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Blazer 9MM 350 rounds comes in a plastic ammo carrier 65 bucks.
Blazer .380 200 rounds comes in a plastic ammo carrier 65 bucks.

I've shot a few boxes of Blazer ammo here and there but I have never bought it in quanities. I don't recall anything really bad are good about it. Will it be a decent practice ammo and is this a pretty good price? I know I can always use the plastic ammo cans.
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Its good practice ammo...
 

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Blazer is high quality practice ammo. Never had any ammo-based issues with it.

That's a great price on the 9mm. Where are you getting it?
 

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Considering individually that's about as low as you're going to get for 9mm pricing, even if they end up sucking you're not out much. The only practice ammo I stay away from is Federal Aluminum and Aguila (very hot practice ammo, but I can't get any of my guns to like the stuff). Blazer hasn't failed me at least.
 

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I've used blazer brass when the are on sale. Also I like Fioche made for the European market. They are loaded warmer than some U.S. made-cartridges. On my EDC, I stuff them with Underwoods or Federal HSTs.
 

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Thanks you guys. I'll take advantage of the sale.
 
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