MAKING THE CASE FOR BETTER AMMUNITION.
About Quantum Ammunition
Inceptor polymer-based cartridges set the standard for use in legacy and increasingly advanced weapons systems. Developed using industry accepted performance standards, this polymer-based ammunition line is lighter, more accurate, generates lower recoil and shoots flatter than conventional ammunition with comparable loads. Incorporating innovative design, readily available and widely used materials and produced using a patented, efficient manufacturing process with no waste water or heavy metal waste streams, this game-changing ammunition is an excellent alternative to conventional ammunition.
Inceptor Component Bullets
Inceptor has redefined the projectile manufacturing process. By implementing injection molding technology, cutting edge engineering and proprietary metal-polymer compound we have created a patented design and manufacturing process that makes precise, consistent, accurate, non-expanding, low ricochet, range-compliant projectiles with sound terminal performance. The manufacturing process is very efficient and allows Inceptor to incorporate designs that were previously achievable only through the use of slow and expensive lathes.
Inceptor metal-polymer projectiles weigh approximately 70% as much as lead core projectiles with similar profiles. This lighter weight means higher velocities, resulting in less bullet drop, less recoil and less muzzle rise, allowing for quicker, more accurate follow-up shots and a very enjoyable shooting experience. Terminal performance, particularly with the patented ARX® projectile, is improved due to higher velocity and design, which creates massive temporary cavities upon impact with soft tissue. This non-expanding projectile harnesses the gain in kinetic energy accrued due to the increased velocity of fluid through the constriction designed into the flutes contained in the ARX® projectile. The advanced materials and design used in the manufacture of these projectiles also significantly reduces over penetration and the chance of ricochet, helping to moderate the risk of collateral damage during defense situations.