- Manufacturer Wolf
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 180gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 500
- Caliber .40 S&W
- Primer Type Boxer
- Q & A
Shooting .40’s is a satisfying experience, but it can also get expensive. With Wolf .40 S&W 180 grain FMJ ammunition, you get the best of both worlds: range time and money left over. Wolf is a part of Tula, which is a major ammunition manufacturer in Russia. And if there’s one thing Tula knows, it’s how to produce good quality target ammunition at affordable prices. For three centuries they’ve been producing ammunition for their law enforcement and military, and now you, too, can benefit from 300 years of experience.
Wolf uses a unique process to create affordable target rounds. Incredibly thin layers of copper and steel are alternately layered to create the jacket, because that’s where the greatest cost tends to come into play. These are bi-metal steel cases with boxer priming. They’re also non-corrosive, which means there is less friction to your gun’s barrel. And because they’re FMJ, they’re ideal for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. They penetrate without expanding, which is precisely what you want from a target round.
These rounds leave your muzzle with a velocity of 990 feet per second and have a muzzle energy of 390 foot-pounds. If you’re looking to put some hours in at the range without breaking the bank, these rounds will keep your .40 caliber handgun fed. There are 500 rounds in the box, and you’ll burn through those in no time. Whatever you’re training for – a self-defense scenario, competition, law enforcement, or just for fun – you’ll get good value out of these Wolf rounds. Place your order now so you can be fully prepared when the time comes to put your skills to use.
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