The fluted bullet has been in existence since the 1980s, but it wasn’t perfect until Black Hills’ HoneyBadger lineup featuring monolithic copper bullets that were specially designed for each caliber and velocity. Police Officer Kimberly Heath-Chudwin and and Tom Beckstrand, former U.S. Army Special Operations officer, couldn’t be more impressed.
Heath-Chudwin explains the testing process that she has used in evaluating defensive ammo during her law enforcement instructor classes. Her findings proved the HoneyBadger’s ability to retain its weight, penetrate through barriers including brass, while promoting consistency and reliable terminal ballistics. Available in nine calibers, the HoneyBadger functions well in all the firearms that it’s been tested in. This round has even caught the attention of federal law enforcement agencies and is quickly becoming a first choice among law-abiding citizens interested in enhancing their self-defense.