BLAZER-380-ACP AMMO

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The .380 ACP cartridge was derived from Browning’s earlier .38 ACP design, which was only marginally more powerful. The .380 ACP was designed to be truly rimless, and headspaces on the case mouth instead of the rim for better accuracy. These relatively low-powered designs were intended for blowback pistols which lacked a barrel locking mechanism, which is often required for any handgun firing a round more powerful than a .380. Using blowback operation, the design can be simplified, and lowered in cost; a locking mechanism is unnecessary since the mass of the slide and strength of the recoil spring is enough to absorb the recoil energy of the round, due to the round’s relatively low bolt thrust. Blowback operation also permits the barrel to be permanently fixed to the frame, which promotes the accuracy, unlike a traditional short recoil-operation pistol, which requires a “tilting” barrel to unlock the slide and barrel assembly when cycling. A drawback of the blowback system is that it requires a certain amount of slide mass to counter the recoil of the round used. The higher the power of the round, the heavier the slide assembly has to be in order for its inertia to safely absorb the recoil, meaning that BLAZER 500RD is a typical blowback pistol in a given caliber that will be heavier than an equivalent recoil-operated weapon. Blowback weapons can be made in calibers larger than .380 ACP, but the required weight of the slide and strength of the spring makes this an unpopular option. Although the low power of the .380 ACP does not require a locking mechanism, there have been a number of locked-breech pistols chambered in .380 ACP, such as the Remington Model 51, Kel-Tec P3AT, and Glock 42; all three being designed to be lighter than blowback-operated .380 ACP weapons. There have also been some relatively diminutive (blowback-operated) submachine guns.
The .380 ACP (9×17mm) (Automatic Colt Pistol) is a rimless, straight-walled pistol cartridge developed by firearms designer John Moses Browning. The cartridge headspaces on the mouth of the case.[2] It was introduced in 1908 by Colt, for use in its new Colt Model 1908 pocket hammerless semi-automatic, and has been a popular self-defense cartridge ever since, seeing wide use in numerous handguns (typically smaller weapons). Other names for .380 ACP include .380 Auto, 9×17mm, 9mm Browning, 9mm Corto, 9mm Kurz, 9mm Short, BLAZER 500RD, and 9mm Browning Court (which is the C.I.P. designation). It should not be confused with .38 ACP.

SKU Caliber: .380 ACP
Number of Rounds: 500
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Bullet Weight: 95 grain
Muzzle Velocity: 945 ft/s
Primer Location: Centerfire

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The .380 ACP cartridge was derived from Browning’s earlier .38 ACP design, which was only marginally more powerful. The .380 ACP was designed to be truly rimless, and headspaces on the case mouth instead of the rim for better accuracy. These relatively low-powered designs were intended for blowback pistols which lacked a barrel locking mechanism, which is often required for any handgun firing a round more powerful than a .380. Using blowback operation, the design can be simplified, and lowered in cost; a locking mechanism is unnecessary since the mass of the slide and strength of the recoil spring is enough to absorb the recoil energy of the round, due to the round’s relatively low bolt thrust. Blowback operation also permits the barrel to be permanently fixed to the frame, which promotes the accuracy, unlike a traditional short recoil-operation pistol, which requires a “tilting” barrel to unlock the slide and barrel assembly when cycling. A drawback of the blowback system is that it requires a certain amount of slide mass to counter the recoil of the round used. The higher the power of the round, the heavier the slide assembly has to be in order for its inertia to safely absorb the recoil, meaning that BLAZER 500RD is a typical blowback pistol in a given caliber that will be heavier than an equivalent recoil-operated weapon. Blowback weapons can be made in calibers larger than .380 ACP, but the required weight of the slide and strength of the spring makes this an unpopular option. Although the low power of the .380 ACP does not require a locking mechanism, there have been a number of locked-breech pistols chambered in .380 ACP, such as the Remington Model 51, Kel-Tec P3AT, and Glock 42; all three being designed to be lighter than blowback-operated .380 ACP weapons. There have also been some relatively diminutive (blowback-operated) submachine guns. The .380 ACP (9×17mm) (Automatic Colt Pistol) is a rimless, straight-walled pistol cartridge developed by firearms designer John Moses Browning. The cartridge headspaces on the mouth of the case.[2] It was introduced in 1908 by Colt, for use in its new Colt Model 1908 pocket hammerless semi-automatic, and has been a popular self-defense cartridge ever since, seeing wide use in numerous handguns (typically smaller weapons). Other names for .380 ACP include .380 Auto, 9×17mm, 9mm Browning, 9mm Corto, 9mm Kurz, 9mm Short, BLAZER 500RD, and 9mm Browning Court (which is the C.I.P. designation). It should not be confused with .38 ACP. SKU Caliber: .380 ACP Number of Rounds: 500 Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Bullet Weight: 95 grain Muzzle Velocity: 945 ft/s Primer Location: Centerfire
Brand Underwood
Caliber 10mm Auto
Model 648
Bullet Weight 140 Grain
Bullet Type Fragmenting Xtreme Penetrator
Reloadable Yes
Case Type Brass
Rounds Per Box 20 Rounds Per Box
Boxes Per Case 10 Boxes Per Case
Muzzle Energy ft-lbs
Muzzle Velocity 1500 fps
The Shooting Dynamics line offers reliably performing products for every shooting application from plinking to target shooting to hunting. This ammo is loaded in the U.S.A. utilizing Barnes Tipped TSX lead-free bullets, top quality powder, and selected components. Fiocchi’s goal is to make it possible for hunters and riflemen to enjoy volume shooting without emptying their wallets. Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics ammunition offers great quality and consistency for the high-volume shooter and hunter. Loaded with similar grain weights as the Exacta line, this ammunition is perfect for training and practicing with similar results at a much cheaper price. This allows you to shoot, plink, or hunt as much as possible. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer-primed, reloadable brass cases.
Brand Fiocchi
Caliber 357 Magnum
Model FI357GCMJ
Bullet Weight 158 Grain
Bullet type Full Metal Jacket Flat Point
Reloadable Yes
Case Type Brass
Rounds per box 50 Rounds Per Box
Boxes per case 20 Boxes Per Case
Muzzle Energy 548 ft-lbs
Muzzle Velocity 1250 fps
Brand Ammo Inc.
Caliber 380 Auto
Model STREAK 380100TMC -STRK
Bullet Weight 100 Grain
Bullet Type Tracer Full Metal Jacket
Reloadable Yes
Case Type Brass
Rounds Per Box 20 Rounds Per Box
Boxes Per Case 10 Boxes Per Case
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Muzzle Velocity  fps
Streak’s exclusive patented technology allows the shooter to visually see the projectile’s path towards its target. Streak rounds are non-incendiary, they do not generate heat so they are safe to use in environments where traditional tracers are prohibited and can be a serious fire hazard. The results are game-changing in many aspects for the consumer, law enforcement, and military. For indoor range use and nighttime shooting.
Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics ammunition offers great quality and consistency for the high-volume shooter and hunter. Loaded with similar grain weights as the Exacta line, this ammunition is perfect for training and practicing with similar results at a much cheaper price. This allows you to shoot, plink, or hunt as much as possible. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer-primed, reloadable brass cases.   Technical Information
  • Caliber: 44 Remington Magnum
  • Bullet Weight: 200 Grains
  • Bullet Style: Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point
  • Case Type: Brass
Ballistics Information:
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1475 fps
  • Muzzle Energy: 965 ft. lbs.
Brand Norma
Caliber 38 Special
Model 620540050
Bullet Weight 158 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket
Reloadable NO
Case Type Brass
Rounds Per Box  50 Rounds Per Box
Boxes Per Case 20 Boxes Per Case
Muzzle Energy 329 ft-lbs
Muzzle Velocity 968 fps
The Norma Range and Training continues to focus on the everyday shooter. These offerings boast consistency, reliability, and excellent quality control to Norma standards. The Norma line of Range and training FMJ ammunition offers exceptional products that shooters will love.
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500 rounds, 1000 rounds

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500 rounds, 1000 rounds

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500 rounds, 1000 rounds

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500 rounds, 1000 rounds

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500 rounds, 1000 rounds

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500 rounds, 1000 rounds