Long distance rifle shot?
1.5 miles or so
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Answer . \nGreetings! The value of any fire arm can vary significantly based on several factors. First and most important is the condition. A Stevens C S R in excelent condition can be worth up to $450.00. On the other hand the same gun on poor condition could fetch as little as $50.00 to $100.00… depending if it is funcional or not. Hope this helps & Good luck ( Full Answer )
The savage model 99 in caliber 250 savage is a great long distance shooter. Also, Check on other calibers such as 308 Winchester good out to 1000 yards and 300 win mag which can go even further. Types and weights of bullets really make a difference Also.
I bought one a a gun show last year and paid $150. It was in good condition.. Hey! I got you beat! I have one purchased new in 1952 for $13. I wouldn't take a $1000 for it.
How much is a Browning A bolt 22 long rifle with rosewood tips that has never been shot with the original box worth?
Answer . \nI recently purchased one for $325.00 for my little boy and will be buying another someday for his brother. Hope this helps. Give me a call at 417-830-5588 if yours is a magnum as I would prefer to have a magnum. Thanks.
Answer . \nAny of the Stevens Boy's Rifles, including the #26 Crack Shot, are very rarely found in excellent condition. Only makes sense considering how the guns were marketed. Any Crack Shot in original excellent condition would easily sell for $400 or more, but guns in typical condition for …the model are selling in the $125-$175 range.\n. \firstname.lastname@example.org ( Full Answer )
You arelooking for information on a crack shot 22 long rifle by Stevens arms a tool co would be greatly appreciated earl-w?
Answer . You should go to Gunbroker.com General Discussion forum and you will find people ready to assist you
Answer . Of course rifle condition is a big factor. If its mint condition I would say about $275
Can an Iver Johnson Model 57 Target 9 shot revolver accommodate short long and long rifle twenty two shells?
Yes, although you should clean the sylinder thoroughly after firing longs or shorts to prevent corrosion at the end of the cylinder chamber that would interfere with long rifle cases.
squrriel rabbit little birds nothing fancy maybe a coyote depending on what your shooting.. i have taken several rabbits with my .177 air rifle but they are best suited for pop cans and such.
Adequate shots can be made at that range with barrels as short as 16", but the longer the barrel the higher the muzzle velocity and the better the performance at range. Generally speaking, a rifle designated as a "sniper" rifle won't have a barrel length less than 22" or longer than 26", though ther…e are exceptions - I've seen long-range shooting rifles with barrels 30" or longer, but they are rare.. There is no hard-and-fast rule about velocity and barrel length, but you can assume 25 fps per inch of barrel and not be far off. . The short answer is the same for any distance: "As long as you can comfortably carry and shoot." ( Full Answer )
Depends on your skill level, the cartridge being used, the game being hunted. It could be as little as 50m or in excess of 1000m
A rifle is shot straight up and the bullet leaves the barrel at a speed of 245 ms How long will it take the bullet to hit the ground?
We're going to ignore air resistance. Time the bullet spends on the way up = 245/9.8 seconds Time it spends on the way down to the same elevation as the muzzle = another 245/9.8 seconds Total time to return to the elevation of the muzzle = (2 x 245 / 9.8) = 50 seconds . From there, we… don't know how high the muzzle of the gun is above the ground, so we can't calculate the duration of the extra little bit until the bullet hits the ground. ( Full Answer )
The most common ammo is the .177 BB or .177 pellet. However some pellets come in 20cal, 22cal, 25cal and the larger 45 and 50 cal pellets. That are used in the big bore PCP Air Rifles.
What information is available about a Winchester single shot 22 Short Long and Long Rifle Model 02A Patented August 29 1898?
Approximately 640,000 of these little bolt action .22's were made between 1902 and 1931. Like many inexpensive .22's, they were not serial-numbered, so there is no way to know precisely what year yours was made. They had a gumwood stock and no buttplate, and sold for $6. If yours is in good conditio…n, its value would be in the $200 to $300 range. ( Full Answer )
There is no one single best caliber, but to get an answer, you need to be a little more specific. Rifle or handgun? Define long distance. 50 yards? 100 yards? 1000 yards?
The Model 41 was produced from 1936 until 1939 with 306,880 rifles manufactured. Condition will depend on the current condition of the rifle and which Model 41 you have. They were furnished in Models 41 A, 41 AS, 41 P and the 41 SB.
What to know when the jc Higgins model 33 pump 22 rifle that shot 22 shortor long rifle rounds in what year it was made and last produce for sale to public?
Your model 33 was made by High Standard for Sears Roebuck exclusively between 1954 and early 1961.
crack shots were early 1900's , not many were made before 1898 ,= antique status in the us.
For deer hunting what would be the best choice on pistol cartidge's rifles and which one would have a good shot placement for distance?
You will have to follow your states hunting regulations for mimimum caliber. Best is a relative term that only you can answer based on your skills.
Not having ever seen a man shot, but having shot my share of dear--a generally man-sized target--he would likely fall in the direction the bullet was travelling. Of course this will depend entirely on the caliber of the weapon, the grain and materiel of the bullet (full metal jacket, soft tip, hollo…w point, talon, depleted uranium, etc.). It was reported after the first battle of Mogadishu (the source for the book and movie Blackhawk Down ) that Somali men who were shot with depleted uranium (armor piercing) rounds barely registered being hit. That many kept running and fighting unless a major organ or artery was hit and they bled out. From personal observation, a 7mm magnum rifle bullet will pick up a medium sized white tail deer (120-150 lbs.) and drop it about five feet out of the track it was running in when hit. ( Full Answer )
Obviously the further away from the basket you are, the higher the degree of difficulty. Therefore lowering your odds in making the shot. Was this a serious question?
A rifle is shot perfectly horizontal how long will it take the bullet to hit the ground if nothing ever comes in the way?
If you were to drop a bullet at the same moment the rifle bullet is fired, both ought to strike the ground simultaneously. The reason is because the downward force of gravity acts the same on each, whereas a bullet fired towards the ground would enjoy an initial velocity boost, and one fired above t…he horizontal would begin with a negative velocity. ( Full Answer )
I doubt it very much. There, of course, are Naval guns and artillery pices that can greatly exceed this distance.
It depends... some revolvers are specifically made with two separate cylinders. To give you an example, my 1962 vintage Ruger Single-Six as a cylinder for 22 Magnum and one for 22 Long Rifle.. If the revolver you are referring to only has a 22 Magnum cylinder, then No, you can not safely shoot 22 L…ong Rifle cartridges in it, as the cases will rupture in the cylinder, and result in hi-pressure blow-back gases. ( Full Answer )
Your question is too vague. Are you talking about loading? Are you talking about a muzzel loader? If this is the case, an experienced person can take between 30 and 60 seconds if a Flintlock and a little faster if it is a cap and ball.
Can not be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, type of sights, barrel length, ammunition capacity, etc..
H&R did not make a .22 semiautomatic pistol. The Model 25 and Model 32 were in .25 ACP and .32 ACP calibers. They were "automatic" revolvers, but automatic refers to a method of ejecting fired casings, not semiautomatic function. If you can repost with all markings and a full description, will try t…o find you an answer. Most H&R .22 Revolvers are moderately priced, between $100 and $175, depending on condition. ( Full Answer )
Can you use a stirling model 110 22 rifle to shot feral pigs if so at what distance and what rounds?
Depends on if it's lawful where you are. If it is, I would not recommend a 22, regardless of load, unless you can put 10 rounds into a target the size of the eye at 50 yards.
It is about 31-32 inches, total. It appears to be a 22 rifle for a child. Single shot, lever action. Very cool!
If a person is shot in the abdomen with a rifle makes it to the hospital and lives how long would the hospital stay be?
Until he runs out of money. Seriously no way to tell- will depend on extent of injuries, infection that may follow shooting, state of health BEFORE getting shot, age.
sounds like a hi-standard but w/o a pic I dunno......you might try breaking it down and looking over the body of the weapon with a fine tooth comb
You will have to be a little more specific. target shooting, sniping, BP or CF or RF?
Your rifle should be chambered for .22 Magnum. As such, the chamber is too long and too big for .22 Long Rifle and, if the shell will fire, the case will usually split. Not recommended.
I believe you are asking about a model 2201, this is one of about six different 22 Cal rifles that Daisy made. The model 2201 had a Walnut Stock while the 2211 had a Synthetic stock. Daisy no longer makes regular weapons. They still make pellet and BB guns.
It is not likely you will find a "new" barrel for these- the Stevens Crackshot went out of production a LONG time ago (one reference says they were made 1899-1910, another says 1913-1939). You MAY be able to find a "new" used barrel- a couple of POSSIBLE sources are wisnersinc.com, and gunpartscorp.…com. It may also be POSSIBLE that a skilled gunsmith could take another 22 barrel, and modify it to work, but doing so will lose any colletor's value your rifle has. In very good condition, these little rifles are worth about 200-250, in poor condition about $50. Cute, aren't they? PS- check to be sure you do not have a SMOOTHBORE Crackshot. One version was made without rifling to fire .22 shotshells for pest control. ( Full Answer )
Anyone who can legally possess a firearm in the USA can own an AR-15 Rifle provided that he files the required papers and documents which vary depending on where the person resides. There are additional papers to file and federal fees to pay if the particular rifle is capable of operating in a fully… automatic (machine gun) mode. ( Full Answer )
Kinda depends on how long of a distance you had in mind. The Remington 700 is a great rifle, and, depending on cartridge, it can reach out and touch something at 1000 metres. If you need to go further than that, a .50 rifle, like the MacMillan Tac-50, Barret M82, Barret M95, etc. might be more to yo…ur liking. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Clean the chamber after shooting shorts- you may have a ring of carbon that builds up, and can make loading a long difficult.
However long it takes you to reload Normally 10 shots per minutes - 6 seconds between rounds, but this varies with circumstance and skill. During First World War, the British using the Lee Enfield .303 with a 10 shot clip had what was called a "mad minute" during attacks and fired 30 rounds - 2 s…econds per round - in a minute. ( Full Answer )
What is the value of a smith and Wesson 1890 model of90 22 long rifle single shot pistal ctg on the barrel?
No such model number. A model 1891 single shot handgun, however, could range from 100-2000 USD depending on specifics.
There have been hundreds of different single shot .22 rifles made over that past 100 years. These have traditionally been a "first firearm" for many young shooters. The link below will take to to a photo of one of the popular single shot .22s. If you have questions, you can contact me through my mes…sage board. ( Full Answer )
The largest muzzleloader deer by antler score were killed in Highland County, Ohio but I do not think any of the top scored bucks were taken with traditional longrifle, I believe the hunters were using modern inline muzzleloaders from the photos I have seen.
It differs slightly based on WHICH rifle- but in general- a cartridge of ammunition is placed in the chamber, and the action closed. Rifle is pulled into one shoulder, and supported by the opposite hand (right shoulder, left hand holding) The safety is placed in the off position. The front and rear …sights are aligned with the target, and the trigger is pressed. This allows the firing pin to move forward under spring pressure, and strike the primer on the rear of the cartridge. The primer sends a jet of fire inside the cartridge case, igniting the gunpowder. Burning gunpowder produces rapidly expanding gasses, which push the bullet through the barrel. Spiral lines engraved on the inside of the barrel cause the bullet to spin, keeping it on course as it moves through the air. ( Full Answer )
no, a rife shoots 1 projectile and the barrel has spiral grooves in it which are known as rifling. A shotgun shoots multiple projectiles at a time, and the barrel is smooth.
Depending on where you live, it may be. The fact that it's "your property" doesn't matter, you still have to abide by city ordinances unless there's a specific exception for private property.
The Kentucky Long-Rifle is a quasi-category of long-barrelmuzzle-loading rifles, rather than one particular make and model.This introduces factors such as varying bore and velocity, so anexact answer cannot be derived. How far a rifle can shoot accurately also depends heavily upon theskill of the m…an wielding it. It is typically accepted that your 'Average' marksman using one ofthose arms typically rolled into the category of the Kentucky-LongRifle could accurately shoot at distance of up to 100 yards, withmore experienced marksmen being effective up to 200. Gifted marksman meanwhile could potentially engage targetsin the 300-400 yard range. ( Full Answer )
It is a firearm with a shoulder stock, rifled barrel, and holds only one cartridge. It must be reloaded each time it is fired.
I read awhile back that a US military sniper hit an enemy about 2miles or so away...
What is the movie called that starred burt Lancaster where he followed a bunch of bad guys and shot them with a long range rifle?
Valdez is Coming is the movie that starred Burt Lancaster where hefollowed a bunch of bad guys and shot them with a long range rifle.
Well, there are a couple of problems here. First, the value of ANYgun is based on the exact make, model and condition. You have givenus NONE of the three things we need- and we do need all three.Second, the 22 LR cartridge was not created until 1887- so it isimpossible to have a .22 LR firearm dated… 1864. Please check ALLmarkings on the rifle, repost, and we WILL try to help you. ( Full Answer )