Two interesting "new" rounds- GECO and G9

I will admit I have trouble with the forum search feature, so I apologize if these have been covered elsewhere.

The first is a GECO 7.62x39 “Match” FMJ, the label says “Target”, and has a picture of a Fox and some sort of bird, (I think I would not hunt birds with 7.62x39).
The description reads, in part [bold italics are mine]:
“Smooth recoil for fast shooting cycles, best feeding and function from all semi-auto rifles and no muzzle flash make it a first choice for all shooters.”

  • Centerfire Rifle Rounds
  • Caliber : 7.62 x 39mm
  • Bullet Type : Full Metal Jacket
  • Bullet Weight : 124 GR
  • Muzzle Energy : 1665 ft lbs
  • Muzzle Velocity : 2430 fps
  • Rounds Per Box : 20
  • Boxes Per Case : 50

The second is from “G9” [?] and is listed as an “External Hollow Point”, (technically correct to say three external hollow points?), that looks very much like the Ruger ARX round that came out about 5 or so years ago.
80 Grain
1480 FPS
Solid Copper Machined Bullet
20 qty
High Energy
Low Recoil

The Ruger 9mm is loaded for them The Bullets shown here are “solid Copper” while the Ruger (also ARX and NOVX) loads are powdered copper and polymer! Note that cases are the NaS3 two piece! wonder what the headstamp is? G9 maybe?

The cases appear to be the 2 piece ShellShock type.