Rip Ammo 9mm For Sale | At Best Price In Stock

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Rip ammo 9mm

Rip ammo 9mm Product Overview

This Rip ammo 9mm called G2 Research R.I.P. Ammunition 9mm Luger 92 Grain Radically Invasive Projectile Fragmenting Solid Copper Lead-Free Box of 20

Rip 9mm ammo is  a premium self defense, and environmentally conscious defense/hunting ammunition manufacturer.

G2 Research’s vast understanding of material properties and utilization of complex geometries renders predictable and consistent results that maximize the effectiveness of its solid copper/lead free projectiles.

The G2 Research R.I.P. (Radically Invasive Projectile) features a unique one hundred percent copper petaled-trocar design which gives it the ability to not only penetrate deep into a target but also fragment in fluid.

Upon entering a gel or fluid the petals break from the base and create individual wound channels as the base continues on course.

This penetration and separation delivers not only a maximum shock wave but wound path as well.

In years of ammunition design there has always been a trade off between mass and velocity to accomplish the goal of effective stopping power. G2 Research added a third variable with the patented trocar design.

The surgically designed trocars offer better barrier penetration thus maintaining a higher velocity when hitting a target, transferring more energy into the target.

This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.


Made In United States of America

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to –

rip 9mm ammo design:

The 9mm RIP round is a CNC-machined, 96 grain copper bullet.

The RIP round is currently available in 9mm and .380.

However, G2 says they will have an RIP round for the .357, .40, .45, and even a shotgun slug.

The bullet is a hollow point with the tip split into eight sections, each being about six grain.

The round is designed to split into eight different rods upon impact with each traveling outward from the center.

This leaves a core of 50-60 grain to penetrate straight through.

G2 calls the tip their Trocar design, and it creates eight additional wound channels from one round.


Rip ammo 9mm (Radically Invasive Projectile) self-defense ammunition is a devastatingly effective choice for concealed carry enthusiasts. This 9mm ammo features a precision-machined solid copper lead-free projectile designed to produce deep penetration of fourteen to sixteen inches and a six-inch spread of nine separate wound channels. Not even sheet metal, sheetrock, or windshields will stop these rounds from reaching their target.

G2 Research is a strong believer in the 2nd amendment and has produced incredibly unique self-defense ammo for shotguns, rifles, and handguns. This company utilizes a high-level understanding of physics and geometry to produce their fragmenting and expanding bullets. Instead of lead rounds, this company employs solid copper to produce. G2 Research products produce maximal penetration and expansion without the worry of over-penetration.


Caliber: 9mm Luger
Category: Centerfire
Bullet Type: Solid Copper Hollow Point (Lead-Free)
Bullet Weight: 92 Grains
Muzzle Velocity: 1250 fps
Muzzle Energy: 319 ft/lbs
Casing: Reloadable Brass
Quantity: 500 Rounds
Uses: Personal Protection, Self Defense
Designed to Produce 14”-16” of Penetration
Designed to Produce 9 Separate Wound Channels Across a 6” Spread
Proven to Penetrate Most Known Barriers

Price is per 500-round box. To buy a full case.

Casing Material: Brass
Rounds Per Box: 20

Rip ammo 9mm Specifications

Product Information

Cartridge 9mm Luger
Grain Weight 92 Grains
Quantity 20 Round
Muzzle Velocity 1250 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy 319 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style Fragmenting Hollow Point
Bullet Brand And Model G2 R.I.P.
Lead Free Yes
Case Type Nickel Plated
Primer Boxer
Corrosive No
Reloadable Yes
Test Barrel Length 4 Inches
Country of Origin United States of America

rip 9mm ammo Performance

While the rip ammo 9mm looks nifty with an intimidating design, it is not all that unique or effective.

Companies have been toying around with fragmenting rounds for decades.

For example, air marshals are constantly looking for a round that will stop a target without puncturing the thin walls of an aircraft.

If a bullet would completely fragment and stay within the body of their target, that would be the perfect product for their job.
Those that feared the deadly power of this round described the 9mm RIP ammo as a bullet throwing shrapnel in all directions.

This is far from accurate. If the round threw shrapnel like an explosive does, there would be significant chunks of metal flying in all directions.

The tiny 6 grain rods that break off of this round only penetrate about three to four inches.

They create some additional damage, but do not make the RIP any more lethal than a normal hollow point.

The majority of the damage is done by the core which penetrates to around 14 inches.
There are other issues to consider. When we say that the rods from the Tricor tip penetrated three to four inches, it was seen in ballistic gel.

This means they did not come into contact with any bone.

We expect that these rods would not make it through the bone that would be present in an upper chest shot.

Chances are that the only part of the round that would hit vital organs would be the core.
However, this presents another issue. The core is only 50-60 grain and is long and thin.

The wound channel created by this core is very narrow and would not do a great deal of damage.

In most cases shooting an assailant with this round would have a similar effect to shooting the assailant with a smaller caliber handgun.
Those that criticize the round as too lethal said that the Tricor tip acted like a ‘hole saw’ as it impacted the human body.

This is simply not the case.

The RIP round may be ideal for apartments or condos where you would prefer not to disturb the little old lady in 2B as you take out an attacker. However, it is not the ultimate hand of death that people expected.
The one factor that is very difficult to compare is the shock wave created when a bullet hits the body.

Many people have said that the fragmentation of the 9mm RIP ammo is designed mainly to create this shockwave at the point of impact.

There is no way to quantify this effect with ballistic gel or targets.

In my research of ammo for my deer rifle, I have read that the shockwave .

It is created by certain high velocity rounds will disrupt the nervous system of a deer and cause it to drop in its tracks.

I am sure it is the same principle with the RIP ammo.
I did find a review that described a set of tests performed comparing the RIP rounds with standard 9mm hollow point rounds.

There was one test that I feel shows the effect of the shock wave produced by the RIP round.

A watermelon about ten inches in diameter was placed on a post and shot with a standard hollow point.

The melon exploded into large chunks that were thrown about 15 feet in every direction.

Then the experiment was repeated with the RIP round.

The watermelon literally disintegrated and debris was found 40 feet from the post.
So that makes for a tough decision.

Many people have said that the 9mm RIP ammo is no more effective than a .22 LR. T

he argument really comes down priorities.

Is the shock wave created by the round more important, or is the size and depth of the wound channel more important?

One could justifiably argue both sides.

Is rip ammo 9mm legal?

While the concept of hollow-point bullets and RIP rounds have been debated in the past, the US government has not taken the official leap to outlaw this type of bullet.

What are rip ammo 9mm?

The 9mm RIP round is a CNC-machined, 96 grain copper bullet.
The RIP round is currently available in 9mm and . 380.

Delivery Information

Shipping Weight 0.520 Pounds
DOT-Regulated Yes

G2 RIP ammo 9mm For Sale Overview

The G2 Research (G2 RIP 9mm For Sale) is a premium self defense, and environmentally conscious defense/hunting ammunition manufacturer.

G2 Research’s vast understanding of material properties and utilization of complex geometries renders predictable and consistent results that maximize the effectiveness of its solid copper/lead free projectiles.

The G2 Research R.I.P.

Are G2 rip ammo 9mm legal?

The answer to this question is both “yes” and “no.” Since RIP rounds fall under the heading of hollow-point ammunition, it is legal to purchase in the United States.

Are RIP rounds better than hollow points?

In the broad strokes, RIP rounds are more or less fragmenting or frangible rounds. … Mono rounds, as it happens, tend to be long on penetration and short on expansion or the opposite. Jacketed hollow points, on the other hand, tend to strike something of a happy medium.

What does RIP stand for in Rip ammo 9mm?

R.I.P. stands for Radically Invasive Projectile that’s offered in a range of calibers, from . 380 to . 45 ACP.

Made In United States of America

 WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to –

rip 9mm ammo conclusion:

In my opinion, G2 Research should send a royalty check to all those cry-babies that criticized the 9mm RIP ammo as being too lethal.

They actually helped fuel sales of the rounds by hyping the ammo as being more powerful than it actually is.

There have been plenty of consumers that have purchased the round with high expectations and then posted negative reviews about the performance of the round.
I am going to say that the vast majority of the comments I have heard or read about the 9mm RIP ammo is negative.

However, the ones that tout the effectiveness of the ammo are convincing and passionate.

This decision is not just about which round is potentially more effective. The RIP round is newer technology.

I have years of experience with standard hollow points and trust that they will do the job.

The price difference is large enough that I cannot convince myself to make the change.
My final decision is that sticking with conventional hollow point rounds is a safer bet than the 9mm RIP ammo.

While it looks mean and it employs an interesting concept, the results do not lie.

It has been proven that standard hollow point rounds will penetrate and put down an attacker.

If I have to trust my life or the lives of my family to one round, this is not the round.

In this case the original design is better, and I will keep using my classic hollow points.

Rip ammo 9mm reviews:

rip ammo 9mm info:

19 reviews for Rip Ammo 9mm For Sale | At Best Price In Stock

  1. Vanammo

    Great shooter and love how it splits off. No problem cycling through my xdm

  2. Vanammo

    Perfect personal protection ammo. Copper used for this product retains shape well and delivers high energy in ballistic gel testing shots.

  3. Vanammo

    Haven’t had to use them. Hope I don’t have to. But they will solve the problem.

  4. Vanammo

    Cycling fine in my canik tp9sf

  5. Vanammo

    Excellent self defense ammunition. No problem with it.

  6. Vanammo

    This product will stop what ever you shoot with it.

  7. Vanammo

    I bought this to use in my Ruger Security 9. Cycles well and when shot off a resting position, shot 1 1/2″ groups @ 7yds, 2″@ 15yrds 🙂 Very happy with the service provided by Mid Way, best prices around!!!!! 🙂

  8. Vanammo

    Based on many tests, creates vicious permanent wound cavity and multiple separate wound channels to stop a threat… I have had NO feeding or other issues with this round ever in my HK VP9 sk. I carry at least one clip of this for defense. It will do the job.

  9. Vanammo

    Very effective and a potential carry ammo.

  10. Vanammo

    I bought these for my Glock 23 Gen 3 40mm which I changed the RecoilSpring and Went to the Steel Rod that Wolf Recommends! and my Glock 19 Gen 4 9mm. It does as the Video’s On U-Tube!! I like using them!! They Where fun to Shoot But Expansive!!! I haven’t decided on where to use as My Concealed Carry Daily Firearm!!! But I do have a half dozen boxed of each if I decide to. I would suggest you buy some and Target Pratice With Them. Sitting up watermelons to putting 2X10 boards to gether to see the Impact and the follow through formation through each board for yourself!! You will be Surprised of The Formation Through The Boards. All The Pieces Around The Main Bullet!! The Fragments That Break Off In Enter The Board Around The Main Bullet!!! IT Would Eat Through Someone’s Chest Causing Major Problems!!! If Hit In The Center Of Chest!! All The Blood Veins Going To The Heart Would Have Fragment Pieces Through Them!!! Like It States!!! R I P THE LAST BULLET YOU WILL EVER NEED!!! But each one has their Prefer Carry Selfdefense Round To Carry!!! But try some of these!! They Are Critical!!!!!!!!

  11. Vanammo

    I shoot a Canik TP9 SFx. Stock, the rounds would not eject properly. Out of the 4 shots I took, I had to rack the slide back 4 times. The round looks great and fires fine, but the claim that “The last round you will ever need” means if you miss the first shot you won’t have to worry about the other person anymore. Just make sure your will is in order.

  12. Vanammo

    I bought 4 boxes because I wanted to see how reliable it was in my FN-509c. I ran 20 rounds and had 2 misfires. Not very reliable in my limited experience.

  13. Vanammo

    I bought this ammo because it looks and sounds really innovative. I went to the range today to try it out for the first time. I went to rack my P320 9mm, and the round wouldn’t even chamber. The bullet cutouts grabbed my feed ramp and wouldn’t budge into the barrel. No matter how many times I tried to reload the clip, manually put a bullet in the chamber (without the mag inserted), nothing would make the bullets feed properly. I was able to get a couple of rounds to chamber in my Kimber Micro 9, but I was never able to make it through an entire magazine without a failure to feed. This is the first ammo that has given me any type of issues with the three guns I mentioned above. That leads me to believe that there is a general design flaw with the G2 RIP ammo. I also bought the .45acp RIP ammo and it did the same thing with my Springfield XDS as well as my Kimber 1911.

  14. Vanammo

    Very Great reliable service for rip 9mm ammo

  15. Vanammo

    very great rip ammo 9mm content

  16. Vanammo

    thanks and i received my product on time

  17. Vanammo

    very great customer service

  18. Vanammo

    ammoravine so reliable and special, being shopping with them for over 5 years nwo

  19. Vanammo

    perfect self defense ammunition

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