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Ammo .40 S&W Remington 155 Grain JHP Bullet 1205 fps 50 Rounds 28347

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It should come as no surprise that Remington has the most consistent and accurate ammunition available on the market today. Remington has been making ammunition longer than anyone, based on years of experience and trial and error they are able to produce quality ammo at a value price. Combine the quality of Remington components with Remington's superior performance, and it's easy to see why Remington is the first choice for so many handgunners and law enforcement professionals. Remington Express .40 S&W Ammo is the best self-defense ammunition on the market.

Muzzle velocity: 1205 fps
Velocity at 50 yards: 1095 fps
Muzzle energy: 499 ft/lbs
Energy at 50 yards: 413 ft/lbs
Uses: Personal Protection, Law Enforcement

50 Rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Ammo price is per box.

Total number of Reviews: 1

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"As someone who isn't a ballistics expert, I am basing my opinion on rational logic, if not scientific or physical data. That being said, this cartridge has the highest score in my weighted evaluation of energy, velocity, and trajectory (in that order) of any other premium defense round I've seen. The closest second is Winchester Silvertips, with Federal Hydra Shoks, Hornady XTP, and Rem Golden Saber trailing off from there. I'd love to get all these into the field for some testing on materials and performance, but until that happens, I have to rely on the ballistics charts, where the Rem Express 155 comes out the clear winner. My Walther P99, Springfield XD & XDm, and Kahr K40 all shoot this flawlessly. My only complaint is that it's a little sparky, but much of a problem is that?"