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LONG 40 S&W 180gr Round Shoulder 1000 CT

LONG 40 S&W 180gr Round Shoulder 1000 CT


 
Our Price: $290.59

Quantity in Stock:9

Product Code: 40SW1801000RS
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Description
 
  • Caliber: 40 S&W
  • Bullet Weight: 180 grain
  • Velocity: 945 FPS
  • Power Factor: 170
  • Length is 1.175
  • Bullet Style: Round Shoulder
  • Condition: Remanufactured
  • Case gauged and hand inspected

Peak Performance’s
LONG 40 S&W 180 grain round shoulder “CLEAN BURNING LINE” remanufactured pistol ammunition is loaded for the Majors and keeps your pistol cleaner longer! This round is built specifically to help those shooters running an STI or 2011 frame equivalent who’s gun prefers to have the rounds loaded out to the max. This round WILL NOT WORK in all .40 SW pistols. All competitive shooters try to squeeze the absolute most from their ammunition and this 40 S&W offering from Peak Performance is here to perform. Peak has loaded this neat hole-punching heavyweight 180 grain rounds shoulder bullet to reach an average velocity of 945 feet per second giving this ammunition a power factor of 170. This is +5 PF over the 165 minimum and ensuring legal compliance with the rules of IPSC, USPSA, and IDPA major divisions.

This heavy bullet coupled with a change in powder from our normal 180gr round and lower bullet velocity helps ensure that recoil is super smooth and allows you to get back on target quicker so you can set your sights on where it really counts… the podium! We offer this LONG 40 S&W 180 gr RS
CLEAN LINE remanufactured pistol ammo in 500 and 1000, count quantities. In pistol brass that we process in house to ensure the upmost quality which as always have been case gauged and hand inspected by Peak Performance to ensure only a safe, reliable, ammunition is reaching you and your match pistol at a price that keeps you keep hitting your alphas! THIS ROUND IS NOT WITHIN SAAMI SPECIFICATION, SHOOT AT YOUR OWN RISK. WILL NOT WORK IN STANDARD 40SW PISTOLS.

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