Blazer ammo is CCI’s brass-cased line of ammunition. Blazer ammo represents the brass line of catridges manufactured at the CCI facility in Lewiston, Idaho. Blazer ammunition should be distinguished from CCI Blazer’s aluminum line of cartridges which feature an aluminum cartridge case instead of the more prevalent brass cartridge case.
Blazer ammo brings shooters quality ammunition that is built to SAAMI specs and manufactured under stringent ISO certified quality systems. Their ammo is boxer-primed in a reloadable brass cartridge case. 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 ammo, and Speer) is owned by ATK (the same company that owns Federal).
Where Blazer Ammo Is Manufactured
Blazer Brass is American-made ammo. It is produced in CCI’s production facility in Lewiston, Idaho along the banks of the Snake river.
Blazer Ammo combines a non-reloadable aluminum case with high value and high performance. It is the perfect practice and training ammunition. This ammunition is new production and non-corrosive. blazer ammo
Made In United States of America
Quantity – 50 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer – GECO Ammunition
Bullet – 230 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casing – Boxer-primed brass
|Caliber||45 ACP AUTO AMMO|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket|
|Muzzle Velocity||853 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||371 ft. lbs|
|Ammo Rating||Target, Training, & Practice 45 ACP Aut|