SIM-X technology yields rifle velocities in handgun/pistol calibers, without +P pressures or increased felt recoil. We are expanding the boundaries of pistol caliber velocities by increasing efficiency of the captured powder charge. With this increased efficiency we can generate rifle velocities in our pistol calibers that are twice that of traditional pistol rounds. SIM-X ammunition used in SBRs (short barreled rifles) achieves velocities typically only found in center fire rifle calibers. Higher velocity equals flatter trajectories with higher impact energy.
Flat trajectory eliminates guesswork on midrange targets. Imagine being able to hold a pistol at point of aim out to 100 yards and beyond. SIM-X SUBMASS™ projectile technology allows just that. With muzzle velocities reaching 1000 feet per second beyond that of standard pistol calibers, a point-blank range of 100 yards isn’t just wishful thinking, but a reality. In a PCC (pistol caliber carbine) set up with a magnified optic and muzzle velocities approaching 3000 feet per second, what is normally considered a short-range weapon only, becomes a mid-range rifle.
PERMANENT WOUND CAVITY
Permanent vs. temporary wound cavities. A cartridge’s ability to stop a threat is dependent on several factors. Among these is the wound cavity that the bullet creates in soft tissue. Traditional pistol rounds, only the actual ability of the bullet to expand and its consequent outside diameter contribute to the wound cavity in soft tissue. For the temporary cavity to be larger and more permanent, a round must be traveling at a much greater velocity than traditional pistol rounds. SIM-X SubMass™ technology with velocities twice that with traditional pistol rounds create permanent wound cavities. The result equals threat elimination.
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