Tuesday, January 28, 2014

G2R's RIP Bullet Explodes, Expands And Results In A Slow Painful Death

The G2 Research, Radically Invasive Projectile (RIP)

The bullet hits like a full metal jacket, but explodes and expands once it pentrates object.

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 28, 2014

The new G2 Research (G2R) 9MM bullet known as the Radically Invasive Projectile (RIP) has been invented and will be distributed throughout the ammunition market around the U.S. The RIP bullet can hit solid objects like a metal jacket metal bullet and won't ricochet or go through your home wall. The bullet explodes inside a body by its trocar angles with edges having three angels reaching one point to allow it to expand inside flesh or similar substance.
The RIP splits into nine copper needles and once inside the flesh, it spreads out in the body as it was intended to do.
The injuries caused by the RIP are not quick life threatening, but can cause a slow and painful death. Since, it has a less stopping power than the hollow point and won't penetrate right through the body. The hollow point makes a bigger hole and carries a punch.
The RIP will most likely cause considerable damage to someone due to a loss of blood compared to the hollow point, which is actually fatal and can damage organs.
The hollow point is deadly compared to the RIP, which some gun owners rather use the hollow point at home for protection.
Some gun owners call it the Obamacare bullet, because the victim will need long term medical care, if shot with a RIP.

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