Q: Will a 22 caliber bullet travel father than a 45 caliber bullet fired from a handgun?

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Assuming you mean a bullet fired from a .22 caliber handgun, the answer is, yes, it can, but it depends on several variables.

It depends on the bullet and its kinetic energy, 50 caliber certainly can.

Yes, actually most bullets do. Bullets can range from a handgun at 253 M.P.H (average) to the fastest and biggest bullet i know, the .50 cal BMG at 1901 M.P.H or 2800 ft a second

It depends on the bullet in question. Each caliber has a different velocity, that affects the amount of time it takes to move a certain speed. On average.... I'd say it would take between 1/18th and 1/10th of a second.

There are a couple of different answers, depending on what you mean. In general, a handgun bullet can travel about a mile on average, if the gun is pointed up at an angle and fired into the air. Most handguns can easily be shot accurately at ranges of 50 yards or less, but many skilled handgun shooters can shoot accurately at 100 yards, and some can even shoot fairly accurately up to 200 yards.

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Assuming you mean a bullet fired from a .22 caliber handgun, the answer is, yes, it can, but it depends on several variables.

A bullet from a handgun can travel, on average, about a mile.

how far does 380 bullet travel

Unimpeded, a .22LR caliber bullet can travel up to 2000 yards. Its effective distance is, of course, much shorter than that.

About 3,400 yards.

as far as it wants

About 3,400 yards.

@ 3 miles

When fired from a .303 rifle, it can travel ABOUT 2.5 miles.

It depends on the bullet and its kinetic energy, 50 caliber certainly can.

Beretta is a MAKE of firearm. It does not tell us the model or caliber, which will determine the maximum range that a fired bullet can travel. You need to specify.

There are several different .17 caliber catridges- some rimfire, some centerfire.