i have 2 of the 1914 pump action 22s one is in the gun shop for feeding problems and the other one has a feeding problem with the age of the firearm and scarcity of parts and no manuals on the gun your dead in the water on this subject unless you can find a old timer willing to do work on this old gun mine has been at the shop for 8 months
it shoots bullets
The minigun shoots 6000 rounds per minute, that is 100 bullets a second, so it does have about 1000-10000 bullets
The kind that shoots bullets.
It shoots .25acp
The Crosman 760 doesn't shoot Bullets it shoots BB's or .177 caliber Pellets.
it shoots about 2 or 3 bullets a second.
it shoots a lot of bullets in a short time
For a Smith and Wesson revolver in stainless steel that shoots short bullets, you might need a 380 caliber pistol or a S&W 32 caliber revolver.
Something that shoots all the bullets without reloading after one shot
Marlin makes one.
it hold 8 but only shoots 1 at a time
The .243 Win is a great, it shoots 80 to 100 grain bullets, the 7mm-08 Rem is also very good it shoots 120 to 140 grain bullets. The .243 recoil is very lite te 7mm-08 is mild with 120 grain bullets. The 243 is a great deer round.
The bullets represent words. Was someone "shooting" hurtful words your way? To dream that someone shoots at you signifies a dangerous undertaking.
A semi-automatic or fully automatic rifle.
Many makers offer firearms that shoot the 380 ACP.
A .950 JDJ rifle shoots quite big bullets. And if you consider a Rocket-Propelled Grenade as a bullet, an RPG-7 would do the trick.
No. An Intervention shoots a smaller caliber bullet. The Barret is the rifle that shoots 50 caliber bullets. The Intervention fires .408Caliber Rounds (Bolt action)
it shoots 10 rounds per second and the mag has 30 rounds so you could use 3 seconds to shoot all the bullets from the mag
257 Roberts, 250 Savage
it shoots 3 bullets in a automatic row at a time like this ... ... ...
50-150 or so
20 - 30 dollars for a box of 20 bullets. or 300-unlimited for a gun that shoots 22-250.