I just received a tri-fold brochure in the mail from a Florida based company that manufactures something called, “SAFETY BULLETS”, in multiple calipers. At 1st, I had a hard time figuring our exactly what they were, but in the end they are pretty ingenious. I am thinking they are only functional with automatic guns and would not make much sense with revolvers. Anyhow, just in case they may be of interest to others here, I scanned the brochure to share with the forum. They are even selling a “Collectors Sample Pack”.
I am not trying to sell or promote these in any way so I am not putting this thread in the BST section. My intent is only to share the info and marvel at the design features :-)
I am assuming that they were designed to be either the 1st round in a clip with a empty chamber or as a round already in the chamber and a live round to follow in the clip? If already chambered, the slide needs to be pulled back to remove the Safety Bullet and then chamber the live round? It appears that if a gun is fired with this bullet chambered it will not eject so a live round can not be chambered? Just guessing.