Now THIS Is a Home-Defense Round

Posted on February 5, 2014 9:00 pm

[G2R RIP 2014] (Viewer #1,723,386)

Also, an article from the Daily Mail doing their best tabloid-spin on it.

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5 Responses to “Now THIS Is a Home-Defense Round”

  1. Mike in OH says:

    Wow, need to start looking for this right away, before it gets banned!

  2. Steve says:

    I’ve heard some independent tests compare it to a 22lr in gelatin, though I’d like to try one myself and to have one for show.

  3. DamnCat says:

    Do people really want a self defense round that “effective against plywood, sheetrock, cinder block, sheet metal, autoglass”?

    Doesn’t come in .357 Magnum? Why? Seems like there’s more of a market for that than .357 Sig. But guess if you are already making 9mm projectiles you can just stick them on a .357 Sig case.

    With exception of the .380, 96 grains is a big step down from the typical projectile used in these calbers.

  4. LTC F says:

    I’ve seen the tests in gel. It’s crap, but well marketed crap. That and try going to trial and explaining to the jury why you were using ammo called RIP. A good hollow point is cheaper and better.

  5. Professor Hale says:

    I like all my ammo to have 6 miniature chain saws per round. Thanks to miniaturization, that will be possible in 2054. But miniaturized gasoline for the 2 cycle engines won’t be available until 2060.

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