New ‘R.I.P.’ bullet hailed as ‘one-shot man-stopper’

by Cheryl K. Chumley-The Washington Times  |  published on January 29, 2014

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A newly developed bullet from G2 Research is being billed as the last round a gun owner will ever need: a smashing hunk of copper with full metal jacket power to shred through solid objects and stop attackers in their tracks.

G2R, the Windsor, Ga., company that created the Radically Invasive Projectile, or R.I.P., says the bullet is like a full metal jacket when it strikes and is designed “to take out all your vital organs.”

“I wanted to create a round that would work well against a home intruder,” company president Cliff Brown told the Blaze. “There were so many stories out there about a woman trying to defend her home and having to shoot someone five or six times and they’d still come after her. We wanted to create an effective one-shot man-stopper.”

The bullet is made with trocar angles — edges with three angles that lead into a single point — which enable it cut through an object’s layers with greater speed and efficiency than other forms of ammunition, according to the company’s website.

“It is capable of going through barriers such as sheet rock, plywood, sheet metal or glass and still performs its original intent,” the site claims. “The bullet shreds through solid objects and only then, expands its energy.”

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