Ammo question

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by jcd390, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. jcd390

    jcd390 New Member

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    Can you shoot the CCI Blazer Brass ammo out of a standard/factory Glock setup? Thanks
     
  2. thdrduck

    thdrduck New Member

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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.
     

  3. csaw44

    csaw44 New Member

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    Short answer ... Yes.
     
  4. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes- why not? Standard jacketed bullet, standard brass cartridge case.
     
  5. jcd390

    jcd390 New Member

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    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!!!!!
     
  6. mdauben

    mdauben New Member

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    The only thing you particularly have to avoid with Glocks is unjacketed lead bullets. The hexagonal rifling in stock Glock barrels does not work well with lead.
     
  7. vincent

    vincent New Member

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    Yup...I have 5K+ through both of mine...not one hiccup...

    Inexpensive practice ammo, go nuts young Padawan, go nuts...:cool:
     
  8. GlockRenegade

    GlockRenegade New Member

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    Reloads are what people generally say not to shoot if anything
     
  9. GlockRenegade

    GlockRenegade New Member

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    Hell I forgot theyll even run steel cased Tul ammo fine
     
  10. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    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.

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    Left to right- lead bullet (truncated cone) jacketed lead bullet, jacketed lead hollow point bullet. All 3 are 9mm Parabellum.