- Will a bullet fired and a bullet dropped hit the ground at the same time?
- What happens to ammo in a fire?
- Will 00 buckshot kill a human?
- What is shelf life of ammo?
- Is 50 year old ammunition still good?
- Does ammo go bad?
- What does bad ammo look like?
- How many guns is an arsenal?
- Should you leave your magazines loaded?
- Will a thrown ball or a dropped ball hit the ground first when dropped or thrown from the same height?
- Are loose bullets dangerous?
- Can old ammo explode?
- Do heavier bullets drop faster?
- Will a bullet dropped and another fired horizontally?
Will a bullet fired and a bullet dropped hit the ground at the same time?
The y-component of air resistance for the fired bullet still depends on the fired speed of the bullet (since it is proportional to v2).
A fired bullet (with air resistance) does not hit the ground at the same time as a dropped bullet..
What happens to ammo in a fire?
Let’s consider this scenario: Ammunition/bullets are located in a box in a nightstand during a house fire. The bullet, when heated, will explode, and pieces of the casing—often referred to as shrapnel—will scatter in all directions.
Will 00 buckshot kill a human?
12 inches in diameter while 00 buckshot measures . … Size, penetration, and energy all make buckshot more lethal than birdshot. Most people arming themselves against violent criminals prefer lethality. Even law enforcement officers typically choose 0 or 00 buckshot for close encounters with dangerous human beings.
What is shelf life of ammo?
Fact is, all modern ammo will last more than 10 years if it’s been stored reasonably well.
Is 50 year old ammunition still good?
After my experience of shooting thousands of different rounds more than 50 years old, I would advise you not to “dispose” of any old ammo. As long as it has been kept dry and isn’t corroded, it will probably fire. … Older ammunition will probably fire, but don’t bet your life on it.
Does ammo go bad?
Ammunition doesn’t “expire” per se, but the gunpowder looses potency over time. The largest risk to shooting old ammunition isn’t a failure to fire, it’s the risk that you will actually fire the shot and it doesn’t have enough momentum to make it out the barrel.
What does bad ammo look like?
If its casing is dented, looks corroded, the brass casing turned green. The projectile is damaged. The primer is bulged, or not flush. If you buy ammo at a gun show, or garage sale, and they say it’s old military surplus.
How many guns is an arsenal?
“Any person who owns 20 or more firearms or more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition or primers (e.g. two “bricks” of rimfire ammo) would be required to get an “arsenal” license.
Should you leave your magazines loaded?
When using quality magazines with quality ammunition, stored and maintained properly, you can leave them loaded as long as you want to without any reservation.
Will a thrown ball or a dropped ball hit the ground first when dropped or thrown from the same height?
As I said, projectile motion consists of two components, horizontal and vertical, that are independent of one another. That means that if you drop a ball and throw another one straight out, they will both hit the ground at the same time.
Are loose bullets dangerous?
Generally, its pretty safe. The primers have to be struck pretty directly with a decent amount of force to cause them to go off, and when they do its generally not very dangerous. Having a pocket full of loose .
Can old ammo explode?
ABSOLUTELY! Old ammo is sometimes more volatile than newer ammunition because the casing isn’t as strong as it used to be. Be VERY careful when prodding. Any ammunition, bullets etc will explode if hit the “right” way.
Do heavier bullets drop faster?
Yes. The heavier bullet will drop more over a given distance, but not directly because of its extra weight. … Both will drop at exactly the same rate (time), but since the lighter bullet is traveling faster, its drop will be at a further distance.
Will a bullet dropped and another fired horizontally?
There are no horizontal forces acting on it and it only experiences the downward acceleration of earth’s gravity. The correct answer is not quite, since there are complex lift and drag forces on the moving bullet. Generally the fired bullet will land a little after the dropped bullet.