Speer Lawman .40 S&W Ammunition 180gr Clean Fire Lead Free TMJ (50 Rounds)

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Speer Lawman .40 S&W Ammunition 180gr Clean Fire Lead Free TMJ (50 Rounds)

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    SKU :
    40SW-180SPR50-LF
    MPN :
    53880

    Speer Lawman training ammunition brings superb consistency along with feel and point of aim that's as close as possible to your self-defense loads. All options are loaded with a TMJ bullet with a plated jacket that encapsulates the entire lead core. Features:

    • Patented Clean-Fire primer contains no lead, barium or antimony
    • Offers the same feel and point of aim as comparable self-defense loads
    • Reloadable cases
    • TMJ bullet jacket encapsulates the lead core
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    You must be 18 years or older to purchase rifle ammunition, shotgun ammunition, rifles, and shotguns (except in states that require you to be 21 years or older). You must be 21 years or older to purchase handgun ammunition and handguns. CT, IL, MA, and NJ residents are required to show ID for ammunition orders. CA residents must ship ammunition to an FFL or ammo vendor. Additional restrictions may apply for DC, NY, HI, and AK. Due to DOT regulations, we cannot accept returns on ammunition. Please check that you are in compliance with local and state laws before placing your order. For safety reasons, always check that you are using the proper ammunition for your firearm.


     Handling firearms and firearm parts can expose you to lead and other petroleum products, which is known to the state of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov