Bullets are a type of projectile, usually fired from pistols and rifles. In modern firearms, it is usually held in place by the shell casing, which also holds the propellant. The bullet may or may not have a cannelure; a cannelure prevents bullet setback.

Bullet Types[edit | edit source]

Modern bullets come in several designs; the most common by far is the full metal jacket bullet.

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