G2 Research (G2R) 300 Blackout Supersonic Ripout Ammunition features a unique one hundred percent copper trocar design which gives it the ability to not only penetrate deep into a target but also fragment in fluid. Upon entering a gel or fluid the 6 trocars break from the base at 2 separate depths creating 6 additional wound channels as the base continues on course. This penetration and separation delivers not only a maximum shock wave but a larger wound path as well.
This is loaded ammunition.
Caliber: .300 Blackout
Weight: 110 gr.
Bullet: Rip Out Hollow Point
Velocity: 2100 fps
Energy: 1077 ft. lbs.
Base Penetration: 18-22 in.
Wound Channels: 7
About the Manufacturer:
G2 Research made big waves in the personal defense world when it released its Radically Invasive Projectile (R.I.P.) in the major pistol calibers. The R.I.P. utilized a solid copper fragmenting hollow point design to cause massive trauma in the first 12" of penetration. More recently, G2 Research has applied their R.I.P. concept to their "Rip Out" and "Trident" rifle rounds as well as their Civic Duty pistol ammo.
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