20rds - 40 S&W Corbon Pow'RBall 135gr. Ammo

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  • Manufacturer Glaser Safety Slug
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 135 Grain
  • Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
  • Use Type Self Defense
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Quantity 20
  • Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson
  • Manufacturer SKU PB40135/20
  • Primer Type Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity 1325
  • Muzzle Energy 526
  • UPC Barcode 757750400702
  • Cost Per Round $0.95/ppr

Glaser Safety Slug 135 Grain Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Ammo Details

.40 S&W Corbon Pow'RBall ammo is an elegant solution for an inelegant problem- namely that of guns that don't like to feed modern hollowpoint ammo, or can be picky with what they will successfully chamber. Pow'RBall ammo maintains the profile of standard ball ammo, but is carefully engineered to function as an expanding hollowpoint. A polymer "plug" over a specially shaped lead core allows for controlled expansion that delivers serious knockdown performance, while allowing for the reliable feeding that only standard ball ammo can provide.


Packed in handy 20 round boxes, this brass cased, reloadable ammo delivers 526 foot pounds of energy, while driving a 135 grain bullet at 1325 feet per second. This low recoil .40 S&W ammo is perfect for duty use, concealed carry, or those who need absolute reliability in their gun without sacrificing the performance of an engineered hollowpoint. In fact, tests by Corbon show that the Pow'RBall expands at a greater rate than a traditional jacketed hollowpoint. The lubricated polymer tip enhances feeding performance, and ensures that guns that normally won't reliably chamber hollowpoint ammo will function flawlessly with Corbon Pow'RBall. Take advantage of state of the art engineering, and see the difference Corbon Pow'RBall .40 S&W ammo delivers.


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    posted on by Easy to handle

    Feeds and functions normally even in Walther PPS which can be picky due to high feeding angle. Lightened recoil makes for easy target requisition. Hope to not have to use "real world" but confident to carry.

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