Is possible to curve a bullet? No. Manufacturers do not make guns and bullets to curve around a target. If they did, they would be out of business. A bullet is propelled out of a gun to hit a target with a high level of accuracy. Welcome to the real world. However, there are forces that affect a bullet when it is released from the barrel such as the wind, gravity and the distance. Read on learn more about the possibility of curving a bullet.
The wind can make it possible for a bullet to curve. When the trigger is pulled, the bullet is forced out of the barrel. Strong winds can curve a bullet. For example, a small handgun with .22 caliber bullets will have trouble hitting its target if there are 200 miles per hour winds in its path. So, bullets will curve to some degree depending on the weather conditions and gravity.
The gravity can make it possible for a bullet to curve. Gravity is all around us and it makes everything come back down to earth. For instance, if you fired your powerful 44 magnum into the air straight up, the bullet will curve and come back down to earth because of the gravitational forces. When fired at a straight target, gravity and the distance can turn a bullet.
The distance can make it possible for a bullet to curve. The shorter the distance, the more likely you are going to hit the target. The longer the distance, the more likely the bullet will curve or turn away from its intended target. Shoot at a target from an extremely long distance and the bullet will curve and hit the ground. Therefore, wind, gravity and distance can make it possible for a bullet to curve.