Gorilla Ammunition’s New .223 55gr Gorilla Self Defense Round ~ VIDEO

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Watch the .223 55gr Gorilla Self Defense round in Action!

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- We’re excited to announce the launch of our new .223 55gr Gorilla Self Defense round. This solid turned copper projectile is truly Barrier Blind.

Check out the above video to see its performance through a range of barriers while still achieving superior terminal ballistics.

Gorilla Ammunition is introducing the new 55 grain Gorilla Self Defense load as a complement to our other turned copper solid projectiles. This 5.56/.223 mm projectile is “Barrier Blind”, excellent against auto glass, drywall, and auto doors making it a superior self defense round. Component selection is only the start to our top quality ammunition. The Gorilla Ammunition manufacturing process ensures consistency by pairing high end linear loading equipment with multi stage in-process inspections by highly trained machine operators. Final inspections are preformed on each round to ensure only ammunition that meets our rigorous specifications makes it into the box.

Technical Specifications

  • Caliber: .223 Remington
  • Projectile: 55gr Gorilla Self Defense
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2,990 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 1092 ft/lbs

We also invite you to visit our online store and browse the complete lines of Gorilla Target, Hunt, and Self Defense ammunition. We have inventory in stock and ready to ship!

Gorilla Ammunition.223 55gr Gorilla Self Defense Round 150rnd Buckets

Gorilla Ammunition.223 55gr Gorilla Self Defense Round
Gorilla Ammunition.223 55gr Gorilla Self Defense Round


Gorilla Ammunition LogoAbout Gorilla Ammunition

Gorilla Ammunition is a manufacturer of high-quality modern sporting rifle ammunition and dominates the 300 Blackout ammunition category. All of Gorilla Ammunition’s modern sporting rifle ammunition offerings are capable of Sub-MOA accuracy and have standard deviations in muzzle velocity of fewer than 15 feet per second. Gorilla Ammunition industry-leading quality and performance is helping this young manufacturer company grow very rapidly.

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

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Beobear
Beobear(@beobear)
11 months ago

Hmm…surely at $1+ per round it’s guaranteed to take out 2 bad guys per bullet right?

American Patriot
American Patriot(@american-patriot)
11 months ago

That shows absolutely nothing…….

Core
Core(@core)
11 months ago

10,000fps umm hrmm. How?

Cyph
Cyph(@cypheir)
11 months ago
Reply to  Core

camera = 10000 FRAMES per second… zzz

Bill
Bill(@bill1776)
11 months ago

Very nice! Now, where is that 10,000 fps that they show in the video, as compared to the 2,990 fps that they are offering to sell us? What do they think that this video is supposed to show us?

Cyph
Cyph(@cypheir)
11 months ago
Reply to  Bill

camera = 10000 FRAMES per second… not bullet at 10000 feet per second…

DIYinSTL
DIYinSTL(@diyinstl)
11 months ago

Per the GorillaAmmo website “Our Vision … Made in the USA”. The U.S. is a fine place for visions (except for George W.) but where is the product manufactured?

Matt in Oklahoma
Matt in Oklahoma(@matt-in-oklahoma)
11 months ago

It shows so little in this video it’s not even funny

Matt in Oklahoma
Matt in Oklahoma(@matt-in-oklahoma)
1 year ago

You nailed it

gsteele
gsteele(@gsteele)
1 year ago

The flash is often mistaken for dieseling, but is actually a combination of triboluminescence and ignited combustion in varying degrees, depending on the distance from the barrel end and volume of unburned powder. The former is a physico-chemical phenomenon believed to occur in violent separation of materials resulting in discharge of static electrical energy. The static discharge is the recombination of an imbalanced distribution of valence electrons in the material that was ripped apart, producing sort of a little lightning bolt. Bite into a mint lifesaver in the dark with your mouth open – you’ll see the phenomenon. The latter… Read more »