Sonic Ballistic Hunt is fragmenting lead-free brass projectiles for hunting. The projectiles are made from pure brass. When the projectile hits the target, a stud is pressed into the tip of the projectile, which mechanically fragments into 4 pieces. The front of the projectile breaks into 3 defined fragments, or ‘wings’, which move in a controlled angle of 20 to 35 degress relative to the direction of the shot. The back of the projectile remains intact and behaves as a flatnosed projectile. That is, it keeps its direction and ensure through shot in almost all cases.
The result is that the wings of the projectile cuts wound canals and dramatically increases the chance of striking vital organs. Because the wings cut rather than push there is a reduced tendency to damage meat and a significant reduction in bruising. Therefore, we can offer both an increased efficacy of the projectile while also reducing meat damage and flee distance.
For large calibers such as .366 and up, our projectiles have 4 wings and thus fragment into 5 parts.
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Nielsen Gun Parts is a branch of J. Nielsen Design. J. Nielsen Design is a company where the employees have many years of experience in the production of hunting rifles and accessories. These years of experience has evolved our production technology with a focus on quality, efficiency and precision. Jørgen Nielsen is responsible for managing the daily running of the companies production as well as the development of new products.
Jørgen has since 1980 worked with production of hunting rifles and accessories. During the 1980’s Jørgen bought large amounts of the Carl Gustaf military rifles in Sweden and customised them into hunting rifles, these were very popular in Denmark and Sweden.
In 1994 he took over Schultz & Larsen Otterup weapons factory, here the whole production and designs were carefully analysed leading to improvements. Jørgen designed the model DL97, Classic, and Victory as well as rifle accessories such as the Slide & Lock scope mounts and the Hard-Core suppressor. There is no longer any collaboration between Jørgen and Schultz & Larsen.