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IF you could shoot 2 different caliber rifles from the same elevation at the same time such as a 270, caliber and a.22 caliber

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  • IF you could shoot 2 different caliber rifles from the same elevation at the same time such as a 270, caliber and a.22 caliber

    IF you could shoot 2 different caliber rifles from the same elevation at the same time such as a 270, caliber and a.22 caliber same bullet design and density , which will hit the ground first? I'LL GIVE YOU THE ANSWER after i see what some of you're thoughts on this turns out, LEGENDARY6phunter

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    Same time, just farther apart.

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    • #3
      same time

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        i'VE HAD QUIET A BIT OF FUN AROUND THE CAMPFIRE with this one over the years, but you fellas sure stole my thunder this time, after three bulls eyes i see there no fooling this bunch as you are quiet right,

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        • #5
          In all practicality they hit the ground at the same time.

          However, there maybe some interesting differences. You said same elevation but not same inclination, if you shot both of these straight up you would get a different result. Similarly, if the pressure wave of burning powder is still accelerating the bullet once it leaves the barrel and it provide vertical thrust in that wave, it won't be the same either, and finally, a .22lr does have a different profile than a .270 and air resistance hear on earth is a thing.

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