Visible bullet trace

Student in Condition 1 carry course fires a Glock 23 at the range. Bullet trace is visible. I recently attended one of their sessions and found both classroom and range portions very informative.

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4 Responses to Visible bullet trace

  1. Tim Allen says:

    Seeing bullets is highly dependant on light. On one occasion I was shooting a 40 S&W and saw maybe 80% of the 200 shots I fired. The next day, different light, same gun, same load, I saw nothing.

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  3. Geoff says:

    Can’t say I’ve ever seen bullet trace, but I have watched copper plated .22LR fired from my rifle go downrange 50 yards on my backyard range. Mid -morning, sunny day, sun behind my back and reflecting off the copper.

  4. "lee n. field" says:

    Interesting. I’ve seen .45 ACP in flight, 230 grain cast lead turned into a rapidly retreating flash of silver. Light has to be right.

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