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  1. #21
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    Talking Picked up my box !

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  3. #22
    As far as I'm concerned it's a sales gimmick. Hornady already makes one of the best personal protection rounds made in the Critical Defense. I'm not sold on this marketing ploy because it will give the anti-gun crowd "ammunition". I would perfer some silver bullets, if I didn't need them for vampires, the silver would be a valuable, stable investment. Has Hornady done any research that shows that green plastic is more toxic to zombies? Given a choice between a box of Critical Defense ammo and a green tipped bullet in a dorky box I'll take the Critical Defense ammo.

  4. #23
    Even though 2009 was proof "negative" that there is significant demand for ammunition, Hornady apparently thinks they can sell more ammo this way, and they're probably right.

    I can do without the B movie actor and the mythical Hollywood "Full auto" mentality though.

  5. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by shermr View Post
    As far as I'm concerned it's a sales gimmick. Hornady already makes one of the best personal protection rounds made in the Critical Defense. I'm not sold on this marketing ploy because it will give the anti-gun crowd "ammunition". I would perfer some silver bullets, if I didn't need them for vampires, the silver would be a valuable, stable investment. Has Hornady done any research that shows that green plastic is more toxic to zombies? Given a choice between a box of Critical Defense ammo and a green tipped bullet in a dorky box I'll take the Critical Defense ammo.
    Is it a sale "gimmick"? Yes, but the collectabilty factor is cool. It is Critical Defense just a different color polymer insert, and case. I'm putting mine in a shadow box with a plate that says: "In case of Zombie Apocolypse, break glass".

  6. It's also 2-4 dollars cheaper for the zombie "gimmick"

  7. #26
    Good commerical will have to get a couple boxes, if they work on Zombies I'm sure they will do a good job on the BG's..

  8. #27
    I got a box for my new glock, I think it is the same as Hornady Critical defense but with a green tip instead of pink. The box is cool.

  9. #28
    Great for practice ammo but I will not use it for my carry ammo. It may not make a bit of difference in the court room but I've seen enough of what gets prosecuted not to risk my freedom on a couple bucks more for ammo. I do not choose to factor in the "cool factor" in my ammo choice. I will carry nothing with a name that might entice a prosecutor. For me the risk is not worth the reward. After a self defense shooting I see no upside to having a gun named "The Judge" or ammo called "Zombie Max" or any similar product. I wouldn't expect anyone that visits this site to be on my jury. The prosecutor will try to keep all gun owners off the jury. True, it should not make a difference but it very well could. I do not intend to denigrate your decision only to explain mine.
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  10. #29
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    This stuff for practice? Way to pricey for that. The possibility of getting prosecuted because of a name for the firearm/ammo? Really? Keyboard won't let me continue.

  11. #30
    Gun store was out of critical defense, shot mine up today, had to buy the zombie ammo....oh boy.

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