girlSHOT’s Concealed Carry Ammo Compact features Shell Shock NAS3 Casings

The girlSHOT Concealed Carry Ammo Compact is a unique, soft-touch concealed carry compact case that hides 10 personal defense rounds in a secret compartment. 

girlSHOT Concealed Carry Compact
girlSHOT Concealed Carry Compact

Shell Shock Technologies

Westport, Conn. (Ammoland.com) – Shell Shock Technologies, LLC., an early stage technology and manufacturing company focused on developing innovative case technologies for the ammunition industry, announces that girlSHOT has launched its Concealed Carry Ammo Compact, which hides 10 personal defense rounds featuring Shell Shock Technologies’ revolutionary NAS3 casings in a secret compartment.

girlSHOT, LLC is a woman-owned, managed and operated company focused on providing high-quality products for women shooters, advocating personal safety and family protection. With that in mind, its first product is the Concealed Carry Ammo Compact. The unique, soft-touch concealed carry compact case includes a mirror inside the lid; however, when the inner lid is opened a hidden inner compartment is revealed. This compartment holds 10 personal protection 9mm Luger rounds that combine NAS3 case technology with Full Stop expanding solid-copper hollow-point bullets. The case heads have been anodized a beautiful “Santa Fe” blue exclusively for girlSHOT. The MSRP is $49.95. The girlSHOT themed Personal Protection 9mm Luger rounds are also available in a box of 20 from Shell Shock Technologies for $24.95.

“We are pleased to welcome key industry influencers and retail partners to our early stage brand and product development and thrilled to have Shell Shock Technologies’ NAS3 casings premier our signature release,” said Linda Miller, President. “girlSHOT resonates with our female customers and we are delighted to bring them something new and exciting!”

girlSHOT 20-round refill signature box.
girlSHOT 20-round refill signature box.

“girlSHOT is an important voice in the firearms marketplace and we are delighted to have our NAS3 casings be part of the debut of its Concealed Carry Ammo Compact. We think the compact is a great idea and the perfect gift for that female shooter in your life,” said Craig Knight, CEO of Shell Shock Technologies.

About Shell Shock’s NAS3 Cases:

Shell Shock’s NAS3 9mm cases are 50 percent lighter than brass cases, offer greater lubricity and will not abrade, clog, foul, wear-out or damage breach and ejector mechanisms. The cases offer greater corrosion resistance, tensile strength (2x stronger) and elasticity than brass. NAS3 cases will not split, chip, crack or grow (stretch) and are fully reloadable (using S3 Reload dies) and can be reloaded many more times than brass cases. 9mm NAS3 cases have been tested successfully by customers to pressures over 70k psi. NAS3 cases can be picked up with a magnet. The head can be colored for branding purposes and easy load identification.

NAS3 is “Best in Class” for maintaining consistent velocity between rounds. In an independent test performed by H.P. White Laboratory (a major munitions testing facility), rounds fired using NAS3 cases achieved a velocity standard deviation of 0.093 FPS (124-grain FMJ bullet, 4.2 grains Titegroup powder, 10 rounds, extreme variation 3fps).

To learn more about Shell Shock’s revolutionary technology, visit www.shellshocktech.com.

About Shell Shock Technologies, LLC:

Founded in Westport, Connecticut, in 2015, Shell Shock Technologies, LLC is an early stage technology and manufacturing company focused on developing innovative case technologies for the ammunition industry. Shell Shock is a component manufacturer supplying shell cases to the shooting sports market, as well as to U.S. and foreign ammunition manufacturers, law enforcement, military and other government agencies. Shell Shock does not load ammunition. www.shellshocktech.com

About girlSHOT:

girlSHOT is a lifestyle brand advocating personal safety and family protection owned, managed and represented by female shooters. Innovative Design and Branding has a shelf enhancement quality with competitive flair and Industry presence. Ammunition is manufactured in Kentucky and sold by Shell Shock Technologies, LLC. www.girlshotusa.com.

  • 6 thoughts on “girlSHOT’s Concealed Carry Ammo Compact features Shell Shock NAS3 Casings

    1. This is for when we are no longer allowed to have guns but before bullets are outlawed. We carry just bullets and throw them an the criminal who still has his gun because laws don’t make a difference to someone okay with killing to get what they want. Maybe you get lucky and poke his eye out.. worst case you give him some bullets to finish you off with and shoot at the next victim with.

    2. I wonder if they make them in red? That, after all is an important consideration both for women, and for fashion conscious men. And the opportunity to buy a new and different set of reloading dies that won’t pull the two part case apart is an opportunity to spend more money on something to fix the deficits in brass cases. I wonder what I should do with the 20K + brass cases I have that I have been reloading for 30 years. Perhaps when all 20K cases wear out I’ll replace them with these “early stage” cases. I wonder if this type of company will be the first to come up with a smart gun, which all the politicians, especially in CA, will use as an excuse to make the entire firearms industry obsolete. But one thing I do know, if there is ever a smart gun invented, Ruger will be the first to manufacture it.

    3. Wouldn’t it better if the compact held a pocket carry gun instead of the ammo for it, extra magazines are good but loose rounds just seem like they wanted to show off the coloring and not be practical . I don’t think it’s a great idea but a good gift for mantle piece.

    4. I would think that if you are carrying this you would also have a gun in close proximity also. And you therefore should also have a LOADED spare magazine. All that being the case, why would you need to conceal rounds in a compact? But, this is America where we are about wants rather than needs and I’m fine with that.

    5. Somehow I just don’t believe a 3fps max velocity spread is a big concern at “personal safety and family protection” distances. I guess if you need to brag about your load’s metrics, this is as good a place as any to start. Seems like a solution looking for a problem to me.

    Leave a Comment 6 Comments