10mm Auto Joins Blazer Brass Handgun Ammo Lineup

CCI releases 10mm into its Blazer Brass handgun series. (Photo: CCI)

CCI Ammunition announced Blazer will see a new addition to its pistol ammo lineup in the form of a 180-grain 10mm Auto option.

The full metal jacket opts for brass cases paired with non-corrosive, non-mercuric CCI primers. The combo, according to the company, produces reliable ignition with “consistent ballistics.”

“Shooters who rely on Blazer for high-volume training now have a new quality option: a 180-grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ),” CCI said in a news release. “New Blazer Brass 10mm Auto pushes its 180-grain FMJ bullet for accurate, realistic training.”

CCI says the standard velocity at the muzzle is 1,200 feet-per-second with 575 foot-pounds of energy. It’s worth noting the brass is reloadable for those that want to cut long-term costs by reloading. Blazer brass is also 100-percent American made.

The new 10mm option ships in a 50-count box and retails for just over $20.


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