- Manufacturer Remington
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 165gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass
- Q & A
The .40 S&W is a fantastic self-defense cartridge. One important reason is that it possesses terrific knockdown power without the greater felt recoil of its parent cartridge, the 10mm. Also, it’s capable of producing hydrostatic shock, which is when a traumatic wound causes such catastrophic loss of vital fluids other than blood that it permanently incapacitates a human-size living target. And even with its greater power it manages to retain almost the exact same drift, drop, and accuracy as the smaller 9mm cartridge. Many consider the .40 S&W the ideal cartridge for law enforcement and it’s also used by Delta Force operators.
These are fairly heavy rounds at 165 grain, so they’re going to put some serious holes in your stationary targets. They’re Metal Case rounds, which are just like Full Metal Jacket rounds; they don’t expand on impact and are prone to over-penetrating, so you need to have a good backstop in place during range time. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun with excellent speed at a muzzle velocity of 1150 feet per second and makes its points with serious force at a muzzle energy of 485 foot-pounds. This ammunition is ideal for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking.
There are 500 targets rounds in this box of ammunition from Remington, so if you want to spend some focused training time with your .40 S&W, this’ll get you there. Remington has been manufacturing ammunition since 1816, and in the last two hundred years they’ve learned a few things. They only use high quality components in their ammunition and all their products go through strict quality control measures as well as rigorous testing. Remington has six plants, and each has a specific job; ammunition is produced at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Isn’t it time your .40 S&W had a good American meal? Order now.
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