Videos

Velociraptor Glass Breaker and Inhibitball test at 17m

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Testing firing the Velociraptor Glass Breaker ball at a distance of 17m into a piece of vehicle side window glass and a cardboard and wood (5mm cardboard, 6mm plywood, 5mm cardboard) target.

First round is a Velociraptor Glass Breaker followed by a Velociraptor Inhibitball.

The Velociraptor Glass Breaker and Inhibit balls were fired from an SA-8 pistol set at 400fps+.

Notice the serverity of the glass shattering as well as the "pepper" cloud formed after impact into the target.

Velociraptor Eliminator Projectiles Breaking Vehicle Glass

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A sequence of slow motion recordings of Velociraptor Eliminator Hard and Medium Head Projectiles breaking different vehicle "side" window glass.

THe projectiles were fired from an SA-8 pistol from +/- 5m at a velocity of 400+ fps.

Notice the extent of the "shattering".

Velociraptor Solid Tracer Glass Breaker

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Sequencs of frames and videos showing the effect of Velociraptor Solid Tracers shattering vehicle side window glass.

The first video shows the impact of a Velociraptor Solid Tracer fired from an SA-8 pistol from 5.5m at a velocity of 400fps+. A single shot was fired.

The second video shows the impact of firing the Velociraptor Solid Tracers from a Tippmann A5 set at 360fps from a distance of 5.5m. The marker has a response trigger and the end of the video includes frames showing the second ball moving through the glass as it shatters and impacting the backdrop.

Velociraptor Eliminator Medium Head : Skin, Body Fat and Tissue Test

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Tests were carried out to determine the impact of Velociraptor Eliminator Medium Head Projectiles on simulated skin, body fat and tissue. Wet chamois leather simulates the skin, 4.8mm closed cell foam the body fat and 20% by mass gelatin, the tissue.

The Velociraptor Eliminator Medium Head Projectiles were fired from an SA-8 pistol at 400+ fps from a distance of 4.6m

It is evident that minor "skin" penetration took place. However, the projected energy into the body fat and tissue is clearly visible from the damage to the closed cell foam. No visible "dents" were made in the gelatin although a "shockwave" is evident.

Firing of these impact projectiles should therefore be limited to target practice only as serious internal body damage could result if used on a human target at close range.

Velociraptor Tracer Tracker Night Shoot

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Velociraptor Tracer Tracker Night Shoot using a Tippmann A5 with response trigger. Distance to target backdrop was 25m.

Velociraptor Eliminator Projectile Skin and Tissue Simulation Test

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A sequence of slow motion Velociraptor Eliminator Projectile impacts into a simulant for "Skin and Tissue". The simulat is comprised of wet Chamois Leather for the skin and 20% Gelatin by mass for the tissue.

The projectiles were fired from and SA-8 pistol at a velocity of +/- 400fps from 10m.

Note the impacts do not perferate the "skin". The final portion of the video shows the "skin" removed and resulting "impacts" in the "tissue". Notice the "dents" clearly visible in the gelatin as a result of the impact. These dents do not penetrate more that 3mm into the gelatin. There are no indication of "shockwaves" in any impact areas.

Velociraptor Inhibitball (Pepper) Slow Motion Automatic Fire

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Slow motion video of Velociraptor Inhibitballs (Pepper) fired from a Tippmann A5 with response trigger. The target was situated 23.5m distant. This video only captured the first 3 seconds of fire. The last portion of the "shoot" is only evident by the "cover picture" of the target after the rapid fire / saturation test. It is evident from the target cover picture that good saturation of the target area can be achieved with ease using the Velociraptor Inhibitballs.

Tests have been carried out (please see other Velociraptor Video on this site) where the Velociraptor Inhibitballs have been fired at +/- 450fps from a SA8 pistol. Good flight stability and accuracy are maintained even at the higher velocities.

Velociraptor Tracer Trackerball "Automatic Fire" Accuracy at 23.5m

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3 seconds of slow motion impacts of the Velociraptor Tracer Trackerball.

The "balls" were fired from a Tippmann A5 with response trigger at a velocity of 360fps from a distance of 23.5m

Spaces between the target "lines" is 5cm.

Velociraptor Inhibitball Slow Motion Hard Target impact from 23.5m

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Velociraptor Inhibitball fired from a SA8 Pistol at +/- 450 fps at the hard target situated 23.5 m distant. Note the Inhibitball impact as well as the "Pepper" content dispersion.

Velociraptor Inhibitbll impact into 20% Gelatin from 10m

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Velociraptor Inhibitball fired from a SA8 Pistol at +/- 450fps from 10m. Note the depth of penetration as well as the "pepper" dispersion.