Each Speer Lawman RHT round is made from a lead-free mixture that disintegrates when it makes contact with a solid-steel plate. This produces no copper or lead fragments that can potentially bounce off the steel and make its way back toward a shooter. This allows users to train realistically, getting up close while shooting steel in order to simulate potential personal-defense scenarios. Each bullet is uniquely marked, so users can easily tell when they've loaded their guns with RHT ammo versus traditional FMJ. The rounds are also loaded with primers that are free of harmful materials like lead, barium and antimony, so users can shoot indoors without worrying about air quality.
Speer Lawman RHT training ammo is available in .380 ACP, 9 mm, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .45 GAP and .45 ACP. The company limits its sales to law-enforcement customers and distributors, so options on the market can be limited. When found, though, it's a solid option for close-range training with your go-to personal-defense gun.
Correction: In the video above, SI Staff calls out a copper/polymer blend bullet construction. According to SinterFire New Product Development & Technical Service Manager Keith Porco, the SinterFire round used in the Speer Lawman RHT round is actually produced from 90 percent copper and 10 percent tin. We regret the error.