CRS Ballistic Block vs .223

CRS Ballistic Block vs .223

Unbelievable but True: CRS Ballistic Rubber Fully Encapsulates .223 Ammo!

In the world of firearms and shooting ranges, safety is, and always should be, the number one priority. From protective gear to the materials used in shooting ranges, every single detail counts towards ensuring complete safety. One such innovative safety material is CRS Ballistic Rubber, known for its bullet-encapsulating capabilities. But the question we often encounter is, “Can it really trap high-speed bullets, like the .223 ammunition?” Well, we’ve put it to the test, and we’re here to say, “yes!”

To prove this, we conducted a demo with .223 ammo being shot from an AR15, one of the most popular semi-automatic rifles used today. The ammo was shot into a CRS HD Ballistic Block 9″ thick. This demonstration wasn’t conducted from an impractical distance; we chose 15 yards to simulate a realistic range scenario. The result? The CRS Ballistic Rubber didn’t just catch the bullet; it encapsulated it entirely within the first 9 inches of rubber material. For those who need to see it to believe it, you’re in luck. We recorded the whole test, and you can watch the action unfold in our detailed video.

But why is this important? And what does it mean for shooting ranges and personal firearm practice spaces? Let’s break it down:

  1. Enhanced Safety: CRS Ballistic Rubber’s ability to trap a .223 bullet means reduced risks of ricochets, typically one of the most significant dangers in shooting ranges. By encapsulating the bullet, the rubber traps the potential shrapnel that usually results from a bullet impact, providing a safer environment for shooters.
  2. Durability Demonstrated: The .223 caliber is known for its velocity and impact. If CRS Ballistic Rubber can handle this ammo, it’s proof of its durability and resistance, crucial for high-traffic shooting ranges and intensive training sessions for law enforcement or military personnel.
  3. Application Versatility: This successful demonstration proves the material’s value not only in traditional shooting ranges but also in various scenarios, including close-quarters combat (CQB) training environments, shoot houses, and certain outdoor applications where bullet containment is critical.
  4. Environmental Responsibility: With complete bullet encapsulation, CRS Ballistic Rubber aids in lead management. It’s easier to collect and recycle lead, preventing ground contamination, protecting wildlife, and supporting your shooting range’s environmental compliance efforts.

This test’s success goes beyond just showcasing a product’s effectiveness; it highlights a step forward in responsible, safe, and environmentally conscious shooting practices. It underscores the importance of continual advancements in safety technology in shooting spaces and the ever-pressing need to question, challenge, and verify the capabilities of these technologies.

We’re excited about the results, and we believe you will be too when you see the .223 rounds getting wholly absorbed by the CRS Ballistic Rubber in our video. It’s one thing to read about technology, and it’s another to see it in action. So don’t take our word for it; check out the video, see the prowess of this material, and join the conversation on advancing safety in firearm usage spaces.

Remember, a commitment to safety is a commitment to the well-being of every individual who enjoys the sport and skill of shooting. With material