500 Rounds of 180gr JHP .40 S&W Ammo by Winchester
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You carry concealed because you value your Second Amendment rights and want to keep yourself – and your loves ones – safe. Making the decision to concealed carry is a monumental one, and it’s a serious responsibility. Carrying a firearm for personal protection means you should – must – be a proficient shooter, and capable of cool thinking under pressure. And in order to be truly proficient, you’re going to have to fire more than a few rounds through your daily carry weapon. Better yet if those rounds you train with include a decent number of defense rounds, because the ammunition you carry for self-defense have greater power than target rounds, so you need to be accustomed to them before a life-or-death scenario presents itself.
You get 500 defense rounds when you place an order for this box of Winchester Ranger rounds. They’re 180 grain, making them heavy for the .40 S&W, which means they’re capable of greater impact. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun with impressive muzzle velocity at 1010 feet per second and slams into your target with muzzle energy at 408 foot-pounds. These are Jacketed Hollow Points; they begin to expand immediately on impact while their jacketing controls expansion for deeper penetration and a more catastrophic wound track. They also decelerate as they expand to prevent over-penetration, which protects innocent bystanders. These rounds are made in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, so you can reload.
Winchester was founded in 1866 by Oliver Winchester who immediately set about improving upon the rather less-than-perfect blueprints for lever-action guns. Then he came out with the Model 1866, which was the first in a series of guns that led to the company’s early fame and permanent place in firearms history. For more than 150 years Winchester has been producing firearms and ammunition to fill the needs of shooters everywhere, in fact, your father and your father’s father – and so on – probably turned to the Winchester name time and again. All ammunition is made in America to stringent standards. Place your order today to become a better marksman and to protect yourself and your family.