Blazer Brass bullets have a lead core and are made through the electronic plating method. The process is very time-efficient as it allows for massive quantities of projectiles to be formed simultaneously. Once the copper has electronically bonded to the lead cores, the projectiles are then moved to a tumble wash to be cleaned, polished, and prepared for loading.
CCI is an Idaho-based ammunition company that produces the Blazer and Blazer Brass centerfire pistol product lines as well as a selection of well-regarded rimfire hunting and plinking rounds. The company was founded in 1950s by Richard Speer, brother of Speer Bullets founder Vernon Speer. As divisions of Alliant Techsystems, both companies continue to work closely together to develop and produce innovative ammo with top quality components.