Speer's ammunition has long been known for its reliability and performance that you can count on shot after shot. An added benefit of this 40 S&W Clean-Fire line of Speer Lawman is that the cases are much cleaner after being fired than traditional ammunition due to the propellants and primers used. This makes reloading the cases even faster reducing the cleaning time required.
This ammunition is brass cased, boxer primed, and reloadable.
Video Transcript:Speers Lawman Clean-Fire ammo is specifically designed for indoor range training use, and it has a couple of features that make it well-suited to that purpose. The Clean-Fire primer contains no lead or other toxic substances, and the bullet features what Speer calls a total metal jacket. It's a lead bullet with a copper jacket that completely closes the bullet, unlike most full metal jacket ammo, which leaves the base of the lead bullet exposed. These two features combine to make Speer Clean-Fire much safer to shoot on indoor ranges compared to most traditional target ammo. A side benefit is that the fire casings tend to be cleaner than most other once-fired brass, making the reloading process a little easier.
We tested a few rounds of Speer Lawman Clean-Fire in 40 Smith and Wesson with a 180-grain bullet. Several of the rounds came out of the box with a few spots of discoloration on the case, but no serious corrosion was found. It was most likely just the result of some cleaning agents used in the factory.
Since all Speer Lawman ammo is intended to simulate the recoil impulse of Speers Gold Dot defensive ammo, it's loaded a little hotter than the typical target ammo. This makes it an ideal choice for self-defense training. Function and reliability was flawless in all of our test guns, and even with the hotter load, we didn't notice a huge difference in recoil. Accuracy was excellent, and except for a couple of fliers, every round went right to the point of aim at 15 yards from the bench using a SIG P226. Speer Lawman Clean-Fire ammo is an excellent choice for its intended use as an indoor range-friendly self-defense training tool.
|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1000|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||400|
|Cost Per Round||30.0¢ to 30.5¢ per round|
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