How Fast Does a Bullet from a. 45 Caliber Pistol Travel?

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The bullet from a .45 caliber pistol travels between 800 and 1100 feet per second. This can vary depending on the cartridge. The length of the barrel of the gun also plays a role in the speed of the bullet.
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It depends on the rounds used and type of .45 used.
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It depends on the specific cartridge and the length of the barrel of the gun, but in general, usually between about 800 and 1100 feet per second.
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At 750 FPS = 511.3 MPH* At 950 FPS = 647.7 MPH* At 1050 FPS = 732.9 MPH* At 1200 FPS = 818.1 MPH* The above answers represent various weight bullets used in the .45 Pistol. The First
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A .50 magnum has a muzzle velocity of about 1480 feet per second. The time for a .50 caliber bullet to travel one mile is around four seconds.
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