Gun ‘electric bullets’ that can reach 200 feet per second
Los Angeles: Whether it’s a handgun, a revolver or a rifle, one thing they have in common is that the ammunition in the bullet pushes the bullet forward, which has its limits. Now the world’s fastest shotgun has been developed at a speed of 200 feet per second. This is because the gun pushes the bullet forward with electromagnetic force.
Interestingly, the gun will soon go on sale in the United States, which is considered to be the most powerful coil gun in the world. It was built by Arc Flash Lab and its first model, the GR One Annual, will sell for 33 3,375. This model weighs 20 pounds with a battery inside and its charger can be purchased separately.
The GR-1 Enol is an eight-stage semi-automatic gun that can be called the world’s first manual gun powered by electromagnetic force due to the coil. It is fitted with iron magnetic bullets that travel at a speed of 200 feet per second when fired. It can fire 20 rounds with full force in one minute and 100 rounds at half power. Interestingly, ordinary people will also be able to buy it but now you have to wait for 6 months after placing the order.
Despite all this, it is claimed that it is not a deadly weapon and law enforcers will be able to fire it like rubber bullets because they do not remain lethal due to their structure. This gun can also be used to fire anesthetic cartridges.
Just as an airgun’s knife is harmless, so is its firearm less harmful, and similar guns are used to start sports competitions. But it can also be used to hunt small animals such as rabbits.