- Manufacturer SinterFire
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 105gr
- Projectile Type Frangible
- Ammo Use Type Frangible
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 50
- Caliber .40 S&W
- Manufacturer SKU SF40105GL@
- Primer Type Berdan vs. Boxer Primers
- UPC Barcode 856086004018
- Cost Per Round 34.0¢ per round
- Q & A
The 1986 FBI Miami Shootout had an impact on both FBI training and ammunition history. On the day in question a pair of serial bank robbers led a team of FBI agents on a car chase that ended in the streets of Miami. Both bank robbers were shot almost immediately, but kept on fighting. They shot every FBI agent there except one, and two of those agents were killed on the spot. One of the agents, Ben Grogan, was a talented sharpshooter who lost his glasses during the firefight. When the robbers succumbed to their wounds and the battle was over, the FBI decided they needed to arm their agents with more powerful rounds, and four years later the .40 S&W round was born.
These particular .40 S&W rounds are made by Sinterfire. They weigh in at 105 grain each, making them quite lightweight for the cartridge size. Being so lightweight enables them to fly down-range at higher speeds than their heavier counterparts and also keeps felt recoil to a minimum. They’re so light because they’re frangible rounds. Frangible rounds shatter on impact which greatly reduces risk of ricochet: these are Sinterfire Reduced Hazard rounds. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1350 feet per second. They’re great for close-quarters training and steel-plate shooting.
When you place your order for this single box of ammunition you get 50 frangible rounds. With 50 rounds you can get some solid training in whether you’re training in a shoot house or working on shooting off locks. In addition to their obvious benefits these rounds are lead-free, so they help keep the air around you cleaner during firing and also keep your gun cleaner. Sinterfire manufactures ammunition at their factory in Kersey, Pennsylvania, according to high standards. All ammunition undergoes rigorous testing and adheres to strict quality control measures. Place your order now and get serious about your training.
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I've shot these in my tiny KAHR CM 40. This little gun is picky about loads. Sinterfire bullets cycle very nice. 100% r ...
Great in my KAHR CM .40on 3/23/2014
I've shot these in my tiny KAHR CM 40. This little gun is picky about loads. Sinterfire bullets cycle very nice. 100% reliable. These are more reliable then 180grain JHP or Ball I've fired. Bullet will pass though one layer of most any material then is completly upset. Just what I need in an urban setting to avoid hitting a bystander with over penetration.
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