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Can a slug cartridge be fired through a rifeled barrel?

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yes a rifled shotgun barrel or smooth shotgun barrel

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Depends on the .22 cartridge, what it is fired from, and the angle of the barrel when fired. A .22 LR high velocity cartridge, fired from a rifle at about a 40 degree elevation can shoot about 1.5 miles- but there is no accuracy at that distance.

It depends on several factors, such as, the specifications of the particular cartridge and the barrel length of the gun it is fired from.

When the cartridge is fired, the bullet is driven through the barrel, At one point a small hole is drilled in one side of the barrel. As the bullet passes that hole, some of the gas that is pushing the bullet through the barrel enters that hole, and pushes against the gas piston. The gas piston drives the bolt to the rear, extracts the fired cartridge case, and ejects it from the rifle. A return spring pushes the bolt forward, where it strips a fresh cartridge from the magazine, and chambers it- ready to fire again.

Yes. Rifled slugs are intended to be fired through a smoothbore barrel. Sabot slugs are intended to be fired through rifled barrels.

The breech is the rear of the barrel, where a cartridge would be loaded. The muzzle is the front end of the barrel. When fired, a bullet is driven up the barrel, and out of the muzzle.

The barrel of a firearm is the tube through which a bullet travels when a gun is fired.

between about 1000 FPS and 1800 FPS, depending on the cartridge specifications and the length of the barrel is it fired from.

The proper term is CARTRIDGE- bullet is the part of a cartridge that is fired from the barrel. There is no one answer to your question- it will depend of which .50 CAL cartridge- and then it depends on the loading of that particular cartridge (different bullet weights will have different powders/ amounts)

the barrel is the part that the bullet travels through once the gun is fired. it is on the inside of the gun.

Assuming yo mean the full sized Winchester Model 94 rifle, it has a seven CARTRIDGE magazine. A bullets is the part of a cartridge that is fired out of the barrel.

If you mean a CARTRIDGE (a loaded round of ammunition) do not try it. Very unsafe. If you mean a BULLET (the projectile that is fired out of the barrel) soap and water.

It is a firearm with a shoulder stock, rifled barrel, and holds only one cartridge. It must be reloaded each time it is fired.

Actually, the proper name is "cartridge." The term bullet is an extremly common but incorrect usage when referring to a cartridge. The term bullet only refers to the piece of lead that comes out of the barrel when the gun is fired. The bullet is one component of the cartridge.

a bullet of the same caliber and same grains of powder fired from a long barrel will have a higher muzzle velocity than if fired from a short barrel.

A machine gun uses energy from the fired cartridge to operate the mechanism to unload the fired catridge, and to load a fresh cartridge- which is fired, and repeats the cycle.

Depends on the bullet weight and the length of barrel it is fired from. There is a range of about 2700 fps to 3250 fps for that cartridge. Averages out to around 3050 fps.

There are bullets (that is the projectile that gets shot out of the barrel) and cartridges (cartridge case, powder, primer, bullet) It may be possible to recover a fired bullet, load it into a cartridge case with a new primer and powder, and shoot it again- BUT bullets are generally rather soft, and likely to get bent up on impact. Once a CARTRIDGE has fired, it needs to have the old primer removed, new one installed, fresh charge of gunpowder put in place, and THEN load a bullet into the cartridge case.

No it does not. It may flake off and get onto your barrel but as long as you clean your gun as you should there will be no damage done.

A "round" of ammunition refers to one complete shot- properly called a cartridge- which usually consists of a cartridge case, a primer, powder, and a bullet. The bullet is the part of a cartridge that is fired out of the barrel. Some people (in error) call cartridges bullets. A bullet is PART of a cartridge- or round. Make sense?

The word bore that is used in firearms terminology refers to the diameter of the hole in the barrel of a firearm.It is used to describe the diameter of that hole for caliber of the cartridge fired,and refers to the length of the entire hole within the barrel.

A bullet is the part of a cartridge that is fired from the gun. A cartridge consists of a cartridge case, primer, powder, and the bullet. The primer is struck by the firing pin, and explodes. In doing so, it ignites the gunpowder. Rapidly burning powder produces a rapidly expanding gas. This pushes the bullet out of the barrel.

A cartridge consists of a cartridge case with primer, the powder filling, and the bullet (the projectile). When a cartridge is fired, the primer ignites the powder, which burns, driving the bullet out of the barrel. The now empty cartridge case may be automatically ejected from the gun (falls to the ground) or may have to be ejected by hand- depends on the gun.

A 9mm Parabellum cartridge loaded with a standard bullet and only a primer will normally not be able to drive the bullet out of the barrel. It will usually lodge in the barrel (this is known as a squib load). If a second normal cartridge is fired behind this, it stands a very good chance of blowing up the gun.

The barrel moves when the weapon is fired.

It depends on the specific cartridge and the length of the barrel of the gun, but in general, usually between about 800 and 1100 feet per second.


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