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Clear Ballistics: Shooting Upward with Business Recipe

Clear Ballistics:  Shooting Upward with Business Recipe
Clear Ballistics owner Joel Edwards was in information technology at USA Truck when he started tinkering with recipes for ballistic gelatin. “I was looking at different jellies, different fishing lures, a lot of different products. I was mixing products together to see how they reacted,” he said.

Joel Edwards of Clear Ballistics says he never intended to start a company or become wealthy; he just wanted to see if he could make ballistic gelatin.
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