IMPALA Bullets are the first and only hunting solids that on impact, keeps both its mass and its form stable. IMPALA outperforms all other Solids because it DOES NOT EXPAND.
With its clearly defined (and patented) shape it causes radial shock waves. While expanding bullets rapidly loose both shape and velocity after impact, the IMPALA travels with high speed through the animal’s body. Imagine that the speed of sound in water (meat, muscle) is 3 times higher than it is in the air and you understand the hydrodynamic cavitation a striking IMPALA causes. The animal being hit looses lots of blood at both the entrance (usually round and 1,5-2X calibre size) and the exit holes and dies either on the spot or after a short dead run, leaving an easy to follow blood trail. In most cases there is no blood shot meat at all, even with impact velocities in excess of 3300fps!