Counterclockwise rotations about the center point where a complete rotation is equal to 1 turn.
A Henry rifle, the first successful lever action repeating rifle
Names of parts of the M1 Garand rifle, World War II era, from US Army field manual
Rifling in a .35 Remington microgroove rifled barrel
Girdled bullet and twin rifle groove of the Brunswick rifle, mid-19th century
The method developed by Delvigne for his rifles, with the lead bullet being supported by a wooden sabot at its base.
British-made Minié rifle used in Japan during the Boshin war (1868–1869).
Loading mechanism of the Chassepot
Colt Model 1855 Carbine
Czechoslovak rifle vz. 24
Remington Model 700 in .30-06 Springfield with mounted telescopic sight and suppressor
Benchrest shooting with a Mauser rifle

Object rotating around an axis is the number of turns of the object divided by time, specified as revolutions per minute (rpm), cycles per second (cps), radians per second (rad/s), etc.

- Rotational speed

Bullets leaving a rifled barrel can spin at a rotational speed of over 100,000 revolutions per minute (rpm) (or over about 1.67 kilohertz, since 1 RPM = 1/60 Hz).

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Counterclockwise rotations about the center point where a complete rotation is equal to 1 turn.

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