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>take the FMJ bullet with the highest volume you can find
>remove the fillings ie. scoop tracer compound out if there is some and melt the lead filling out
>pour in solid state rocket propellant
>weigh the bullet and choose the correct powder loading for your desired muzzle velocity
A lead candidate caliber for this experiment might be .300 AAC Blackout.
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>>39922125
what problem are you trying to solve with this?
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>>39922146
Please focus your attention to this part
>pour in solid state rocket propellant
and then use your imagination
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>>39922125
I know this is 4channel and all but this idea is retarted. if you're trying to make explosive rounds rocket fuel isn't really a good choice for explosions. if you're trying to make super-duper stupid fast rounds you will run into the same issue that the gyrojet round faced with stability.
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>>39922162
>if you're trying to make super-duper stupid fast rounds you will run into the same issue that the gyrojet round faced with stability.
that being?
Anon you'd still be shooting these rounds out of a rifled barrel you do know that.
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>>39922151
but why?

the gyrojet had a purpose. Not a very useful one, but a purpose none the less.

With this you'd just have a highly unstable and light projectile. It would have too little powder, to have enough power out of the barrel, and the rocket propellant would take too long to speed up the bullet to overcome the air resistance slowing it down.

It would suck. Too weak on short ranges, and too light for long ranges.
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>>39922175
so now you have the imparted spin of the rifling and then the rocket propellant ignites which changes its speed and weight.
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>>39922125
OP's mom smells bad
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>>39922187
What the fuck are you talking about?
It would have enough powder to do completely sufficient damage at the muzzle, is .300 BLACKED not lethal? and it would also be able to maintain that energy and even increase it due to the thrust.
> and the rocket propellant would take too long to speed up the bullet to overcome the air resistance slowing it down.
what are you fucking talking about? go do a google search of "rocket" these things accelerate to fucking mach 4 with nothing but their rocket propellant
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>>39922503
And make it atomic powered, because that makes everything super cool too!!!

That's how you sound. You have a very remedial understanding of ballistics and obviously know next to nothing about rocketry.
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>>39922187
I like unique mechanisms and projectiles, they don't necessarily have to solve a problem.
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>>39922503
And if the propellant burns unevenly?
Which propellant burns cool enough to not melt or deform the copper jacket?
Is the copper jacket strong enough to keep the propellant from going cato?
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>>39922503
>is .300 BLACKED not lethal?
Sure, but probably not after you remove the lead. That part's kinda important. A copper jacket full of rocket fuel would probably just KB inside the barrel.
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Is this peak day/k/are?
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>>39922125
You should immediately attempt this idea of yours with your head as close to the chamber as possible.
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>>39922125
>solid state rocket propellant
Is that electronically controlled propellant or something?
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Listen, I know it's in vogue to pretend to be retarded on 4chan, but you really need to fucking stop.
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>>39922125
>solid state rocket propellant
>no de laval nozzle

>>39922878
this
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>>39922125
>take human orifice with the highest volume you can find
>remove the fillings ie. scoop fecal compound out if there is some and melt the gerbil carcasses and old dildos out
>pour in solid state rocket propellant
>weigh the rectum and choose the correct powder loading for your desired anal velocity
A lead candidate faggot for this experiment might be OP
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>>39922125
Inconsistent ballistics because of:
>>39922197
>>39922606
It's not fucking rocket surgery OP, use your brain.
Oh, wait.
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>>39924163
Well alright instead of making a straight cavity just drill a hole in the base of the bullet through which you remove lead and insert propellant.
>>39922197
>>39924341
>weight affecting gyroscopical stability
lmao
>speed affecting gyroscopical stability
double lmao
>>39922606
>And if the propellant burns unevenly?
that's why we use rifling to make it spin
>Which propellant burns cool enough to not melt or deform the copper jacket?
anon the object is moving through the air at the speed of sound and the burn time is a few seconds, the copper ain't gonna fucking melt
>Is the copper jacket strong enough to keep the propellant from going cato?
depends on the propellant, you do know that model rocket engines are literally housed in tiny carton rolls?
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>>39924731
>Constantly changing point of balance is irrelevant to spin stabilized projectiles
Eh, sure thing.
If it's so easy why don't you go fucking make some and try to sell it?
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>>39922125
you got anything for scale about this bullet size and weight? That tumbling could be fucking amazing for it's ability.
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>>39922125
How are you maintaining consistency in the nozzle? How are you maintaining consistency in the propellant? Go make a rocket motor nozzle out of copper, I think you'll be surprised to find that copper isn't very heat resistant. What happens when your nozzle melts and creates a nice jet off to the side? Think before posting pls
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>>39926148
>solid propellant changing point of balance
if that is the case then you've positioned your propellant incorrectly inside the vessel
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>>39926181
go google .300 blacked
>>39926182
>How are you maintaining consistency in the nozzle?
drill if very carefully
>How are you maintaining consistency in the propellant?
give it a good stir
>copper isn't very heat resistant. What happens when your nozzle melts and creates a nice jet off to the side?
A few grams of propellant wont melt the damn copper, it'll be flying through the air really fast and it'll only burn for a few seconds.
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>>39926959
>it'll be flying through the air really fast
No shit, ever heard of friction?
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>>39926959
Post results if you still have hands left you waste of oxygen.
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>>39922175
>no nozzle or fins
>>39922503
>remove the lead
What do you think make bullet heavy an sheeeit? The jacket is a small fraction of the weight of a bullet.

Congratulations, you're the dumbest nigger on 4channel
>and that's saying something
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>>39926182
A tungsten core/nozzle to put the propellant inside would solve this but that might make it too heavy for the propellant to be even worth it.
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>>39923018
With liquid fuels, you can turn them off. Can't do that with a wad of propellant.



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