Speeds, Feeds and Ballistics 40S&W — I Shot My Chronograph

mr.revolverguy | April 25th, 2019

Another episode of Speeds, Feeds and Ballistics this time with 40S&W. Much like the first video of testing 10MM through a pistol and carbine we put 40S&W through the same test. But this time I have a little bit of a surprise for everyone and no it is not the fact that I shot my chronograph.

Will Caliber Wars ever come to an end? So far I have tested 10MM and now 40S&W next up 9MM.

Is it really true that with the advancement in bullet technology caliber doesn’t matter anymore?

So what do you think is the ideal barrel length for 40S&W?

Leave your comments below.

Stay tuned to dayattherange.com for the 9mm comparison

 

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Alaskan Ballistics

Good stuff brother

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Also i think 5″ is necessary for. 40s&w though my 3.6″ Sig p239 does okay

CharlieBrassStuffer
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Very interesting test and results….all the platforms seem to exceed the FBI standards if you pay any attention to those.

Your in an exclusive club now…’MAN AGAINST MACHINE’…heheee…keep practicing and you’ll be able to center punch that pesky lil chrono!

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Wait till you hit one in the readout with a 45-70! 🙂

Jerry 1911
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Good tests, and great video. I don’t mean to sound negative, but if a projectile is .40 while in the case, and these had very obvious expansion, how could they be less diameter when opened? Did you mean to say these expanded .374″ beyond their original .40″? Again, I didn’t want to sound negative, since I love all of your videos, but I wouldn’t want you to confuse someone who may be new to this. You aren’t the first person to ever get a strike on your chronograph sun shade support, and I’m sure you won’t be the last. At… Read more »