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|Bullet Weight||165 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1060|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||412|
Target ammo from Winchester is officially called the USA Brand but it's more commonly referred to as Winchester White Box because-- well, because it comes in a white box. This is their run of the mill target and practice ammo that's offered at a budget price.
For this review, we went through one of the big 100 round boxes of 165 grain .40 Smith & Wesson. Unlike the 9 mm white box load, the rounds are not just casually piled in a box, instead they are arranged in double decker ammo trays in a box the size of a suitcase. Seriously, this box is huge. At least you shouldn't have to worry about anything getting damaged during shipping.
The cases are reloadable brass with a non-corrosive primer and the bullets are lead core with a copper full metal jacket. Recoil is moderate for a .40, making this a decent round for practice. Function was flawless in all of our test guns with no malfunctioning or reliability issues. We shot a quick 10 round group from the bench to test for accuracy and got decent results, about on par with most of the other .40 caliber practice ammo that we reviewed.
One small thing I'm not too crazy about with this ammo, it's kind of dirty and sometimes leaves behind these brass colored flecks that make it look like the glitter fairy just visited the inside of your gun. That's really not a big deal and it usually cleans up just fine. Overall, Winchester White Box and .40 Smith & Wesson is a great value, especially for reloadable brass cased ammo made in the USA.
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Quality ammo. This is a good price for Winchester ammo! 40 Cal. Is a punchy round, so I am very pleased to find a softer recoil with this ammo. It cycles well with my Taurus 840C, and my Stoeger Cougar. All around good deal!
Got this ammo at a retail store b4 I discovered this sight. Theres cheaper Ammo ou there but you get what you pay for. Found it accurate and no malfunctions. Of course as an Infantryman of 18 years there is something to say in that malfunctions in training is a good thing when it comes to firearms. For it will give you training on what to do in real life if you do have one.
If you go buy that philosophy buy some different ammo not this stuff.
I fired all of mine from a Gen 1 S&W M&P sheild.
Excellent ammo at a great price. I'm always pleased with my LG purchases
No failed rounds thru my G22 & S&W 40, the S&W is a little more finicky than the Glock, so I'm pleased. I also liked the price/rd. Every LG purchase is a winner, I've sent lots of friends over and they've been very pleased too.
Works but dirty is an understatement
I've only tried about 8 different brands of ammo in my new .40 so far but this was by far the dirtiest and I question it's long term effects (if only it means you clean your piece twice as long/often). Goes bang every time you squeeze one off but like the man says in the video review here, it leaves metal in your barrel (unported here, before you ask). Was putting 50/100 round groups of different ammo during testing/training last weekend and was mortified to see the results after firing this ammo and inspecting & cleaning my weapon (which I did when switching ammo types). Not scared to fire it again, it works... and if nothing else was available I'd shoot it, but definately not on my "to buy" list. I found Federal big box ammo (Fed & American eagle brands) substantially cheaper price wise, and substantially superior in the low residue/jacket loss department.
You're reviewing: 40 S&W - 165 Grain FMJ - Winchester USA - 500 Rounds
Posted On: 4/2/2020 By: Cooper
Posted On: 9/15/2019 By: Joseph Todaro
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