I recently ordered a case (1,000 Rds) of 180 gr Prvi Partizan manufatured .40 cal ammo. I also saw Prvi Partizan made 180 GR JHP at Wal-Mart for under $20 a box, so I bought a box. The following week, I got my case of ammo in, and took a box of 180 GR FMJ, and the box of 180 GR JHP to the local ndoor range. To me, the 180 GR FMJ .40 round was a pleasent "Cupcake" round to shoot, the 180 GR JHP's were a "Bear". I am wondering why one round is more stout than the other. Maybe the JHP were really 165 GR JHP due to their characteristics. Comming from Croatiaa, maybe something was lost in translation.