Of the discs themselves, Caleb writes:
Each disk then weighs about what a .32 ACP JHP weighs in at, while offering the frontal area of a >.40 caliber round.Or, in other words, each disc is like a downloaded 60gr .40S&W bullet, a weight and caliber combination not heretofore known for its manstopping prowess. Considering that, with the pattern from one of these revolving shot pistols so popular right now, you might be lucky to get one disc on target at anything over "from here to the end of the hallway" distances, why would you want to trust it to the equivalent of an indoor "gallery load" for a Glock 22 service pistol?
I'm willing to be proven wrong, but unless sectional density is no longer a factor in penetration, I don't think I will be.
Of course it will sell like gangbusters. This is, after all, a round marketed to people whose knowledge of terminal ballistics is so shaky that they've already bought a Taurus Judge for personal protection.