CoffeeMate· Junior Butt Warmer
Yeah, it's called recoil. That's why they have those compensator ports on the barrel shroud. It makes the bullet go to warp speed as soon as your shoulder thingie starts to go up.moe mensale said:In a "conventional" gun the bullet has a velocity of zero before ignition occurs. So at ignition that bullet starts losing velocity? From zero? Negative velocity? :?
Okay, but that's not what they said.RedLeg17 said:After the acceleration caused by the ignition of the propellant, the round loses velocity as it travels down the barrel.
That's Feinstein thinking.... if bullet prices were raised to $5,000 each, there would be a drastic decrease in murders ...
Yep, we've lots of pressure differentials (air and otherwise), multiple dynamic compression zones, friction, lots of EM field interplay...AtlPhilip said:The other possibility is that the amount of energy being dumped creates a cloud of ionized gases or even a plasma cloud. Either could look very similar to a fireball as they exited the barrel.