SDI 12 Gauge Bean Bag Rounds

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A translucent 12-Gauge shell loaded with a Bean Bag. The T-1030 BBS is a 12-gauge tail-stabilized bean bag munition that is designed to produce blunt trauma and pain compliance. This round is extremely accurate and has a minimum safe distance of 18 feet when targeting appropriate impact areas.


  • Translucent 12-Gauge shell
  • Contains a bean bag
  • Extremely accurate
  • Produces blunt trauma and pain compliance
  • Minimum safe engagement distance of 18 feet


  • Diameter: 12 g
  • Length: 2.4 in (61 mm)
  • Projectile Count: 1
  • Velocity: 285 fps (84 m/s)
  • E ective Range: 18-75 feet (5-23 m)
  • Minimum Safe Range: 18 feet (5 m)
  • Material: Cotton/Kevlar
  • Height: 5 in (127 mm)
  • Diameter: 0.8 in (20 mm)
  • Weight: 40 grams
  • Part No.: T-1030 BBS
  • Warranty: 5 Years

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12 Gauge
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Bean Bag Round

    Posted by Abe A Salah on 2nd Jun 2021

    At $798.98 a round, it would be even more painful to actually use and shoot this. Like really, you guys must not want to sell any of these huh?

  • 3

    Posted by Brian on 2nd Apr 2021

    So 5 rounds is like $4,000.00 Did anyone realize these are this expensive?

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