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A bullet is a kinetic projectile, a component of firearm ammunition that is shot from a gun barrel. The term is from Middle French, originating as the diminutive of the word boulle (boullet), which means "small ball". Bullets are made of a variety of materials, such as copper, lead, steel, polymer, rubber and even wax. Bullets are made in various shapes and constructions (depending on the intended applications), including specialized functions such as hunting, target shooting, training and combat. Bullets are often tapered, making them more aerodynamic. Bullet sizes are expressed by their weights and diameters (referred to as "calibers") in both imperial and metric measurement systems. For example: 55 grain .223 caliber bullets are of the same weight and caliber as 3.56 gram 5.56mm caliber bullets. Bullets do not normally contain explosives (see Incendiary ammunition and Exploding bullet), but strike or damage the intended target by transferring kinetic energy upon impact and penetration (see terminal ballistics).
Bullets are available singly (as in muzzle-loading and cap and ball firearms), but are more often packaged with propellant as cartridges ("rounds" of ammunition). Bullets are components of paper cartridges, or (much more commonly) in the form of metallic cartridges. Although the word bullet is often used in colloquial language to refer to a cartridge round, a bullet is not a cartridge but rather a component of one. A cartridge is a combination package of the bullet (i.e., the projectile), the case (which holds everything together), the propellant (which provides the majority of the energy to launch the projectile) and the primer (which ignites the propellant). This use of the term bullet (when intending to describe a cartridge) often leads to confusion when a cartridge, and all its components, are specifically referred to. The cartridges, in turn, may be held in a magazine or a belt (for rapid-fire weapons).
The bullets used in many cartridges are fired at muzzle velocities faster than the speed of sound—about 343 metres per second (1,130 ft/s) in dry air at 20 °C (68 °F)—and thus can travel a substantial distance to a target before a nearby observer hears the sound of the shot. The sound of gunfire (i.e. the "muzzle report") is often accompanied with a loud bullwhip-like crack as the supersonic bullet pierces through the air creating a sonic boom. Bullet speeds at various stages of flight depend on intrinsic factors such as sectional density, aerodynamic profile and ballistic coefficient, and extrinsic factors such as barometric pressure, humidity, air temperature and wind speed. Subsonic cartridges fire bullets slower than the speed of sound, so there are no sonic booms. This means that a subsonic cartridge, such as .45 ACP, can be substantially quieter than a supersonic cartridge, such as the .223 Remington, even without the use of a suppressor.Bullets shot by firearms can be used for target practice or to injure or kill animals, or people. Death can be by blood loss or damage to vital organs, or even asphyxiation if blood enters the lungs. Bullets are not the only projectiles shot from firearm-like equipment: BBs are shot from BB guns, airsoft pellets are shot by airsoft guns, paintballs are shot by paintball markers, and small rocks can be hurtled from slingshots. There are also flare guns, potato guns (and spud guns), rubber bullets, tasers, bean bag rounds, grenade launchers, flash bangs, tear gas, RPGs, and missile launchers.
.451 - 230 grain FMJ Bullets
45 ACP 230gr Plated Bullets 100
45 ACP 230gr Plated Bullets 250
45 ACP 230gr Plated Bullets 500
Not certain of the brand of these projects.
Out of area. Need to ship to you. 100 to 250 bullets shipped for $9.80 USPS Priority
500 shipped for...
9mm - 124 gr FMJ Bullets
9mm 124gr FMJ Plated Bullets 100
9mm 124gr FMJ Plated Bullets 250
9mm 124gr FMJ Plated Bullets 500
These are an unknown manufacturer several years old.
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Must ship in you. 100 to 500 bullets shipped for $9.80...
Selling live ammo and reloading bullets & shells:
1. Over 200 rounds of .45 auto ammo copper round nose and hollow point: $85.00
2. Over 200 .303 British reloading bullets 150gr.-165gr. copper and lead alloy: $75.00
3. 20 rounds of Japanese 6.5 mm ammo, 20 reloading shells, and 100 bullets...
Well like the song says, One Thing Leads To Another...
To help my wife get comfortable with shooting, I picked up a Taurus 38 special revolver.
Rather than get an nicer but more expensive SW, I figured this would be a starter pistol and lead to something else.
Then I started seeing the cost of...
hi folks i have about 450 240gn swc 429 dia hardcast berrys bullets and about 450 rds rnfp 200gn arizona hardcast also have some lyman dies and about 100 reloads with 8.0 gns of univ. rnfp ill trade for 357 components.or will sell out right make me an offer thanks curt
Selling 1911 semi-auto .45 ACP pistol shooters and reloaders package for sale!
Essex Arms Frame .45 semi-auto 1911 pistol with Gray Magpul Grips
FIVE 8-round magazines
2000 alloy 230gr round nose bullets
200+ reloadable shells
.45 ACP reloading die set
Over 800 rounds of .45...
9MM 124gr JHP Montana Gold Component Bullets for Reloading
$115 per 1000 or $60 per 500
Face-To-Face at Fishers Landing Fred Meyer on SE 164th Av East Vancouver ///// Or if we can meet up when I'm out and about I like to make easy if I can.
Will ship at cost...
USPS Small Flat Rate Priority...
1,000 New Missouri 185 Grain SWC
Missouri Bullet Company – 45 Button - .452 Diameter
PRIVATE SELLER – NO TAX – AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP IN ARIZONA
185 Grain SWC
Brinell 12, Optimized For Bullseye Shooting.
These are two boxes that have never been opened. I have loaded 500 of these myself but I...