100 Rounds of 180gr FMJ .40 S&W Ammo by Fiocchi Canned Heat
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The .40 S&W was the result of a joint endeavor between Smith and Wesson and Winchester following the 1986 FBI Miami shootout. It took four years to come up with a cartridge that would be the perfect middle ground between the 9mm and the 10mm, but the wait was well worth it. The .40 S&W has almost identical drift, drop, and accuracy when compared to the 9mm, but it has superior stopping power more like that of its parent cartridge, the 10mm. It’s quite literally the sweet spot of the handgun cartridge world, and even though it’s only been around since 1990, it has quite a few fans. If you own a .40 S&W you understand the addictive quality of its power and performance – and you probably need some ammo.
These are heavyweight rounds at 180 grain, but they’re still light enough to fly to your target fast. This is FMJ ammunition, meaning it won’t expand on impact but simply penetrates and keeps going – just like all target ammunition – so a solid backstop is a must. Each round travels towards your stationary target at a muzzle velocity of 1000 feet per second and slams home with a muzzle energy of 399 foot-pounds. This ammunition is terrific for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking, and because it’s made in virgin brass cases with boxer primer, it can be reloaded.
You get 100 target rounds in this can of ammo from Fiocchi. Fiocchi has been in business since 1876 – that’s almost 150 years – and over the years their products just keeping getting better. Ammunition is manufactured in two places: their headquarters, which are based in Lecco, Italy, and in Ozark, Missouri, where production takes place for distribution here in the United States. When the demand for ammunition is too great here in the U.S., extra stock is shipped in from Italy, but otherwise it’s made right here. Isn’t it time you took your .40 S&W to the range? Place your order today for this 100-round can and load your gun. You can never have too much range time or too much ammo; get to it!