Product Overview and Specifications

Handgun Ammunition

Product Overview: Handgun ammunition is specifically designed for use in pistols and revolvers. It is essential for law enforcement, military personnel, competitive shooters, and civilian firearm owners. High-quality handgun ammunition ensures reliable performance, accuracy, and safety. Ammunition consists of a cartridge that includes a bullet, casing, gunpowder, and primer.

Key Specifications:

  1. Caliber:
    • Common calibers include .22 LR, 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, and .357 Magnum.
    • Caliber indicates the diameter of the bullet and affects compatibility with different firearms.
  2. Bullet Type:
    • Full Metal Jacket (FMJ): Ideal for training and target shooting due to its cost-effectiveness and reduced barrel fouling.
    • Hollow Point (HP): Designed for self-defense, expanding upon impact to maximize stopping power and minimize over-penetration.
    • Soft Point (SP): Combines penetration with expansion, suitable for hunting and self-defense.
  3. Bullet Weight:
    • Measured in grains (gr), typical weights range from 115 gr to 230 gr for common calibers.
    • Heavier bullets generally provide more stopping power, while lighter bullets can offer higher velocity.
  4. Muzzle Velocity:
    • Expressed in feet per second (fps), indicating the speed of the bullet as it exits the barrel.
    • Higher velocity enhances accuracy and penetration.
  5. Muzzle Energy:
    • Measured in foot-pounds (ft-lbs), representing the energy transferred from the bullet to the target.
    • Higher muzzle energy typically results in greater stopping power.
  6. Casing Material:
    • Brass: Durable and reloadable, preferred by many shooters.
    • Steel: Less expensive, non-reloadable, and can be harder on firearms.
    • Aluminum: Lightweight and non-reloadable, often used in budget-friendly ammunition.
  7. Primer Type:
    • Boxer: Common in the United States, featuring a single, central flash hole.
    • Berdan: More common internationally, with two smaller flash holes, less suitable for reloading.
  8. Packaging:
    • Typically sold in boxes of 20, 50, or 100 rounds, with bulk packaging options available for high-volume shooters.


  • Handgun ammunition
  • Pistol rounds
  • Revolver cartridges
  • Self-defense ammo
  • Target shooting ammunition
  • Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) bullets
  • Hollow Point (HP) bullets
  • Soft Point (SP) bullets
  • Caliber
  • Bullet weight
  • Muzzle velocity
  • Muzzle energy
  • Brass casing
  • Steel casing
  • Aluminum casing
  • Boxer primer
  • Berdan primer

40 S&W Ammunition

40 S&W 165 grain 500 rounds

This product has multiple variants. The options may be chosen on the product page
This product has multiple variants. The options may be chosen on the product page
This product has multiple variants. The options may be chosen on the product page
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