One bullet was never fired. It has no rifling grooves.
@GunLovingMerican, username checks out
@GunLovingMerican, thank you
@GunLovingMerican, Yeah, I bet it’s pretty common for a round to strike the ammunition sitting right next to the guy you’re shooting at.
But this is still art.
@GunLovingMerican, was there rifling in 1915?
@WhyNotBoth, Yes. black powder rifles usually had rifling as well. Around 1:17 i believe, while my ARs barrel is 1:7 twist. Ball ammo needs less of a twist and modern ammo needs more.
@GunLovingMerican, I think shperical ammo uses a backspin, doesn't it?
@TheKen42, huh im not sure, ive never heard of that before ill have to do some research into that when i get a chance.
@GunLovingMerican, would steel bullets have the rifle groove? But then wouldn't a steel bullet also not get shot through? I'm not sure if I'm actually adding anything worth discussing.
@dabbage cabbage, yes they would. To be honest i dont know if a steel bullet would penetrate another. No worries bud i enjoy discussing firearms.
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@GunLovingMerican, this bullet may never have been fired, but it was shot.
@Burt Reynolds, i ferl like ppl are overlooking the genius of your comment
@Burt Reynolds, HA, thats a good one.
As a Brit I'm eternally grateful to all the Australian, French, Indian and Kiwis amongst many others who made the eternal sacrifice over 100 years ago.
Y'all remember Wanted?
@SimonPetrikov, good movie.
@SimonPetrikov, the comic or the movie?
@SurfersHerald, The movie, with the bullets hitting each other.
I've always been curious about what would happen if two bullets collided in the air at the exact same angle and speed would they crush into each other or perhaps shatter on impact
@eleven, depends on what type of bullet is being shot. But most likely they would be copper jacketed lead bullets, so they would just smash together into one lump