.308 caliber, 150 grain Nosler Partition recovered from Bullet Test Tube.
Impact Velocity 2650 fps.
Hunters have many bullets to choose from. The Bullet Test
Tube can help them select
the best one for their needs.
If you want to know how a new bullet like this Barnes MRX will perform before you take it
hunting, shoot it into the
Bullet Test Tube.
In the past, hunters looking to test the effectiveness of their bullets were limited to inconsistent media that did not provide much practical information about bullet effectiveness. Stacks of newspapers or ordnance gelatin are problematic and only offer a glimpse of terminal bullet performance. Up until now, attempts at developing a media for testing bullets focused on duplicating animal tissue which is a scientific impossibility.
The Bullet Test Tube is a proprietary mixture of re-useable materials that allows for the measurement of every critical aspect of terminal bullet performance. Retained weight and expanded diameter of the bullet, along with total penetration can easily be measured in the TUBE. The most important attribute of the TUBE, and what distinguishes it from all current bullet testing medias, is its ability to capture the wound cavity created by the bullet. The TUBE allows precise measurement of the wound cavity size, shape and volume and will educate hunters on the expansion dynamics and wounding potential of every bullet tested.
Justifiably, hunters have conducted extensive ammunition testing to find a bullet that will shoot accurately in their rifles only hoping it would offer the terminal performance necessary to bring a quick and clean end to their hunt. The Bullet Test Tube has changed that. Hunters no longer have to worry about their bullet being up to the test.