may refer to:
- bullet, a metal projectile used in a gun
- bullet (typography) (•), a solid typographic symbol; called a bullet point in the United Kingdom
- Bullet (comic), a British comic published during the 1970s
- Bullet (comics), a Marvel Comics character
- Bullet (software), an open sourced physics engine
- Bullet, Switzerland, a municipality in the Canton of Vaud, Switzerland
- bullet loan, a noncallable regular coupon paying debt instrument with a single repayment of principal on the maturity date.
- bullet train, an aerodynamically-designed rail vehicle built with speed in mind
- "Bullet", a superhero in the game Freedom Force
- "Bullet", a dog belonging to the singer and actor Roy Rogers
- The Brisbane Bullets, a professional basketball team competing in Australia's National Basketball League
- The Washington Wizards were formerly known as "The Bullets"
- "Bullet" Bob Armstrong (also known simply as "The Bullet") is a professional wrestler
- Buckeye Bullet, an electric land speed vehicle designed and created by students atThe Ohio State University
- Bullet (mascot), the name of the mascot of the sports teams at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater.
- bullet pass, a low and fast pass in American football
- bullet, a first place win in yacht racing
- On music charts, a "bullet" indicates if a song has increased in ranking
- Bullet (band), a band who had a hit single in 1972 with "White Lies, Blue Eyes"
- Bullet for My Valentine, a metalcore band from Wales whose name is frequently shortened to "Bullet"
- Bullet Records, a record label
- Bullet (album), the debut EP by punk rock band The Misfits
- "Bullet" (song), a song by Finnish rock band The Rasmus
- "Bullets" (song), a song by British indie band Editors, on the album The Back Room
- "Bullets" (song), a song by the American band Creed, on the album Weathered
- Bullet, a 1996 film starring Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur
- Bullitt (pronounced identically), a 1968 action film starring Steve McQueen
- Bullet is a nickname for a common spring-type clothes-pin (C47) used as a utility tool in filmmaking.