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Yes, you could. First, the sword. A katana can and will cut a bullet in two if the sword's blade is positioned correctly. It has to be a legit katana (no crappy made in China stainless steel ones) and even then it's edge will most likely be cracked, but it will cut it in half or into pieces.
Also, the velocity and kinetic energy or simply said, damage the bullet could do to a target is also variable. ... Simply put, a sword, no matter how resilient it is, can practically take a bullet at most but the second one will definitely break it and possibly deflect the tip of the blade right in your head.
Parrying bullets is when a character uses a sword (or other melee weapon) to block gunshots. Characters capable of this are able to wield their blade with such speed and precision that they can swat bullets out of the air in extreme cases, even emerging from automatic weapons fire completely unscathed.
Many common materials will stop a bullet, if the thickness of it is sufficient. Water will stop most bullets within fifteen feet, a foot of soil will stop most bullets, a few inches of softwood will stop most pistol bullets, etc.
Any sword, even a modern fencing foil, could conceivably deflect an arrow...IF you managed to hit the thing in the right place at the right time. ... It's one thing to try to address one incoming arrow, even a slow one.
Ricochets occur when a bullet or bullet fragment is deflected by an object rather than penetrating and becoming embedded in that object. Ricochet behavior may vary with bullet shape, bullet material, spin, velocity (and distance), target material and the angle of incidence.
Highly unlikely. Not only would your reflexes likely not cut it (see what I did there?), but the sheer power of a bullet hitting a knife should you have it in the right place would likely render the knife useless. First, remember that a common handgun bullet is moving at somewhere between 800 and 1,500 feet per second.
It is possible for a sharp blade to cut a bullet in half, if both the gun and the blade are at the right angle. If a sword in battle blocks a bullet on the edge by pure chance, the wielder will now have two bullet wounds instead.
It's Totally Possible to Split a Bullet With a Sword. ... So basically, this proves that you can totally split a bullet with a sword. Sure, you'd need to hold the sword perfectly still and aim the bullet precisely at the middle, but it can be done. Just make sure you don't miss.
The Katana has a clamshell cross-section, where the thickest part of the blade is the middle, not the back (shinogi-zukuri). This makes for a very strong edge, and one that does not get stuck easily in bone -- the convex cross section helps push the edges of bone apart.
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