Ever see a double of something by looking too far away or too close? yeah.
Closing one eye removes the "3d".
fishr wrote:Question; What are the firearms being used primarly for? Self-defense, hunting or the combination of the two? I haven't shot a calibur..yet. But for some odd reason, I have this voice telling me cal. guns have a kickback.
Most bullets can kill people (aside from .22s, but thats another story) but the higher the caliber, the easier it is, thus the better the stopping power.
ALL GUNS ARE ".CAL" firearms. cal refers to Calibur, which relates the size of the bullet that the gun fires.
they also take into account range of the weapon, and what type of bullets are bieng shot (i.e. armor-peircing, incindiary, frag, regular, etc)
First off, we need to work on the actual gun. There is no such thing as a single shot revolver. By definition, a revolver is a weapon that automatically "revolves" after firing, putting a bullet in the chamber. They are, essentially, a semi-automatic weapon. Pistols in general are all semi-automatics, the few pistols that aren't would be very uncommon, think back to the early early 1800's. Rifles and shotguns, on the other hand, do come in single shot weapons. Most rifles come in semi-auto modes. If you have a rifle though, you'd be able to fire from a farther distance. Shotguns are close range weapons in comparison. They fire small tiny pellets, instead of a single bullet. This enables the shotgun to hit flying targets and cover a target in shot. It is really hard to miss at a close range though.
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