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The Glaser Blues are intended for use in most self defense situations. They consist of a thin copper jacket into which a mass of #12 shot is compressed. The bullet stays in one piece until it strikes the intended target; then the jacket peels back and the shot spreads out inside the target. This produces tremendous stock and tissue damage without endangering innocent bystanders.

The Silver is constructed in the same manner as the Blue except they contain #6 shot and will penetrate 2-3 inches deeper than the Blue. We recommend this load for those climates in which you might need to defeat 3 or 4 layers of heavy winter clothing.

SAAMI (Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturer's Institute Inc.) is part of the American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI) and is the governing body of the firearms/ammunition industry. SAAMI sets voluntary performance standards for pressure and velocity of rifle, shotgun and pistol arms and ammunition. COR®BON is a SAAMI member and as such follows established SAAMI specifications unless otherwise noted. COR®BON's 45 colt +P and 45-70 +P ammunition are not within SAAMI specifications. Please call our technical staff if you have questions about these two cartridges.

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 The Glaser Safety Slug provides the best in-home choice, when over penetration is an issue. This bullet will not endanger persons in adjacent rooms or dwellings. It is however very effective on any soft target it hits. A possible self-defense plan might include using a magazine or speed loader of Glaser Safety Slugs in the home; then switching to a higher penetrating load such as Pow'RBall or DPX when you carry outside the home.

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