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Is it possible to use a powder-based firearm in space?
A firearm relies upon some kind of explosive powder to drive the slug out of the barrel. My guess however is that in space (at GEO, or higher) a firearm would be unusable due to the extremes of ...
Jul 21 '12 at 16:52
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