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.357 Blazer Brass Ammo

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by rc135, Apr 28, 2007.

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  1. rc135

    rc135 Member

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    Bought some for the first time t'other day, because it was on sale, and because the "brass" word caught my interest -- I had thought that all Blazer ammo had aluminum casings. It fired well, no problems at all, and it was hot!

    What's your opinion of BBA?

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    Blazer Brass has, to the best of my knowledge, the same powder and bullets as aluminum cased Blazer, but it has reloadable brass cases. My experience with shooting and reloading them has always been positive, with no issues. They use CCI primers, which are what I use in my reloads, and I've never had any problems.

    Cheap, brass-cased ammo, made in the US? What's not to like? Even Wolf steel cased stuff is only about $0.50 more per box from Natchez (or it was a few weeks ago when I got a lot of Blazer Brass on sale.), so that's fine with me.
     
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    It is my prefered .357 ammo. It is clean and inexpensive. I don't like the aluminum case ammo. also try the Speer lawman.
     
  4. yongxingfreesty

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    ive only used alum case blazer brass in 357mag. no problems for me or any of the semi autos.
     
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