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40 S&W - 180 Grain Plated FP - Military Ballistics Industries - 1000 Rounds

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$230.00

(23.0¢ per round)

Overview

Ammo Quantity - 100 Rounds per sealed pack; 10 packs per case
Ammo Manufacturer - Military Ballistics Industries
Bullets - 180 grain plated flat point
Ammo Casings - Boxer primed once-fired brass

Additional Information

Manufacturer Military Ballistics Industries
Condition New
Bullet Weight 180 Grain
Bullet Type Plated Flat Point
Use Type Range Training
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 1,000
Ammo Caliber .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 960
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 368
UPC Barcode MBI-47327
Cost Per Round 23.0¢ per round
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Details

If you’re seeking to stock up on .40 S&W at an affordable price, then look no further than this 1,000-round bulk container from Military Ballistics Industries (MBI). These remanufactured cartridges are made using once-fired brass casings in order to cut cost and pass the savings on to customer. Shooters need not worry about quality as each casing is inspected for strength, completely cleaned of residue, and reshaped in accordance with the caliber’s specifications. After passing integrity checks, the cases are equipped with components from some of the industry’s most reputable companies.

These components include bullets from Berry's, powder from Hodgdon, and primers from CCI and Winchester. The projectile chosen for this load is a plated flat point bullet that weighs in at 180 grains. This is standard among plinking and duty loads in the .40 caliber and will provide hobbyists and carriers with high-fidelity training recoil. The projectiles typically have flat points and sloped ogives for optimized fit with magazines of varying designs.

CAUTION -- This product is considered “remanufactured” ammunition. Compared to factory new ammunition, remanufactured ammunition can have more instances of high pressure, case-head ruptures, squib loads, failures to fire, failures to eject, and other functional issues which, in turn, can lead to damage to your firearm and potentially severe injury or death to yourself or others nearby. The use of remanufactured ammunition may also void the warranty on your firearm, therefore review your firearm’s owner’s manual or contact the firearm manufacturer with any questions. Do not supply this ammunition to third-parties unless you first inform them that it is remanufactured ammunition.