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|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket Truncated Cone (FMJTC)|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1000|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||399|
Established in 1872 in Italy, Fiocchi makes a wide variety of ammunition for the range, for hunting, and for various military forces. We shot some of the .40 Smith & Wesson ammo, which features a reloadable brass case, a 180 grain lead core bullet with a full metal jacket, and a non-corrosive primer.
Accuracy was overall pretty consistent, with a couple of fliers going low and right from the rest at 15 yards using our SIG P226. Reliability was great in most of our test guns, but we did have several failures to feed with a Smith & Wesson M&P Compact. The only other ammo this gun has had any issues with is the Fiocchi 170 grain and .40 Smith & Wesson, so there's just something about this ammo that doesn't agree with the Smith & Wesson.
Fiocchi ammo is trusted by NATO forces and has several other reputable industry certifications. The problems we had with the .40 caliber ammo may just be a fluke, but it does seem to otherwise be high-quality ammunition. The brass is suitable for reloading and the rounds weren't especially dirty when fired.
Depending on what gun you're using, if you don't mind the prospect of maybe having to practice a few malfunction drills, then Fiocchi ammo and .40 Smith & Wesson is not a bad overall choice.
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Great Stuff - "I'll Be Back!" by Glock 23 on 7/1/2010
My Glock feasted on this stuff like politicians do on your tax money.
No misfires, no jams, no problems.
1 person found the following review helpful
Good Ammo, Good Price, Great Shipping
As others have stated, good ammo. No FTF, FTL or FTE with Fiocchi, and I have had several FTFs and FTL with other brands in my Glock 27. Using .40 S&W and 9 mm for several months now. Very satisfied with the performance. I have to remember that the shipping is so fast when I order. For me delivery to the door is next day which is scary fast. Order by 3pm and arrives by 3pm the next day... That's my experience 3 times now.
This ammo is ok, I shot one thousand rounds of it without any problems. Although it's a little dirtier and a little less acurate then the Blazer Brass in my opinion. Heidi rocks and so does lucky Gunner, they ship faster than I can draw and shoot.
Good ammo for practice, if all your doing is putting holes in paper or target practicing for fun. I would not buy it again though as long as they had Blazer Brass in stock, in my opinion it's cleaner and more accurate. As always Heidi and the team are fast, real fast! All I ask is that you guys stay competitive with your prices.
Fiocchi as good as ever
Fiocchi is fast becoming my favorite brand for most rounds. They have a good selection and I have never had issue with their stuff.
The same applies to this 40 S&W round. Clean, consistent and accurate in our Glocks, FNs and other guns. Good price and tightly packaged, too.
You're reviewing: 40 S&W - 180 Grain FMJTC - Fiocchi - 1000 Rounds
Posted On: 4/28/2020 By: Eugene Holden
Regular Price: $370.00
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