50 Rounds of 230gr FMJ .45 ACP Ammo by Blazer
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You might tell people you own a .45 ACP because there’s no such thing as a .46, but reality is you own it because you want a gun with one-shot stopping power and bold, brash performance. The .45 ACP has a stellar reputation for power; in fact, even with target rounds the cartridge is big enough to cause a devastating wound channel, leading to a catastrophic drop in blood pressure and severe shock. There’s nothing small or shy about the .45 ACP, and that’s the way you like it. And because you own a seriously tough gun, you put in serious range time, because you’re determined to be as powerful and compelling as the gun you favor.
At 230 grain this is a heavy round, so it packs an even greater punch. These are FMJ’s, so they don’t expand on impact and may over-penetrate, so when you train you need to be confident in your backstop. These rounds are a fantastic choice for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. They’re from CCI’s Blazer Brass line, so they’re made with new-production brass cases with small pistol boxer primers, so they can be reloaded (must be reloaded with small pistol primers); they’re also non-corrosive, which extends the life of your gun’s barrel. There are 50 target rounds in this box, so you can easily drop it in your range bag as you head out the door. They have a muzzle velocity of 830 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 352 foot-pounds, making them quick, hard-hitting target rounds, and just right for your .45 ACP.
These Blazer Brass rounds are manufactured by CCI, a renowned company founded in 1951 by Richard Speer, a Boeing machinist. Their plant is located in Lewiston, Idaho, and for more than sixty years they’ve been manufacturing ammunition to high standards. It isn’t just their finished products in general that are popular, though, their primers are so superior they’re favored by many in the industry and used in ammunition outside the company. CCI is a true pillar of excellence in the firearms world, and if you want to keep your .45 ACP well-fed and train with quality American-made ammunition, this is your chance.