1000 Rounds of .40 S&W Ammo by MBI - 180gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 100 rounds per pack; 10 packs per case
Ammo Manufacturer -Military Ballistics Industries
Bullets - 180 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer primed brass



WARNING! This is “remanufactured” ammunition. Compared to new ammunition, remanufactured ammunition may be more likely experience ruptures, squibs, or other functional failures which could damage your firearm and potentially cause severe injury or death to yourself or others nearby. Remanufactured ammunition may also void your firearm’s warranty, so be sure to review your firearm’s owner’s manual or contact the manufacturer with any questions. Do not supply this ammunition to third-parties for their use without first telling them that it is remanufactured.

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Posted On: 2/2/2017 By: Robert McGee

A: Hello Robert, MBI lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 960 fps.

Posted On: 7/26/2016 By: Mike Nevius

A: Hello Mike, MBI lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 960 fps.

Posted On: 6/23/2016 By: James

A: Hello James! This MBI ammunition is loaded with a standard lead core, copper plated jacket. As a result, the ammunition does not contain any steel and will have no issues passing any type of magnet test.

Posted On: 9/24/2014 By: Joe M

A: Hello Joe, No, you shouldn't have any problems with these 180gr. FMJ rounds by MBI in .40 S&W in your Glock 22 Gen3. These are good target rounds in .40 S&W.

Posted On: 7/26/2014 By: Dan

A: Hello Dan, These 180gr. FMJ rounds by MBI in .40 S&W should function great in your Kahr CW40. These make great target rounds.

Posted On: 5/27/2014 By: Edwin

A: Hello Edwin, These 180gr. FMJ rounds by MBI in .40 S&W can be stored for long periods of time without any issues. They do not react any differently to storage than other .40 S&W rounds. You will want to keep them in a relatively low humidity location if possible to extend their storage life, but that goes for any ammo.

Posted On: 2/14/2014 By: John

A: Hello John, Yes they are! The MBI 180gr. FMJ rounds in .40 S&W make great practice rounds, as long as your Sig P226 is chambered in .40 S&W.

Posted On: 2/28/2013 By: Cam

A: If not all, a majority of the rounds loaded from MBI are once fired cases. Brass produced from Federal, Remington, Winchester, PMC and other popular manufacturers should be able to experience the reloading process many times. As most reloaders know to do, it is important to check each round for case splitting and premature wear prior to loading again. I have been able to load 38 Special rounds from MBI a minimum of 6 loads and counting.

Posted On: 2/7/2013 By: Pete

A: We have found this MBI ammo to perform well in the Springfield XD series as well as Sig, Glock and other popular firearm manufacturers. The performance is comparable to the popular Remington and Federal brands on the market today.

Posted On: 7/14/2012 By: bill

A: The MBI plastipacks are not re-sealable. The plastic is a very tough, heat sensitive poly that is heat sealed on both ends to ensure a complete vapor seal.

Posted On: 6/18/2012 By: Jake

A: Yes, this ammo was remanufactured with new, non-corrosive smokeless powder. In fact, it's the same powder that you will find used in many brands of newly manufactured product. The primers are also standard OEM components that are likewise non-corrosive and the bullets are copper-plated to reduce lead exposure and build-up inside barrels.

Posted On: 3/28/2012 By: Devon Taggart

A: 1000 rounds of this .40 S&W 180gr ammo weighs approximately 37 pounds.

Posted On: 2/15/2012 By: Elden

A: The brass used for MBI ammo is mixed headstamp. It will generally not consist of any one particular manufacturer's brass.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Dustin Hollis

A: This is reloaded ammo.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Mark

A: This ammo is suitable for use in any firearm chambered for .40 S&W.

Posted On: 10/20/2011 By: Anonymous

A: Some ammo might be loaded too hot or too weak to cycle in certain firearms. Also, projectile type and seating depth has an effect on reliability. From a firearm standpoint, poor lubrication/maintenance, worn springs, etc can lead to the same problems.

Posted On: 10/19/2011 By: Cris

A: It is safe to store this MBI ammo in its loose packaged configuration.

Posted On: 10/17/2011 By: Andrew

A: This MBI ammo is factory reloaded with once-fired brass, yes.

Posted On: 9/30/2011 By: Anonymous

A: The muzzle velocity of this ammo from a 5" barrel is 900fps.

Posted On: 7/31/2011 By: Robert

A: MBI's 40 S&W ammunition is loaded with a projectile that has no exposed lead compared to the standard FMJ product which has exposed lead at the base of the projectile. However, this ammo is generally not considered lead free as it not loaded with premium lead free primers but instead uses standard CCI Small Pistol Primers. This ammunition, as a result of the projectile, offers less lead exposure than most standard loads. A good option for a lead free product would be Magtech's 40 S&W FEB (Flat Enclosed Base) Clean Range ammunition.

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