Why is the rifle barrel rifled?

Question:

Why is the rifle barrel rifled?

Design for Range and Accuracy:


The rifle is a long-parallel firearm which is generally operated using both hands by the shooter. The rifle is portable and has more firing power as compared to pistols and revolvers.

Answer and Explanation:


Rifling is the process by which helical impressions are created inside the surface of the boring part of the rifle. The sole purpose is to increase...

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