ballistic uniformity

ballistic uniformity

[bə′lis·tik ‚yü·nə′fȯr·məd·ē]
(mechanics)
The capability of a propellant, when fired under identical conditions from round to round, to impart uniform muzzle velocity and produce similar interior ballistic results.
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In the interests of gear and ballistic uniformity, our class--comprised of assorted gunwriting and magazine types--was issued 22-inch barreled Ruger American bolt actions in .
Magnum primers are sometimes appropriate for hunts in very cold temperatures or with spherical powders if a load's ballistic uniformity (SD) is a little high.
This provides good load density--an important factor in ballistic uniformity and accuracy.
We used the former during load development, the latter during accuracy and ballistic uniformity testing.
I load for accuracy and ballistic uniformity first, velocity second.