Is Blazer 9mm Brass any good?
Is Blazer Brass Good For Reloading? Yes. If you are looking for reloadable brass cases because you have a do it yourself mentality, and at the same time want to save some money, you’ll be glad to know that Blazer Brass 9mm ammo is a great choice for your reloading hobby.
Is Blazer a good brand of ammo?
Over the past few decades, CCI Blazer loads have earned an excellent reputation for reliability. This is a credible training load with much to recommend.
Who makes Blazer 9mm ammo?
Blazer Brass loads are very similar to Speer Lawman ammunition which is predominantly used by the law enforcement community for range training. The CCI plant which produces several brands (CCI, Blazer, Blazer Brass, and Speer) is owned by ATK (the same company that owns Federal).
Where are Blazer bullets made?
Blazer ammo is produced in CCI’s production facility in Lewiston, Idaho along the banks of the Snake river.
Is brass or aluminum ammo better?
Hollow-point ammo with brass or nickel-plated brass casings are designed better and are more reliable for that use. You don’t want to take chances when people’s lives are on the line. With all that said, if you want to get some shooting range time in, aluminum bullets are a great way to go.
What size crimp for a 9mm?
A tapered crimp should be applied to the 9mm. The mouth of the loaded case should measure about .377″ – 378″. It depends on how tight the barrel chamber is and if you are shooting more than 1 gun as it can vary. An ammo checker can be used to verify proper fit or you can do a plunk test with your barrel.
How good is 9mm Blazer brass ammo?
So let’s look at that ballistic power through the lens of three different grain bullets of 9mm Blazer Brass ammo. As you can see the 124-grain full metal jacket round has slightly less muzzle velocity and more muzzle energy and is a perfect balance for either plinking and target practice ammunition or your self-defense 9mm go-to choice.
What kind of ammo is CCI Blazer 9mm Luger?
Enter CCI Blazer Brass 9mm Luger ammo. This American-made ammunition, built to SAAMI standards (Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute), is brass-cased, with a bullet that is plated much like total metal jacket (TMJ) bullets.
Which Ammo should have a taper crimp on it?
All semi-auto pistol and rifle ammo should have a taper crimp. Rifle ammo for semi-auto and full-auto forearms should be loaded using what RCBS calls “small-base dies”, which properly sizes the case down to the case head for consistent reliability/chambering/feeding through magazines.