Can you shoot the CCI Blazer Brass ammo out of a standard/factory Glock setup? Thanks
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My Glock ate whatever I put in it. I like the Blazer (wish I had some). PPU is the only "bad" handgun ammo I have used (so far), nasty dirty filthy stuff, but still works.
MAC trained killer
Short answer ... Yes.
Yes- why not? Standard jacketed bullet, standard brass cartridge case.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.
C3, being the newbie that I am to the glock I have hear so many stories about different ammo that you cant shoot out of a glock that I am totally confused!!!!!
Reloads are what people generally say not to shoot if anything
Hell I forgot theyll even run steel cased Tul ammo fine
Every gun maker out there disclaims reloaded ammo- that is their lawyers talking.
Glocks (as he said right up there) use a different style of rifling. They should not fire unjacketed lead bullets. But the Blazer is a jacketed bullet.
Left to right- lead bullet (truncated cone) jacketed lead bullet, jacketed lead hollow point bullet. All 3 are 9mm Parabellum.