1000 Rounds of 165gr TMJ .40 S&W Ammo by Speer
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Vernon Speer founded Speer Bullets in 1944, and his ingenuity and willingness to take risks built the company that is so successful and relied upon today. He spent his early years in the Navy, and when he was 21, his interest in aviation led him to build a new aircraft engine. And when doubt was expressed in its usability, Vernon Speer simply climbed into the plane and took off. The engine was a success, and he proved it by being willing to take a risk. In 1968, Speer came up with their Lawman ammunition. For more than 35 years now Speer Lawman has been the epitome of their dedication to quality and performance.
CCI primers are used in these rounds along with clean-burning propellants. Speer markets this ammunition as comparable in velocity and energy to its Gold Dot defense rounds, a claim supported by shooters who have used both. By making target rounds that give shooters an experience similar to that of the company’s favored defense rounds, they make it possible for self-defense shooters to practice at more affordable prices. The ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, and made with fresh brass cases and boxer primer, so shooters can reload.
You count on your .40 S&W to move fast and hit hard, and that’s exactly what this Speer Lawman ammunition does. It has a muzzle velocity of 1,150 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 484 foot-pounds, and according to Speer’s data, that does replicate the power of their Gold Dot rounds in this same caliber. Of course, because these are TMJ rounds, they’re meant for target practice and tactical training; if you carry your handgun for personal protection, these rounds are a fantastic option for self-defense training. There are 1,000 rounds in the box, so you can put in serious, focused time at the range. Don’t practice for your self-defense needs with just any ammunition, use Speer Lawman.