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Can you be shot from so far away that the bullet loses enough energy and the shot does not break skin and just hurts? 21 Answers. Quora User, PhD Physics, ...


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Stopping power - Wikipedia


Critics contend that the importance of "one-shot stop" statistics is overstated, pointing out that most gun encounters do not involve a "shoot once and see how the ...


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Blank (cartridge) - Wikipedia


A blank is a type of firearm cartridge that contains gunpowder but no projectile ( e.g. bullet or shot), and instead use paper or plastic wadding to ... Larger blanks are also used for line launching guns, such as the line launching kit for the ... Although blank cartridges do not contain a bullet, precautions are still required because ...


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Snappy Science: Stretched Rubber Bands Are Loaded with ...


Apr 5, 2012 ... If you've ever been shot with a rubber band then you know it has energy in it— enough energy to smack you in the arm and cause a sting! ... So can you guess one way to test how much energy a stretched ... Use caution to shoot the rubber bands out in front of you—and make sure no one is in the flight path!


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Can a pocket laser damage the eye? - Scientific American


Eye damage from a pocket laser is unlikely, but could be possible under certain conditions. ... There are reports that green lasers, improperly imported to the U.S., far ... As you move away from the bulb, you see a quarter of the light every time the ... If it gets into the eye, you receive all the laser's energy, not just a fraction.


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What if I threw a penny off the Empire State Building? | HowStuffWorks


A penny probably wouldn't kill someone, but it would hurt. ... A penny only weighs about a gram and it tumbles as it falls. ... A gram of weight traveling at a relatively slow speed might hurt a little if it hit you on the head, but it's not going to kill you. ... Three-hundred foot-pounds of energy is clearly enough to kill someone.


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How far would a gunfire need be to never wound/penetrate but just ...


You'd have to be far enough away so that the velocity of the projectiles was down to oh… ... How thick is the T-Rex skin, can a bullet penetrate it for fatal wound? ... How far does a bullet need travel before it loses enough kinetic force to not penetrate a ... If bullet can hurt person there is some probability of (un)lucky shot.


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