6rds - 10mm Auto Glaser Blue Safety Slug 115gr. Ammo

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  • Manufacturer Glaser Safety Slug
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 115 Grain
  • Bullet Type Rifled Slug
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Quantity 6
  • Ammo Caliber 10mm Auto
  • Manufacturer SKU 3400
  • Primer Type Boxer
  • UPC Barcode 097719034006
  • Cost Per Round $1.49/ppr

Glaser Safety Slug 115 Grain Rifled Slug Ammo Details

6 Rounds - 10mm Auto Glaser Blue Safety Slug 115 Grain Ammo



Each round of this Glaser Blue 10mm Auto ammunition is loaded with a 115 grain rifled slug projectile. Featuring a thin-wall jacket and a precision lead core crafted of compressed #12 shot and a soft polymer tip, these unique projectiles easily break apart when contact is made with an interior wall. By dumping excess energy into the wall, this unique bullet design minimizes risk to innocent bystanders and providing an extra margin of safety in densely populated self-defense situations.



Glaser Blue Safety Slugs were originally developed for use by U.S. Sky Marshals who needed a practical load for close quarter air travel. Providing the perfect balance between fragmentation and penetration, Glaser Blue Safety Slugs prevent dangerous ricochet and over penetration in soft tissue, making them an ideal choice for personal protection in apartment complexes, office buildings, and urban settings.



This package contains 6 new production cartridges featuring reloadable brass casings and a round nose profile for smooth and reliable feeding, function, and extraction. Each round produces a muzzle velocity of 1650 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 695 foot pounds. Designed to reduce felt recoil, these unique self-defense rounds deliver dependable accuracy and easy shot-to-shot recovery.


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    posted on by Jay W

    Shot a few and they feed OK with very light recoil from my 1911 10mm commander. Seem accurate enough from the limited test. Too expensive for extensive target practice but it's for inside the home so I don't expect it to be a problem. The first three rounds in the mag at home are Glasers and then regular JHPs.

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