This is the last bullet you’ll ever need — watch and see the technology for yourself


B00Mer
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This is the last bullet you’ll ever need — watch and see the technology for yourself



G2R RIP 2014 - YouTube



The standard for anti-personnel bullets since time immemorial has always been the hollow point. It mushrooms out on impact, giving the bullet a much larger profile and stopping it inside the target. Unlike the full-metal jacket, which is designed to wound, it will more than likely not pass through what you’re aiming at.

However, since we started using weapons, humans have never stuck with the “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” philosophy and the bullet is not exempt. This newest anti-personnel round not only replaces the hollow point bullet, it also makes it look like a sissy.

Meet the RIP round from G2 Research. Not only does this bullet look scary, it does scary things. It was intended to be used for gun-toting women against would-be attackers, and it’s guaranteed to kill anyone dumb enough to assault anyone who has this in the chamber.

G2 calls it “the last round you will ever need” and describes its effects as “radically invasive.” As you’ll see in the video, the bullet doesn’t just stay in one piece upon entering it’s target. The round uses its forward momentum to send the edges of the bullet ripping apart into your attacker. This not only puts a round into the target, it also sends shrapnel into various parts of the body as well, effectively destroying vital organs.

At this time, G2 only has a 9mm version but plans to create various other calibers, including the 45 and shotgun slugs.
 
Sal
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I'm not going to watch it but guess those are the bullets that blow open like a flower and shred your guts yes?
 
eh1eh
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Quote:

anti-personnel bullets

Yep, the other type are pro personnel. lol.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by eh1ehView Post

Yep, the other type are pro personnel. lol.

lol....that made me laugh out loud
 
DaSleeper
#5
That ammunition would probably be prohibited for handguns in Canada, because it might fall under the "explosives act"
 
eh1eh
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Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

That ammunition would probably be prohibited for handguns in Canada, because it might fall under the "explosives act"

Or the don't be a brain dead murderer act.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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It is very important for these cartridges to be .. as stated in the video .. lead free. As it is ripping apart the internals of a person, it is very comforting for that person to know that he will not suffer the damages of lead poisoning.

They say its for law enforcement officers and civilians defending themselves but what makes anybody think these bullets will not get into criminals hands as well?
 
spaminator
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I think in the past they used sphere bullets. how do those compare to modern day bullets?
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

It is very important for these cartridges to be .. as stated in the video .. lead free. As it is ripping apart the internals of a person, it is very comforting for that person to know that he will not suffer the damages of lead poisoning.

They say its for law enforcement officers and civilians defending themselves but what makes anybody think these bullets will not get into criminals hands as well?

Nice to know that when a cop is "in fear for his life" from an unarmed teenager or an octogenarian, he can use a few of these to make sure nobody can dispute his testimony.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

It is very important for these cartridges to be .. as stated in the video .. lead free. As it is ripping apart the internals of a person, it is very comforting for that person to know that he will not suffer the damages of lead poisoning.

They say its for law enforcement officers and civilians defending themselves but what makes anybody think these bullets will not get into criminals hands as well?

Lead weights the bullet down.. this make them faster.. and as the spin, the teeth on the end are like a mini saw, cutting through just about anything they come in contact with..

To bad the 3 cops in Moncton didn't have this ammo, they may be alive today.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post


To bad the 3 cops in Moncton didn't have this ammo, they may be alive today.


You're kidding, right? You wanna explain how that works?

Oh yes, and do keep in mind, when you answer, that Justin Bourque was not shot by the Police.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

You're kidding, right? You wanna explain how that works?

Oh yes, and do keep in mind, when you answer, that Justin Bourque was not shot by the Police.

Don't make no difference. Texans (and even wannabes) believe that a bigger, more destructive gun is the answer to everything.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

You're kidding, right? You wanna explain how that works?

Oh yes, and do keep in mind, when you answer, that Justin Bourque was not shot by the Police.

Huh, I heard he was wounded. That's why they took him alive.. dam Internet, there just goes to show, don't believe everything you read online.

Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Don't make no difference. Texans (and even wannabes) believe that a bigger, more destructive gun is the answer to everything.



You mean it's not??
 

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