Do you need a slug barrel on a 12 gage to to shot a slug bullet?
No, as long as you use rifled slugs, sabots are for rifled barrels. Some people will say that a slug will harm a full choke barrel, I have shot them out of a full choke Remington model 10 for years with no damage, I don't think I would do it out of a xx-full choke though.
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A barrel is the part that holds the shot shell or casing that the bullet or BBs go down towards the target. In a Center fire rifle or pistol the barrel has rifling to help stabilize the bullet after it has left the muzzle Read More
Rifling. The barrel is not smooth on the inside. There are small grooves spiraling down the barrel which makes the bullet spin. Nearly all shotguns do not have rifling in the barrel. Read More
What year is 16 gauge single shot springfield barrel and lug forged in one piece inside barrel wwdt?
What year is 16 gage single shot Springfield barrel and lug forged one piece inside barrel wwdt Read More
No- or minimal at best. Acceleration of the bullet comes from gas expanding inside the barrel, pushing the bullet. Once it leaves the barrel, (or within a VERY short distance) gas is no longer pushing, and acceleration stops, and bullet begins to slow from air resistance. Read More
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A rifle is shot straight up and the bullet leaves the barrel at a speed of 245 m s How long will it take the bullet to hit the ground?
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If a gun was parallel with the earth and was fired and at that very instant someone standing by the barrel dropped a bullet from beside the barrel, both bullets would hit the ground at the same time. Bullets start falling the instant they leave the end of the gun barrel. That is why hunters hold their rifles at an upward angle. It looks like the bullet will shoot up into the sky. The bullet… Read More
You compare the rifling marks on the bullet to the rifling in the barrel. You can also compare the firing pin mark on the primer to the firing pin on the gun. Read More
A rifle is shot straight up and the bullet leaves the barrel at a speed of 245 miles per second How long will it take the bullet to hit the ground?
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One where the powder and bullet (or shot) is loaded into the gun from the front end (muzzle) of the barrel. Read More
One of the custom or commercial stock makers might be able to help. Read More
$50-$100, depending on condition. Read More
Browning A-5 Ser H90671 barrel is marked on top with M over a 529 is this the original barrel and can the barrel be altered to shoot steel shot?
You will need a replacemetn barrel that is rated for steel shot. Read More
What is the bullet drop for a 180 grain bullet shot from a super red hawk with a 9.5 inch barrel and a suggested O in range for a scoped?
Impossible to answer without knowing Velocity and what your end state is. Read More
Which will fall faster a bullet dropped from a height 1' or a bullet shot from a rifle at a height of 1'?
As long as the barrel is precisely level with the ground, gravity will pull them to the Earth at the same rate. Read More
50-250 USD Whats the Value of Steevens Double Barrel Shot Gun Savage 12 Gage Model 311 Series H Read More
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it should shoot 1inch or better three shot group at 100 yards. try different bullet weights. Read More
A cartridge consists of a casing (shell) with a built-in primer, a propellant (gun powder) and a projectile/bullet. When the trigger on a gun is pulled, it releases the hammer which strikes the high-explosive primer. The tiny explosion ignites the low-explosive propellant. If the low-explosive propellant was made of the same high-explosive stuff as the primer, the gun would blow apart. As the propellant expands inside the casing, the pressure builds to a point where… Read More
The barrel is straight. However, there are spiral grooves cut on the inside of the barrels. These spiral grooves, called rifling, make the bullet spin when it is fired. Just as a thrown football spins for an accurate throw, the spinning bullet makes for an accurate shot. Read More
Yes, a bullet can be shot with no gun. A bullet does not need a lot of speed to kill someone. Say someone threw a bullet to the ground, it might bounce back up and hit you, thus causing you to die or be injured Read More
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Depends upon length of revolver barrel, smooth bore or grooved bore, caliber of bullet, grains of powder propelling bullet, weight of grains in bullet, into wind shot or against wind shot, cross wind shot. Go to a shooting range and get some good ideas and answers from experienced shooters. Shooting/reloading manuals have good answers. Hope this helps some. Read More
When a bullet is fired from a rifle or pistol, it has markings impressed on it from being pushed through the rifling in the barrel. These marks, known as striations, are unique to each gun, much as fingerprints are unique. The striations made by two different rifles will NOT be the same. Similar, but under a microscope, different. Read More
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The value of a Savage shot barrel 12 gauge single trigger shotgun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 450.00 and 550.00 as of 2014. Read More
Where can you find age and approx value of Springfield Arms Co Proof tested 12 gage double barrel two trigger shot gun?
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These guns are quite old 46 to 60 years old the barrels can be very difficult to remove they are screwed into the receiver you should be a gunsmith to remove the barrel as fitting a new barrel you will have to make sure that the head space is ok. Most guns of this era had fixed barrel even the early Remington 870 had fixed barrels you will need a barrel vise barrel spanner to… Read More
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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? Read More
The bullet will travel as fast as it would on earth (possibly a little faster, due to the lack of air resistance in the barrel). Once it left the barrel, it would continue with the same speed until slowed by gravity, or it entered a planetary atmosphere- or hit something. Read More
Usually, yes. A longer gun barrel allows the bullet to accelerate longer and thus increases its velocity. But it is a complicated problem. A short barrel and a large powder load has about the same velocity as a smaller load and a longer barrel. A longer barrel suffers more wear. Really big naval guns were good for a limited number of shots and each shot was numbered, being bigger for every shot. Read More
Because that was the way it was loaded into the gun, shot charge, bullet charge, shot charge, bullet charge. If you load it that way, it will shoot that way. Read More
No published sn data; @ turn of the century give or take a decacde or two Read More
A wadcutter is simply a style or shape of a bullet that cuts a hole in a paper target cleanly so that the shot may be judged easily for score. A wadcutter bullet is basically just a barrel shaped bullet...conical. There is also a "semi-wadcutter" bullet that has a sharp shoulder beneath a tapered tip. Read More
bullet? <><><> Well, a bullet is PART of a round of ammunition. It is actually one CARTRIDGE. A catridge consists of the cartridge case, primer, powder, and bullet. The bullet is the part that is fired out of the barrel. For some purists, the term "round" refers to a shot or a bullet after it is shot. For most other people a "round" refers to one cartridge of ammunition. Think of it this way: The… Read More
Yes you can. Lead Shot is Lead Shot. I shoot all kinds of different sizes of shot out of my Mossberg and Remington Shotguns. What you do not want to do is shot a slug out of barrel made for shot. Get a rifled barrel for that. Read More
The BULLET drop is the pull of gravity on the bullet as it is shot, resulting in the bullet lowering in altitude over a long distance. This is what long-distance shooters have to account for on their scopes. Different types of bullets with different weights, sizes, and shapes, as well as the barrel length and rifling ratios, affect how much the drop will be. Read More
Assuming you mean a barrel that is for lead pellets, if the barrel is not rifled, steel shot will not damage the smooth barrel. If it is rifled however, steel shot will in fact damage the rifling. Read More
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It starts to lose momentum the second it comes out of the barrel. It depends on where you shot it when the momentum is totally depleted (if you shoot straight up or parallel to the ground). Read More
What would be the model of the shot gun made under the browning pat 12 gage auto repeating shot gun I need a stock?
Provide a DETAILED description of ALL markings on the weapon. Read More
What is the muzzle velocity of a 100 gr bullet shot from a Thompson center .243 single shot pistol with a 14 barrel It is 2900 fps in a rifle?
Velocity loss is probably in the area of 200 to 300 fps less than a rifle. Read More
Yes, the longer the barrel the longer the shot. Read More
That is a broad question, as there are some dbl barrel 12 gauge shotguns worth $50.00-$75.00, and then there are bennelli and similar types worth $500.00 or more. Custom shotguns from Italy and Germany may cost as much as $20,000 to $50,000. Read More
They were made in .410 bore, 20, 16, 12 gauge, and may have had 32 and 28 gauge options, though they are rare if they exist. It should say on the barrel what gauge and choke it is. Read More
Brake barrel rifles are single shot rifles. After each shot you have to fold the barrel down (Break the barrel) in order to cock it again. Read More
Look in the yellow pages for Gunsmiths. Read More