Blazer loads these rounds’ aluminum cases with non-corrosive Berdan primers. They will still function fine in your firearm – they’re just a little cheaper to manufacture, and also serve to deter people from reloading aluminum cases (which lack the elasticity to return to their original dimensions once fired).
Blazer selected the proven 115 grain full metal jacket bullet for this training ammo. Its a solid lead core with a copper alloy jacket, and no steel that could draw a magnet. The bullet’s sleek exterior and round nose both enhance smoother feeding, and its supersonic muzzle velocity translates to a flat trajectory preceded by very manageable recoil.
Blazer Ammunition allows high-volume shooters a safer, more cost-effective way to enjoy their pastime. Their ammunition nearly eliminates all lead and other heavy-metal exposure, making it a better option for indoor use. Blazer protects both your bank account and health.
9mm is also known and listed as 9x19mm, 9mm Parabellum, 9mm Para, 9mm NATO and 9mm Luger.