HPR Ammo Introduces Black Ops Ammunition

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posted on October 6, 2014
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HPR Ammunition, manufactured in Payson, AZ, announces their Black Ops line of defensive ammunition.

HPR recognized the significant need for a high quality round that offers superior accuracy, and unparalleled takedown force in a variety of scenarios. HPR created the Black Ops line for maximum knockdown power as the Open Tipped Frangible (OTF) projectile transfers 100 percent of its energy into the target. The OTF projectile tracks straight through a variety of soft barriers like sheet rock, plywood, car doors, and auto glass. When the projectile enters soft tissue, the jacket and core separate with furious force of impact, resulting in mass force trauma.

HPR designed Black Ops as one of the most operational personal defense rounds available on the market today. Meeting the lead-free requirements of California, HPR's BlackOps features a lead-free powdered metal alloy core, which not only delivers mass force trauma, but because it's a lighter bullet has less recoil too—keeping you on target when all hell breaks loose. The Black Ops line launches in three pistol calibers: 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP for use in both full size and compact handguns as well as .223 Rem. and is suitable for defensive scenarios with its knockdown power and accuracy.

BlackOps by HPR is now available at Sportsman's Warehouse, MidwayUSA, and other fine retailers around the country.

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