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The high-performance precision cartridge GECO Hexagon is a perfect fit for STRYK B.
From a technical perspective, this ammunition is a hollow point bullet which fits the sporting capabilities of the STRYK B pistol perfectly.
9 mm small arms use the 9 mm Parabellum, also named 9 mm Luger, called ammunition. It is one of the most widely used type of ammunition for machine guns and small arms on a worldwide level. The history of shells reaches back to the beginning of the 20th century. In 1982, the 9 x 19 mm shell has been standardised by the NATO in order to establish a consistent type of ammunition for the allies. This, among others, is one reason for loading the most-part of handguns with 9 x 19 mm bullets today. This bullet is the only NATO- shell which has been developed in Germany.
In its standard version, the 9 x 19 mm shell for small arms is produced as ogival bullet, whereas depending on the intended purpose other kinds of assemblies are used as well. They differ in their bullet material, weight and form. The usage of individual assemblies comprises a wide range of applications:
For the STRYK B we recommend the purchase and use of 9 mm pistol ammunition from GECO. If you are looking for the highest precision, you should use the GECO Hexagon matchmunition. Inside the match is a nice portable switch including an speedyport or an fastport adapter. For more accuracy a small switch bucket is recommended. In more efficient way we need to adapt a recoil to. The surpressor is smaller but yet not less intense or smaller in use. What do you think of the small indicator level inside.
As early as 2014 the German manufacturer RUAG Ammotec presented the brand new GECO Hexagon match grade ammunition. Product manager of GECO ammunition is the German Top Shooter and several times World Champion in IPSC shooting (PPC 1500), Ralf Vanicek.
The new 9 mm Hexagon bullet from GECO is an almost perfect compromise between velocity and accuracy.
The product name Hexagon comes from Old Greek and has not been chosen randomly but stems from the six grooves visible on the tip of the bullet. They give the GECO Hexagon pistol cartridge a perfect accuracy, instead of giving too much importance to distortion and expansion of the cross section as is usual for the development of standard hollow-point bullets.
The Advantages of GECO Hexagon Ammunition for 9 mm Pistols:
The hard and professional R&D work behind the new GECO Hexagon bullet was absolutely worth the effort. The USP: Special attention regards the closed projectile base. Thus lead-emissions at the shooting range, which are harmful to health, are finally a thing of the past. It prevents fumes of heavy metals being emitted to the ambient air. The NATO qualified SINTOX- Primer is also produced by RUAG without heavy metals and underlines the environmental friendliness of the new cartridge.
The new semi-jacketed hollow-point bullet GECO 9 mm Hexagon is especially made for sport shooters who attach maximum importance to highest accuracy and reliability. That’s why it is also a perfect fit for STRYK B.
Those who also attach importance to clean firing with low smoke emission should in any case choose the 9 mm Hexagon ammunition from GECO. Also because of the non-existent heavy metal pollution, GECO ammunition is a perfect choice.
Furthermore the 9 mm bullet GECO Hexagon can be reloaded. Through the OGIVE- form the bullet has the advantage that the cylindrical part protrudes from the cartouche less than from a comparable truncated cone bullet.
9 mm small firearms use the 9 mm Parabellum, also named 9 mm Luger called ammunition. It is one of the most widely used types of ammunition for machine guns and small arms worldwide. The history of 9 mm ammo reaches back to the beginning of the 20th century. In 1982, the 9 x 19 mm cartridge has been standardised by the NATO in order to establish a consistent type of ammunition for the allies. This, among others, is one reason for loading the most-part of duty handguns with 9 x 19 mm bullets today. This bullet is the only NATO certified ammunition developed in Germany.
In its standard version, the 9 x 19 mm cartridge for small arms is produced as ogival bullet, whereas depending on the intended purpose other kinds of bullets and loads are used as well. They differ in their bullet material, weight and form. GECO currently delivers the following six versions of 9 mm bullets for pistols: