ballistic test

ballistic test

[bə′lis·tik ‚test]
(ordnance)
Proof test of weapons or ammunition to determine suitability.
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Its latest ballistic test, on 28 November, sparked a new series of fresh sanctions from the UN, which targeted petrol shipments and travel.
The policemen involved will all undergo a paraffin test and ballistic test to determine who fired a shot and are responsible for the death of two people.
Pyongyang has conducted its first ballistic test launch in two months which renewed tensions in the region.
The LNP had earlier in its initial investigative ballistic test report of residue released on 16 November ruled out the possibility of gunshot hitting the vehicle.
By contrast, when standing alone in a similar ballistic test, the same thickness plate of aramid dissipated less than 2% of the impact energy.
The test was successfully completed at the National Ordnance and Ballistic Test Center in Camden, Arkansas.
Iran had announced no other ballistic test, the panel said.
And Prof Brown said that the ballistic test results from Kennametal's armour are already "very good, as good as normal or better.
Lanyard, EYEWEAR FEATURES: Meets Military V0 ballistic test for impact, exceeds ANSI Z87+ velocity standard by seven times.
Since 2006, Oregon Ballistic Laboratories (NVLAP Code 2008-26) has provided the most accurate and scientific ballistic test data available.
In another development, a ballistic test conducted by a CID forensic expert has revealed that the pellets extracted from Mr Al Qattan's body have failed to match those used by the Interior Ministry.
Security Council's censure of a rocket launch it conducted the same month that was widely believed to be a ballistic test.

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