How do you calculate bullet velocity?


Bullet velocity can be calculated simply by measuring the distance and time traveled. But for quick reference bullet velocity charts are available. Velocities are dependent on the size, shape, and weight of the bullet and the amount of gunpowder, or charge, loaded in the bullet casing.
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1. Catalog the amount of time it takes the bullet to leave the gun when fired to the point where it reaches its destination. For example, if you're at a firing range you would use
It depends on a number of factors including propellant charge, bullet weight and barrel length. Handgun muzzle velocities range from about 750 feet per second and 1350 fps. Ordinary
You have to calculate it with your distance and type of bullet, type of gun
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