The .380 ACP was designed in 1908 by John Browning, the same designer who has brought the firearms world a large number of popular cartridges. Perhaps one of the cartridge’s most famous moments was during World War II when German officers carried it in their Walther PPK’s, or maybe when it became the caliber of choice for Defense Distributed’s 3-D printed firearm. You have a .380 ACP because you want an easily concealable handgun, and you’re a high-volume shooter because you understand the value of focused training time. Blazer knows you’re serious about shooting, and with this 1000 round box of target rounds, you’ll be set for some great range trips.
Blazer Brass is under the umbrella of the Cascade Cartridges, Inc., which is mostly known by its initials: CCI. CCI was founded in 1951 by Richard Speer, a Boeing machinist, and from its humble beginnings on property that started its life as a chicken farm the company has become a powerhouse in the world of ammunition manufacturing. For more than sixty years they’ve been producing first-class ammunition at the original property in Lewiston, Idaho, and if the many fans of the company get their way, CCI will be around for the next sixty as well.
At 95 grain these are pretty lightweight rounds, which helps to keep your recoil at a minimum and also increases speed. These rounds have a muzzle velocity of 945 feet per second and muzzle energy of 188 foot-pounds. They’re FMJ’s, best for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. One important part of being a high-volume shooter is making sure you use ammunition designed to be non-corrosive, which is easier on your gun’s barrel. These are new production, non-corrosive, brass-cased rounds with boxer primer, so you can reload, and they’re good quality, so your gun will be cleaner than with many other brands. Get your order in for this 1000-round case of .380 ACP target rounds.