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40 S&W - 180 Grain FMJ - Military Ballistics Industries - 100 Rounds

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(29.0¢ per round)


Ammo Quantity - 100 rounds (100 rounds per sealed pack)
Ammo Manufacturer -Military Ballistics Industries
Bullets - 180 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer primed once-fired brass

Additional Information

Manufacturer Military Ballistics Industries
Condition Remanufactured
Bullet Weight 180 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Use Type Range Training
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 100
Ammo Caliber .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 960
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 368
UPC Barcode MBI-47384
Cost Per Round 29.0¢ per round
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Get some great range time with your .40 caliber duty gun when you invest in these remanufactured rounds from Military Ballistics Industries (MBI). This ammunition is constructed using fired brass casings with mixed headstamps that have been thoroughly inspected for material integrity before being cleaned, polished, and refitted with top tier components from brands like Winchester, CCI, and Hornady. Each cartridge possesses a clean-igniting Boxer primer at its base and a full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile at its head.

The FMJ bullet weighs in at 180 grains which is quite typical for .40 S&W loads and mirrors many self-defense options for focused practice that develops true shooting skill. Typically, the projectiles will have tapered ogives and flat points for smooth feeding and remarkably clean hole-punching. MBI’s products are commonly sought after by law enforcement outfits due to their inexpensive price and dependable performance.

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.