20rds - 9mm G2 Research RIP 96gr. HP LF Ammo

$43.95
($2.20/ppr)

14 In stock

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  • Casing Type Brass
  • Bullet Weight 92 Grain
  • Manufacturer SKU 95450
  • Muzzle Velocity 1265
  • Primer Type Boxer
This is 9mm Luger G2 Research RIP (Radically Invasive Projectile) 96gr. Hollow Point Lead Free Pre-Fragmented Ammo. This ammo is designed to be the last round you will ever need. Precision machined from a solid copper rod, the R.I.P. defeats all known barriers such as sheet metal, sheet rock, windshields, plywood, heavy winter clothing. The geometry at the tip of the solid copper, lead-free projectile features the trocar point, which offers improved penetration. This ammo is brass cased, boxer primed, non-corrosive and non-magnetic. This ammo comes packaged in a 20rd. box. Muzzle Velocity 1265 fps. Made In U.S.A.

G2 R.I.P. 9mm Ammo Gel Test & Chronograph Data


 PenetrationExpansionExpanded WeightMuzzle Velocity
Shot One13.8".35"40.4 grain1093 fps
Shot Two16".36"44.6 grain1095 fps
Shot Three16.1".35"43.9 grain1105 fps
Shot Four16.2".34"43.9 grain1117 fps
Shot FiveN/A - Through GelN/A - Through GelN/A1106 fps
Average15.5".3543.2 grain1103 fps
Test PistolSmith & Wesson Shield3.1" Barrel


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    bought 380 rounds, my son shot them in ruger they jammed repeatedly. now firearm jams with any type rounds we have shot in it before. Now afraid to try in glock 9mm.

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    Honestly, I've fired many of these rounds through my Sig's and never had an issue feeding, firing or ejecting. Fine ammo from my perspective.

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    I had the same issue when manually ejecting or clearing a chambered round. Fortunately, I shot an entire clip without any issues so when the gun itself automatically loads the next round after firing, it did cycle without issue on two clips worth of amno. It was an expensive test, but at least I know when firing, it did work perfectly. Just not when clearing a un fired round, that is the issue for me.

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    Three failure to eject in the first mag. Never had that problem with any other factory ammo. As expensive as they are, I expected better.

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