What is the bullet drop of a Lapua .338 Super Magnum?
There is no .338 Lapua Super Magnum. There is a .338 Lapua Magnum which is considered a member of "Super Magnum family".
.338 LM uses several different bullet types and drop will depend on bullet type and weight.
No such caliber. Sorry. If you man the Lapua .338 Magnum, drop will depend on the ballistic coefficient of the bullet being used, it speed, etc.
Depends on muzzle velocity, projectile weight and distance.
If zeroed at 100 yds, the bullet will drop ABOUT 275 inches below the line of sight at 1,000 yards. At that range, large number of variables including the muzzle velocity, air pressure, temperature and humidity.
A device that allows you to compensate for bullet drop
What is the bullet drop for a 180 grain bullet shot from a super red hawk with a 9.5 inch barrel and a suggested O in range for a scoped?
Impossible to answer without knowing Velocity and what your end state is.
Foor the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, average max. effective range about 150 yards. Some of the newer ballistic tip ammo stretches that to about 200 yds. At extended ranges bullet drop becomes a significant problem in accuracy.
There is no one answer, since there is no one bullet. The drop of a bullet is a function of the speed- how long it took to get to 1000 yards. Some bullets will not TRAVEL 1000 yards. All other things being equal, the faster bullet will drop less.
consider it`s a rimless round that`s going to want to drop deep in the chamber and won`t reliably fire in any case. If and when you do get a fire the bullet is smaller than expected in any .38 or .357 revolver so accuracy will be bad and the cases will split because they don`t fit properly, Besides super .38 Auto cartridges are more expensive
Sorry, you need to specify WHICH .308 bullet and at what distance. As distance increases, the RATE of drop also increases.
To the ground.
Due to gravity, the bullet starts to drop the second it leaves the barrel. You can calculate the drop by factoring mass and velocity with gravity (9.8 m/s²).
The BULLET drop is the pull of gravity on the bullet as it is shot, resulting in the bullet lowering in altitude over a long distance. This is what long-distance shooters have to account for on their scopes. Different types of bullets with different weights, sizes, and shapes, as well as the barrel length and rifling ratios, affect how much the drop will be.
ALL bullets fall at 32 ft per second per second. When you fire a gun, the bullet begins to drop as it leaves the barrel, To hit things further away, you aim higher. You can try this with a garden hose. Over a given distance, the bullet that will drop the least is the fastest- it simply gets there quicker, and has not had time to fall as far.
It depends on how high you are when you drop it.
That's a BIG DEPENDS... Depending on load and bullet weight. 7mm is loaded with anything from a 100-175 gr bullet and typically somewhere between 2700-3500 feet per second. It you zero at say 200 yards (fairly typical) your BALLPARK drop depending on the load/bullet approximately 10, 20, 40 inches at 300, 400, and 500 yards respectfully. So at 600 yards it's almost certainly about it for any load.
yep, whether or not its noticable all games these days do.
A .50 magnum has a muzzle velocity of about 420 meters per second (1480 feet per second). The time for a .50 caliber bullet to travel one mile at a constant speed of 1400feet per second is around four seconds. After four seconds, the bullet will have dropped around 256 feet. In reality, the bullet is slowed down due to air resistance, and takes longer to travel one mile (thus it drops further). Also note… Read More
There too many variables to give one answer- the drop is not even over distance, since the bullets begin to slow quite a bit at distances greater than 150 yards, It will vary depending on the speed of the bullet- and that varies by make, by bullet weight, and whether fired from a rifle, pistol, or revolver. When zeroed for 100 yards ,the trajectory of the standard high-velocity .22 LR with a 40-grain bullet has… Read More
What do you think?!!! yes, you see, when someone shoots a handgun, (lets assume a 45.) and you aim at a staight angle (180 degrees) then the bullet will drop to the ground totally at about 200 yards. That's why people have to arc all guns and other weapons.
When a rifle is fired horizontally the bullet leaves the barrel and doesnt drop at all for the first 35 meters of flight Is this true?
Depends on rifle, bullet, case design and powder charge.
All bullets drop at the same speed.
Drop the 'box' over the I then it will drop and stay there to complete.
Depends on the loading, and the zeroed range. An 80 grain bullet zeroed at 100 yards will be about 10.2 inches below the line of sight at 300.
If you shoot 150 Grain @ 2800 fps it will drop -10.8 inches if sighted zero at 100 yards.
Almost every song of Bullet For My Valentine is drop c tuning for bass and guitars... and Escape The Fate have a few drop c's too i think
16 feet. Just like anything else dropped on Earth.
The drop is not a straight like, but a curve that increases as distance increases (a parabola) since speed is decreasing. Winchester has a ballistic calculation system on line that will let you plot the trajectory of a rifle bullet at different ranges. As asked, there is no way to answer.
Technically a 12 gauge shotgun does not shoot a single bullet. It fires small lead balls from .25 inches in diameter to 1mm in diameter or less. Shotguns are also cabable of firing a slug which is esentially a very heavy bullet. The range depends on the angle of the barrel relative to the ground. in theory it begins to drop as it exits the muzzle.
No, a sabot slug does not rise after it leaves the barrel of a gun. No bullet rises after it leaves the barrel of a gun. It always falls from the line of sight of the barrel. All firearms have to be "sighted in" a bit high to hit a target downrange. At close range, there is little time for a bullet to drop and hit "low" on the target. Down range, however, the drop… Read More
Drop a bullet from the height you will be holding your weapon when you fire it. The time it take for the dropped bullet to hit the ground is how long it will be in the air after it is fired. (i.e. 1.5 seconds). Now take this time multiplied by the bullet speed of your particular gun (say 3000ft/second) and there you have it...1.5seconds X 3000 ft/second = 4500ft.
If the rifle is sighted in at 100 yards, at 300 yds the bullet will drop 24-25 inches below the aiming point.
you press the grab button to drop an item if grab is set to a key pad.
The answer will vary with the weight/ velocity of the bullet. Using an average velocity 165 gr bullet, a 30-06 rifle zeroed at 200 yds will strike ABOUT 15 inches below line of sight at 350 yds.
Yes. It may also activate a drop-down where you can choose bullet style.
No but 2 mouth fulls will get you super sick and you will have to go to hospital. A drop shouldnt do much harm!
Clear the Drip Drop area.
kill chickens when you have the quest, it will drop fast
A rifle is fired at a distant target and bullet is fired horizontally from a gun you drop a bullet from the height of the barrel if there ain't air resistance which bullet hits the ground 1st explain?
They will arrive at the floor together (assuming the floor is horizontal). The reason is that both the initial vertical component of the speed, and the vertical acceleration, are the same.
Depends on the velocity, shape of the bullet, and where the rifle is zeroed. For the standard .223 zeroed at 200 yards, bullet will be 1.4 inches HIGH at 100 yds, on target at 200, 7.2 inches LOW at 300, 22.3 inches LOW at 400, etc.
If you put the Super Drop Diamond in the save spot in front of your home will there be two one at save spot and at yusufs place in gta4 tbogt?
Yes. I have a Super Drop Diamond stashed in the parking space outside Playboy X's apartment (you can use Niko Bellic's parking spaces from GTA IV), and another Super Drop Diamond spawns outside of Yusuf Amir's place.
Use some software, there are free ballistics programs available on the internet. A bullet throughout it's flight is subjected to the constant force of gravity, an accleration of about 10m/s^2 downwards, so the total drop ends up being a function of flight time. A high velocity bullet drops less than a slower one at the same range because it reaches the target quicker and therefore spent less time dropping.
The easiest way to determine if it is a 38 special or 357 magnum is to see if it is marked as such on your revolver.If it is not,then take a 357 magnum cartridge and drop it into the cylinder of the revolver.If it protrudes out the end of the cylinder of the revolver it is chambered for the 38 special cartridge.The 357 magnum is a longer cartridge then the 38 special.If still in doubt… Read More
Drop it in the water beside the coffee place( I'm the master of Super Paper Mario)
Depends on the range at which the rifle is zeroed.
Depends on bullet weight.. Most good kills are 100-200 yds
400 yards A 243 has an effective kill range of just under 300 yards. This distance will change some depending on the bullet grain you choose. Over coming the trajectory and lost bullet energy would be very difficult at 400 yards where a small 55 grain bullet would drop 13 inches if zeroed at 200 yards and its energy would only be 705 foot lbs. You would have better energy with a 100 grain bullet… Read More
It could. Gunpowder does not require air to burn- it has it's own oxidizer chemically combined. Sights will need adjustment, since bullet will travel faster with no air resistance, and lighter gravity will cause less drop of the bullet.
it is a rare drop from D.A. quest only
The bullet leaves the muzzle at ABOUT 2950 fps, with 3091 ft lbs of energy. If zeroed for 200 yards, at 300 it will drop 6.8 inches below line of sight, at 400 19.6 inches, and at 500, 39.8 inches- and at 500 yards will still be traveling at 2060 fps, and 1,507 ft lbs of energy.
The best place to get them from is the Free Market or Mushmom and Zombie Mushmom drop them except both Mushmom's have a super low drop rate of dropping ilbi's.