5.7x28mm FN Specifications, this blog is for anyone wanting to purchase this ammo 5.7x28mm FN or also known as Sporting Round.
FN Herstal SS197SR FN 5.7x28mm Ammo 40 Grain Hornady V-Max offers the following information; FN USA is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of dependable, innovative, and high quality firearms for military, law enforcement, and marksmen! The Federal SS197SR, also known as the Sporting Round, is loaded with a 40 grain Hornady V-Max bullet. This V-Max bullet has a blue polymer tip which improves accuracy, creates rapid expansion, and brings the ricochet down to a minimum. This FN Sporting Rounds features a conventional jacketed lead core projectile with a polymer tip that is instead for target shooting, competition, and hunting. Fully compatible with a wide variety of Federal firearms, including the Five-seven pistols, FN PS90 carbines and FN P90 submachine guns, the 5.7x28mm load has been specifically tailored to exceed in several specialized roles. This small 5.7x28mm caliber centerfire cartridge was designed to maximize velocity. This FN SS197SR is distributed in the U.S. by Federal Cartridge Company and is ideally used for sports and training applications. FN 5.7x28mm is new production, non-corrosive ammunition in boxer primer, and reloadable brass cases.
- Firstly it’s loaded with a 40 grain Hornady V-Max bullet.
- This V-Max bullet has a blue polymer tip which improves accuracy.
- Makes quick expansion, and brings the ricochet down to a least..
- It has a conventional jacketed lead core projectile with a polymer tip.
- And is new in production, non-corrosive ammunition in boxer primer, and reloadable brass cases.
Description of 5.7x28mm FN 40 Grain
- MPN SS197SR
- UPC 818513003612
- Manufacturer FN AMMO
- Caliber 5.7X28MM AMMO
- Bullet Type Hornady V-Max
- Muzzle Velocity 2034 fps
- Muzzle Energy 256 ft. lbs.
- Primer Boxer
- Casing Brass
FN SS197SR is perfect for :
- Target shooting.
Hopefully you can now see the outstanding abilities that this ammunication contains and the Firearm used in firing this ammo is the FN Five-seveN, is a semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium. The pistol is named for its 5.7×28mm (.224 in) bullet diameter, and the trademark capitalization style is intended to emphasize the manufacturer’s initials—FN