1000 Rounds of .40 S&W Ammo by Speer - 180gr TMJ

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Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Speer
Bullets - 180 grain total metal jacket (TMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 1,000 fps
Muzzle Energy - 400 ft lbs


A great range option, the Speer Lawman is a very consistent, clean shooting, and reliable round for use in the .40 S&W. The 180 grain flat nose copper jacketed bullet is a great choice for any .40 Smith & Wesson pistol or carbine. Make no mistake: this is not a hardcore self defense round: it’s a practice round that is reloadable and has consistency like you cannot find with similarly priced range ammo.

Speer Lawman has built a very favorable reputation over the years because they are priced at range ammo prices, and you get some extra perks with the loads; namely reliable feeding, no extraction issues and reloadable brass/boxer primers.

The 180 grain projectile is a no nonsense bullet for general practicing, and you’ll see about 980 feet per second and with very little deviation; providing you with good accuracy and reliable extraction/ejection for most use cases.

For 1000 rounds of .40 S&W ammunition this price point for such proven ammunition is a bargain, getting you a ton of range time for very little cash.

Suitable for use in any modern firearm marked: “.40S&W”. Packaged in 50 round boxes; 20 boxes.

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Posted On: 1/28/2024 By: N

A: Thanks for reaching out! This ammo should function without issue in a 40 S&W Glock. As to whether you should prefer a 180 grain bullet over a 165 grain ultimately boils down to personal preference. I advise training with the same bullet weight that you would utilize for self-defense.

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