Question:To clear up some of the misinformation, this is a load that was developed for the FBI and is a lower velocity (1050 FPS) than the standard 165 (1150 FPS) I’ve heard that Speer discontinued this sku because it did not perform adequately.
Response:we will find out and update you accordingly.
Question:OK, So I am still confused. So, there is no difference between the 2 types of ammo it's just one was manufactured for the FBI so it has "FBI" on the box? Is there any difference in the specifications, or manufacturing process, or anything? Sounds to me like you are saying it is the exact same ammo just different labeling? Is that the case?
Response:Hi Donald, You are correct, other than the different SKU and markings, the Ammunition is the same spec as the other Gold Dot ammo. Thank you for buying 40 S&W ammo online at TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:What specifically makes this an FBI load?
Response:Hi Andrew, It was made specifically for them. Thank you for buying bulk ammo online at TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:Please help me out here I may be missing something critical. What is the actual difference between these two Law Enforcement designation rounds. Speer 40 S&W 165 grain
53949 vs 53970 I only see a $5 price tag for the three letters *FBI help please
Response:Hi Cyndee, This Speer Gold Dot LE Duty 40 S&W Ammo 165 Grain FBI Load JHP ammo was specifically made for the FBI, as for the price, it all depends on our cost. Thank you for buying 40 Cal ammo online at TargetSportsUSA.com