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Buffalo Bore Standard Pressure 40 S&W 140 grain Barnes TAC-XP Lead-Free Low Flash Pistol and Handgun Ammo, 20/Box - 23E/20
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Buffalo Bore Standard Pressure 40 S&W 140 grain Barnes TAC-XP Lead-Free Low Flash Pistol and Handgun Ammo, 20/Box - 23E/20

Details
SKU 771124
Brand Buffalo Bore
Model Number 23E/20
UPC 651815023052
Price Per Round $1.65
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Product Details

Details

  • Type: Lead-Free, Low Flash
  • Series/Collection: Standard Pressure
  • Bullet Style: Barnes TAC-XP
  • Caliber/Gauge: 40 S&W
  • Bullet Weight: 140 grain
  • Muzzle Energy: 525 lb/ft
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1300 fps
  • Bullet Material: Copper
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Application: Performance, Protection
  • Packaging Quantity: 20/Box

Features

This is a high-performance Standard Pressure 40 Smith and Wesson loading, which means it is safe to fire in all 40 Smith and Wesson firearms that are in normal operating condition. The lightweight 140 grain all copper Barnes bullet will mushroom readily, yet penetrate as deeply as a typical 180 grain JHP style bullet, while generating the low recoil and fast velocities of a lightweight projectile. This aids in fast/accurate follow-up shots. Expect roughly 13 to 14 inches of penetration in flesh and bone. This load utilizes a flash suppressed powder, which gives the shooter an important tactical advantage as most shootings in the US occur in low light when the criminal element is most active. Firing to save your life in the dark is likely if you find yourself forced to fire. Blinding yourself with your own gunfire, after the first shot leaves you very vulnerable.

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