Elite 40 S&W 180GR JFP Long 1.175 OAL Major (Out of Stock)



Product Description

40 S&W 180GR JFP 1.175 OAL

Bullet: 180GR JFP

Velocity: 940 FPS ±

OAL: 1.175


The 40S&W Long, a stock item at Atlanta Arms, was originally designed as a major power factor ammo for the AMU Action pistol team and STI. The 40S&W Long is a round that is ideal for the 1911/2011 style pistol with a longer chamber. Major Power Factor – 165 USE/SPORT: 1911/2011 style pistols for USPSA and IDPA Match



Box- 50 Rounds 




  • Weight: 1.5 lb
  • Width: 6.5 in
  • Depth: 1.5 in
  • Height: 3.5 in

6 reviews

Awesome results for 4 years already!

Posted by on December 24, 2018

I`ve been using this ammo for the fourth consecutive year. No problems with feeding and a consistent Power Factor honor all advertisement of their website

Nice and clean

Posted by on July 25, 2016

Better than I reload myself

Very Happy

Posted by Ryan Anderson on May 18, 2016

I love this ammo. It ships very fast first of all. And it shoots wonderful. Has been one of my go to choices as far as accountability and quality control. My only negative would be that more of the reloads at a better price point would be available. Every time I go to place an order I have to buy new because the reloads aren’t available and since I do not reload the cheaper reload options from precision delta are more financially feasible.


Posted by Al Campo on April 14, 2016

This is an awesome ammo. I’ve been using it in my shooting competition . Tried and tested. Customer’s service is very helpful.

High quality and reliable

Posted by Will Melton on March 28, 2016

I just switched to Atlanta Arms Ammo. Great choice. This ammo is consistent and obviously high quality. I also purchased the same ammo at the select level for practice. Outstanding practice and competition combination. Very professional and responsive customer service. Well packed and arrived quickly.

Great Products, Service at AAA

Posted by Ken Dowdy on March 14, 2016

Ammo was great as usual. Ran a 175 power factor at AL State, which seems a tad hot.