Non-Incendiary Tracer Rounds – Streak Ammo

Real tracer rounds function by actually lighting the round on fire. This is a fire hazard, causing tracer rounds to be restricted at most public ranges, not to mention making the round visible to whomever you’re shooting at. The new Streak Ammo uses glow in the dark material to create the trace, instead of burning chemicals. In addition to no longer being a fire hazard, this means only the shooter will see the trace.

Streak Ammo, Non-Incendiary Tracer Rounds

The Streak Ammo illumination is lit up by the ignited gunpowder, so there’s no need to pre-charge the ammunition to obtain the tracer effect.

This stuff is like real life lasers!

Streak ammo is available in the most common pistol ammunition, including 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45acp. No rifle ammo available at this time. It is surprisingly economical, having a price per round between target ammo and hollow point ammo.

9mm: $12.99 for a box of 20 rounds, which is $0.65 per round
.40 S&W: $16.99 for a box of 20 rounds, $0.85 per round
.45 ACP: $17.99 for a box of 20 rounds, $0.90 per round

Bulk discounts are available for buying 200 rounds at a time.

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