The American 180 was a submachinegun in caliber .22LR that fired 1200 rounds per minute. If not the highest, has to be in the top 10.
9.17 I believe is the fastest time on barrel racing. Hope that this helps. =)16 seconds is the fastest timeThe fastest time cant NOT be 16 seconds you dip. Because in the NFR the girls run 13 and 12's. and plus Liz Pikston ran the fastest time so far which is like a 10 or something like thatthere really isn't a "fastest time" because some barrel courses are shorter or longer than others. so if you have a course that is measured correctly, 16 seconds is a good and a really fast time.Well to be a little more helpful, the fast barrel horses are 1D and in my lifetime of showing and breeding barrel horses, I've never seen a horse run faster then 11 seconds. It does also depend on the distance of the barrels. If they are the set distance, 15 seconds will get you first. Ive done it, and Ive seen it done.no 16 senconds is not the fastest because i got o the quarther horse congress every year and there are horses who run times of 11 to 15 and any way when i do contesting in 4-h there are kids who run 16s all the time"there really isn't a "fastest time" because some barrel courses are shorter or longer than others. so if you have a course that is measured correctly, 16 seconds is a good and a really fast time."Like i said ^^^^^ the measurment of the course mattersIn barrel racing, the times make all the difference. and so does the course. seconds is a fast time, but most times are in the 14-16 range. I myself have had a 16.299 and a 16.246Hey, I'm a NBHA barrel racer, and the fastest NBHA time is currently 13.6 seconds, with Hot Shot, but the size of the barrel courses vary, as I see some of you have already said. There could be a faster time than Hot Shot's, but the only recorded ones are from the NBHA. & I don't think 9.17 seconds is even possible on NBHA courses. It may be on much smaller ones, but I've never even seen (or heard of) someone running 12 seconds. Also, there are different divisions, so it's hard to say the fastest time. But the current world record of all barrel horses is 13.670 from a 1D barrel horse, Hot Shot.
The Winchester model 67, manufactured between 1937 and 1963 is a single-shot, bolt-action, rimfire .22 caliber rifle. The standard model bares a twenty-seven-inch tapered "sporter" barrel. Winchester also offered a "boys" model, with a twenty-five-inch barrel, for youngsters. The model 67 is capable of firing any .22 short, .22 long, or .22 long rifle cartridge. Approximately 383,000 of these popular rifles were produced, with only the later models (after the early 1940's) having serial numbers. The longer barrel of the standard model was a regular feature of most rimfire rifles until the 1960's. The longer barrel length was thought to be advantageous for at least three reasons. First of all, the longer sighting plane between the rear sights and the front sights aided in aiming. Secondly, the longer barrel reduces noise considerable, nearly muting the sound of standard velocity ammunition. Thirdly, before the advent of today's advanced external ballistics, it was commonly believed that a very long barrel was necessary to achieve game-killing velocities.
1 Imperial beer barrel = 29.9762583 Imperial gallons
A barrel organ is a musical instrument in which air from a bellows is admitted to a set of pipes via means of pins inserted into a revolving barrel.
There are 336 pints of crude oil in one barrel.
A couple of owners lifetimes.
Cannot answer with info you provided.
how much does it cost?
The exact value of a 32 Rimfire Stevens Tip Up Single Shot pistol made of brass with a steel barrel is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of those factors would be, the age and condition of the pistol.
Any barrel will fit only if you replace the tube also to a conventional 1300 tube.
It may work but it is not normally recommended because the shock from a pellet rifle is different from a regular firearm and it been known to jar loose the glass in a rimfire scope mounted on a pellet rifle.
!@ turn of the century, inexpensive
Not a good description. The .22 rimfire was not invented until 1856, so a rifle made in 1818 could not be.
Need a detailed description of all markings, condition, barrel length, finish, sights, grips, accessories, box, papers, history, etc..
600km In 1978 a barrel of rum fell out of a plane