- Manufacturer BVAC
- Condition Remanufactured
- Weight 180gr
- Projectile Type CPHP
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 250
- Caliber .40 S&W
- Manufacturer SKU BV40-3RVP250
- Primer Type Boxer
- UPC Barcode 811984011476
- Cost Per Round 32.8¢ to 34.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Carrying a handgun for protection is a serious responsibility and there are many factors to take into consideration when you decide to do so. Aside from choosing things like method of carry, which leads to holsters, and, of course, which gun you want to carry in the first place, you need to consider the full implications of self-defense. If you’re going to carry a firearm you should be both safe and proficient in its use. No, you don’t need to be a perfect shot, but you should be a capable shot, able to take down an assailant without putting innocent bystanders at risk. That also means carrying the right ammunition, because defense rounds decelerate on impact, preventing over-penetration, whereas target rounds are prone to over-penetration and could injure an innocent person.
These BVAC rounds are a good option if you carry a .40 S&W. At 180 grain they’re heavyweight rounds for the cartridge size, and being heavier means they’re able to impact targets with greater force, delivering greater stopping power and inflicting a more serious wound. These are Copper-Plated Hollow Point rounds; the CP means they fire more cleanly while the HP means they deliver rapid energy transfer, expanding on impact and creating a devastating wound cavity. The goal of self-defense is to halt an attacker as quickly as possible in order to save your life or the lives of others. This ammunition is designed by BVAC with self-defense in mind.
When you order this box of ammunition from BVAC you get 5 boxes of 50 rounds each for a grand total of 250 defense rounds. If that seems like a large number of defense rounds it really isn’t. One of your other responsibilities as someone who conceal carries is that you need to practice with your chosen defense rounds, because they produce more felt recoil than target rounds. That means the only way to be sure of accuracy and placement is through practice. With this box of defense rounds you have enough ammo to keep your gun and spare magazine loaded and ready and can use the remaining rounds to train. BVAC manufactures ammunition at their factory in Montana. Order now and train like you may one day be forced to fight.
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