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|Bullet Weight||162 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.45 ACP (Auto)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1095|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||421|
The 45 ACP came out in 1904 and was the featured caliber of the timeless M1911. Now one of the most popular self defense rounds in the world, the 45 ACP continues to be a fan favorite for the American shooter. This round delivers the reliability and stopping power needed for self defense applications.
G2 Research leads the charge in innovative ammunition, making the new 100% copper radically invasive projectile (R.I.P.). These light for the caliber projectiles weight in at 162 grains and consist of 8 individual pedals with trocar tips. Upon impact, these 8 pedals mushroom out and break off of the base creating 8 individual wound channels in a circular pattern. The base continues to travel through the initial wound channel providing deeper penetration than the other 8 pedals. This results is very efficient energy transfer and provides the terminal performance needed to stop a treat.
With these 45 ACP R.I.P. rounds, G2 Research states that you will see 13"-16" of penetration from the base of the projectile as well as a 6.6"-8" diameter spread on the 8 pedals.
Pick up a couple 20 round boxes of this innovative new 45 ACP ammunition from G2 Research today!
perform as advertised
Review by turtle
have shot this round into water at a self test all petals were removed from the main ball all in different directions but have had a feeding issue with more than one brand of firearm have to place a fmj in the magazine as the second round to feed properly both brands are well known springfield and colt both had the same feed issue
(Posted on 1/4/2020)
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Mean self defense round
Review by Rampage
I don’t shoot these often, about twice a year to make sure I’m familiar with how it shoots in my carry weapon. I’ve never had any issues with it firing, I’ve had no problems with accuracy, and the ballistic gel tests I’ve seen have seemed impressive.
(Posted on 10/17/2019)
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