The 40 S&W has earned a lot of favor with law enforcement professionals for its similar performance to the 9mm, but while providing a marked energy advantage. In that vein, firing a 40 S&W may be preferable over a 10mm for its lesser recoil. This 40 S&W round, with its 155 grain hollow point bullet and 1,200 fps muzzle velocity, is great for self defense. Its brass casing is nickel plated to better resist against corrosion and feed more slickly in semi-automatic weapons, as well as load more easily in revolvers. With its Boxer primer it is fully reloadable as well.
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