I believe you are referring to "cartridge." The cartridge is the entire assembly of the bullet, primer, powder charge, and casing.
Actually, the proper name is "cartridge." The term bullet is an extremly common but incorrect usage when referring to a cartridge. The term bullet only refers to the piece of lead that comes out of the barrel when the gun is fired. The bullet is one component of the cartridge.
A typical center fire cartridge consists of bullet, cartridge case, primer and powder. The bottom is the cartridge case- and the bottom of the cartridge case is the case head. markings on it are called "headstamps".
The proper term is CARTRIDGE- bullet is the part of a cartridge that is fired from the barrel. There is no one answer to your question- it will depend of which .50 CAL cartridge- and then it depends on the loading of that particular cartridge (different bullet weights will have different powders/ amounts)
A cartridge has 4 parts, the bullet, the casing, the primer, and the powder charge.
A "round" of ammunition refers to one complete shot- properly called a cartridge- which usually consists of a cartridge case, a primer, powder, and a bullet. The bullet is the part of a cartridge that is fired out of the barrel. Some people (in error) call cartridges bullets. A bullet is PART of a cartridge- or round. Make sense?
BULLET is the term used for the projectile fired from a cartridge. The largest civilian rifle cartridge is the .950 JD Jones.
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.
Yes. The bullet is only the projectile. A bullet with case, powder, and primer is a cartridge. A cartridge without powder or primer is called a dummy cartridge because it will fit into a firearm but will not fire. Dummies are used for non firing training with weapons, and for display purposes.
Term is cartridge, not bullet (bullet is the projectile part of a cartridge). Depending on WHICH of the Umarex blanks, a 9mm parabellum cartridge is a fair match, but not exact. The blank guns were designed so that they can NOT chamber and/or fire live ammo.