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Random fact that seems incredibly counter-intuitive, a bullet shot from a perfectly level gun, across a perfectly flat piece of ground will hit the floor at exactly the same time as a bullet dropped straight down from the same height as the barrel of the gun.
It wouldn't, the velocity of the first bullet warps space time so it will actually hit the ground at a different time, just not enough to measure.

Why do snipers only have 36'' range? The modern Barret has an effective range of 2 km and these are suppose to be better than that so, other than balance, what gives?
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