HIGH TECH BULLET HELPS HIT THE TARGET

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A high percentage of bullets fired miss their intended targets, especially in high stress situations. So a Colorado-based company has developed a bullet that makes it much easier for you to hit your target. How? It actually expands to “increase hit probability.”

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Developed by Advanced Ballistics Concepts, the Multiple Impact Technology (Mi3) bullet “unlocks and expands to a predetermined diameter and pattern of spread upon leaving the tip of a rifled barrel,” the company explained in a news release.

The Mi3 bullet is effective for close and mid-range use, creating a “spider web-like effect prior to impact.”

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Here’s more about the tech packed into the bullet:

Mi3 is the first bullet to interconnect three separate segments with Kevlar strings that expand like a spider web to a predetermined diameter and spread pattern that not only dramatically improves the accuracy and hit probability, but does so without disrupting the normal flight path of a spinning bullet. Mi3 bullets employ a proprietary “accelerated radial spread”™ that compensates for most, if not all, of typical shooter error.

At the time the bullet was introduced in 2011, the company was developing three types: the non-lethal Mi3 Stinger, the semi-lethal Mi3 Stunner and fully-lethal Mi3 Stopper. The Mi3 is available for handguns and shotguns.

The technology is gaining attention again ahead of the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas next week where it will be on display.

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CLARK KENT @ http://americasff.wpengine.com

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