PolyCase Introduces Inceptor .357 Mag. ARX

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posted on September 8, 2016
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PolyCase Ammunition's Inceptor Preferred Defense ammunition is now available in a .357 Mag. ARX cartridge. PolyCase combined modern technology with proven performance resulting in lighter, faster bullets with excellent terminal performance. The company is offering innovative polymer-copper projectiles loaded in high-quality brass cases. 

The new Inceptor Preferred Defense .357 Magnum is an effective personal- and home-defense round. This unconventional, non-expanding patent-pending ARX design feature leads to efficient transfer of energy, superior terminal performance, controlled penetration in fluid-filled targets and optimum maximum range to lessen the chance of collateral damage in a defensive shooting situation. The advanced materials used in the bullet militate against ricochet.

The Inceptor Preferred Defense .357 Mag. ARX reduces recoil while the flat trajectory produces less muzzle lift, aiding in quick target re-acquisition, and shooting to the point-of-aim. The 86-grain ARX projectile achieves 1,650 fps at the muzzle with an impressive 520 ft.-lbs. of muzzle energy.

Inceptor Preferred Defense Ammunition is produced by PolyCase in the United States, and distributed domestically and internationally and is available in .380 ACP, 9 mm, .38 Spl., .40 S&W, .45 ACP and now .357 Mag.

MSRP for a 20-round box of .357 Mag. ARX is $29.99.

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