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$ 1.00 per cartridge
no limit
Current Pistol Cartridges
40 Smith & Wesson, aka 40 S&W
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The .40 Smith & Wesson (10×22mm) is a rimless pistol cartridge
developed jointly by the Smith & Wesson Company and Winchester
Ammunition Company around 1989.
The 40 Smith & Wesson is basically a shorten version of the
10 mm Auto (10x25mm) which was introduced in 1983, just a few
years before the 40 S&W.
Interestingly the 40 S&W has almost the same ballistics as the
10mm Auto in a shorter cartridge, enabling the 40 S&W to be used
in a smaller grip frame then the 10mm Auto, which was well received
by the FBI over the 10mm Auto they were testing at that time.
Picture at right: (a.) 40 S&W, (B.) 10mm Auto, (C.) 10mm Magnum
Made by Winchester Ammunition
Company, U.S.A. Loaded with 180
grain Full Metal Jacket Projectiles.
Copper primers. "WIN" H/S
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More coming with different head-stamps and different projectiles in the future.
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Made by Winchester Ammunition
Company, U.S.A. Loaded with 180
grain "BEB" Jacketed Soft Points.
Nickel primers. "WINCHESTER" H/S
$ 1.25 per cartridge
no limit
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By Winchester
Full Metal Jacket projectile
By Winchester
Jacket Soft Point projectile
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