5.56 x 45mm Hellfire Bullet

Hellfire bullets are explosive incindiary rounds created by the United States military in 2002 and got into the hands of the Watchers Council in 2004. They were invented with the intent to be used against vampires. Hellfire bullets are composed of the standard gun powder to launch the bullet from the shell. The bullet itself is a shell casing filled with high explosive liquid that explodes on impact. These bullets cause extraordinary damage to a vampire. Shots to the head or chest result in the vampire burning up and dusting away.

Bullet Sizes

Hellfire bullets come in a range of sizes for use in various firearms.

  • 9mm
  • .45 ACP
  • 5.56 x 45mm NATO
  • 7.62 x 39mm
  • .50 BMG
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