Physics Question #3161
Daniel, a 16 year old male from Singapore asks on January 8, 2006,
Is there such thing as an Ice Bullet? A bullet that melts into the target so that there will be no trace of a bullet.
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answered on January 9, 2006
This question was answered definitively on the recent television program Mythbusters in the Sept 23, 2003 episode, and again on June 8, 2004. Essentially, the ice bullet is nearly vaporized on firing, and nothing but steam or very small particles of ice reach the target. You may be able to watch the episode by doing a google search on "ice bullet" and downloading the show using bittorrent.
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