12 GA G2 Research RIP Ammo - 5rds

12 GA G2 Research RIP Ammo - 5rds

$59.99 $49.99

Order# RIP12

Order# RIP12

12ga 2 3/4"

The last round you'll ever need. This round has been in development for over three years, this 0.725-inch diameter 303 grain all-brass precision CNC machined slug uses the company’s R.I.P. technology, which releases six trocars (metal petals) into the target for “instant devastation”  Upon reaching a target, the six trocars open, detach and spread through the target six-inches wide, delivering nine to 11 inches of penetration. The slug’s .70 caliber base continues forward for another five to six inches.

The true effective performance expansion range for the round ranges from zero to 10 yards. Beyond that range, slug will begin to yaw, which could potentially affect the correct strike angle for it to open as designed.

Boasting an average velocity of 1430 FPS–depending on the barrel length—this new round isn’t meant to be fired in guns with rifling, compensators, chokes or modified barrel cylinders. The only type of barrel it can be safely used in is a smooth bore riot type shotgun barrel.

 “This 12 gauge round is very specific in its design and mission; that of a person defending his life and/or that of his family. The real question is how much value we put on put on our own life or that of those we are protecting,” G2 marketing director Mike Nickerson said in a statement.

5rds a Box


This item is restricted in the following cities and/or statesAK, HI, MA, NY, APO's, FPO's, PO Box's, Washington DC;  California Cities: Los Angeles, Yolo City, San Francisco, Sacramento, Oakland and Beverly Hills. Illinois Cities: Chicago. FOID Required for all IL Cities. ; CT, NJ: Pistol Permit# Required.  Please check your local State, County and City laws for restrictions on ammunition..





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