AMMO INC. STREAK 9MM 115 GR
Patented technology allows the shooter to keep a visual on the projectile’s path toward its target
Next Generation, non-flammable visual tracer-style ammunition – because it is not an incendiary round, it’s safe for both indoor and outdoor use
Features HyperClean Technology up to 50% less cleaning time
Increase shooting enjoyment and accuracy
Ammo, Inc. STREAK Visual Ammunition’s exclusive and patented technology allows the shooter to visually see the projectile’s path towards its target. STREAK rounds are non-incendiary, meaning they don’t generate heat and thus are safe to use in environments where traditional tracers are prohibited and can be a serious fire hazard. The results are game-changing in many aspects for the consumer, law enforcement, and military. For indoor range use and nighttime shooting.
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Common Ammo terms
Bullet Weight: The weight of a bullet is expressed in grains, often abbreviated as "gr". Bullet weight makes a difference in how the bullet performs. It will impact how the firearm recoils, and it will have an impact on the overall trajectory of the bullet. Generally speaking, a lighter bullet will have greater velocity and maintain trajectory better while a heavier bullet of the same caliber will have greater terminal ballistics.
Bullet Type: Bullets are made in various shapes and constructions depending on the intended applications. They can be made of a variety of materials such as copper, lead, steel, polymer, rubber and even wax.
Muzzle Velocity: This is the speed of a projectile at the moment it leaves the muzzle of the firearm, which means barrel length affects muzzle velocity. It is most commonly expressed as feet per second (ft/s). Higher muzzle velocities provide a straighter trajectory and often provide better terminal ballistics. Higher velocity ammunition (often labeled "P" or "+P") generally means higher felt recoil though.
Terminal Ballistics: This is the behavior and effects of a projectile when it hits and transfers its energy to a target. Bullet design and the velocity of impact largely determine the effectiveness of its impact.
Shot Size: Shotshells are loaded with different sizes of "shot" or pellets. The smaller the number, the larger the shot.