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Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:07:15 AM EDT
Originally Posted By m1a1t1t2:
http://thelibertydigest.com/2014/01/24/the-new-ammunition-that-has-gun-owners-drooling/


These things are pretty sweet.
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Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:22:39 AM EDT
I can't wait for the 45 LC load so I can use them in my Taurus Judge.
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Originally Posted By pcal765:
How does this do on penetrating clothing?

It looks at first glance like it would have more difficulty getting through heavy clothing than a standard hollow point.

And..isn't this just a Black Talon round with a few more "petals"?
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They want you to believe each petal in centripetal action creates a saw effect......seemed to work on a water balloon I guess
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:44:37 AM EDT
Must be good stuff. The guy in the video uses the Operator Whisper

Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:50:05 AM EDT
Originally Posted By m1a1t1t2:
http://thelibertydigest.com/2014/01/24/the-new-ammunition-that-has-gun-owners-drooling/


These things are pretty sweet.
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Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:02:48 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By pcal765:
How does this do on penetrating clothing?

It looks at first glance like it would have more difficulty getting through heavy clothing than a standard hollow point.

And..isn't this just a Black Talon round with a few more "petals"?
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Originally Posted By pcal765:
How does this do on penetrating clothing?

It looks at first glance like it would have more difficulty getting through heavy clothing than a standard hollow point.

And..isn't this just a Black Talon round with a few more "petals"?



* Defeats all known barriers such as sheet metal, sheet rock, windshields, plywood, heavy winter clothing



all know barriers. Clothing should be no problem, hell it would probably lay waste to chuck norris leather and i'm sure three inches of titanium covered in a thin layer of kryptonite would be no problem either
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:15:30 AM EDT
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I see congress jumping all over this ... Seems very (Familiar)
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:15:59 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By joshdunn:
Seems like a prosecuting attorney's wet dream
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I wouldn't carry that shit and I live in the Gunshine State.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:18:12 AM EDT
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No thanks
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:25:31 AM EDT
Trocar bro's.
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Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:29:19 AM EDT
in.
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Originally Posted By Buckshot556:
Wouldn't wanna get shot with that, that's for sure
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If I had to pick between a 9mm gold dot, a 9mm FMJ, a 9mm RIP, or a 22lr:

I'd pick the 9mm RIP. I know it's pretty unlikely to kill me.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:32:24 AM EDT
I'm pretty happy with my ammo selection but if you're into the firearms business you should really look into making some sort of a mount or riser that would bring the optic up farther away from the bore so I don't have to hunch down and strain to use it.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:36:25 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By MshakeMO:
I'm pretty happy with my ammo selection but if you're into the firearms business you should really look into making some sort of a mount or riser that would bring the optic up farther away from the bore so I don't have to hunch down and strain to use it.
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Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:59:48 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By TexasDoubleTap:
<a href="http://s46.photobucket.com/user/mordifie/media/Modsatwork.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f136/mordifie/Modsatwork.jpg</a>
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some just want so bad to disengage discussion of anything to the new industry
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 7:59:53 AM EDT
I want some of that ammo from "Riddick"
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:00:07 AM EDT
Holy hell this thread hasn't been locked yet?
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:01:43 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By bagofcrabs65:
Is Jesse Jackson going to come out and say it was made to kill black people?
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Probably.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:13:51 AM EDT
Someone buy it and send to box of truth.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:20:55 AM EDT
Stan? Is that you?

Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:22:09 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By EvilApplesauce:


this
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Originally Posted By EvilApplesauce:
Originally Posted By C-4:

Is that real ballistic gelatin? It looks thinner. The pieces that break off have no penetration. The single piece that penetrates deeper doesn't expand. Explain to me why this round is better than 9mm FMJ? It has a smaller diameter than 9mm so will do even less damage than. 9mm FMJ. Pure gimmick and I would strongly recommend staying away from it.

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this
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Originally Posted By Zhukov:
That looks more like Perma-Gel than calibrated BG to me...


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Thank you. So we don't even know if it reaches the 10 to 12" of recommended penetration in calibrated ballistic gelatin. Pass.
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Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:34:59 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By sigp226:

Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?
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Originally Posted By sigp226:

Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?



since when?....

http://www.midwayusa.com/brand/copper-only-projectiles-cop
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:37:26 AM EDT
That has got to be illegal
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:38:20 AM EDT
Didn't see any of the blocks having a bb track, to check calibration...


But I'm sure the ammo will be more than adequate to put down the violent overthrow that is currently being plotted by watermelons everywhere.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:40:45 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By C-4:


Thank you. So we don't even know if it reaches the 10 to 12" of recommended penetration in calibrated ballistic gelatin. Pass.
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Originally Posted By C-4:
Originally Posted By EvilApplesauce:
Originally Posted By C-4:

Is that real ballistic gelatin? It looks thinner. The pieces that break off have no penetration. The single piece that penetrates deeper doesn't expand. Explain to me why this round is better than 9mm FMJ? It has a smaller diameter than 9mm so will do even less damage than. 9mm FMJ. Pure gimmick and I would strongly recommend staying away from it.

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this
from another thread

Originally Posted By Zhukov:
That looks more like Perma-Gel than calibrated BG to me...


<SNIP>


Thank you. So we don't even know if it reaches the 10 to 12" of recommended penetration in calibrated ballistic gelatin. Pass.



Yeah, they state 16" but I'm sure that's bogus. I actually think there may be merit with shedding the petals as secondary projectiles but breaking out 8 may be too small for any meaningful penetration, even if it's not 12". 4 might work.

As a rule, I am skeptical of any ammo company that reach when using technical terms like "center of mass" "acoustic wave" "predictable vectors" to obfuscate bullshit.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:43:54 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By 35mm_Shooter:



Yeah, they state 16" but I'm sure that's bogus. I actually think there may be merit with shedding the petals as secondary projectiles but breaking out 8 may be too small for any meaningful penetration, even if it's not 12". 4 might work.

As a rule, I am skeptical of any ammo company that reach when using technical terms like "center of mass" "acoustic wave" "predictable vectors" to obfuscate bullshit.
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Originally Posted By 35mm_Shooter:
Originally Posted By C-4:
Originally Posted By EvilApplesauce:
Originally Posted By C-4:

Is that real ballistic gelatin? It looks thinner. The pieces that break off have no penetration. The single piece that penetrates deeper doesn't expand. Explain to me why this round is better than 9mm FMJ? It has a smaller diameter than 9mm so will do even less damage than. 9mm FMJ. Pure gimmick and I would strongly recommend staying away from it.

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this
from another thread

Originally Posted By Zhukov:
That looks more like Perma-Gel than calibrated BG to me...


<SNIP>


Thank you. So we don't even know if it reaches the 10 to 12" of recommended penetration in calibrated ballistic gelatin. Pass.



Yeah, they state 16" but I'm sure that's bogus. I actually think there may be merit with shedding the petals as secondary projectiles but breaking out 8 may be too small for any meaningful penetration, even if it's not 12". 4 might work.

As a rule, I am skeptical of any ammo company that reach when using technical terms like "center of mass" "acoustic wave" "predictable vectors" to obfuscate bullshit.


It sounds like they dance around any terms or metrics of legitimate measurement of performance. "But hey we have cool videos!" Extreme Shock anyone?

The supposed blog writing about this ammo is shilling for it more than the videos......"G2 Research has released a new ammo that is taking the market by storm and has gun owners all over the country trying to find where to pick some up." Hahahahahah.
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Originally Posted By aeroworksxp:
Originally Posted By MshakeMO:
I'm pretty happy with my ammo selection but if you're into the firearms business you should really look into making some sort of a mount or riser that would bring the optic up farther away from the bore so I don't have to hunch down and strain to use it.



http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d37/madcratebuilder/421scope01.jpg

Swing and a miss.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:47:02 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By MshakeMO:
I'm pretty happy with my ammo selection but if you're into the firearms business you should really look into making some sort of a mount or riser that would bring the optic up farther away from the bore so I don't have to hunch down and strain to use it.
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GREAT QUESTION!
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:51:15 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By sigp226:

Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?
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Originally Posted By sigp226:

Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?

Solid copper is fine. Solid brass is a no go as it would be AP.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:55:50 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By AMTguy:


This site has a history of shills. Basically, people with low post counts making posts about gimmicky new gun stuff and asking for opinions all the while basically providing free advertisement for the new product. Typically, the person making the post is tied to the company in someway. Do a search for Anderson Manufacturing's AR15 "top of the line".

Cliffnotes: you're being (passive aggressively) accused of being a shill for Liberty Defense. We eat our own here. Sometimes it's justified. Mostly it's not.

FIFMyself
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Originally Posted By AMTguy:
Originally Posted By m1a1t1t2:
Am I missing something here ?


This site has a history of shills. Basically, people with low post counts making posts about gimmicky new gun stuff and asking for opinions all the while basically providing free advertisement for the new product. Typically, the person making the post is tied to the company in someway. Do a search for Anderson Manufacturing's AR15 "top of the line".

Cliffnotes: you're being (passive aggressively) accused of being a shill for Liberty Defense. We eat our own here. Sometimes it's justified. Mostly it's not.

FIFMyself

You sure do seem to have this site figured out.

Pretty impressive for the join date.

Familiar?
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:59:05 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:


If I had to pick between a 9mm gold dot, a 9mm FMJ, a 9mm RIP, or a 22lr:

I'd pick the 9mm RIP. I know it's pretty unlikely to kill me.
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Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:
Originally Posted By Buckshot556:
Wouldn't wanna get shot with that, that's for sure


If I had to pick between a 9mm gold dot, a 9mm FMJ, a 9mm RIP, or a 22lr:

I'd pick the 9mm RIP. I know it's pretty unlikely to kill me.



Do you have a 12 inch blubberbelt protecting all of your vital organs? Because, the idea of multiple brass darts radiating through my midsection, seems less appealing than a single .22
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 9:02:52 AM EDT
Im not a familiar or trying to advertise for any company. I just have never seen those before and thought they were interesting. If I would have said " look at these stupied shitty bullets that these people arr trying to make cool that obviously dont work well at all" then you guys wouldn't have accused me.
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Fuck it. I'm in
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Originally Posted By BillofRights:



Do you have a 12 inch blubberbelt protecting all of your vital organs? Because, the idea of multiple brass darts radiating through my midsection, seems less appealing than a single .22
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Originally Posted By BillofRights:
Originally Posted By ragedracer1977:
Originally Posted By Buckshot556:
Wouldn't wanna get shot with that, that's for sure


If I had to pick between a 9mm gold dot, a 9mm FMJ, a 9mm RIP, or a 22lr:

I'd pick the 9mm RIP. I know it's pretty unlikely to kill me.



Do you have a 12 inch blubberbelt protecting all of your vital organs? Because, the idea of multiple brass darts radiating through my midsection, seems less appealing than a single .22


Looking at the gel, which is almost certainly not calibrated, none of those little pieces went more than a few inches deep. In real ballistic gel, I bet they don't perform an better than birdshot. So, yeah, a .22 is more dangerous.
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Originally Posted By Tolip:
I wonder how those bullets would do at very high velocities like in a .357 Sig carbine or something. Over-expansion isn't an issue.
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Hell.. It may break up when it hits atmosphere right outside of the muzzle.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 9:14:37 AM EDT
Low post count member promoting a sketchy product ........... Shocking!!!!!






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Originally Posted By m1a1t1t2:
Im not a familiar or trying to advertise for any company. I just have never seen those before and thought they were interesting. If I would have said " look at these stupied shitty bullets that these people arr trying to make cool that obviously dont work well at all" then you guys wouldn't have accused me.
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You've got to have pretty thick skin around here my friend.

Also. You should get this for your avatar.
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Originally Posted By savage_winchester:


You've got to have pretty thick skin around here my friend.

Also. You should get this for your avatar.
http://i.imgur.com/nqFEc0c.gif
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Originally Posted By savage_winchester:
Originally Posted By m1a1t1t2:
Im not a familiar or trying to advertise for any company. I just have never seen those before and thought they were interesting. If I would have said " look at these stupied shitty bullets that these people arr trying to make cool that obviously dont work well at all" then you guys wouldn't have accused me.


You've got to have pretty thick skin around here my friend.

Also. You should get this for your avatar.
http://i.imgur.com/nqFEc0c.gif


If he wants a good avatar he should pay and get one from me.
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Originally Posted By joshdunn:
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Agree. Protect yourself with this and you're the bad guy.
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Originally Posted By C-4:


Thank you. So we don't even know if it reaches the 10 to 12" of recommended penetration in calibrated ballistic gelatin. Pass.
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Originally Posted By C-4:
Originally Posted By EvilApplesauce:
Originally Posted By C-4:

Is that real ballistic gelatin? It looks thinner. The pieces that break off have no penetration. The single piece that penetrates deeper doesn't expand. Explain to me why this round is better than 9mm FMJ? It has a smaller diameter than 9mm so will do even less damage than. 9mm FMJ. Pure gimmick and I would strongly recommend staying away from it.

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this
from another thread

Originally Posted By Zhukov:
That looks more like Perma-Gel than calibrated BG to me...


<SNIP>


Thank you. So we don't even know if it reaches the 10 to 12" of recommended penetration in calibrated ballistic gelatin. Pass.


Actually its Clear Ballistic gel. its on par with calibrated ordnance gel. As for the bullet design its just a pin grabber mod to the old Lehigh subsonic. Nothing new..


BTW is there any of you that can do the cool operator voice and has the beard but no hair taciticool look to ya. I need a spokes model..
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 9:48:40 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By sigp226:

Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?
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Originally Posted By sigp226:

Awesome gif!

Aren't solid copper handgun bullets a no-no?


copper HP is Ok.. Brass is no go..
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did I get in??
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Seems like a prosecuting attorney's wet dream
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That was my initial take-away.
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