Washington D.C. based Des McMahon adds a unique blend of gunpowder and diesel fuel, as well as a small amount of binary liquid vapor under extreme pressure for the propellant. This results in an almost rocket-like effect on the projectile, increasing muzzle velocity and penetrative capabilities. We here at the Ammo camp affectionately call this round Hyperfocused. A good alternative to the Hyperfocused round is the Dragonfly round, which features the same propellant mix, but with more space between the projectile and the multi-propellant mix, as well as a slightly softer brass mix on the projectile, and pancakes quite nicely. Dragonfly is essentially a high velocity hollow point and is optimal for unarmored targets, but the stopping power and effectiveness can't be beat.