What would that be, exactly?
Semi-auto pistol ammo. Many of the govt agencies use H and K, or Berretta pistols. 40 million rounds per year sounds enormous.??
Bigger than a .38, smaller than a .45
You just knew that was coming...
Standard semiautomatic handgun caliber used by many police forces. More powerful than a 9mm and less powerful than a .45 ACP. Was designed in the late 1980s at the request of the FBI to remedy the perceived lack of stopping power of a 9mm and excessive recoil of a 10mm which the FBI used for a short period of time.
.40 S&W, the preferred round of law enforcement agencies all over the country.
Hey, I got it. The . was missing so what it is exactly is hugh & series.
The favorite round of the LEO "spray and pray" crowd.
The round that is eventually dislodged from the body part of the LEO or LEO-proximate after the negligent discharge of the Glock.
It would be .40 inches, or .40 caliber. There is an actual .40 caliber round used in semi-auto firearms, a very popular round actually.