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20 Rounds of .223 Ammo by G2 Research Trident - 65gr HP

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds
Manufacturer - G2 RIP
Bullets - 65 grain trident supersonic
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


G2 Research, made famous for their frangible bullets, offers here another masterpiece of destruction. These Trident 'RIP OUT' cartridges fire a specially designed 65-grain hollow-point bullet that can expand up to three times its original size on impact. The bullet itself is made entirely of copper, which is why it has such unique terminal behavior. As advertised, these Super Sonic rounds travel at a blistering 2,840 feet per second out of the barrel. These are a must-have for anybody looking to milk the most power out of the terminal behavior of their .223 caliber rifle.

The G2 Research Trident 65-grain Hollow Point bullet travels at 2,840 feet per second and produces 1,164 foot-pounds of energy at the muzzle. Its boxer-primed brass casing can be reloaded safely. The cartridges are packaged in a sealed plastic tub containing 20 rounds.

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