How far does a pistol bullet go?
300 yards A pistol bullet can travel much further than 300 yards. On average, a pistol bullet can travel about a mile.
What is the recoil velocity of the pistol when a bullet of mass 200g is fired with a velocity 30m per second from a pistol of mass 100kg?
Use conservation of linear momentum. Before firing the bullet the total momentum was zero (assuming you were not moving), therefore, after firing the bullet, the total momentum must needs also be zero. Therefore, after the shot, m1v1 + m2v2 = 0, where m1 and v1 correspond to the pistol, and m2 and v2 correspond to the bullet.
Automatic Colt Pistol The Model 1911 pistol was developed for the Army. Most bullets (cartridges) had a large base for use in the cylinder of a revolver. The Colt pistol was automatic and used a clip so the cartridge did not have a base that was wider than the bullet. This bullet was specially designed for this gun. It became known as the .45 ACP so it would not be confused with other bullets.
Effectively, and expecting to be able to hit your target, you'd be looking at about 25 metres, under ideal circumstances. The bullet may travel significantly further, but most of your 6.35mm pistols are "pocket pistol" designs, intended only for the closest of ranges. As far as how far the bullet will travel, it may travel up to 500 metres or more, under the right circumstances.
No such thing. It is a typo. A 45 mm pistol would fire a bullet larger than a golf ball. I think you are looking for a .45 CALIBER pistol. That is a handgun that fires a bullet about 45/100ths of an inch in diameter. Perhaps the two best known are the 45 Colt Peacemaker type revolver of cowboy fame, and the 1911A1 .45 Automatic Pistol, used by the US Army.
In optimal conditions, with the wind to your back, you firing the 1911 at a 45' angle, the bullet could travel a mile, or more (1.6km+). Now, to ACCURATELY hit a man-sized target, 50 meters would be considered pretty far. With training, maybe even up to 100 meters (aiming a few cm above the target, to compensate for the bullet drop). Most pistol ranges are set at 5, 7, 10, 15, 25 and 35 yards.
it depends where, what angle . if the bullet is led no it will splatter on a bone but it might go in the tissue and it depends how far you are up close it will go right though you! but if you were standing on a 4 story building and a person shoots from the ground you, will be like a paint ball it depends where, what angle . if the bullet is led…