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    Item #: FEDP40HS2 Mfr# P40HS2

    Federal P40HS2 Premium 40 Smith & Wesson 155 Grain Hydra-Shok JHP Centerfire Pistol Ammunition

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    Federal P40HS2 Premium 40 Smith & Wesson Hydra-Shok JHP 155 GR 20 Box/25 Case

    Federal Premium handgun loads are the best around. Hydra-Shok is the first
    choice for many military and law enforcement officials across the globe,
    while Expanding Full Metal Jacket (EFMJ) is unmatched in non-hollow point
    technology. EFMJ provides higher energy, more reliable expansion, lower
    risk of collateral damage and reduced recoil vitally important features for
    a personal defense round. Federal's HST provides near 100% weight retention
    through most barriers. Consistent expansion, optimum penetration and
    superior terminal performance, its specially designed hollow point won't
    plug while passing through a variety of barriers.

    Mfg Item Number: P40HS2
    Caliber :40 Smith & Wesson
    Bullet Type :Hydra-Shok JHP
    Bullet Weight :155 GR
    Muzzle Energy :447 ft lbs
    Muzzle Velocity :1140 fps
    Rounds Per Box :20
    Boxes Per Case :25
    Application :Performance/Protection
    Casing Material :Brass

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