Self-defense is a serious matter, and if you carry your gun for personal protection it’s an absolute must to do it right. Once you have the golden rules down – 1) Treat every firearm as if it’s loaded, 2) Don’t point your gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy, 3) Keep your finger off the trigger until you’re on target, and 4) Know your backstop and what is beyond it, take the time to become a capable marksman. Basic marksmanship is a must if you’re going to carry your gun for protection, and so is loading your gun with the right ammunition. Defense rounds both expand to create a more effective, crippling wound, and also decelerate on impact to prevent over-penetration.
These defense rounds are made by Speer, a company that’s been in business for about 70 years. They were founded in 1944 by Vernon Speer, a man known for his innovation and creativity from an early age. Vernon Speer served in the U.S. Navy during World War I, and during that time he invented a brand new airplane engine. Of course, once it was built he needed to prove it worked, so he simply installed it in a biplane and went for a flight. The engine worked, and Vernon embarked on what was to become an extraordinary career. Speer is known for exceptional quality and consistent performance, and all thanks to its founder, Vernon Speer.
These Speer rounds are made for your .40 S&W. They’re heavyweight rounds at 180 grain, so they’re going to deliver substantial knockdown power while still remaining light enough to reach out and touch your target at impressive speeds. These are JHP – Jacketed Hollow Point – rounds. JHPs deliver rapid energy transfer and controlled expansion on impact, penetrating more deeply than standard HPs to create a deeper, devastating wound track. Each of these rounds has a muzzle velocity of 950 feet per second and muzzle energy of 361 foot-pounds. These are top-tier self-defense rounds. There are 20 rounds in this box, which is just enough to keep your gun loaded and ready. Place your order today to ensure you’re fully prepared for the worst-case scenario.
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