500 Rounds of 180gr FMJ .40 S&W Ammo by Winchester
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In 1848, a designer by the name of Walter Hunt patented the “Volition Repeating Rifle,” which had a tubular magazine, two levers, and complex linkages. The rifle fired an early type of caseless ammunition Hunt called a “Rocket Ball.” That first version was literally fragile and unusable, and it took years and multiple design improvements before it reached the hands of Oliver Winchester. Winchester’s Model 1866, which had the nickname of “Yellow Boy,” was chambered for rimfire .44 Henry and far more rugged and durable than its predecessors. Its lever-action allowed shooters to fire multiple rounds before reloading, hence the name repeating rifle, and with it came Winchester’s first big success.
Today, Winchester has been around for 150 years, manufacturing firearms and ammunition to high standards for multiple generations of shooters. All production has always taken place in America under the watchful eyes of the Winchester team; when you buy their ammunition, you can be sure you’re getting quality. This particular ammunition is from Winchester’s Ranger line, and is designed for exceptional performance, versatility, and accuracy. It’s also reduced-lead ammunition, which is good for you and your gun, protecting your lungs for excessive airborne lead particles and helping to keep your gun cleaner while also extending the life of internal parts.
180 grain makes these rounds relatively heavy, so they’re capable of delivering a harder hit. They’re Full Metal Jacket rounds designed with your training needs in mind; FMJ is great for target practice, shooting and tactical drills, and those times you just want to do some plinking. There’s nothing more important than getting in dedicated training with your firearms, and in order to do that you need a substantial number of rounds. There are 500 target rounds in this box from Winchester, so you can focus on training, and because they’re virgin brass cases with boxer primer, they can be reloaded for even more training time. These rounds fly from the barrel of your .40 with a muzzle velocity of 1020 feet per second and hit with a good, solid muzzle energy of 416 foot-pounds. Don’t delay training time; order now.