PolyCase Ammunition’s Innovative Polymer Bullet Design

PolyCase Ammunition Cu/P Projectiles
PolyCase Ammunition Cu/P Projectiles
PolyCase Ammunition
PolyCase Ammunition

Savannah, GA –-(Ammoland.com)- For PolyCase Ammunition, makers of ammunition for the 21st century, utilizing the 100-year-old process of cold forming bullets never entered into the manufacturing equation.

Employing a technically advanced and fully automated injection-molding process, PolyCase Ammunition produces lighter, faster, extremely accurate yet cost competitive bullets – free of lead, environmentally safe and range compliant.

PolyCase Ammunition developed Cu/P material –– a proprietary lead-free copper alloy with a high-tensile strength nylon binder –– specifically for projectiles. Coupled with the patent-pending injection molding process which generates no hazardous waste streams, it produces bullets that weigh 30% less than lead core bullets. Engineered to display uniformity in both concentricity and weight, this technological advancement manifests itself as a lightweight bullet that flies faster and flatter, resulting in higher velocities and match-grade accuracy.

The faster velocities reduce recoil and lower muzzle rise, allowing for quicker follow-up shots and making a day at the range fun for everyone from beginners and small statured shooters to long-time shooters and grand masters.

“PolyCase Cu/P projectiles really offer our shooting public partners the best of both worlds. They bring high velocity, toughness and exceptional accuracy to the table in addition to the increased safety of very low risk of ricochet,” said Paul Lemke, Founder and CEO.

Safe for handguns, rifles and suppressors, PolyCase manufacturers Cu/P bullets in four profiles:

  • RNP (Round Nose Precision) & TNP (Truncated Nose Precision): both profiles deliver predictable performance and match grade accuracy. Designed to be range compliant and approved for use on steel targets with significantly reduced ricochet.
  • ARX (Advanced Rotation eXtreme): Ideal self-defense projectile with a revolutionary, non-expanding patent-pending design that transfers force to targets in a new, highly-effective way and produces exceptional penetration while mitigating the risk of over penetration.
  • FireFly: PolyCase Ammunition’s tracer bullet! Visible in full daylight, the bright tracer compound allows shooters to track their shots from muzzle to target, making it ideal for duty, defense, training or a fun day at the range.

These cutting edge copper-polymer matrix (Cu/P) projectiles require no special reloading techniques beyond expanding the case mouth an adequate amount to avoid shaving the bullet when seated. The RNP and TNP bullet profiles and load data will soon be available for reloading.

Polycase Inceptor 9MM Firefly Tracer Rounds
Polycase Inceptor 9MM Firefly Tracer Rounds

For more information and to view the entire product line visit: www.polycaseammo.com or www.facebook.com/PolyCaseAmmunition or email PolyCase Ammunition at [email protected]

PolyCase Ammunition is a precision injection molding company located in Savannah, Georgia. Veteran-owned and operated, PolyCase develops, manufactures, markets and sells premium, patent-pending, injection-molded, competitively-priced small arms ammunition products to sportsmen and Law Enforcement professionals. Made in the USA, using over ninety years of collective advanced design, materials and manufacturing experience; PolyCase brings technologically advanced, yet affordable ammunition options to the shooting public. For additional information, visit www.polycaseammo.com.

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J Striker
J Striker
2 years ago

To all the whiners+crybabies saying that the company isn’t responding….do you realize you’re in the comments section of an Ammoland.com article? Has the internet sucked you in so deep, you don’t remember how to live your life outside of it? Do you remember how to look up a phone number+make a phone call? The company has a telephone there, meant for people to call. BTW…to the baby who claims to shoot 10K rounds every summer…I bet you haven’t got out of your Lazyboy since 1994. 10k my azz!

Bill Meringer
Bill Meringer
2 years ago

We have the capability to manufacture Poly Case Bullets and would like to know if you are interested in working with us. If so, please contact me. Bill Meringer, Cell (973) 903-0543, Moldamatic, http://www.moldamatic.com

JON ALLIE
JON ALLIE
3 years ago

Why don’t you add graphene to your copper mix. You can either add as a powder or via bonding to the copper alloy using covetics. Also, a new process invented in California allows perfect nano graphene to be made from the Cabon dioxide in the air. Also, there’s a new polymer invented in a IBM Lab by accident which when mixed with graphene powder is 3X harder than Depleted Uranium. And I happened to notice the bullet on the right to be a new THV high velocity design – ok, make it harder than depleted uranium and use this high… Read more »

Mike Barnett
Mike Barnett
4 years ago

I wonder if any of the above commenters even realize they are not addressing the manufacturer…

jim
jim
4 years ago

Notice no one will answer when these projectiles will be ready for reloading sales. It’s because the questions don’t matter to them. Just because of the simple questions from potential customers hasnt been answered in a year, i will never purchase their products. Too bad polycase, i buy almost 10k 45acp every summer and i was almost tempted to try. Not a chance, if your customers don’t matter to you, you dont matter to me

mary sarro
mary sarro
4 years ago

will your matrix bullets be available to reloaders ? how will the cost compare to lead?

Joseph Bushee
Joseph Bushee
5 years ago

What calibers does it come in?
Looking for Shooting Range ammunition.

Leslie Spradling
Leslie Spradling
5 years ago

Will this ever be available for reloading

Ron Donovan
Ron Donovan
5 years ago

Interested in reloading information and potential cost of these bullets

James in NC
James in NC
5 years ago

Since weight if a factor in many shooting applications, these bullets will not perform well in them. Like any long distance shooting.

teebonicus
teebonicus
5 years ago

Since weight is critical to impetus and inertia, do these so-called “wonder bullets” carry enough WHUMP! to get the job done in the field?