Glocks can shoot while submerged. The reason for this is that they are carefully built to house all of the firing mechanics within the gun itself. This makes them easy to repair and rebuild if anything goes wrong.
There are several options for shooting Glocks underwater. You can purchase a commercial grade firearm that was designed for under water use. These guns tend to be more expensive but will last longer if you use them regularly under water.
You can also buy regular old fashion Glocks and have them modified to shoot under water. There are companies that will do this modification for you. However, these guns won't hold as much ammunition as commercial models and don't come with many extra parts so if something breaks they may not be able to be repaired easily.
Last, you can shoot Glocks completely manually. This requires you to load your own ammunition and keep track of shot counts. Once you reach zero you can reload again from where you left off.
Manual loading and unloading under water isn't recommended because it is difficult and could cause problems if you need to quickly surface after shooting.
Shooting Glocks underwater is fun if you have one that was designed for this purpose.
This addresses the first question: sure, a conventional gun can be fired underwater (confirmed). The second question is whether the bullet will go through the target: no, it won't (my experiments have shown this to be true). A shot fired underwater goes out into the water and disturbs the surface tension, causing a small air bubble around the projectile. This bubble prevents water from entering the opening of the casing when the weapon is reloaded.
However, under certain conditions, a gun can be used underwater for long periods of time without any problems. For example, if the barrel is made of stainless steel, then it should be able to withstand exposure to water for several hours. Also, if the gun is not loaded, then there's no risk of it going off when it's submerged in water. Last, but not least, a gun needs to be cleaned regularly to prevent bacteria or other organisms from growing inside the mechanism which could cause damage to the gun or injure someone who is handling it improperly.
Because the bullet case is waterproof, when it collides with the firing pin, the pistol ignites regardless of whether it is submerged. However, water is 800 times denser than air, making it difficult for the bullet to go far and fast. The typical range is about 30 feet.
Can I shoot fish in a barrel? This myth comes from the idea that if you shoot something with a gun, it will jump out of the water. It's not true; only humans and certain other species can jump out of the way of a moving projectile. Fish don't have this ability so they are not protected by the myth.
Does shooting guns make noise? Yes, but it's safe noise. Shooting a gun doesn't make any more noise than driving a car down the road. Gunshots do make a loud "bang" followed by less intense "cracks" as the bullet passes through meat or bone, but they are never enough to alert people to your presence. In fact, most gunshots are actually quite quiet, because they are hollow-point bullets that do not make much noise when they hit their target. Hollow-point bullets expand upon impact, which can cause damage to unharmed tissue around the injured area. The crack sound many people hear after each shot is caused by a hammer hitting an empty chamber - there is no bullet in the gun at this point!
No, you should never discharge a rifle when submerged. It is possible to shoot underwater depending on the type of gun. Water is clearly denser than air. When you try to fire a bullet underwater, the weight of the water slows it down, making it fatal in a matter of steps, as opposed to firing it above the surface.
The sound of gunfire can be heard underwater, but only at close range. At longer ranges, the noise disappears into the silence of water.
There are several types of guns that can be used for shooting underwater. They include:
Aerosol guns - These guns use compressed gas instead of ammunition to fire bullets. The gas is stored in a tank attached to the body of the gun. When the trigger is pressed, a valve releases the gas which shoots the bullet out of the barrel.
Pneumatic guns - Similar to aerosol guns, these guns use compressed air instead of ammunition to fire bullets. The main difference between an aerosol gun and a pneumatic gun is that the pressure driving the bullet out of the pneumatic gun is higher than that of the aerosol gun.
Electric guns - These guns use an electric current to fire bullets. The current is generated by a battery which is attached to the body of the gun. When the trigger is pressed, the battery sends an electrical signal to a device called an igniter, which sets off an explosion inside the gun.
Underwater Firearms were developed during the Cold War in the 1960s as a means of arming frogmen. Because normal ammunition does not perform well underwater, underwater weapons often fire flechettes, or spear-like bolts, rather than standard bullets. These are typically powered by a pressurized gas. When fired, they create a blast radius that can harm or kill anything within its area.
There are two types of underwater firearms: single shot and automatic. Single shot weapons are used for long range shots where accuracy is important. Automatic weapons are loaded with a number of projectiles and can be fired repeatedly at close range.
Each Seal carries an automatic weapon, which is usually a 12-gauge shotgun called a "sealant" that uses liquid oxygen instead of air as its propellant source. The shotgun is locked into a clamshell holster that acts as a handle and provides stability when swimming with the weapon drawn.
Seals use flechette ammunition because it doesn't leave much behind if it hits bone or tissue. This allows them to destroy their target from a distance without risking contamination of the surrounding water.
Flechettes are metal balls about 1/4 inch in diameter. They are coated in plastic and attached to a string or wire filament. When the seal fires the weapon, the force of the explosion drives the flechette forward.
Due to the additional pressure created by water in the barrel, many firearms cannot be fired underwater. If the water is preventing the bullet's free travel, pressure may rise. This is due to the fact that, under normal circumstances, the bullet would have already exited the barrel, relieving pressure from the barrel. However, when firing into water, a person must consider that the bullet will not exit the barrel until after it has been submerged for some time.
The first thing you should know about shooting guns underwater is that the sound of the shot will carry farther than you might think. This is because waves propagate through water at about 1,000 feet per second-about the same speed as a rifle bullet. So if you are shooting into shallow water, the sound of your shot will reach considerable distances.
You can avoid this problem by shooting at targets closer than 200 yards-the limit of most rifles' ranges-or by using a scuba tank while shooting.
If you do shoot guns into deep water then you should use lead bullets or swaged steel bullets since these will not pass through the body of the target fish upon impact. Lead is toxic to animals so be careful not to contaminate any deeper waters.
Finally, remember that when you fire a gun underwater, a small cloud of vapor will form around the barrel due to the increased gas pressure inside the chamber.