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RBCD ammuntion: How is it constructed?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Snowdog, Sep 27, 2003.

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  1. Snowdog

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    I've been seeing this ammunition referred to more frequently as of late, yet can find very little info on its construction.
    I scoured their website without finding any indication how it's made. I am under the impression it is prefragmented and similar in nature to Magsafe. Though not being one to assume, I would like to know.

    Glaser ammunition offers both a silver line and blue line, constructed with #6 shot (silver) and #12 (blue) in copper jackets capped by a plastic sphere; got it.
    Magsafe offers a variety of shotsizes, many jackets containing two or more different sizes, imbedded in epoxy; got it.

    RBCD? Any idea?


    Thanks in advance.
     
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