Originally Posted by Mercator
Frangible ammo is relatively new and radically different from the expanding bullets banned by The Hague. As some of you may know, they are used primarily as training rounds in close quarters. They are often made non-toxic. (Before someone inhales to say Glaser, yes I know this niche product) Frangible ammo has no role in warfare. I am surprised to learn it's banned. I appreciate accurate info even more than accurate shooting.
The term "frangible" has a different meaning now than it did in the early 1900's. Any expanding soft or hollow point bullet was considered "frangible" under the Hague Accords.
Today they are disintegrating bullets.