Hi, Very uneducated in the wonderful world of Phsyics. I'm a psych major so no physics required. Today I had a conversation with a gentleman that told me that you if you dropped a bullet from your hand straight to the ground at the same time you fired a bullet from a gun at the same height as the starting point of the other bullet you dropped from your non gun toting hand, with the plane of the fired bullet parallel to the ground that both, I repeat BOTH, bullets would hit the ground at the same time. I told him it was impossible due to resistance and the force of the bullet traveling from the gun that gravity would affect the rate of descent differently plus the actual weight difference of the bullets, assuming of course the bullet dropped from your hand is without casing, which would be the same for the bullet expelled from it's casing after being fired, that the one dropped from your hand would hit long before the one fired from the gun. If for nothing else other then the fact that the fired bullet is traveling such a great distance that it would take longer to hit. If somebody could enlighten me. I don't doubt that this is physically possible, it's just hard for me to grasp it. I assume it might be possible in a perfect vacum but who has one that big to be able to fire a gun and allow the bullet to hit the ground by itself? Thanks all. I hope somebody can help me.