SDI 40mm Blunt Impact Projectiles Standard

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SDI-S-1000BIP
Availability:
Law Enforcement Agency Sales Only
Weight:
1.00 LBS

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Description

The BIP 40mm round is a safer and more effective alternative to existing less lethal technology

  • Designed to be fired from 40mm launchers
  • Collapsible gel head mushrooms upon impact to absorb kinetic energy
  • Impact is spread over a larger surface area for maximum pain compliance, while causing less injury
  • Operational short-range distance of 2 meters, to an effective long range of 80 meters
  • Optimum long / short ranges allow for one SDI round to be used vs. two rounds from competitors

Deployment

It is stressed that shot placement is critical. Shots to the head, neck, thorax, heart, or spine can result in fatal or serious injury. As a result, SDI recommends shooters target areas according to their agency’s use of force model.

Specifications

  • Model Number S-1000 BIP
  • Type Blunt impact kinetic energy round with collapsible head
  • Compatibility All 40mm Launchers
  • Operational Range 6.6 – 262 feet (2 –80 meters)
  • Cartridge Material Glass Filled Nylon
  • Diameter 1.57 in (40mm)
  • Length 3.98 in (101mm)
  • Weight 1.77 oz (50.3g)
  • Muzzle Velocity 290 feet/second (88.4 meters/second)
  • Kinetic Energy at Muzzle 208 J (153 ft·lb)
  • UN Number 0012
  • Hazard Class 1.4 S
  • Quantity per Box 25
  • Safety Data Sheet

WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)

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Additional Information

Product ID:
54416
Type:
Projectiles
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