CCI Blazer Brass ammunition is a high quality, reasonably
priced product ideal for range use. The copper plating on these 115-grain 9mm
Luger bullets covers the base of the bullet, making them safer for indoor
ranges where airborne lead can pose a hazard. CCI’s plating is less expensive
than a FMJ bullet and offers no major disadvantages except in ported barrels,
which can shear the plating.
Each box contains 50 rounds of ammunition. Unlike standard Blazer ammo, Blazer Brass uses reloadable brass cases.
Muzzle velocity of this standard pressure 9mm Parabellum loading
is an above-average 1145 fps, made possible by the light 115-grain round.
CCI of Lewiston, Idaho is one of the top ammunition makers
in the country. The company is a subsidiary of Alliant Techsystems and produces
well-regarded centerfire and rimfire pistol rounds using its own primers and
bullets from its sister company, Speer Ammo.