SIG Sauer introduced several new additions to its Elite Performance ammunition line, adding additional bullet options in .40 S&W and .45 ACP, and expanding its cartridge catalog to include the 10 mm Auto. In addition to its existing 165-gr. .40 S&W offering, SIG is now also producing a 180-gr. V-Crown Jacketed Hollow Point bullet. And complimenting its existing 200-gr. .45 ACP load are the new 185-gr. and 230-gr. V-Crown JHP options. The first two 10 mm Auto offerings to the Elite Performance line will both be 180-gr bullets—one a V-Crown-topped self-defense load, and the other a full-metal-jacket target load. SIG’s proprietary V-Crown design provides controlled, uniform expansion in a cartridge with enhanced lubricity, superior corrosion resistance and reliable feeding and extraction in semi-automatic pistols. For more visit SIGsauer.com
SIG Expands Ammunition Line
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