There are two philosophies when it comes to bullets. One that believes rapid expansion, moderate penetration and weight loss is best, while the other believes that moderate expansion, deep penetration and virtually no weight loss is best. Both have their virtues and applications, but why settle for one or the other when you can have both?
Xtreme Chaos bullets offer the best of both. Once fluid is impacted, they shed the front portion of the bullet into multiple petals that radiate outward away from the bullets initial trajectory path resulting in a massive energy spike. The bore diameter base of the bullet continues and penetrates deeply in a straight line. Both the temporary and permanent wound cavity created by this bullet separation is dramatic resulting in quick incapacitation. The solid base creates additional tissue damage and often results in full penetration of the animal.
The primary difference between the Controlled Chaos and the Xtreme Chaos is that the Controlled Chaos typically sheds 5 or 6 curled petals and retains less base weight than the Xtreme Chaos. The Xtreme Chaos will always shed 4 mostly straight petals and will retain more base weight than a Controlled Chaos.
The Xtreme Chaos doesn’t expand or fragment when it impacts hard barriers like drywall, only when it impacts fluid, where it expands, fractures and does its devastation.
No other bullet on the market offers the accuracy and repeatable terminal performance of the Controlled Chaos and Xtreme Chaos bullets.
Only two Xtreme Chaos bullets are available now. A .308 125 grain specifically designed for the 300 HAM'R and a 160 grain .308 designed for .308 Winchester and .30-06 Springfield.
The Xtreme Chaos 160 grain .308 is simply the deadliest hunting bullet I've ever used. The nose separates into 4 petals and the slightly mushroomed base weighing 120 grain continues on for deep penetration.
- Bill Wilson
Solid copper Xtreme Chaos bullets meet the criteria of states and jurisdictions calling for lead free projectiles.