Shell Shock Technologies NAS3 Casings Used in New Snap Cap Training Rounds

FORG3D Solutions Snap Cap Training Rounds with Shell Shock Technology casings
FORG3D Solutions Snap Cap Training Rounds with Shell Shock Technology casings

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 FORG3D Solutions has introduced its Freedom Training Rounds featuring Shell Shock Technologies’ revolutionary NAS3 casings.

FORG3D Solutions’ Freedom Training Rounds are great for firearms proficiency training. Shooters can use them for “ball and dummy drill,” at home dry-fire sessions or incorporated into current malfunction drills or skill tests. These snap cap rounds can help improve firearms skills and are easier and safer to recover from the range floor, either as a firearms instructor or during self-training.

The Freedom Training Rounds are made from US-made plastics and US-made NAS3 Shell Shock Technologies cases, designed and assembled by a US Veteran on Dillon Precision reloading machines. Available in 9mm caliber in high-visibility yellow, pink or patriot (red/white/blue) in quantities of 10, 100 or 1,000+. Quick and safe recovery with a magnetic pick-up tool makes it safer and easier for shooters to see and recover Freedom Training Rounds.

“We are truly excited and proud to have our casings be part of the magnetic Freedom Training Rounds launch from FORG3D Solutions. This is the first manufacturer that has taken our unique casing and applied it to the snap cap round,” said Craig Knight, CEO of Shell Shock Technologies.


About Shell Shock’s NAS3 Cases:Shell Shock Technologies

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. 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

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Lighter, stronger, and significantly cheaper…

What’s not like?

IMNSHO
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Someone’s calculator is broken. My decimal moving head says they are $0.10 per case. I got mine as loaded ammo from Oak Island Ammo (9mm-124gr FMJ) 1000 for 24 cents per round. For a 10 times re loadable case that has all the other advantages over brass that these have that’s a deal. Now the required TWO die set for $100 causes a bit of hesitation,but how can any Reloader resist playing with them?

http://ammunitionplanet.com/pistol-ammunition/9mm/oak-island-ammunition-9mm-124-gr-fmj-shell-shock-new-1000-rounds.html

Phil in TX
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Phil in TX

How much do they cost? They are cute, but how much do they cost?”
Simply follow the link to their home page and click on SHOP.

Phil in TX

Michael Maus
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Michael Maus

$.3.00 ea!!! For a one hundred pack it’s just $300.00! Ah, no thanks. I will load my own and use red coating on my bullets. Just don’t knock out the spent primer and drill a 1/8″ hole into the case….

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Following Phil’s advice,above,Bigg, they are 10cents each. I didn’t want to confuse anyone with a number with a decimal point in it so i wrote it the way i did. I got mine from Oak Island for 24 cents a round LOADED. A good deal either way IMO.

Sam Ho
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The article is about the snap caps which are $3.00ea if you buy 100. Not 10 cents.
Are you a paid shill for the case company? If you are buying 9mm for $240/1000 you are not shopping the right place. I just bought Federal 9mm 124 FMJ for $180/K delivered. Good tried and true Federal

David
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David

It’s called a “case”.
A casing is that big black rubber thing that mounts on to a wheel and holds air and helps a vehicle roll down the road.

tomcat
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Wow David, for years and years I have been calling those tires. Casings are the inter part of the TIRE.

James Brigham (Bigg) Bunyon
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James Brigham (Bigg) Bunyon

How much do they cost? They are cute, but how much do they cost?