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Smallest gr?

Discussion in 'The .40 S&W Club' started by stkota, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. stkota

    stkota

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    What is the smallest .gr available for 40sw? i found 155gr from magtech.
     
  2. tslater

    tslater

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    I've seen 135gr at ammunitiontogo, but i've never shot any myself. it was winchester ranger.
     


  3. cerebral aSSassin

    cerebral aSSassin

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    dont know if your looking for just bullets or the whole load. if its the whole load here are some in 84 gr, 46 gr, and 72 gr. just look for the .40's about half way down the page.

    http://magsafeonline.com/prices_specs.php
     
  4. duncan

    duncan Millennium Member Lifetime Member

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    You can get some 135 grainers in copper plated.

    But WHY?

    If you shoot 135, you could just as easily rock 147 grain in 9mm

    For better accuracy and ballistics, 165 and better yet 180 grains as that was what 40SW was designed around.