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About This Remington .40 Smith & Wesson AmmunitionIn spite of its name, this 40 S&W cartridge’s 180 grain projectile is not, in fact, made of gold. If it was then one alone would be worth about $7,500. We’d certainly be happy to sell it to you, although we don’t anticipate that you’d be likely to buy 500 of them for $3.5 million. Instead, this round’s bullet sports a shiny brass jacket, which is considerably more beneficial to its performance.
The jacket’s enhanced hardness permits it to pierce protected targets reliably, and furthermore ensure that it penetrates deeply before expansion begins to take place. The bullet’s wide nose cavity creates a correspondingly wide wound channel, and its spiral serrations only help to make that expansion all the more devastating.
This cartridge’s nickel plated brass casing is resistant to corrosion, which along with its sealed primer and mouth makes it exceptionally reliable. Its propellant burns without depositing excessive residues in your pistol’s action, and emits a low flash to preserve your eyesight if you ever have to defend yourself at night.
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