Q: What is the price of a bsa mk VI air pistol?

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The nickels are valued at a price between $6 to $10. The exact price will depend upon the condition of the coin.

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Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory. It could have been made a week to a year before.

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There is no such thing as Mercon VI; Dextron VI is a GM product.

For acceleration, I often use these two formulas (if needed: a = acceleration vf = final velocity vi = initial velocity) (1) a = (vf + vi) / 2 and/or (2) a = (vf - vi)/t On Earth, gravity, friction, and air resistance are the main forces that slow an object down.

To find the initial velocity of the arrow, you can use the equation Vf^2 = Vi^2 + 2gh, where Vf is the final velocity (0 m/s at the top of the flight), Vi is the initial velocity, g is the acceleration due to gravity, and h is the height reached (75m). Solve for Vi to get the initial velocity. To find the time the arrow was in the air, you can use the equation h = Vit - 0.5g*t^2, where t is the time in the air. Plug in the known values to solve for t.

Depends upon the initial velocity (Vi) upwards. A 2" shell (Vi=117.5 ft/s) goes about 215.72' A 3" shell (Vi=144.0 ft/s) goes about 324.00' A 4" shell (Vi=166.0 ft/s) goes about 430.56' A 5" shell (Vi=186.0 ft/s) goes about 540.56' A 6" shell (Vi=203.5 ft/s) goes about 647.07' A 8" shell (Vi=235.0 ft/s) goes about 862.89' A 10" shell (Vi=263.0 ft/s) goes about 1,080.77' A 12" shell (Vi=287.5 ft/s) goes about 1,291.50'

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