[VIDEO] ‘The Last Round You’ll Ever Need’Posted: January 27, 2014
New copper bullet EXPLODES on impact
Anything with a name like “Radically Invasive Projectile” will undoubtedly interest loyal punditfromanotherplanet readers. Including firearms enthusiasts, pyrotechnics hobbyists, law enforcement officials, reformed home-invasion hobbyists, concerned part-time burglars, probation officers, ballistics video aficionados, women sharpshooters, men sharpshooters, gun-haters, gun-lovers, anxious Mother Jones readers, NRA members, Huffington Post crybabies, gun grabbers, gun store clerks, retired military personal, security guards, teachers, and elected officials. And, well, folks who enjoy watching stuff blow up. In concrete. Or gelatin. In slow motion.
G2 Research’s Radically Invasive Projectile (R.I.P.) copper-tipped bullet makes a stunning explosive mess in the company’s new promotional video, and it’s hard to image the effect on people being much prettier.
The 96-grain round sheds about half its weight due to designed fragmentation, spreading through targets at an aggressively destructive pace, favoring multiple entry wounds over the deeper, narrower penetration of traditional ammunition.
G2 describes the result as “devastating,” and advertises the R.I.P. as “the last round you’ll ever need.”
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