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Remington 40 S&W Ammo For Sale

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Below is our selection of Remington .40 S&W ammo for sale. To see our entire selection of 40 S&W ammo, check out our 40 S&W ammo page. As one of the world’s top selling ammo companies, the 40 Smith and Wesson ammo Remington offers is well known for reliability, stopping power, and accuracy. Learn More
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  1. Remington 40 cal Ammo - 50 Rounds of 165 Grain MC Ammunition

    $30.00

    59 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type FMJ
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1150 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 485 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 60.0¢ per round
    • Made by Remington
  2. Remington Golden Saber Bonded 40 S&W Ammo - 20 Rounds of 180 Grain BJHP Ammunition

    $30.75

    143 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type JHP
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1015 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 412 ft lbs
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.54 per round
    • Made by Remington
  3. Remington 40 cal Ammo - 50 Rounds of 180 Grain MC Ammunition

    $30.99

    8 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type FMJ
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 990 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 392 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 62.0¢ per round
    • Made by Remington
  4. Remington 40 cal Ammo - 500 Rounds of 180 Grain MC Ammunition

    $274.99

    19 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type FMJ
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 990 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 392 ft lbs
    • 500 Rounds
    • 55.0¢ per round
    • Made by Remington
  5. Remington 40 cal Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 180 Grain MC Ammunition

    $394.99

    34 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type FMJ
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 990 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 392 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 39.5¢ per round
    • Made by Remington

History of Remington 40 S&W Ammo

Why Buy Remington .40 S&W Ammo?

Since 1871, Remington Arms has been an industry leader when it comes to ammunition and firearms technology. Released in 1990, the 40 S&W was developed in direct response to the 1986 Miami Shootout. Boasting more muzzle energy than a 9mm, the 40 S&W was the go-to law enforcement round for the 90’s and early 2000’s.

No matter if you enjoy plinking with your M&P 40 or have your trusty Glock 22 for home defense, there’s a Remington .40 S&W ammo for you.

If you’re headed to the range for some target practice, you’re going to want some inexpensive but accurate FMJ ammo. For this, you simply cannot beat the cost-efficiency of Remington UMC 40 S W ammo. Loaded with full metal jacket bullets, UMC ammo is clean and accurate which is just what you need. Available in both 165 and 180 grain bullets, Remington UMC 40 S W is our top choice for range ammo.

However, if you want some bulk 40 S&W then you should give the Remington 40 SW Range Bucket a look. Not only do you a whopping 300 rounds of FMJ ammo, but you get an easy-to-carry bucket to put all of your brass in if you are into reloading.

Going to the range is fun and all, but what most people get a 40 for is home defense. In this case, there are many Remington 40 S&W ammo hollow point options for you.

For self-defense, the go-to option for law enforcement and civilians is the Remington Golden Saber 40 S&W. This is the hollow point that set the standard in the early 90’s and has never failed to deliver. Often carried as duty ammo, the Remington Golden Saber 40 S&W rounds are great for home defense as well since they provide excellent penetration and expansion.

If you want something a little newer, the Remington 40 S&W HTP hollow point is the right ammo for you. The High Terminal Performance bullet is designed for high weight retention as well as nearly double-diameter expansion. With terminal ballistics like that, there’s no doubt you can stop any threat!

How to Save Money Buying Remington 40 SW Ammunition?

Here at Ammo.com we do everything we can to ensure that your cost per round is as low as possible to keep you shooting live ammo at the range. With so many Remington 40 SW ammo options available it can be hard to know which is the best value.

If you want to keep your overall cost per round as low as possible, then we’d recommend you look at some of our bulk 40 S&W ammo options. The Remington UMC 40 S W is a great choice for buying in bulk, as it allows you to ensure you always have ammo when you’re headed to the range. And given the supply shortages we’ve seen in the past few years, having ammo on hand is always a good thing to make sure your marksmanship skills are sharp.

When you make your order of bulk Remington 40 S&W ammo, we ship quickly and discreetly in an unmarked package. This ensures that you get the ammo you need at the lowest price possible while ensuring your anti-2A neighbors have no idea you’ve got Remington .40 S&W ammo stacked to the rafters!

Customer Reviews

  • Hawk said:

    Great ammo I think it is one of the best

  • springfield emp said:

    just what i ordered, no problems, speedy delivery, easy site to use & great customer sevice.

  • mikentexas said:

    This is my first purchanse from Ammo.com, but it won't be my last. I've ordered ammo from several web sites, all promising the lowest price for the same ammo. In a direct comparison, this is the lowest price for exactly the same ammo. The ammo came well packaged in 50-round sets and fired flawlessly. Hard to complain about that.

  • James said:

    Have run over 14,000 rounds(yes...that's fourteen-thousand- plus) through my Sig P229 and I believe maybe two or three were misfires. I am very satisfied with the product.

  • Tom said:

    I am a returning customer the ammo is always great and priced below others out there shipment couldn't be easier . This is a great company to do business with

  • Joe said:

    What a mess, jams, powder build up.... this ammo did everything it could to foul my weapon. I blew threw cheaper Russian AMMO in my Ruger SR40C no issues, cleaning was average. As I closed in on 80 rounds of this Remington ammo you could tell it was going to be a long afternoon, powder all over the muzzle, then the jams started and cleaning took forever! Would not recommend.