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Q: How many grains does a 223 caliber bullet weigh?
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How many grains are in a 50 caliber bullet?

Various weights are made. You must specify which weapon you are looking at.

How many grains in a 22 caliber bullet?

It depends on Long, LR, Extra Long, etc. I would say average grain is about 40.

How many grains does a 50 cal bullet weigh?

Which .50 cal bullet did you have in mind? A standard 12.7x99 (.50 BMG) ball projectile weighs something like 660 grains, while dedicated sniping cartridges might have a projectile weighing more in the vicinity of 750 grains.

How many grains of powder are in a 40 cal round?

There are a lot of variables involved with the number of grains of powder in any given caliber round. Most importantly are the type of powder and the weight of the bullet. After that is the loader's preference as to the velocity of the round. For example, I load a 155 grain .40 caliber bullet using Ramshot Zip powder for a "light" velocity of about 1050 feet per second using 5.3 - 5.4 grains of powder.

How many grains are in a 7mm - 08 bullet?

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How many calibers equal to an inch?

Caliber is a term used to describe the diameter of a bullet in SAE units. 100 Caliber = 1 inch a 45 caliber bullet has a diameter of .45 inches.

How many grams of lead are in a bullet?

Depends on the bullet. A few have NO lead. Bullet weights are usually given in GRAINS rather than grams- a 110 grain bullet, like the M1 Carbine, weighs 7.1 grams. Bullet for a .22 short is about 29 grains, for a LARGE rifle, maybe 500 grains.

What is ak47 caliber?

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A 500 grain Bullet is how many ounces?

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How many bullets can a 40 caliber holds?

The correct term is cartridge, not bullet- and the answer will depend on WHICH .40 caliber pistol.

Can you shoot a 280 caliber bullet out of a 270 caliber rifle?

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What does 30 30 caliber mean?

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