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A bullet is a solid projectile propelled by a firearm or air gun and is normally made from metal (usually lead). A bullet does not contain explosives, but damages the intended target by tissue disruption and impact. The word "bullet" is sometimes erroneously used to refer to a cartridge, which is the combination of bullet, casing (case or shell), gunpowder and primer. See "ammunition". The Oxford English Dictionary definition of a bullet is "a projectile of lead ... for firing from a rifle, revolver etc." However, bullets for air guns are not part of a cartridge. History: The history of bullets parallels the history of firearms. It's no surprise that advances in one resulted from or precipitated advances in the other. Originally, bullets were metallic or stone balls placed in front of an explosive charge of gun powder at the end of a closed tube. As firearms became more technologically advanced, from 1500 to 1800, bullets changed very little. They remained simple "round" lead balls, ... Read more about Bullet on Wikipedia

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