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600 Rounds of .40 S&W Ammo by Remington - 180gr MC

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Quantity - 100 rounds per box; 6 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Remington UMC
Bullets - 180 grain metal case (MC)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


This Remington 40 S&W cartridge’s 180 grain projectile features a metal case. That means it is in every way the same as a full metal jacketed bullet -- Remington simply opts to call it by a different name. As such, the bullet will not cause residue to accumulate as quickly in your bore as if it were made of pure lead, a big perk if you intend to fire all 600 of these rounds in one session. However, because jacketed bullets are likelier to fully penetrate a human-sized target than a hollow point, these rounds are not meant for situations where the safety of innocent bystanders is at stake. Enjoy training with these on the range!

The 40 S&W is popular with self-defense experts for its marked energy advantage over the 9mm and the 45 ACP. In that line, it outperforms the 10mm in terms of recoil as well. If you handload, this cartridge’s non-corrosive Boxer primed brass casing will keep you happy for many shooting sessions.

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