This will be the first test in a series of tests that we will do with the DRT “Dynamic Research Technologies” Terminal Shock series. In This video we shoot the 9mm hollow Point through a 16″ Clear Ballistics block. We use a Glock 19, and a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 for the test, both fired and about 3 yards. We also fire the DRT Terminal Shock rounds through six layers of denim. We were very impressed with the performance of the ammo, both in penetration and wound channel. The results we got were exactly what DRT claims in its advertisements, which we really liked. This ammo is best suited for CCW, and home defense for the damage it causes, and it’s ability not to over penetrate. We will be doing more test with this ammo, as well as some other calibers from DRT Ammunition. If you would like to learn more about DRT, and the different kind of ammunition they offer please visit their website here:
The guys over at Lehigh Defense sent us a few different varieties of 300 Blackout ammo for us to tryout, and see what we thought of it. Lets start out by saying we had a blast testing this ammo, pun intended! Both the Controlled Chaos and the Close Quarter rounds were devastating in the gel testing, and judging from some of the pictures we’ve seen it’s just as effective on real soft tissue i.e. hogs, coyote, whatever. The 110 grain Controlled Chaos round with a muzzle velocity of 2400 fps is just awesome, and the 78 grain Close Quarter ammo with a muzzle velocity of 2800 fps is a thing of beauty. We tested the the rounds in FBI ballistic gel blocks from DoctorKote, you can find him Here if you want to get some ballistic gel for yourself. After shooting the gel we decided to have a little fun by shooting some 2.5 liter bottles of soda, as you can see in the video it wasn’t my best idea (lol). If you would like to learn more about Lehigh Defense ammunition click the link Here. We hope you enjoyed the Lehigh defense 300 Blackout testing video, and come back soon for more great videos from TacticalExistence!
Here is the before video of our project FN ps90 rifle. We will be doing a lot of work to this gun as well as a FN Five Seven pistol. Please stay tuned for the finished projects. Video coming soon. For more information on the FN ps90 or any other FN firearm please visit their website here: http://www.fnhusa.com