Each box of Independence .40 S&W ammunition is a product from the Federal Cartridge Company. Developed as an economy load, this ammunition makes its way from the "Independence" brand and is marked by its accuracy, reliability and respectable performance as compared to other leading manufacturers' economy lines. Perfect for plinking, target practice, training exercises and more, each box contains 50 brass-cased cartridges – each of which contains a 165 gr full metal jacket projectile. These non-corrosive cartridges are perfect for use with any platform chambered for the .40 S&W cartridge, and will ensure that your take advantage of your rights as an American to the fullest.
Independence .40 S&W Ammunition
The Federal Cartridge Company, headquartered in Anoka, Minnesota, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alliant Techsystems. The company was founded in 1916 and has since become one of the finest names in the ammunition industry. Today, the company manufactures a complete line of rimfire ammunition, centerfire ammunition and shotshells – they even have a production contract with the United States Military. Federal ammunition has been used during multiple Olympic Games in which the U.S. team brought home gold, silver and bronze medals. Pretty high-quality stuff if you ask me.
Independence .40 S&W ammunition is a product from the Federal Cartridge Company's "Independence" brand of ammunition. Independence ammunition is marketed as an economy load suitable for precision practice as well as a range of other shooting applications, including various training exercises. Developed specifically for high-volume shooters and priced accordingly, Independence ammunition offers positive performance on par with Federal's more expensive brands. And like all Federal ammunition, Independence .40 S&W ammunition is manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant (LCAAP) in Independence, Missouri, which is an interesting aspect of the ammunition in itself. LCAAP is a government-owned, contractor-operated munitions facility that was originally established in 1941 for the manufacture and testing of small arms ammunition for the U.S. Army. Since 2001, it has been operated by Alliant Techsystems and is the largest manufacturer of small arms ammunition for the U.S. Army.
That said each box of Independence .40 S&W ammunition contains 50 non-corrosive, brass-cased cartridges. Each cartridge contains a 165 gr full metal jacket projectile, which provides for increased muzzle velocities. In fact, this load is capable of producing muzzle velocities that have been observed to travel at speed of up to 1,130 fps.
All Federal ammunition is manufactured using fully-reloadable, newly-manufactured brass cases as well as non-corrosive Boxer primers. Additionally, all cartridges are visually inspected for quality assurance purposes prior to leaving the manufacturing plant.