I won't be using these at $2.25 a bullet either.I was just curious about them and split the cost of a box with a friend.I'm going to the range on Saturday to try them in my PCII but keeping it away from my Solo.As Chuck43 noted,the courts could have a hayday with a bullet that makes a 6in diameter hole in someone..In Nevada its sugested to use what the police use! When they start useing so will I. Most use Speer Gold Dot GDHP.
What a marketing idea!!Show the bad guy that bullet first. that should stop him in his tracks. then pistol whip the lawyer.
I wasn't either.I shot the 20 that I had last week out in the woods and blew up some planks on the side of an old barn.Won't be trying them out again.In the Georgia Outdoor Trader site I found a Youtube video of an independent test that was made on the G2 RIP ammo. It did not fair well in the real world. I'm not impressed!! Check it out:
G2 RIP R.I.P. 9mm Radically Invasive Projectile tested in ballistic gel test review - YouTube
You know, I have to disagree, respectfully.I agree. That round is a lawyers dream. Even if every other aspect of a shoot was considered legal and justified, the concept of premeditated murder would be front and center with these things.
Yes, but the ammo itself is the crime.In New Jersey it's a felony to own hollow points! I have been told or I read someplace(don't know how true) you can get 10 years per round you have! So depending on what state your in yes ammunition does make a difference!