Corbon DPX 140 Grain 40 Smith & Wesson Ammo - 20 Rounds
The .40 Smith & Wesson was introduced in 1990 as a 10mm Auto “short” to find a compromise between the 10’s terminal ballistics and an acceptable recoil that did not detrimentally effect FBI agents’ follow up accuracy. For almost three decades the .40 was a primary law enforcement sidearm caliber before being replaced by modern 9mm Luger again around 2017. However, the .40 remains a popular choice among individual officers and private shooters who find the extra “oomph” comforting or even unnoticeable.
These loads feature a 140 grain solid copper, hollow point bullet by Corbon that travels at a muzzle velocity reaching 1200 feet per second with 448 foot pounds of energy, according to the Corbon. This is a premium personal defense bullet meant for carry when each shot can be the difference between going home or not.
Corbon was started in the 1980s in South Dakota to provide law enforcement and CCW holders with a hollow point bullet that would not clog with intervening material and fail to expand. The DPX, or deep penetrating expanding bullet is a solid copper bullet that will not lose mass or be deterred by even thick material, delivering terminal velocity into the target where it belongs without the risk of overpenetration.
- Manufacturer Corbon
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 140 Grain
- Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
- Use Type Self Defense
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 20
- Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson
- Manufacturer SKU DPX40140/20
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity 1200
- Muzzle Energy 448
- UPC Barcode 757750400900
- Cost Per Round $1.15 per round