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He or she should feel free to shoot from the hip. According to Robert Flack, a physicist at University College London, the enormous gravitational field of Jupiter is likely to suck in a bullet even if it is badly aimed. "Jupiter is so huge, it will capture the bullet and then it will follow a curved path down into the planet," Flack said.
ray guns sound way cooler as long as you don't get hit by them, after all no one has never shot them self’s in the foot with a ray gun

read:What Would Happen If You Shot a Gun In Space? | Can Guns Fire In Space? | Can I Shoot a Gun in Space? | LifesLittleMysteries.com

so much for a ray gun, the gun russians carried into space
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at one point in the article it states you can shoot your self in the back. if you do it right because the bullet will travel the planet all the way around
 
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