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The Glaser Safety Slug bullet will stop a bad guy and not hit a friend on the other side!

Updated on January 23, 2013
Cutaway view of the Glaser Safety Slug
Cutaway view of the Glaser Safety Slug
X-ray of Glaser Wound
X-ray of Glaser Wound
Glaser Wound
Glaser Wound

When you draw and fire your weapon to protect yourself or your family, you want to be able to neutralize that threat without hurting someone else.

That is why the “Glaser Safety Slug” was invented.

The important thing about the Glaser Safety Slug is that it will normally stop the bad guy without endangering anyone beyond him.

This blue-nosed bullet isn’t very likely to go through the attacker and hurt an innocent bystander, or one of your family members or employees!

I keep my personal guns loaded with the Glaser Blue Safety Slugs. They are too expensive for target practice, but they are a lot safer to have around to protect your family and your business.

The stopping power created by the velocity and impact are mostly at the site of the wounding; the same as any other high-powered bullet.

The reason they are safer is that the pellets inside the jacket explode when the bullet has penetrated the target and almost all of the energy is expended inside, before it has had a chance to exit and travel on down the original target line.


Practice, Pratice, Practice


The proper bullet to use is only a very small part of the equation.

I was raised as a hunter, was on the rifle and pistol teams in college and had been qualified with several different weapons by the time I came home from Vietnam. I don’t have to think, just shoot!

The reason I mention this is that this kind of familiarity can only be gained through experience.

If you have to stop and think about anything, it will probably already be too late for you or the ones you are trying to protect.

Everything you do from the time you make the personal decision to fire your weapon has to be instinctive.

Find a good local firing range and a good trainer and put in the necessary time for you to become an expert at being able to hit your target quickly and efficiently every time.

I have been able to find Glaser bullets at several local gun shops.

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Viedo: Glaser Blue Safety Slug Demonstration and Comparison to a Standard Bullet

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      femmeflashpoint 

      6 years ago

      Ditto what samsons1 said! Great information in this and thank you for sharing!

    • WillStarr profile image

      WillStarr 

      7 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      I've been trying to remember the name of these and here it is! I want a six rounds for my .357.

      Excellent Hub! Thank you.

    • marcofratelli profile image

      marcofratelli 

      8 years ago from Australia

      Woah! That's an interesting piece of technology. :)

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      Pastor Dr. Carlotta Boles 

      8 years ago from BREAKOUT MINISTRIES, INC. KC

      I like!! Voted-up and useful!

    • katiem2 profile image

      katiem2 

      8 years ago from I'm outta here

      The technology behind the glaser safety bullet is just fantastic. Thanks for the review and great demo on this incredible safety slug bullet. I wanta give these a go, just to interesting to forget about.

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      eovery 

      8 years ago from MIddle of the Boondocks of Iowa

      I'll take a good hallow point. But these bullets do bring up some good points.

      Keep on hubbing!

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      Bob Diamond RPh 

      8 years ago from Charlotte, NC USA

      Thank you, Samsons1. Gun safety is like everything else in life, you get out of it what you put into it.

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      Sam 

      8 years ago from Tennessee

      voted up & useful! Every gun owner should see this...

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