How long does it take a 50 cal bullet to travel 1000 yards?

How long does it take a 50 cal bullet to travel 1000 yards?

It would depend on the cartridge used, bullet weight, etc., but in general, if the bullet was going 2700 feet per second (and never lost any velocity), it would take1. 1 seconds to travel the 3600 feet that make up 1000 yards.

How long would it take a sniper bullet to travel 1 mile?

That’s just basic arithmetic. 5280 (feet in a mile) divided by 2600 (feet per second) equals 2.0307 seconds (at least). Then add just a few milliseconds because the bullet does slow down just a bit.

Can a bullet go a mile?

The NRA says that for a 9 mm handgun, the most popular handgun according to, a bullet will travel up to 2,130 yards, or about 1.2 miles. 45, the next most popular handgun, you’re looking at about 1,850 yards, which is just about 1 mile. Of course, handguns aren’t long-distance firearms.

Can a 9mm pistol kill a bear?

Yes, a 9 mm can injure or kill a bear. The bear will die of his injuries, but he will still have enough life left in him to do you in, before he dies. 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.

What is the best barrel length for 9mm pistol?

For most 9×19 (9mm Luger) rounds you can generally get increased velocity all the way out to the 18” they stopped testing at. However, most cartridges seem to be optimized for a 5” barrel and by about 10” the percentage gains you get beyond that are insignificant.

What is the fastest 9mm round?

PolyCase ARX Inceptor +P

How fast is a .223 bullet mph?

Bullet Speed By Caliber

Round Caliber Muzzle velocity
.22LR 0.223 in (5.7 mm) 1,500 ft/s (1022 mph)
5.56/223 0.224 in (5.7 mm) 3,160 ft/s (2155 mph)
.380 ACP 0.355 in (9.0 mm) 1,125 ft/s (767 mph)
9mm 0.355 in (9.0 mm) 1,200 ft/s (820 mph)