Next On Gun Control Agenda: Non-Lethal Bullets

I suppose non-lethal bullets would be beneficial under certain circumstances, such as on a plane or in crowds, but if someone is breaking in my home, I'm not shooting to wound. I'm shooting to kill.

Executives with a Boise-based company are poised to begin marketing a new type of ammunition specifically for law enforcement teams and designed to avoid causing serious or fatal injuries to their targets and bystanders.

The technology was created at Integrity Ballistics LLC, a company that has spent more than 10 developing and testing a round that resembles a shotgun shell. The round fires a synthetic ball that flattens upon impact and is intended to stun or subdue the target and the plan is to make it available only to law enforcement. (Source)

I don't believe a non-lethal bullet will remain only for law enforcement. It will just be a matter of time, if the gun control lobby fails at banning gun ownership, they will press to force the use of non-lethal bullets.

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Al Sharpton: After Gun Control Comes Knife Control

Posted by: DMartyr at 11:17 AM

Comments

1 What nonsense, they already have bean bag rounds.

Posted by: Mark at January 02, 2013 11:29 AM

2 I thought Al Sharpton would loose a few pounds and look a little more fit after Hostess went under.
But he's still a grotesque fat race bating fake preacher even after giving up sno-balls.

Posted by: Sig at January 02, 2013 11:44 AM

3 Sharpton is a race baiting poverty pimp.

Posted by: Mark at January 02, 2013 11:59 AM

4 Look for the United States Military to begin using these on the battlefield.
Similar to the old Kinder, gentler NaPalm that was invented to replace Bad old, mean, horrible NaPalm.

Posted by: obsidian at January 02, 2013 02:42 PM

5 Knife Control?
FUCK!
At this time, in the city of Atlanta you cannot carry off your property any knife with a blade over 2" long, it must not be a bowie blade, have a hilt nor be a lock back. It cannot be a double edge blade, false swedge is considered double edge, even a knife made of ceramic or plastic blade is illegal carry.
Knife laws across the United States are some of the most strict and repressive anywhere.
Drive on to school property with a Swiss Army classic attached to your key chain or left in your car and you will be treated as if you were carrying a gun or of being a child sex offender.
Now in my day as a child we carried knives to school, played mumbly peg and the teacher would even borrow our knives to cut apples with.
Boy scout type campers were most popular most made by Colonial knife company.
During that whole time in school the only deliberate stabbing I ever saw was with a Number 2 wood shaft lead pencil.
No one died and both got the barber strap, yes our Principle used a barber strap to punish rule breakers, Some of the slower and bigger kids in Jr High school He had to wrassle with to make them mind.
Before these idiots are through everyone will have their opposable thumbs removed and their hands sealed into boxing gloves to make people safe.
These clowns never heard of a shank made of a bar soap and a sharpened toothbrush have they?

Posted by: obsidian at January 02, 2013 02:59 PM

6 too late...you can already buy "less than lethal" 12 gage ammo.
http://www.keepshooting.com/ammunition/shotgun-ammunition

Posted by: xtron at January 02, 2013 04:42 PM

7 All of my ammunition is dangerous. I like it that way. Remember, the regime cares not one flying frig about those 20 murdered school kids. What they want is to enslave us. Don't doubt it.

Posted by: EROWMER at January 02, 2013 06:39 PM

8 I can see law enforcement using non-lethal ammunition under certain conditions, no wait they already do, and it basically works the same way, but with been bags.

Somebody needs to explain to these hippies that nonlethal bullets are never going to replace the real ones in an officers gun. Just because you knock someone down, doesn't mean they still can't pull a trigger. Same for self defense.

Posted by: You Have An Ugly Goat at January 03, 2013 01:52 AM






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