What is the muzzle velocity of a .45 caliber bullet from an top class sniper rifle?
The .45 caliber bullet is not used in a sniper rifle.
M82 barret muzzle velocity: 854m/s That's 2900 fps, using a 720 grain bullet equals 12,900 ft/lbs of energy. That's 17,490 Newton-meters.
Any bullet that has a diameter of one half inch is a .50 caliber bullet. There are different .50 caliber bullets- my Hawken muzzle loading rifle shoots a .50 caliber lead bullet, but different from the .50 Browning Machine Gun (that is also used in the .50 Barret sniper rifle)
It fires a 7.62x51mm NATO bullet, which is similar to a .308 Winchester.
how far does a 50 caliber sniper rifle shoot accuratly
No, not even a rare earth magnet could deter the path of a high velocity bullet. If the bullet hits the magnet then in would go in to a depth depending on caliber and range then stop just like if it hit any metal. Most bullets are made of lead and copper, and are not affected by magnets.
It depends on the rifle. The .300 Winchester Magnum has a muzzle velocity in excess of 3000 feet per second (914 meters/sec). The .338 Lapua Magnum runs about 823 m/s (2,700 ft/s). The .50 Browning is in the same general range. All are handloaded for sniper use, so details may vary with the bullet weight and adjustments made for the particular rifle and scope.
Will vary depending on the bullet being fired, but runs right about 1 second.
The Sniper places his hat on the muzzle of his rifle ! Legit answer.
The effective range on the M107 Sniper rifle is listed as 2,000 yards, which is just over a mile. It can go this far because of the velocity and momentum it has to hit it target.
The 50 caliber sniper rifle is one of the most powerful sniper on earth. So the answer is the 50 caliber sniper rifle.
fps means feet per second the fps (feet per second) is usually more than 120 edit: The "feet per second" refers to the muzzle velocity of the gun, or the speed of an airsoft BB exiting the barrel. Since the muzzle velocity is different depending on the weight of the BB, make sure to check what weight of BB the muzzle velocity was measured with. Often, airsoft sellers will measure the muzzle velocity with a… Read More
A silencer should go on the muzzle
If the sniper was firing a standard 647gr full metal jacket projectile at a standard velocity of 2850 feet per second,and there is 5280 feet per mile.then we are looking at a distance of 7,920 ft. and a diminishing velocity as the distance grows.i would assume it would take a bullet flight of 6-8seconds for the bullet to travel this distance.
How much muzzle velocity FPS does it take for an airsoft sniper with 2 gram plastic pellets to go through a soda can?
Depending on the distance 10 yards im sure 300fps fps will go through the can
The M82 was made in 2 calibers. The original used the .50 BMG cartridge, which fires a bullet that is .510 inches in diameter. The weight of the bullet varies depending on WHICH bullet is used, but is in the area of 700 grains weight. The later version of the M82 was made in caliber .416 Barrett. This is, as the name suggests, a .416 inch bullet that weighs 400 grains.
Assuming the question is in reference to the M110 Semi Automatic Sniper System (SASS), and not the M110 self propelled howitzer, the answer would be 783 meters per second, which translates to something like 2570 feet per second, using the military issue 7.62x51 'special ball' M118LR cartridge. Different cartridges and loads will produce different performance results, and these will affect the muzzle velocity of the weapon.
The bullet itself - no.
If you are shot in the head at a distance, no, you will not hear it. The Barrett .50 Caliber sniper shoot a .50 Caliber bullet at 2700 feet per second. The speed of sound is 1056 feet per second. this means the bullet is traveling nearly Mach 3, three times faster than the speed of sound. If you are shot from a mile away, and survive, you will hear the shot about 3 seconds… Read More
853 meters per second (which translates to approximately 2800 feet per second). There'll be some variation based on barrel length, charge used in the round, etc.
The correct term is cartridge- which is the cartridge case, primer, powder, and bullet. A sniper rifle is simply an accurate, long range rifle that is used by a sniper. It may look exactly like my long range hunting rifle- since most military sniper rifles BEGAN as a civilian hunting weapon.
plain and simple.yes. but not the most accurate.
Depends on the sniper some shoot 2,500-3000 miles per hour
yes because a sniper is very strong and it can kill you.but it matters were the bullet hits you
Yes, I can. A Barrett M107 is a .50 caliber sniper rifle.
The Dragunov (note corrected spelling) sniper rifle is in caliber 7.62x54mmR. This is the same caliber at the Moisin-Nagant 91/30 rifle.
Depends on what the round is. Sniper describes the person firing it, not the cartridge itself.
The exact power of a firearm is dependent on many factors that include powder charge, action type, barrel length, projectile weight, and so on. This rifle is chambered for use with the American designed . 50 caliber Browning Machine Gun (BMG) cartridge. The BMG cartridge is built in multiple specification with the fastest round having a velocity of 928 meters per second, and a muzzle energy of 17,800+ Joules.
No, at the end of The Last Bullet (Sniper assassin 5) it ends. It even has the Epilogue. Play sniper assassin 5 on Addicting games
yes from a french sniper bullet
The distance a bullet travels depends on he caliber, powder, casing etc. Keep in mind that bullets rise shortly before falling. Example: 150-grain 7.62 x 51 mm NATO round rises +2 inches at 100 yds and drops -26 inches at 400 yards. Larger caliber 12.7 x 99 mm (.50 cal) has a reported maximum range of 7400 meters (roughly 4.5 miles).
The longest confirmed kill with a .50 sniper rifle was 2430 metres by a Canadian Forces sniper.
It's a good caliber, yes.
Yes he was, he was shot with a 50 caliber sniper rifle and survived!
22 LR up to and beyond 50 BMG
By which side? The US and its allies used 7.62x51 for their sniper rifles. The North Vietnamese typically used 7.62x54R for theirs.
The 950 JDJ is not intended as an ultra-long range cartridge. There is no sniper rifle in that caliber.
it is used as a sniper round by israel
Check out the Mythbusters website for verrification, but it's been done. From a physics standpoint it's not suprising, since a 7.62 x 51 mm NATO round travels at over 3000 ft/sec (remember energy is mass times velocity squared). That's a lot of whallop. One reported example is that belonging to US Marine sniper Carlos Hathcock who has 93 confirmed kills.
You probably just said it. A Winchester 30-30 caliber rifle is made by Winchester.
I will use caliber in TWO sentences: 1- The position of lead chemist would be perfect for someone of your caliber. 2- The sniper asked HQ to send more 50 caliber rounds; he is almost out of ammunition.
When referring to a bombing victim, it is when a person's body is blown up by a bomb and nothing remains except the tissue fluid. This fluid that sprays through the air is pink mist. When referring to a sniper, when the bullet hits the person the velocity is so great that the blood comes out in a mist and because the sniper is far away from the victim the blood appears to be pink… Read More
The sniper is always somewhere on the hill in the background. try using the scope to find him. Oh, and uhhh...... HURRY!!!
All of them.
5-10K or more
yes by a french mans sniper bullet
Will the action tank muzzle brake flash hider 14mm ccw work with a mauser sr pro-tactical sniper rifle?
First thing that you will have to do is get the adapter for the end to accept the 14ccw then attach the muzzle brake
it's already out. just search addicting games go to the shooting category and play sniper assassin V the last bullet.
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