You decide the role ML-12 performs by simply changing the type of munitions

*NOTE: Ammunition listed below is “off the shelf product we have tested with good results.  There are munitions that we have tested with less than favorable results from the ML-12.  Ammunition results may vary from lot to lot.  Please test a portion of ammo prior to field use.

Bruzer Accusox 12 Gauge Duty Bean Bag Round

The Accusox Duty Less Lethal Bean Bag Munitions (Less Lethal Extended Range, Kinetic Energy Impact Munitions) has the consistency and accuracy necessary to place less lethal hits where you need them. The patented design along with its two ply sock style sack (ballistic material) allows for very accurate shot placement with a large impact area. To maintain a consistent and accurate round of ammunition we utilize high quality digital laboratory scales in our manufacturing process. Ballistic material and lead shot are weighted to within plus or minus one tenth of a grain. Powder charges are weighted to exact specifications.

We believe the identification of less lethal munitions is very critical

Traditionally, bean bag munitions are marked with ink on the clear plastic hull. The problem is the ink will rub or flake off causing an uncertainty of ammunition type.

The Accusox munitions are identified by a bright yellow printed label inside the clear plastic shotgun hull. There is no printing on the outer hull that could rub off causing uncertainty of ammunition type. When fired, the “cigar band” style label exits the barrel, travels approx. three feet and floats to the ground. The label also acts as a bearing surface which reduces drag as the sock travels down the barrel.

Bruzer 12 Gauge Bean Bag Training Round

The reduced cost of the TBB “Sock Style” Training Bean Bag Munitions (LESS LETHAL EXTENDED RANGE, KINETIC ENERGY IMPACT MUNITIONS) is an excellent way for law enforcement to train all their officers. Its ballistic properties are such that you will not be able to notice any difference between it and your duty round. The design of the 2 ply cotton “sock style” projectile allows for a very accurate shot placement. Depending on the target back stop the bag is tough enough to be recycled and loaded with new components for training. Refer to our recycled training bean bag program.

To maintain a consistent and accurate round of munitions we utilize medical grade digital scales in our manufacturing process. Material and lead shot are weighted to within plus or minus one tenth of a grain. Power charges are weighted to exact specifications. This manufacturing process alone adds greatly to the accuracy and consistency.

Traditionally, bean bag munitions are marked with ink on the clear plastic hull. The problem is the ink will rub or flake off causing an uncertainty of munitions type. We believe the identification of less lethal munitions is very critical.

We use clear hulls and the munitions type is labeled from inside the clear hull. On our training round we use a printed blue label placed inside the hull similar to a cigar band. The round can be identified at several points around the hull. When fired the label exits the barrel, travels approx. three feet and floats to the ground. The label also acts as a bearing surface to reduce projectile drag as it travels down the barrel.

Most projectiles on the market will rupture when fired against a hard back stop.  Departments using our recycled program fire them against a soft back stop to reduce damage to the bag.

Department’s ship fired bags via UPS or Fed-X to our factory.  The bags are cleaned of debris, inspected for damage, and then loaded to factory specifications using all new components (New Factory Primed Hulls, New Wads).

We believe the identification of less lethal munitions is very critical

Traditionally, bean bag munitions are marked with ink on the clear plastic hull.  The problem is the ink will rub or flake off causing an uncertainty of ammunition type.  We use clear hulls and the ammunition type is labeled from inside the clear hull.