In Matchlock Firearms, Ammunition get its ignition flare from the use of:
The study of a Projectile in motion is known as:
The open end of the barrel from which the projectile exits.
The end of the barrel attached to the action is:
'Dry Firing' is related to:
Which Flintlock Firearm types have half cock safety for a misfire?
In the 15th century, ammunition uses which of the following chemicals as propellant?
Striations are like_______, which used to compare fired bullets.
Which Microscope is used to match bullet striations up?
Who is the Father of "Forensic Ballistics"?
What happens when gunpowder ignites?
The old form of gunpowder invented ages before is:
Following can be found in Close range wound?
Which one of the following was the first chemical that is used to ignite the main charge in the percussion system?
Ballistics experts can determine following:
What is diameter of a bullet called?
What is the "Nipple" in Forensic Ballistics?
The Most Common Body Part for GSR (Gun Shot Residue) Collection:
Which one of the following causes bullet to spin in Rifle?
Self-Loading Pistols Commonly use which type of Ammuntion?
'Lead Slug' is associated with:
A Revolver was found at a crime scene, which type of cartridge case does most probably it uses to fire?
The pivoting mechanical part of a firearm that causes the firing pin to ignite the cartridge's primer is:
Which part of gun does not leave marks on a bullet?
Pinfire system Firearm uses following type of loading: