At Amazon.com, we not only have a large collection of 40 caliber ammo products, but also a comprehensive set of reviews from our customers. Below we've selected a subset of 40 caliber ammo products and the corresponding reviews to help you do better research, and choose the product that best suits your needs.
"Great product, but Is it needed?" - By Michael Ary (Portland, OR)
A-Zoom Snap Caps are precision made and I've had no problems with either of the three caliber sizes I own. They work as described, over and over again. Having said that, I must admit that I used to dry fire my .357 for years before I learned that this could be harmful to the gun's firing pin. Still, I never once experienced a miss-fire or saw much wear on the guns firing pin. So I wonder if these are worth the expense? Thus, my 4-star rating. My guess is that they are useful and do serve a purpose, especially with loading, and with miss-fire unloading practice... more so with semi-automatic pistols than with revolvers. I would definitly say that they would be more useful to novice gun users or even experienced gunners who have purchased a new weapon and wish to become familiar with their new gun ... full review
"These cases are the bomb." - By Dan H (South Central NM)
These cases are great for putting in your range box. The rounds are held in place well and with the assorted colors you can separate cases by manufacturer, primer size (like I did) or other criteria. I have about 7 of these and you cannot go wrong.
I am a brand new pistol owner. At 60 years old I finally purchased my first pistol for home protection and peace-of-mind. I excitedly took my new 9mm Smith & Wesson to a target range and fired away with abandon. It did not take long before I realized that all was not sunshine and lollipops. I live in California where the legal maximum mag for any gun sold in this state is 10 rounds even though the mags are originally designed to hold 16 rounds each for most other states. I pre-loaded the two mags that came with my new protection before leaving for the range from home and didn't think too much of it. Twenty rounds, big deal. It doesn't take a lot of imagination to guess how long it takes to fire twenty rounds from a semi-automatic pistol, right? Just a single standard box ... full review
This is a well built ammo can. I would suggest this version over the zombie as this has two strong latches that keep the lid closed. The strong plastic is no problem for 1000 rounds of 45 and does not tear up my safe like metal cans. And because of the hollow dome of the lid, it holds 200 rounds or 10% more than classic metal cans. A final word about the handle. The handle and lid at two pieces of injected plastic, and are deigned to come apart! When the handle is laying down flat, the hinge is keyed to remove/attached the handle. When moved upright to the vertical position, the handle locks in place and provides more than enough strength.
Does what it is supposed to. I compared to a plastic 'boat box' that i got from walmart for a little less. difference is the plastic on the ammo can is better quality, the can is built for stacking and strong enough to handle the weight, and the handle quality is better as well. I will buy a couple more of these.
"Perfect size, good durability" - By Justin (Cedar Rapids, IA)
I like the 30 caliber size for taking to the range. I always use small locks on both sides, so I'm not worried about the clasps coming open on me. I've loaded it up to 15 lbs easily and carried it by the handle with no issues. Stores about 1,000 rounds of LOOSE 9mm loaded to the brim which is near 30 lbs, but I don't take that much to the range with me. Just good storage - dry and locked safe with kids in the house.
i have a sw sigma .40 cal so when i bought this item i was curiousto see if my mags would fit overall a tight fit but will do bad for easy access tomag but prevents othersfrom trying to take or my mag falling out!!!