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761 mph (miles per hour) (The muzzle velocity of a bullet varies widely depending on the caliber, type of bullet, type of cartridge, the powder charge, and the gun barrel. Muzzle velocities range from large caliber pistols as slow as 245 m/s, to high-powered rifles as fast as 1200 m/s, to tank rounds as fast as 1800 m/s. More .22 Long Rifle rounds have been produced than any other round.)

Small short barreled pistols have low velocities around 340 mph.

Long barreled rifles have velocities of 3,400 MPH

Experimental rail guns have shot bullets at 7,602 MPH



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