Ammo Review: Streak Ammunition, Space Force in a box (VIDEO)
By Noah Alkinburgh
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to attend something like the Night Shoot at the Knob Creek range, you know the cool factor that comes from seeing tracer rounds scream down range. Streak Ammunition by Ammo Inc. promises the same excitement, but without the danger. Advertised as a non-incendiary visual ammo, Streak uses “exclusive patented technology…to see the projectile’s path towards its target.” In other words, it’s a tracer that won’t burn down an indoor or outdoor range on fire!
To get the best use out of the ammo, the manufacturer suggests using it at an indoor range at dusk. Being completely impatient, though, I brought it out on the range during the day – at nearly noon on June 21, the longest day of sunlight all year – instead of waiting for nighttime. Needless to say, it didn’t work very well under those conditions. But you can’t blame me for trying! So, I waited for the sun to set.
The Streak ammo tested was 9mm 147-grain jacketed ball ammo that moves at approximately 900fps at the muzzle. But it’s also available in most major handgun calibers in both jacketed target ammo and defensive hollow point versions. The price point starts at