around 1500 ft/s
What is the range of a 9mm pistol?
about 100 m
How many miles can a 9mm bullet travel?
page 7 says 9mm ball ammo from a pistol will travel 1902 yards (1760 yards = 1 mile), so about 1.08 miles. page 7 says 9mm ball ammo from a pistol will travel 1902 yards (1760 yards = 1 mile), so about 1.08 miles.
How far can a bullet travel horizontally?
This is especially when weather conditions are optimal and it is fired perfectly horizontal. This means that the answer to how far will a 308 bullet travel is 800-4600 yards. If you are shooting in the air though, the bullet will climb to a distance of 3.5 to 4.5 miles.
How far does a 45 caliber bullet travel?
approximately 830 feet per second
Would a 9mm kill a bear?
Yes, a 9 mm can injure or kill a bear. Since you did not specify what kind of bear. You could kill a small black bear with one. You will not have a side shot if a grizzly bear is charging you, and most likely your 9mm will only inrage him, and make him try his best to kill you.
Would a 9mm stop a bear?
A 9mm from a few feet kills deer. A 9mm from a few feet will also kill a black bear, and if you’re that close, you should have no problem making a head shot.
What distance should I Zero 9mm?
How far can 9mm kill?
For the first component, a 9mm has potential killing power out to several hundred yards. As a practical matter, an average shooter can only consistently (say at least 50% of the time) make a lethal hit at somewhere less than 30 yards.
Will a 9mm bullet go through someone?
9mm is a good penetrator for a hand gun round, and it will over penetrate some living targets. Anything FMJ will generally pose a big risk of passing clean through and hitting a non-combatant, especially pistol rounds (high-velocity rifle rounds will often fragment and tumble upon striking flesh, especially 5.56mm).
Can a gun fire in space?
In addition to there being no sound in space, there is also no oxygen, which is required to create and sustain any kind of fire. Modern guns, however, have their own internal oxidizers, chemicals that ignite the gunpowder and fire the bullet.
Can you be killed by falling bullet?
Falling-bullet injuriesBullets fired into the air usually fall back with terminal velocities much lower than their muzzle velocity when they leave the barrel of a firearm. Nevertheless, people can be injured, sometimes fatally, when bullets discharged into the air fall back down to the ground.
How far will a 556 bullet travel?
Now, distance is entirely different than velocity. 5.56 out of an Ar15 travels at more like 3200 fps, but the light bullet loses steam relatively quickly. You can shoot it accurately out to about 700 yards, farther with specialized ammo.