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

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Bullet Type – 180gr FMJ
Quantity - 1000 Rounds
Manufacturer - Sellier & Bellot
Origin - Czech Republic
Casing - Boxer-primed brass


1,000 rounds of .40 S&W ammunition from Sellier & Bellot should last you at least a couple range sessions, and save you money while you're at it! These cartridges come in boxes of 50 (with 20 boxes in each case) and fire a heavy 180 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 968 feet per second. This configuration produces good accuracy and stout but manageable recoil.

Sellier & Bellot was founded in the 1820s in what is now the Czech Republic and continues to be one of the top European ammo brands. Their current production uses all high quality components including non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

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Posted On: 6/13/2020 By: Sam

A: I believe we ought to be able to serve you, but I welcome you to reach out to our customer service department for particulars! You may reach them at (800) 720-6035 or CustomerService@BulkAmmo.com.

Posted On: 6/29/2017 By: Jessica Babb-Raymundo

A: Hello Jessica, these bullets are a brass cased, lead core with a bi-metal jacket. and they are not magnetic

Posted On: 10/10/2012 By: USN

A: Sellier & Bellot continues to use their primer sealant on their "police" line of ammunition. Even though the primers are no longer sealed on this ammo, the moisture barrier is still effective and will shoot well if stored for many years.

Posted On: 5/24/2012 By: Richard

A: If you add the item you're interested in to your shopping cart, you will be able to enter your ZIP code in the shipping estimator to see how much that will cost.

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