A more compact round than the FBI’s 10mm but almost identical ballistic accuracy to the 9mm Parabellum, Federal keeps the American Eagle .40 SW affordable for the consumer while maintaining quality and reliability. The muzzle velocity sits at 1000 feet per second, while the muzzle energy is around 400-foot pounds. These particular beauties are meticulously profiled and loaded with a full metal jacket (FMJ) 180 grain bullet that features a non-magnetic lead core. The projectiles are loaded into a boxer-primed, non-corrosive brass case, that is also re-loadable. 50 rounds per box and 20 boxes per case, combined with the amazing specs, make the American Eagle .40 S&W cartridge an impeccable choice for target practice and training at the range. If you’re looking to invest in a quality round without having to suffer the loss of performance, these rounds are for you!
Debuted in 1990, the .40 S&W cartridge was designed in a collaborative effort by engineers at Smith & Wesson and Winchester, specifically for law enforcement. Due to the limitations of high capacity mags in a handful of states, many buyers are choosing pistols chambered in 40 S&W.
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