IB In The News

CEO/CFO Magazine 2016

Why is Integrity Ballistics noteworthy?
Mr. Kolnik: Our product is unique in the sense that it brings a new technology to an old market and there is definitely a place for it. The big thing is that we want to bring back and deliver less lethal that is more effective, not less. We want it to be used as a safe and effective alternative to lethal circumstances and we want it to be the first option. Read more here

Idaho Statesman

(Sept. 19, 2015) – The state’s only innovation awards program named three finalists in each of four categories this week. The winners in the 10th edition of the Idaho Innovation Awards will be named on Oct. 21 in Boise. Read more here

Idaho Innovation Awards

Boise, ID – Finalists have been selected in the 10th annual Idaho Innovation Awards, presented by Stoel Rives LLP, Kickstand and Idaho Technology Council (ITC) and supported by Deloitte. Winners and finalists will be recognized at a special awards presentation during the Idaho Technology Council’s sixth annual Hall of Fame Celebration on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at Boise Centre.

As the state’s only innovation awards program, the Idaho Innovation Awards recognizes innovative accomplishments in four categories. The categories and 2015 finalists are listed below (finalists are listed in alphabetical order). Read more here:


(Sept. 01, 2014) – “Peters said Ahlers resisted arrest and was shot with a non-lethal integrity ballistics 1401 Burns round from a shotgun before being taken into custody.”

Idaho Department of Commerce

(Jan. 11, 2013) – Integrity Ballistics will introduce the Burns 1401 at the 2013 NSSF SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.…

Fox News

(Jan. 4, 2013) – Joe Kolnik, a chemical engineer and the founder of Integrity Ballistics, spent nine years on engineering and design research to develop a new, less lethal round. Rather than keeping its shape as other rounds do, his bullets flatten like a pancake across the target’s body.…