en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muzzle_velocity

Muzzle velocity is the speed of a projectile at the moment it leaves the muzzle of a gun. Muzzle ... As the bullet moves down the bore, however, the propellant's gas pressure behind it diminishes. Given a long enough barrel, there would ...

www.mythbusterstheexhibition.com/science-content/dodge-a-bullet

The average bullet travels at 2,500 feet per second (around 1,700 mph). If you reacted to the sound of the gun going off and required 0.20 seconds (twice that of  ...

www.quora.com/What-is-the-range-of-bullet-speeds-in-miles-per-hour

Aug 13, 2015 ... The colibri pistol fires rounds 280 mph, thats about as slow as a bullet gets, anything slower and you just have a projectile like an air rifle on the other end you ...

blog.sciencegeekgirl.com/2009/12/29/can-you-be-killed-by-a-bullet-falling-from-the-sky

Dec 29, 2009 ... As to the speed at which the bullet leaves the barrel (muzzle velocity), a REALLY SLOW bullet would do 500 mph (733 ft/s), like a light 38 ...

futuretechreport.com/how-fast-does-a-bullet-travel-speed-sniper-mph9mm

Oct 28, 2017 ... The mph speed of a bullet shooted from a gun or sniper rifle varies, as there are extremely diverse types of by Future Tech Report ()

futurism.com/if-you-are-moving-at-the-speed-of-a-bullet-and-shoot-it-backwards-what-happens

Dec 2, 2013 ... If you are traveling on a train moving at the exact same speed as a bullet, what happens if you fire a gun in the opposite direction?

hypertextbook.com/facts/1999/MariaPereyra.shtml

"The velocity (speed) of rifle bullets varies between 600 and 5000 feet (180 and 1500 meters) per second. Some bullets can hit targets as far away as 6000 ...

gundata.org/blog/post/convert-fps-to-mph

Mar 27, 2012 ... Convert FPS to MPH and vice versa using out fps to mph calculator ... (the speed doesn\t care what you need it for the formula is still the same)

wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-fast-can-a-bullet-travel

When bullets fly through the air, they do so at amazing speeds. The fastest bullets travel more than 2,600 feet per second. That's equivalent to over 1,800 miles ...