500 Rounds of 180gr MC .40 S&W Ammo by Remington
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200 years ago a young man by the name of Eliphalet Remington decided to make a better flintlock rifle. First he created the design and then, using his father’s forge, he built it. Eager to try it out he entered a local competition with it, and he won second place. Although Eliphalet had hoped for a first place win, second was still impressive for his custom-built rifle, and the people who had witnessed its performance immediately began placing orders. Eliphalet was faced with two choices: say no and be done, or open a firearms company. And so, in 1816, he opted to become a gunsmith, founding Eliphalet Remington and Sons, which we now know as Remington.
With 200 years of innovation and production behind them, Remington has created more than a few superior products. This .40 S&W ammunition is a heavy 180 grain, giving it extra knockdown power. It’s Metal Case, which is essentially the same as Full Metal Jacket; it doesn’t expand on impact and it tends to over-penetrate, so you need a good backstop. It’s fantastic target ammunition and can be used for target practice, shooting drills, tactical training, and those times all you really want to do is blow away some pop cans. Each round has excellent speed with a muzzle velocity of 990 feet per second and punches into your target with a muzzle energy of 392 foot-pounds. This is new production brass-cased ammunition with boxer primer, so you can reload it; basically you can shoot and reload to your heart’s content.
There are 500 target rounds in this box of ammo. That’s enough to keep your gun happy for some serious range time and it’s also a good amount for increasing your personal stash. Every gun owner should have a stash because you never know when you’ll want to go shooting, and you don’t want to always have to run to the gun store first, not to mention you shouldn’t assume the store will have your favorite Remington rounds in stock. Remington produces this ammunition at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Whether you’re training for competition, expecting a zombie apocalypse, or working to become a proficient self-defense shooter, these MC rounds fit the bill (or, rather, the magazine).