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

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box, 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Independence
Bullet - 180 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass


Declare your independence from high ammo prices with this 180 grain .40 S&W ammo from Independence Ammunition!

These .40 S&W rounds from Independence are a great choice for pistols chambered in .40 S&W. Their 180 grain projectile features a full copper jacket, keeping fouling out a minimum while assisting with accuracy in modern service pistols. Since the 1990’s the .40 S&W has been one of the premier law enforcement rounds, and these rounds from Independence are a perfect pairing for a .40 S&W gun.

Independence uses new manufactured brass cases for these .40 S&W rounds, which help ensure smooth feeding and maximum reliability. The boxer priming system reduces airborne lead particulate, a bonus for extended shooting sessions.

Packed in boxes of 50, these great .40 S&W rounds from Independence are shipped in a case of 1,000 rounds. Each case consists of 20 individual boxes, so that shooters can take as much or as little ammo to the range as they want!

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Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: 46&2

A: Whether an ammo type is dirty or clean has no effect on its longevity. It simply means that carbon will build up on and in the firearm at a faster rate. It is easy to clean this carbon away with appropriate oils and solvents. This is separate from the jacket type, as long as the bullets are in fact jacketed, and totally independent from projectile weight.

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