To truly understand the technology, you first need to understand the reasons behind its development.


THE PROBLEM:


Marksmen equipped with modern firearms and ammunition have proven time and time again to be highly ineffective in high pressure situations. The collateral damage caused by over penetration and/or misdirected fire is a public safety hazard.


FACT:


The rotation of bullets caused by the rifled barrels of guns significantly improves the stability of the projectile and improves accuracy. The average hand held gun firing modern bullet (slugs, jacketed or not) in laboratory tests, have an accuracy of +- ¾ inch at a range of twenty feet. If a shooter misses a target by any more than +- ¾ inch on any given shot, it means his aim was off.

FACT:


Improper final aim is the primary reason shooters miss their intended target. This unwanted misalignment of the gun barrel is caused by physiological responses (e.g. muscle twitch, adrenaline release), and inherent psychological factors (e.g. fear, anticipation, anxiety) that occur naturally to shooters in stressful situations. The combined negative reactions of the body and mind are what we refer to as Last Second Twitch (LST).

FACT:


Everyone experiences LST (Last Second Twitch) to some degree every time they fire a gun. The best marksmen in the world are simply better at minimizing it.

The table below shows how small degrees of misalignment of a gun barrel correspond with the radial distance a traditional slug bullet will miss its intended strike point:



 
 
FACT:


In high pressure situations (life threatening or competitive) it is proven that the negative psychological and physiological effects of Last Second Twitch are greatly magnified. In fact, it is statistically proven that greater than 90% of bullets fired by trained law enforcement officers in life and death situations miss the person they are shooting at.


NOTE:

The vast majority of the above mentioned shootings start at a separation distance
of less than 15 feet away.

FACT:


Advancements in modern firearms and ammunition have resulted in increased velocities and penetration power. These advancements now make secondary collateral damagefrom over penetration and misdirected fire a real issue. In addition to the hazards of misdirected fire a modern bullet has more than enough penetrating power to travel straight through the intended target, and inflict serious collateral damage to innocent by-standers beyond.

In conclusion, the fact that shooters using modern guns and ammunition have proven to be extremely accurate in tests and during practice situations, yet fail to perform well in high pressure situations, led our team to develop our innovative Multiple Impact technology that is capable of compensating for most if not all of a typical marksman’s error.

 
 
Our Solution:


A bullet enhanced with Multiple Impact Technology (a prior-to-impact expansion technology) is designed to compensate for most if not all of the typical marksman's error caused by Last Second Twitch. The new design divides a single projectile into 3 interconnected segments that will spread to a predetermined orientation and finite diameter when fired. Once deployed, the segments of our proprietary Wide Envelopment Bullet (W.E.B) are tethered together (like a spider web), to offer the shooter a much wider impact zone, reducing the occurrence of missed shots and thereby reducing the risk of collateral damage. (A standard .45 cal slug is .452 inches in diameter and remains that way until it collides with something, where as a T3 round of the same caliber can be made to expand (instantly upon leaving the barrel) to a predetermined diameter (range 6 “ to 16 “ or greater). This one of a kind Accelerated Radial Spread makes possible a wide spread pattern that ensures an ultra-high hit probability for each and every shot, resulting in unprecedented accuracy/hit probability, ensuring the shooter a greater tactical advantage.


 
Wide Envelopment Bullet (W.E.B)

A T3 Wide Envelopment Bullet is a bullet enhanced with our Triple Threat technology (T3). The T3 is the same in every way to conventional bullets when comparing their compatibility to existing guns. The performance is the same up until the point where the bullet leaves the barrel of a rifled gun, at which time its three identical segments and the interconnecting tethers spread out like a spiders web (W.E.B) producing a unique wide enveloping shot profile for an ultra-high hit probability.

Triple Threat Technology

A multi-part bullet composed of three interlocking projectile segments interconnected like a spider's web with Kevlar tethers. Immediately after leaving the tip of a rifled barrel, the segments unlock and expand to a predetermined diameter and pattern of spread.

Collateral Damage

Is damage aside from that which was intended. The unintentional damage or incidental damage affecting facilities, equipment, or personnel, occurring as a result of applying force or taking action, directed against targeted enemy. Such damage can occur to friendly, neutral, and even enemy forces.

 

Separation Distance:

The specific amount of space between the shooter and the intended target.

 

Last Second Twitch or LST

Simply put, Last Second Twitch describes how the shooter’s final aim point when the bullet leaves the barrel of the gun is different from when he/she started pulling the trigger. As most shooters know, a bullet’s trajectory (and ultimate strike point) is primarily determined by the gun’s alignment at the time of firing. What most people do not realize is that high pressure situations magnify the body’s psychological (fear/anticipation) and physiological (shake/paralysis) reactions that naturally occur each time the trigger is pulled when firing a gun. The combined reactions more often than not result in marksmen's error, causing them to miss their intended targets.

Collateral Damage

Is damage aside from that which was intended. The unintentional damage or incidental damage affecting facilities, equipment, or personnel, occurring as a result of applying force or taking action, directed against targeted enemy. Such damage can occur to friendly, neutral, and even enemy forces.