Blazer Brass ammunition is an economical, good quality target round from CCI. Blazer Brass uses bullets with less expensive total metal jacket plating that covers the lead base and offers reduced lead exposure. The primary disadvantage of this method is that it renders the bullet incompatible with ported barrels used in competition guns, largely a non-issue in .380 Auto.
Cascade Cartridges, Inc., a division of Alliant Techsystems and a sister company of renowned ammo maker Speer, has produced ammunition since the 1950s. The company’s most notable products are its high-end rimfire cartridges, its Blazer and Blazer Brass range ammunition, and its primers, which often see use in other manufacturers’ ammo due to their reliability. CCI is based in Lewiston, Idaho.