Serious Stopping .223 Ammunition

Ripout Trident Ammunition
G2 Ripout Trident Ammunition
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Winder, GA -(Ammoland.com)- G2 Research announces a devastating new .223 round for hunting and tactical use.

The new G2 Research .223 Ripout “Trident” Round produces a massive wound channel that helps hunters achieve accurate, sure, swift and quick kills.

This new (and suppressor-friendly) round uses a fast-expanding, premium-grade copper alloy 65-grain bullet made by G2 Research in CNC machines. The Ripout brand Trident Round produces enormous hydrostatic shock and the bullet expands (or, more correctly, opens up) to a diameter of nearly three times its original diameter–and yet stays intact so the permanent wound channel is long as well as wide, resulting in incredibly quick kills.

G2 bullets are precision machined one by one in highly specialized CNC machines and engineered to fully expand within the first inch of impact. This controlled expansion results in the opening of three large copper petals called tridents.

The G2 Ripout Round accomplishes this expansion at a barrel-conserving 2,840 FPS velocity, yet the bullet shank remains attached to the now-expanded bullet petals for deep, controlled penetration.

Product Specifications:

  • Caliber: .223 Remington
  • Velocity: 2,840 FPS
  • Bullet: 65-grain, CNC-manufactured copper alloy hollow-point Spitzer boattail
  • MSRP: $54.99 box of 20.

Again, each bullet is precision-made on a CNC machine to achieve the controlled, devastating ballistic result.

About G2 Research

G2 Research specializes in the evolution of ammunition. Solid copper fracturing R.I.P. and RipOut, Maximum Expansion Trident & Cold Tracer V.I.P. Round

For more information, please visit www.G2RAmmo.com.

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Mike11C
Mike11C
6 years ago

$55 for 20 rounds? Surely, this must be a joke.

Dr. Strangelove
Dr. Strangelove
6 years ago

Early reports are saying that the mere sight of this ammo will scare the game to death.

Walter pipkin
Walter pipkin
6 years ago

I am supprised ATF hasn’t come after this round. Just think of the damage it would do after going through a bullet proof vest. A typical bullet proof vest will only enhance the performance of a rifle bullet. Just ask the two Alaska State Troopers. Give me AP any day..