The next generation of visual ammunition is here with the introduction of AMMO, Inc’s new Green Streak ammunition. Building off of the success that AMMO, Inc. has had with their Red Streak visual ammunition, they have now decided to introduce a green variant to the market that uses the same patented non-toxic composite that is “flash charged” by the ignition of the powder to provide the shooter with a visible trace as the bullet leaves the barrel of the gun.
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Building upon the great success we have had with our Red Streak™ ammunition in the marketplace, our team has worked to expand our patent on the cutting-edge application process we utilize to apply the patented product to the round, resulting in the grant 18 months ago of additional patent protection,” noted Fred Wagenhals, AMMO’s Chairman & CEO. “At the same time, our engineering team has been working to develop this Green version of our O.W.L. Technology™ to offer the Streak™ rounds in that color variant because green is a top visibility color for the naked human eye. Based upon their hard work, we are excited to roll this color-enhanced product out to the commercial, military and law enforcement markets.”
The Green Streak™ is currently in production in the world-class new state-of-the-art 185,000 sq. ft. Wisconsin plant AMMO has opened Monday July 18th.. Click here to access drone video footage of AMMO’s new plant taken last week.
AMMO Inc. Streak Ammunition is typically found for around 50-75 cents per round depending on a combination of the caliber, weight of the bullet, and size of the pack you buy. If the Red Streak is anything to go by, you should expect to find it in .45 ACP, .44 Special, .44 Magnum, .40 S&W, .380 Auto, .38 Special, and of course, several variants of 9mm. Let us know if you’ve ever tried Streak Ammunition and what you think of it down in the comments below!