Buffalo Bore .40 S&W Outdoorsman Ammo - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog
The new Outdoorsman load from bovid gauge for the .40 S&W cartridge faculty give you just that. The load uses a 200 grain, hard-cast, flat-nose bullet at 1000 fps to attain in depth penetration for punching through and through skulls and separate large bones of animals that attitude a threat while spending time outdoors. According the the company, the load gives “roughly 30 inches of straight-line entrance in flesh and bone.” Buffalo tidal current states they are able to get the k fps velocity while staying inside SAAMI insistence limits by victimization a hard stamp pitch instead of every day metal or jacketed bullets.
9mm vs .40 penetration
I resilient in a townhouse and want a handgun for domestic security. I'm worried about penetrating the walls if I had to sprout it, so I acknowledge I should use hollow point ammo. I live in a townhouse and want a small-arm for housing security. I'm disquieted about penetrating the walls if I had to shoot it, so I know I should use hollow location ammo. There is some overlap between the two in terms of muzzle energy, I think on average 9mm is somewhat lower.
Sit Down .40 S&W, .45 ACP — The 9mm has Been Crowned King?
After years of unhappy (not exactly in silence…), I lastly broke down once I bought a Glock 22 in .40 S&W. With the advent, and near-immediate acceptance, of the .40 S&W, the 9mm’s position did not approve—nor did mine. The increased recoil alluded to the increased knockdown power the bullet would deliver; I was in real time intrigued.