PolyCase: The Next Generation of Range/Target Ammunition

By Dave Dolbee published on in Ammunition, News

We all need more range time. Unfortunately, the cost of ammunition often keeps us from enjoying the smell of burnt gunpowder. PolyCase is doing its part to change this with the release of its new line of range ammunition.

Read the full release from PolyCase:

PolyCase Sport Utility 9mm Luger

PolyCase Ammunition releases their new line of Sport Utility Ammo. PolyCase Ammunition has taken the industry by storm with their innovative copper-polymer projectiles, performing beyond expectations.

The New Sport Utility line is range-friendly with its copper-polymer blend. Unlike other jacketed and frangible ammo, the Inceptor RNP Sport Utility Ammo can be shot on hardened steel with safe range distances being measured in feet, not yards, resulting in a safer and more realistic training experience. The Sport Utility Ammo is the perfect practice round for both indoor and outdoor shooting. This sport/training product is perfectly matched to the recoil and performance of the Inceptor Preferred Defense and Ruger Self-Defense lines of ammunition, making it the ideal practice ammo choice for users of Ruger or Inceptor-branded defense ammunition. The Inceptor RNP Sport Utility Ammo delivers high velocity and low recoil providing a comfortable day of shooting at the range while holding the accuracy and performance expected from PolyCase products.

The Inceptor RNP Sport Utility Ammo line is available in .380 Auto, 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 Auto, and .38 Special. This flatter, faster and frangible ammo is now available in contemporary packaged and competitively priced 50-round count boxes, making it the obvious choice for today’s cost-conscious shooter.

Caliber Bullet Weight Bullet Profile Muzzle Velocity Muzzle Energy 50 ct. box MSRP
.380 Auto RNP 60 grains RNP 1230 fps 202 ft. lbs. $17.99
9mm Luger RNP 65 grains RNP 1525 fps 336 ft. lbs. $17.99
.40 S&W RNP 97 grains RNP 1380 fps 410 ft. lbs. $23.99
.45 Auto RNP 130 grains RNP 1210 fps 423 ft. lbs. $25.99
.38 Special RNP 84 grains RNP 1210 fps 273 ft. lbs. $21.99

PolyCase Ammunition manufactures its ammunition products, using patent-pending injection-molding technology. Their ammunition is produced in the United States, and distributed domestically and internationally.

About PolyCase Ammunition

PolyCase Ammunition develops, manufactures, markets, and sells world-class, patent pending, small arms ammunition and projectiles used by discerning professionals and sports shooters. The ARX projectile, injection-molded from a proprietary metal-polymer matrix, is the company’s first defensive bullet profile. Made in the USA, using over ninety years of advanced design, materials and manufacturing experience; the twenty-first century products are designed to provide the lethality and consistency expected by PolyCase customers.

The PolyCase Ammunition team consists of experts in chemical, mechanical, advanced materials and industrial engineering, ammunition research, development, testing, and evaluation, precision manufacturing, marketing, and U.S. domestic and international sales. They have proudly partnered with other industry leaders to provide deserving customers with ammunition manufactured using only the most efficient components. PolyCase Ammunition was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Savannah, Georgia.

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Comments (6)

  • Yianni

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    I get the marketing hoopla, but please hold off the lies.
    The .45ACP price of the poly, is 70% higher than the aluminum casing Federal. I get the advantages of the frangible ammo, but calling it affordable, is a lot more than just a stretch of the truth.

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  • Lou

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    $18 a box is more than I can afford for 9mm range ammo. I buy 9mm at $10 abox.

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    • Secundius

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      @ Lou.

      You can “Moly” Coat the Bullet yourself if you do your own Reloads. All that’s required in a Old Toaster Oven, the Moly Coat Itself and a Plastic Bucket (3-Gallon Minimum. At 375F for 15-minutes, anything More than Three Coating and you’re going to have to get Thinner Walled Cartridge Cases. As you Apply Force in Seating the Bullet to a Standard Cartridge Case. You could Actually ?Scrape Off” the Moly Coating…

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  • John

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    Apparently the Polycase refers to the bullet and not the case. So why call it Polycase? Am I missing something here? It is not even a jacket, but a blend of polymer and copper or brass. It appears to be nothing more than another type of frangible bullet.

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  • Secundius

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    It’s NEW Application to an OLD Problem. The British Started Color Coding Ordnance Munitions in 1629! If “YOU” Couldn’t Read, You Could Probably Identify with a “COLOR”. The Practice was used in the American Colonies in 1645 in the Massachusetts Colony’s Surveyor of Ordnance. Poly Coating Bullets, is an Application of a Dry Lubricant to a Specific Bullet Caliber Classification and Muzzle Velocity. Each Moly Coated Bullet, Burns Off (Color) at a Specific Muzzle Velocity. Primarily Used on Barrels that AREN’T “Chrome Lined”. Non-Chrome Lined Barrels (4140, 4150 or 4350 Common Steel)…

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    • Matt

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      What does any of that have to do with this round? What country are you from? Why do you capitalize random words?

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