Blazer Ammunition Ballistics and Resources
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Blazer Brass Ammunition
- Blazer Brass – 9mm Luger, 115 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 9mm Luger, 124 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 9mm Luger, 147 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 40 S&W, 165 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 40 S&W, 180 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 45 Auto, 230 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 30 Super Carry, 115 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 38 Special, 125 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 380 Auto, 95 Grain
- Blazer Brass – 357 Magnum, 158 Grain
Blazer Aluminum Ammunition
- Blazer Aluminum – 9mm Luger, 115 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 38 Special, 158 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 38 Special +P, 125 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 38 Special +P, 158 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 44 Special, 200 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 357 Magnum, 158 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 45 Auto, 230 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 45 Colt, 200 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 380 Auto, 95 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 10mm Auto, 200 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 44 Rem Magnum, 240 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 9mm Makarov, 95 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 25 Auto, 50 Grain
- Blazer Aluminum – 32 Auto, 71 Grain
Blazer Clean Fire Ammunition
About Blazer Ammunition
Introduced by CCI (Cascade Cartridges, Inc.) in the late 1980s, Blazer Ammunition was initially developed as a solution to address the rising costs of centerfire ammunition.
Blazer Ammo's primary goal was to offer shooters a high-quality, cost-effective option for target shooting, training, and practice by utilizing non-reloadable aluminum cases instead of brass.
This resulted in Blazer Ammo significantly reducing production costs while maintaining consistent performance.
In 1981, CCI introduced their first Blazer aluminum-cased ammunition featuring CCI's renowned primers and bullets, ensuring reliability and accuracy.
The lightweight and non-corrosive properties of the aluminum cases made Blazer Ammunition an appealing choice for shooters who wanted to shoot more without breaking the bank.
Over the years, Blazer Ammo expanded into various calibers and configurations, including handgun ammunition in popular choices like 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP, as well as some rifle calibers.
In 2015, Vista Outdoor Inc., the parent company of Federal Premium Ammunition and CCI, acquired ATK, bringing Blazer Ammunition further into the Vista Outdoor family of companies.
Today, Blazer Ammunition remains a popular choice for recreational, competitive, and firearm enthusiasts.
Its cost-effectiveness, reliability, and availability in a wide range of calibers and bullet types make it an attractive option for shooters seeking high-quality ammunition that won't break the bank.