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#1 - winthorpe (06/22/2013) [-]
Some captions would have been nice


i dont know what those ******* bullets are
#10 to #1 - gassnake (06/23/2013) [-]
Looks like a steel penetrator, it'd leave a better mess if you shot yourself with 5 or 6
User avatar #17 to #1 - codfourmotherfkers (06/23/2013) [-]
2nd one is a Flachette round.
#57 to #1 - motherfuckingkenji (06/23/2013) [-]
I know very little about bullets, but they all looked very
I know very little about bullets, but they all looked very
#135 to #32 - notsureifanon (06/23/2013) [-]
MFW "High safety ammunition"
MFW "High safety ammunition"
User avatar #123 to #32 - goobyman (06/23/2013) [-]
i just realized i don't know **** about guns
i don't even know how the mechanism works- some hammer hits the back of the hull and explodes the ignitor/thrust stuff whatever.
god i need to go to america sometime...
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#216 to #32 - greenstrongworld (06/23/2013) [-]
MFW .450 Adams
MFW .450 Adams
User avatar #166 to #32 - daragon ONLINE (06/23/2013) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #47 to #30 - cedrock (06/23/2013) [-]
I wanted to see how a 50 cal would look like...sadly it's not in the list :/
User avatar #174 to #30 - JariWeis ONLINE (06/23/2013) [-]
THANK YOU
#31 - hardongo ONLINE (06/23/2013) [-]
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User avatar #96 to #31 - Zaxplab (06/23/2013) [-]
holy **** , mind the gap
User avatar #211 to #96 - infamoustrapper (06/23/2013) [-]
Awwwwwwwwwwwww **** man. Now this gif is ruined for me
#12 - drainbramage (06/23/2013) [-]
Who the **** do you have to piss off to be shot with a bullet that has metal balls in them?
User avatar #170 to #12 - cryingchicken (06/23/2013) [-]
it for when you want a ***** dead
#193 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
same type of people you shoot a bullet with three bullets inside of it.
#233 to #193 - gerfox (06/23/2013) [-]
Bulletception
#195 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Anybody with the $20 to fill a magazine with Glasers or Magsafes.
#255 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Nobody, this is 'MERICA!
#257 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Shotguns have metal balls in them... That is what shotguns are.
#279 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
A redneck father.
Ever heard of a Shotgun Wedding?
User avatar #89 to #12 - wwlllmyfault (06/23/2013) [-]
Someone with a shotgun...
User avatar #125 to #89 - goobyman (06/23/2013) [-]
shotgun shells are red... and don't generally look like that
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#148 to #143 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
The color of a shotgun shell is determined by the manufacturer, because there are many diffirent types of shotgun ammunition(12 gauge, 20 gauge, buckshot etc.). The color of a shell makes it easier to tell which type of ammunition you're using, if you know the manufacturer, of course.
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User avatar #159 to #153 - goobyman (06/23/2013) [-]
you wish i lived in america
I have never touched a real gun. like only looked at, not even touched.
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User avatar #162 to #161 - goobyman (06/23/2013) [-]
yeah but in germany, having a gun gets you in prision- optaining a license is diffuclt as ****
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#197 to #143 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
that last korean citizen was almost correct... actually the colors of shells is a standardized code used by all manufacturers for user safety in identifying the correct caliber(gauge) shell. Red being 12 gauge.
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User avatar #217 to #213 - sonicserver (06/23/2013) [-]
the anon you replied to was false, not you, good sir
User avatar #215 to #213 - sonicserver (06/23/2013) [-]
false. completely inaccurate information.

as a competitive trap shooter, I can assure you and anyone else who cares to know that 12 gauge shells can come in red, blue, black, green, gold, silver, and just about any color, depending on the brand. I've seen pink shells put out by Remington for breast cancer fundraiser shoots.
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User avatar #223 to #219 - sonicserver (06/23/2013) [-]
woah those are some hard-to-come-by rounds. how'd you get ahold of them?
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User avatar #227 to #225 - sonicserver (06/23/2013) [-]
are you canadian? because those things (while not illegal by any means) are difficult to find outside of Canada. Especially the vintage rounds. The new ones don't have the same smell or weight to them as the old ones do.


Fun fact, if you do happen to have the vintage rounds, and want that same feel and smell, without shooting antique rounds, Federal makes a damn good paper round that I'd look into if that was something I was interested in.
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#229 to #228 - sonicserver (06/23/2013) [-]
for the most part, yeah, rounds are rounds. they're all pretty much the same nowadays.

enjoy the shooting. unless it's at an elementary school. then i hope you really enjoy it.
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User avatar #266 to #125 - witislimited (06/23/2013) [-]
Why is everyone so butthurt about the mention of shotguns/shotgun shells? I thought Funnyjunk liked logic.
User avatar #267 to #266 - goobyman (06/23/2013) [-]
yeah whatever
not deleting my comments just because i don't know about guns
i defend myself, these comments are staying ***** .
#128 to #125 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
But has indeed balls in them.
User avatar #129 to #128 - goobyman (06/23/2013) [-]
let me just say
in a shotgun shell, the red part basically dissapears. vapories, or at least i think so. In a normal bullet, it might get destroyed on impact.
#152 to #129 - isiupick (06/23/2013) [-]
The red part is the Case that holds all the components together. When a weapon is shot, everything above the Powder Charge (look at the picture) gets pusshed out the barrel. The Wad, which is plastic so not really harmful, flies out of the Case pushing the Shot at the target. The empty Case then flies out of the side of the shotgun, allowing a new shell to be loaded.
The red part is the Case that holds all the components together. When a weapon is shot, everything above the Powder Charge (look at the picture) gets pusshed out the barrel. The Wad, which is plastic so not really harmful, flies out of the Case pushing the Shot at the target. The empty Case then flies out of the side of the shotgun, allowing a new shell to be loaded.
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User avatar #283 to #89 - wwlllmyfault (06/23/2013) [-]
Actually yes they DO go in a shotgun , I researched it , Not a lethal one but they go in Isralei riot control shotguns.they are shaped like that so there wont be as much force so they wont die ( I dont know how THAT works )
#245 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Those are probably pellets and that might be a shotgun round.
#277 to #12 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Most shotgun shells have little pellets in the shells. That brings me to the fun fact of the day: The gauge of a shotgun is determined by how many lead balls the circumference of the barrel it would take to have one pound of lead balls.
#20 to #12 - nothingnewtopost (06/23/2013) [-]
it's rat shot. from what i'v heard it weak. and only good killing.... well, rat,and other small pests at close range.
User avatar #14 to #12 - rasconza (06/23/2013) [-]
Its the bullet the Israeli riot police use (obviously) for an Israelian riot
so you have to piss of the riot police for that one
User avatar #29 to #12 - DawnAndriod (06/23/2013) [-]
Riot control bullets.
#146 - pappathethird (06/23/2013) [-]
As a person who have never held a firearm, this is how I feel
#115 - exhaustedheadcase (06/23/2013) [-]
this satisfied a curiosity i wasn't even aware i had
this satisfied a curiosity i wasn't even aware i had
User avatar #205 - alltimetens (06/23/2013) [-]
Three bullets in each row.

All cut in half.

Half-Life 3 Confirmed.
User avatar #208 to #205 - sergeantamerica **User deleted account** (06/23/2013) [-]
Half the rows have three bullets, half the rows have only two bullets.

All cut in half.

Half-Life 2.5 Confirmed.
#85 - lykabaus (06/23/2013) [-]
This is actually the work of Sabine Pearlman who is a photographer. She took about 900  pictures of bullets used during WWII. She named the collection AMMO. 
			
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		 thats her website.
This is actually the work of Sabine Pearlman who is a photographer. She took about 900 pictures of bullets used during WWII. She named the collection AMMO. You need to login to view this link thats her website.
#207 to #85 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
This guy knows **** .
#238 - fantomen (06/23/2013) [-]
Here's an old sectioned Shrapnel shell.
The chunk of brass in front is the fuze assembly, it contains a long trail of black powder which ignites when the shell is fired. The fuze assembly can be set to blow the shell at different times by rotating the rings of the fuze assemble to burn different lengths of powder.

The powder trail then burns into the main shell burning through the channel in the middle of the shell and ignites the main charge in the back blowing the musket balls out the front and tearing the shell apart into a could of musket balls and iron fragments.

These shells were used by setting the fuze timing so that you'd rain a could of metal down on top of the enemy. They were very effective against infantry out in the open, but can't go though bunkers, so they were retired in favor of high explosive shells in WWI.

These shells are the reason that soldiers started wearing helmets again.
Because in the early days of WWI before everyone had steel helmets something like 90% of the soldiers that died did so from being struck by Shrapnel from above.




I have more pictures and **** like this, if anyone's interested I can explain some other **** .
#287 to #238 - demystify (06/23/2013) [-]
I love hearing stuff from people who know cool 			****		. Please tell me more.
I love hearing stuff from people who know cool **** . Please tell me more.
User avatar #290 to #287 - fantomen (06/23/2013) [-]
I wouldn't know what to tell you about.
But if you ask about something I'll try to tell you about it.
I know a lot about guns and bombs and **** like that, so it's suggested you ask about that.
User avatar #291 to #290 - demystify (06/23/2013) [-]
Got a favorite smart bomb? Those are always cool.
#292 to #291 - fantomen (06/23/2013) [-]
Well smart bombs are just the name for any bomb with a guidance system.
These days there are even conversion kits like the JDAM, which is a tail system screwed onto the back of an old dumb bomb. Smart bombs can be guided with all kids of methods, laser, radar, GPS, even hand guided radio.

One of my favorites and the first successfully deployed smart bombs was the German Fritz X. It was an armor piecing high explosive bomb that tipped the scales at around 1.3 tons of that weight only 0.3 tons was explosives. The Fritz X was very expensive, so the only thing worth the money to use it on was ships. The bomb would be loaded into a specially modified long range bomber aircraft equipped with a manual radio guidance system. The plane would then fry out looking for ships. When they found a **** they'd make sure they were high up and drop the bomb. You had to be able to see both the target ship and the bomb when deploying. This meant that it didn't work in fog or when it was cloudy. When the bomb was dropped it ignited a flare in the back of it. This flare helped the man guiding the bomb to see it. That man would lie on his stomach on the floor of the plane staring out a window in the bottom with binoculars trying to see the bomb and ship. He's then guide the bomb using a simple joystick that sent radio signals to a receiver in the bomb making the fins move steering the bomb. Now this was made even trickier because of how ******* fast the bomb was. It would fall so fast it broke the sound barrier. And this was a problem the designers had sort of neglected to realize. The bomb was so fast it would sometimes slam straight through a ship and explode underneath it instead on inside. This bomb was very accurate and effective, compared to dumb bombs, but few were ever made. The allies meanwhile figured out how the bombs were guided and developed a device to jam the signals, but they guess the wrong frequency.

The US developed something similar called the Azon later.


User avatar #293 to #292 - demystify (06/23/2013) [-]
Nice!

Technically it's a dumb bomb, but I think my favorite is the CBU-97 or CBU-105.
User avatar #294 to #293 - fantomen (06/23/2013) [-]
Cluster bombs are really neat and effective, but they are also controversial.
People say that they cause too many civilian casualties and they are therefore banned in most of the world, which I think is strange that they just banned all of them outright, and not just the dangerous ones. The ones with dangerous dud sub-munitions that end up killing kids are the old ****** communist ones.

But there are very safe ones too, for example there is some German ones that self destruct any duds after an hour, and even after that the battery for the detonators run out after 24 hours making them harmless unless you smack them around or throw them in a fire or something.

Anyhow, if you think that not even armor piercing shaped charge cluster bombs will take care of the problem you can always use an M61 guided bomb, They have a warhead which will finish off just about any target lesser than a doomsday bunker.
User avatar #295 to #294 - demystify (06/23/2013) [-]
M61? I couldn't find anything under that name with a simple search, though I might not be looking for the right thing. The closest I could find was the B61 Mod 11, which is a nuclear bunker buster held in the US nuclear stockpile.
User avatar #297 to #295 - fantomen (06/23/2013) [-]
The guided nuke was what I was referring to.
User avatar #298 to #297 - demystify (06/23/2013) [-]
Sweet.

Say, I'm interested to know, what's your favorite gun? People who know a lot about guns and ammunition always seem to have a fascinating response to this question.
User avatar #299 to #298 - fantomen (06/23/2013) [-]
I'm kind of a hipster about guns. I can't say for sure what my very favorite gun is, but I can say favorite handgun and favorite rifle.
Favorite rifle: The Australian Leader dynamics T2 Mk5
Favorite handgun: German Korth luxury handmade .357 revolver.
#35 - thype (06/23/2013) [-]
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User avatar #94 to #35 - theunlimited (06/23/2013) [-]
Sauce, now please.
#155 - tachomaster (06/23/2013) [-]
misread title as boners cut in half
misread title as boners cut in half
#244 to #155 - darakremen (06/23/2013) [-]
Thumbs up for IJustWantToBeCool!
#253 - samous (06/23/2013) [-]



Just gonna leave this here
#9 - lawlzerfish (06/23/2013) [-]
Huh, these are pretty awesome. I mean, I figured most bullets were just gunpowder-filled metal cases, but one of them looks like a brick, one has other baby bullets inside it, and another has bucky balls in it.    
.jiff related
Huh, these are pretty awesome. I mean, I figured most bullets were just gunpowder-filled metal cases, but one of them looks like a brick, one has other baby bullets inside it, and another has bucky balls in it.
.jiff related
User avatar #15 to #9 - fuzzysixx ONLINE (06/23/2013) [-]
Yea, most are like #4. The majority of the different bullets you see here are very specialized.
#101 - haxorman (06/23/2013) [-]
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User avatar #157 - arziben (06/23/2013) [-]
wish there was the names of the bullets under each
#264 - kingdaniel (06/23/2013) [-]
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#16 - broale (06/23/2013) [-]
I dont mean to be "that guy", but this is one of my pet peeves (along with the mag/clip thing) a bullet it only the part that gets fired. a round is the shell, bullet, primer, and powder together.
User avatar #43 to #16 - wheresthefudge (06/23/2013) [-]
Formally, yes, it's a cartridge. For everyday usage, the word "bullet" is understood to mean "cartridge, charge, primer, and bullet". It's like how Kleenex is a facial tissue, but you don't hear people say "hey can I borrow a facial tissue". In this case, "Kleenex" is understood to not necessarily refer to the specific brand, but rather to all things of a similar nature.

Also: You've got +1 right now, but there's an anon who said the same thing not to far down who's at -3... weird.
User avatar #302 to #43 - broale (06/23/2013) [-]
Simple, i'm prettier than anon.
User avatar #117 to #16 - Dap (06/23/2013) [-]
So what do you call it as a whole? a round?
User avatar #119 to #117 - whistleandrun (06/23/2013) [-]
A cartridge.
User avatar #300 to #117 - broale (06/23/2013) [-]
a round or a cartridge
#144 to #16 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
bullet [ˈbʊlɪt]
n
1. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery)
a. a small metallic missile enclosed in a cartridge, used as the projectile of a gun, rifle, etc.
b. the entire cartridge



based on this definition, when a bullet is in the cartridge the entire thing is called a bullet.
User avatar #236 to #16 - AudaciousBS (06/23/2013) [-]
The difference doesn't mean a whole lot to the general populace. Still a true statement and a good fact.
#288 to #16 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
What is the whole called then?
#18 to #16 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Honestly, Who gives a **** .

Technicalities making **** boring since for ever.
plus it's just a lot easier to say that the shell and bullet is on a whole a bullet.
User avatar #102 to #18 - zorororonoa (06/23/2013) [-]
But it isn't what it is called, doesn't matter what you think is easier
User avatar #34 to #18 - broale (06/23/2013) [-]
I'm not saying that you have to say "The bullet, shell, and primer are cut in half." you just say "A round cut in half."
User avatar #90 to #16 - sisterblister (06/23/2013) [-]
its all ok man, i think most people know that the bullet is on part of the whole. But evan so the area your from and your up bringing with guns, gives things a name that tells you what something is but may not be the proper name. it is like the soda and pop battle, around here any soft drink is called a coke be it doctor pepper or otherwise so smile it is a wonderful day please do not get upset by something so trivial and always remember your beautiful.
User avatar #301 to #90 - broale (06/23/2013) [-]
you sir, i love you. thank you for being decent! And you too, are beautiful!
User avatar #309 to #301 - sisterblister (06/25/2013) [-]
you are very welcome have a nice day
#256 - themoderguy (06/23/2013) [-]
wtf this **** aint aerodynamic
User avatar #260 to #256 - CaptainWaffles (06/23/2013) [-]
Nope, but that's a hollow-point for ya.
User avatar #282 to #256 - TheLastNinja (06/23/2013) [-]
It's a 'blooming tip' as we call it here in Oklahoma. Upon impact, the bullet tip 'blooms' like a flower to increase the area of damage. It's exactly as Themoderguy posted on comment 261, but none of the energy stuff.....
#258 to #256 - indodude **User deleted account** (06/23/2013) [-]
It is a hollow point, it is meant to be at short range and to basically transfer ALL of the energy to the body rather than passing straight through.
#259 to #258 - JoshOwnsAll (06/23/2013) [-]
then what you get does apply to the bloody mess perk IRL.
User avatar #274 to #268 - ziggybyte (06/23/2013) [-]
that must hurt a **** load
#261 to #258 - themoderguy (06/23/2013) [-]
incorrect, all energy is lost. upon further research it is understood that this bullet uses the negative forces generated by mass drag to tear the tip into a "mushroom".

TLDR: no energy transfer into target, drag rips bullet tip pic related
User avatar #265 to #261 - brenton (06/23/2013) [-]
Where does the energy go then, if not into the body? If all energy is released into the air by "drag," the bullet wouldn't even be able to penetrate the skin.
User avatar #276 to #265 - sanguinesolitude (06/23/2013) [-]
it goes into the body. he's just dumb. a bullet that doesnt transfer its energy to the target woudlnt do anything.
#92 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
1ST I live in the UK and have never touched a gun BUT:-
Not a single one of those is a bullet. They are rounds. The bullet is the thing that leaves the gun leaving a shell behind. In fact most of those don't fire bullets. They fire Flechette, shot, slugs and what are left are known as ball shot (insert 12 YO humorless joke here)
**** it, Ill list 'em from top to bottom, left to right:-
Sabbot ball, flechette aka flech, stacked ball
ball, hollow point or hollow ball, safety slug
sabbot flechette, ball shot
AP ball, ball, ball
Expanding ball, AP slug
safety shot, hollow ball
#130 to #92 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
never touched a gun yet highly interested.
#134 to #130 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
Yeah. When I was a kid I wanted to be an assassin but it wasn't until I got older that I learned guns are illegal in the uk so I would have a way to practice with them. Time wasted so I changed to learning about other methods instead. It would scare you if you knew what I know. Blades, poisons, unarmed skills. The OSS and the SOE are good sources for study material
#169 to #134 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
Guns aren't illegal if you get a firearms licence, providing you belong to a club and aren't a psycho or a criminal.
#171 to #169 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
I am registered disabled because I'm severely mentally impaired due to a car accident as a child. I'd have no chance. It's nothing too big, just memory. mine is shot to **** . pardon the pun. So legally I am a psycho ;) lol
#173 to #171 - anon (06/23/2013) [-]
I'm sorry to hear that man, I had depression a while ago so I'm technically a psycho too but I should be able to get my licence in a few years.
#196 to #173 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
you just need to be able to prove 12 months clear. A doctors note should suffice. HTH
#93 to #92 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
Addendum, I can even tell you what all these specialty shots were designed for. And NO, not all of them ate designed to kill, Some are designed to do worse things than kill you.
User avatar #105 to #93 - thebannedzombie (06/23/2013) [-]
Do tell, I would love to know and am too lazy to google all of that.
#111 to #105 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
1 of 2
Ok, from left to right, top to bottom:-
The first is a compressed carbon designed to shatter on impact. The carbon is undetectable on X-rats so they simply left it in durin the war. Scars form over and leav the subject in incureable pain.
The dart in the middle is plastic. The “bullet at the top was designed to carry the fletch to the target where it detached. The dart is undetectable on X-ray but is too big to leave in so doctors had to open up the torso and ROOT around inside moving bits about until they found the fletch. If it wasn’t removed it would usually perforate the bowels and cause *************************************** . You’d be lucky to live. It was a morale killer as doctors had to spend time TRYING to save an otherwise healthy man. Rooting for the dart in a
3 shots in one. It made targets think there were multiple snipers wit silencers/modifiers because they kept hearing shots hit.
Bog standard ball. It makes a hole and makes you say “ouch”
Designed to “open up” and expend energy quickly. It also “tumbles” inside bouncing off the insides of the ribs and make it hard to find.
The plastic ball pushes into the powdered lead. It acts the same as a hollow point but doesn’t “bounce” as much
#112 to #111 - freenarative (06/23/2013) [-]
2 of 2
7 darts/flechette in a shell. Designed to go to a target in one lump and separate inside the target popping out of the other side leaving tunnels in the torso. Problem here is it’s hard to mend the damage. You have to follow the track of damage sewing up the tunnels on the way,,,, SEVEN times. End resuld,, bleed out… very, VERY slowly. Aim for the guts and you have “death by gut full of **** ”. Very nasty.
BB in gelatine. A popular assassin tool as there are no striation and if used in a revolver there are no spent shells to trace hammer marks.
The next 3 are simple Armour Piercing (AP) rounds 1) tungsten carbide 2) depleated uranium 3) Carbide again.
Expander, the pocket at the bottom opens up hugging the barrel making a faster spin.
AP carbide in a carbon shell.
The last 2 are both safety rounds designed to spend energy quickly. The first is technically a shotshell the second is technically a hollow point.
The flechette rounds were most evil because it meant that it was usually the doctor that killed a patient looking for the flech and not the sniper that did the work. If the doctor didn’t want to do the job he could always just watch him die of sepsis over DAYS of agony and suffering.
User avatar #5 - evanthebrony (06/22/2013) [-]
Steve Holt!
User avatar #6 to #5 - pocketstooheavy (06/22/2013) [-]
STEVE HOLT!!
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