The Colt 155 grain .40 Caliber Smith and Wesson cartridge is topped with a heavy-duty SCHP or solid copper hollow point bullet. Each solid copper 155-grain bullet is placed to a specific depth into a new, thick-walled, heavy-duty, non-corrosive Boxer primed, reloadable, yellow brass case. These rounds have a hard-hitting muzzle energy of 379-foot pounds, and the muzzle velocity is impressive at 1050-feet per second. These cartridges come packed in one easily identifiable blue Colt 20 round box. These are an ideal choice to stock up on. Take them with you on your trips to the range, to any shooting competitions, plinking or target shooting with family and friends. Stock up and stack them up today!
Upon its debut, the .40 caliber Smith and Wesson round was immediately popular with the Law Enforcement community. It eventually became the standard round for Police Departments all over the U.S.A. The .40 cal. S&W was engineered in 1990 using a downsized 10mm case and utilized a standard 180 Grain Jacketed Hollow Point or JHP bullet. Using one of the medium-smaller automatic handgun designs for testing and fielding the round, Smith & Wesson teamed up with Winchester to execute the cartridge now widely known as the .40 caliber S&W.
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