The projectile that is fired from firearms of various families, usually composed of a lead or otherwise metal core, and wrapped in a copper or zinc jacket. Propelled by the exploding powder charge stored in the casing on which most bullets are attached to. Usually achieves muzzle velocities upwards of 900 feet/second, reaching as high as 3500 feet/second and ranges between 5 mm to 20 mm in diameter (for small arms)
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