People say a shotgun is a 4 bullet shooter.
while firing a bullet, the shooter may get a sudden jerk in his/her hands. So, by keeping track of shooters movement, one can determine which bullet was fired first
A .308 bullet is a rimless and bottlenecked rifle cartridge. It has an effective range of around 500 feet if the shooter is good enough.
The film 'Bullet' was produced in 1966, and should not be confussed with the film 'Bullit' starring Steve McQueen produced in 1968.
Depends on the thickness of the platinum, the speed and weight of the bullet, and what the bullet is made of. A.50 caliber armor piercing bullet will shoot through some thicknesses of steel or concrete.
No, the bullet loss its' energy through air friction in contact. The speed of a bullet decrease with distance.
Ok, the steps to beat Secret Level #10-Position your shooter/gun to one side of the blockShoot your 'bullet'Move your shooter/gun to the other side of the block, so the 'target' lines up with the 'bullet'I think that's all...
You probably couldn't shoot a bullet through a tornado, mostly because of the massive wind speeds that will turn the bullet off-course, and the fact that there is so much stuff flying through the air, that the bullet will hit something and stop.
Not recommended. May cause damage and/or injury to the weapon and shooter.
The law that says every action has an equal and oppsite reaction: the momentum of the bullet is balanced by the equal momentum of the gun (and shooter) in the opposite direction - the recoil.
That's going to depend on the muzzle velocity of the bullet as it leaves the gun, the distance between the shooter and the intended victim, and on how fast the intended victim turns and runs.
Because gravity pulls the bullet down so it might miss the target due to gravity
usely when a bullet gose through your bone it shatters said bone so it may require recostructive surgery
Colt, H&R, S&W to name a few
It is how thick a bullet is, measured through the thickest part of the bullet, from one side to the other.
NO! This will damage your rifle. ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!!This might also damage the shooter...A 17HMR's bullet is .172 diameter a .22 Mag is .224,and the difference in cases means theres gonna be some rupturing,damaging the gun and the shooter....DONT DO IT!!!!
Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone shooter and acted alone. Governor Connally was wounded by the magic bullet. Jack Ruby acted alone.
yes,cemet has no pores,and hardness is very hard so when the bullet hits it might make a small crater and spit and destroy the bullet.
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 ammunition manufacturer loads a bullet into a case to make a cartridge. The shooter loads the cartridge into the firearm and pulls the trigger, firing a shot or a round AKA sending a round downrange. The bullet then hits the target.
An entry and exit wound generally refer to the two parts of a bullet wound that passes all the way through. The entry wound is where the bullet hits something, and the exit wound is where the bullet exits after passing all the way through.
To get to the other side.
no you cant..
depends how thick the platinum is
It makes a hole.