Blazer 40 S&W 155 Grain FMJ
The .40 Smith & Wesson was introduced in 1990 as a “short” version of the 10mm Auto which was quickly adopted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to replace the then service 9mm Luger. For the following three decades, the .40 was the primary law enforcement sidearm caliber, and though it has been phased out of primary service by updated 9mm, it remains a popular choice with individual officers as well as private and competitive sportsmen. The 155 grain full metal jacket round by CCI has a muzzle velocity of 1175 feet per second with 475 foot-pounds of energy. This is a range training and target shooting round that closely approximates the performance, and recoil, of service and defense ammunition in the field.
Cascade Cartridge Inc. (CCI) was founded in 1963 and continues to be well known for its quality rimfire cartridges. That quality is extended to their Blazer line of range ammunition. Though the Blazer line is designed to be affordable to keep training time maximized, it does not cut corners in performance: the aluminum cases are not reloadable but are worthy of carrying the CCI brand name.
|Rounds Per Box||50|
|Boxes Per Case||20|