G2 Research RIP 9mm Ammo (Radically Invasive Projectile) The invention of the G2 Research Ammo projectile R.I.P.™ is related to the ability to control the way the projectile reacts as it passes through different mediums by control of the mfg process, geometry and the rate of failure at different zones along its axial length. More particularly but not limited to the ability to take the projectile and predictably have it stay solid in one medium but yet have the exact same projectile predictably react as a fragmenting bullet through a different medium without alteration of the projectile. Continue reading G2 Research RIP 9MM 92 Grain Hollow Point Ammo
.223 Rem M855 XM193
Is There a Difference Between .223 and 5.56 Ammo? Continue reading The Difference Between .223 and 5.56
The .22 Winchester Rim Fire (WRF) is all but obsolete. It was designed for the Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle and was later adapted to Remington and Stevens rifles as well as Colt Revolvers. Winchester .22 WRF loads used a flat point bullet. Continue reading About The .22 WRF Ammo (Winchester Rim Fire)
Colt 1911 Semi-Auto Schematic
Published Nov 6, 2014 By AL ABRAM
Schematic supplied here for easy reference.
A tube, with rifling twists in it, down which the bullet is driven, when the gun is fired. At the rear of the barrel, there is the cartridge chamber, where the cartridge is loaded. In the M-1911, the cartridge headspaces by the cartridge rim. The lower part of the entrance of the chamber is throated, in order to facilitate the entrance of the cartridge. This is an area that usually needs some polishing, when customizing the gun, or when a new gun is treated for reliability. This area is also a part of M-1911, which has been criticized, for little supporting the cartridge walls, during firing. Continue reading Colt Government Model 1911 Parts Description