Each cartridge in this case of 500 (10 boxes of 50) fires a 155 grain jacketed hollow point bullet at 1,205 feet per second. This combination of a relatively light projectile and a high muzzle velocity give these rounds more reliable expansion while still benefiting from the .40 Smith & Wesson's high mass and caliber.
Remington HTP ammo is loaded in Lonoke, Arkansas using non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases. While it's not very likely that you'll need 500 rounds in a self-defense situation, this case is ideal for getting enough ammo to train with your carry load at a better price.
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