The next step in bullet evolution: The Radically Invasive Projectile (RIP)

Do you have any idea about where the next generation bullets are going, and how the innovations being implemented in the firearms industry? This is an example of a high-tech bullet available on the maket. RIP or Radically Invasive Projectile in which the projectile material is not completely surrounded by a sheathing material, but is exposed in the region of the shoot tip. The projectiles of modern weapons are usually made of relatively soft lead which by a jacket made of a relatively hard material such as copper or a copper alloy such as tombac is wrapped. Due to the lead, the projectile receives the high density which is important for its ballistic performance, and the hard shell can withstand the demands of firing with modern smoke-weaker powders. What are your thoughts about the video? Leave a comment below.

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