What Does Bullet Mean?


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A bullet is an object that really does not hold any meaning to it. It is made from a metal that is usually lead. It is not any kind of explosive but generally damages its target due to the impact of the kinetic energy. It is also referred to as arrangement of bullet, holder, gunpowder and primer. It is also called as a cartridge or round.

It is created by moulding in together alloy of lead and tin. Lead is the highly used due to its density and is also easy to fabricate and most important it is inexpensive.

Captain John Norton of the British Army in 1823 designed the first "bullet-shaped" bullets. Then over the years in 1883, Major Rubin, director of the Swiss Laboratory at Thun, developed a small-calibre rifle.

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