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COMING SOON – New Ammunition Rebates – check back starting 12/6/18 to apply. Purchase dates starting 12/3/18 will be honored. Load Your Handgun and Your Wallet rebate, Promo # R10005. Up to $400 back on your favorite handgun ammunition brands.

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SKU: 8727
UPC: 076683052001
MFR#: 5200

- Caliber: 9mm
- Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Round Nose
- Bullet Weight: 115 GR
- Muzzle Energy: 323 ft. lbs.
- Muzzle Velocity: 1145 fps
- Rounds per Box: 50
- Boxes per Case: 20
- Application: Performance/Protection
- Casing Material: Brass

Blazer Brass brings shooters the reliability and quality of ammunition built to SAAMI standards, and is backed by stringent ISO certified quality systems. Blazer Brass is loaded in reloadable brass cases for added value. Standard Boxer-type primers and primer pockets mean you can reload Blazer Brass cases just like any other case. Blazer Brass is loaded with a protected-base FMJ bullet. CCI primers insure reliable ignition, and CCI load with clean-burning propellants.

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Rebates for Federal brand

Exp. date: 31.05.2021
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Ammo is coming back boys.
Just have to curb the sight to actually go out and buy right now.
Personal friends that have ties to ammo facility for commercial sales are saying production is coming back. It's just that scalpers buy by the pallets and buy the ammo up to gouge.

Keep waiting. It'll come around.

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Who are these idiots that are giving a thumbs up to ammo that is prices 7x more expensive than it should be. Must be most of the new gun owners and democrats that suck at math just like thinking socialism works. Just like every other ammo shortage if you don’t buy it an inflated prices they will come down. Many online sellers are starting to drop prices since less people are buying. Wait longer and remember who these garbage companies are. When the dust settles hopefully enough gun owners stick together and they go out of business. In short, if you are buying ammo at these prices you are a cuck. Give your wives my phone number.

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Buying 9MM practice ammo at my local gun range for $19.99 a box of 50 all day long. Dang, 36 bucks a boxes, looks like someone is copying the CDNN business model of gouging the crap out people.

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PSA is really lengthening the rope they're trying to hang themselves with. For so long they said they wanted great prices to get as many firearms to people and they've been some of the worst gougers during Covid and the Dems winning. People will remember this.

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Agreed, CDNN used to have good deals. Now, not so much.

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$15.95 exact same thing at local Academy sports on 4/2/21. But hey it’s cheaper when you want it than when you need it.

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Waaaah wahh waaaahh... price gouging??!! Rip offs?!?!?

What do you idiots expect... y’all are the ones buying out the shelves... supply and demand lol

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Uh...We clearly are *not* buying it, since many of us are literally saying things like "lol no way am I buying this at this price".

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Rip off. I paid $10. I’ll pass

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First guy paid 20 next paid 16 this guy paid 10 shit I pay $2 a box while where at it.. fact of the matter is it’s not even being manufactured at $10 a box

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Bullshit

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Price gouging either by manufacturers and/or retailers. Happens on a routine basis every time Dems threaten gun control legislation, there is political unrest, violent protests, etc.

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i just paid .35 rd for 250 i thought that was too much haha

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Woohoo! Less than a dollar a round!

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I wish CCI, Federal and other ammo makers would “sell direct” and put an end to this price gouging. Hodgdon did this in October with all of their powders which they now sell to the public.

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How is this a deal again?

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Fail to see how doubling normal cost off ammo is a deal?

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Trippling.

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Quadrupling

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Quadrupling

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For 1k rnds: Shipping $26.00, Tax $44.70

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Tampa Gun Store - price per 500 rounds makes ppr
$.21

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PSA charges tax if you are in NV

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Yeah I was shocked when I went to place an order this morning..

It's just too bad.

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Anyone have experience using this brand? Is it any good?

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No problems whatsoever. It is however on the dirty side, especially if you’re use to reloading.

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Been using blazer brass for a while, no problems at all.

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My last order from PSA they shipped exposed ammo...meaning they didn't use a over-box. That's asking for trouble IMO.

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That's how my last order came too. Exposed isn't the problem. The issue is a single layer of cardboard holding all that weight together across the country. My box was pretty soft upon arrival.

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Either way it’ll have an ORM-D tag. You have your porch on video.

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Put 80 boxes in cart. I went to checkout and added tax. Ordered tons from PSA in past. Guess I’ll have to find someone else to order from. And yes I know why they are charging tax now.

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Ordered 20 boxes (a 1k round case). Instead of submitting each box for a rebate, I was able to use the box and UPC that the 20 individual boxes were shipped in since PSA just mailed the Blazer Brass case. Snapped the pics, "printed" the PSA invoice as a .pdf, and uploaded all to the rebate. Painless.

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Im buying 200rd federal brass 115g for 18c out the door at Walmart. No rebate BS. Just FYI.

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10 week since I submitted rebate for some 22lr. Ill get it for sure but its not coming fast.

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I got some .223 black box at Christmas time & the rebate took about 7-9 weeks. It beats paying full price though

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Wondering why you thought it was a good idea to inform us that you went somewhere and paid MORE then the posting. And not quite sure why some are against the rebates. This is the time I wait for to buy my ammo...and I buy thousands and thousands of rounds. Love the rebates. Cheapest ammo of the year. I got 9mm for .14/rd with rebate, .22lr HP for .02/rd (and that's not including the deals I got on .40, .45, .380, .223, and 5.56). So you paid $8 more for your 200 rds That's a good thing?. And if you buy 1000rds, you would pay $40 more at Walmart. So, I'm wondering why you think bragging that you paid more was a good idea. Back to the rebates.........old snail mail took 4-6 months to get the money, now online submission has cut that to 2 months and it only takes a few minutes to submit. No BS....very easy.

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wondering why you thought to post a diatribe about your "deals" too. You can spend a dollar trying to save a dime. Time is money. Rebates are taking 3 months. Some folks might like to know that Walmart prices are competitive. lol.

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If you are going to buy 20 boxes to get free shipping for the 1k rounds. Just buy from brownells. It’s a little cheaper for same amount of rounds.

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Do you have free shipping on 10 boxes?

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That's all well and good if I want to buy a case. Of course, if I were going to do that, I'd buy from Target Sports USA, which has free shipping on cases. If I want less than a case, it comes out way more than $1.25 a box.

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Please check your private messages.

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$17 to ship 8 boxes to Minnesota. Hardly a deal with shipping factored in.

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I just checked shipping price for a case to MN. It breaks down to about $1.25 box, or $11.14/box shipped.

Unfortunately, shipping is an evil that we have to deal with in online sales. The costs continue to rise.

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Do a free shipping deal and actually have the stuff you advertise and I might junp in.

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Add free shipping for ammo and I'm jumping all over it, LOL :)

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out of stock

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This is an astonishingly bad deal. 28 cents per round for blazer brass? You can get it for 23 CPR from Selway and a number of other places, or comparable products for even cheaper.

http://www.selwayarmory.com/cciblazerbrass9mmluger115grfullmetaljacket-b...

Ok, now it's 26 CPR. A better price than what they'd originally listed, but I can still get it for less, even after shipping, from any of a number of places. Selway was 26.5 cpr shipped. Trop was 26 CPR shipped. This is the problem with dealer-submitted deals. In my opinion, if a dealer wants to submit a "deal," then it needs to be a better deal than we would otherwise find. Not a typical price for the item. 26 CPR is a typical price for this item. Not overpriced, but not a deal either.

http://www.selwayarmory.com/cciblazerbrass9mmluger115grfullmetaljacket-b... -- 23 CPR
https://ammogals.com/index.php/cci-blazer-brass-9mm-115-fmj-50-1001.html 23.5 CPR
http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/ammunition/handgun-ammunition/9... -- 24 CPR
http://shop.tropgun.com/servlet/-strse-908/CCI%2CAMMO%2C9MM%2CBLAZER%2CB... -- 24 CPR

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In stock for $11.99 now. I don't see how you get free shipping, was that a special deal?

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It was for $12.99 a box and free shipping. They just bumped it to $14.99.
Glad I got my case for $12.99!!!!

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Is this really a good price?

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