.40 S&W/10mm 175 Gr. SWC - Sized to .401 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
For those wanting a SWC, accurate and cuts a clean hole in the target.
have not shot any of these yet but defiantly load much better & easier than plain cast lead. ready to go try some at the range. Unknown on 24th Mar 2017
You guys have hit the mark again. Bill Powell on 24th Feb 2017
Great service and quick delivery, as others have said.
Shooting these in IDPA using 3.2 - 3.4g W231 at COL of 1.125. Feed well and seem to shoot straight. I chamber check each reloaded round and sometimes find a little of the coating and lead was scraped off as the bullet was seated in the cartridge. Worth checking. Easy clean up.
Just bought 175g 40 S&W for 40-minor loads. Expecting more good results. Jeff on 15th Feb 2017
10mm/.40cal semiwadcutters are pretty rare. These come in great colors and show great accuracy in 10mm and .40 caliber. I shoot them in my S&W 610 revolver and have been very impressed. As always with Bayou Bullets they come in 100 count sample packs so you can try them out without a large financial investment. Check 'em out. Curtis Kennedy on 10th Oct 2016
For my M&P 40 I got reliable feeding when I got to an OAL of 1.17 inches, was about to give up. Now I have a fine feeder over 4.0 grains of WSF. It shoots softer than the minor load in 9mm I have worked up for my Gen 1 Glock 17. Tonerman on 4th Nov 2015
shoots good and works well in my glock 22 with loan wolf bbr. 2.8gr of E3 gets me 750FPS for a great 130PF load Unknown on 13th May 2015
Not Happy with other bullets in 40 Cal. this 175 Gr. SWC showed promise as I shoot 200 Gr.Lead SWCs. in 1911s with Great Success. Will my Glock 35 shoot these?!? The answer is YES!!! 4.2 Grs. Titegroup for 937.9 Fps 4.7 Grs. HP-38. for 935.Fps. 5.0 Grs. Unique for 969.1 Fps. All these loads are very accurate from offhand. I intend to back off on these loads to 800 to 900 Fps and hit the bench and find my perfect load. Overall length is 1.150 a bit long but no malfunctions at all!!! More loads to follow!!! Keith on 2nd Apr 2015