By Bob Owens
If you asked military, law enforcement, and “regular Joe” shooters in the late 1970s if they’d trust their lives to a gun that made extensive use of plastics, they would have likely laughed you out of the room.
Here in 2015, plastic-frame guns dominate law enforcement and commercial sales, and are popular in military units both domestically and overseas.
If you asked most military, law enforcement, and “regular Joe” shooters in 2015 if they’d trust their lives to a bullet that made extensive use of plastics, they’d likely laugh you out of the room… but should they?
Polycase Ammunition is betting that their polymer/copper injection-molded bullets may one day be as ubiquitous as Glocks, and based upon what we’re seeing in early tests from their Inceptor ARX line of self defense bullets, they may be on to something.
Those who have shot the Inceptor ARX note that it is low-recoiling*… which typically translates into faster and more accurate follow-up shots for the average shooter.
The Inceptor ARX is unique not just for its use of a polymer/copper bullet composition and its lighter weight/lower recoil, but for the shape of the bullet itself.
Instead of a now-traditional hollowpoint design for defensive ammunition, the Inceptor ARX …read more
Source:: Bearing Arms