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1000 Rounds of .40 S&W Hi Shok Ammo by Federal Classic - 180gr JHP

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$499.00
4.7

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Federal
Bullets - 180 grain Hi Shok JHP (jacketed hollow-point)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass

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Posted On: 10/20/11 By: Gary

A: Yes, this Federal .40 S&W brass can be used for reloading. It is high quality brass and will last for quite a while if reloaded properly.

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Anonymous

A: In .40 S&W, there is no concern about JHP ammunition failing to penetrate heavy clothing. At worst, it will fail to expand, and then will perform almost exactly as an FMJ projectile would in that instance. As for cover, the difference between FMJ and JHP is also small - either it will penetrate the barrier, or it won't, with most handgun rounds generally being poor in comparison to most rifle rounds. One exception to that in certain instances is auto glass, but again, with handgun ammunition, the difference between FMJ and JHP there is small. Beyond that, if the loads were staggered, there is no guarantee that the projectile exiting the muzzle would meet the conditions in which it would perform slightly better, be it cover, clothing or soft tissue. The greater potential for FMJ penetration through a large amount of soft tissue with enough retained velocity to cause damage to property or life beyond the intended target would seem to be of greater concern - from a liability standpoint, if nothing else.

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Tim

A: Although we have confidence in this bullet for self defense purposes, we were unable to find reliable ballistic gelatin performance data for this round out of short barreled handguns. However, there are similarly priced offerings from Federal that we do have data for and can confidently state will expand out of short barreled pistols - take a look at the HST bullet.

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