- CNC machined from solid copper or brass, not formed or swaged
- Exceptional accuracy from the advanced manufacturing process
- Barrier-blind projectile
- Deep penetrating with large wound cavity
- Expansion is initiated by hydraulic energy – expansion only where it is required
The Lehigh Defense Xtreme Cavitator uses a unique geometry to form a vapor pressure spike at the nose blanketing the flank of the bullet with a long envelope of air as it passes through media eliminating side drag and allowing deep penetration. No, it isn’t voodoo or marketing hype, it is physics. If you are bored, look up super cavitation torpedoes; the Russians where there first. The fact is, all bullets create cavitation; Lehigh Defense just created a design with a unique nose and an air reservoir groove to accentuate the effect. Not satisfied with just another deep penetrating solid, Lehigh then applied the science of their XP and XD bullet technologies to use the nose to redirect the hydraulic energy radially, creating a larger permanent wound cavity than any expanding solid. The concave surface is merged into a square nose that defeats barriers by dividing the hoop strength of the contact media. The end result is a conservation of energy from a square nose to breech entry barriers, to a concave surface directing hydraulic energy outward creating an enormous wound cavity, to a cavitation point that blankets the bullet with a boundary of air reducing flank drag and allowing deep penetration. This is not loaded ammunition.