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detonics

[de′tän·iks]
(engineering)
The study of detonating and explosives performance.
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and Detonics Defense Technologies LLC have formed a strategic partnership to help move STI forward in developing its next generation of new products.
I carried a Detonics Combat Master daily two decades ago, sol well understand the allure of a compact Ml911.
With four onboard memory options, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB, Photron's highest speed camera system is well-suited for ballistics, plasma and arc studies, materials science, fluidics, velocimetry, shock waves and detonics applications.
On a different business front, the Quapaw Tribal Business Committee recently bought a 51 percent stake in Detonics Defense Technologies LLC, a high-end handgun maker.
451 Detonics cases (which had a beefier case based itself on the .
families which includes a Colt AR-15 H-Bar, Armalite Ar-180, Mossberg 12-gauge pump, 10-B 12-gauge semiautomatic, Detonics Mk.
The Cray Research supercomputers will be used for research and development in areas such as computational electromagnetics, fluid dynamics, structural analysis, detonics and computational chemistry and visualization.
The conversion itself can be done on most 1911 and Commander style pistols made by Colt, Detonics, Essex, A.
I carried a Detonics Combat Master daily for quite some time a decade or so ago, so I well understand the allure of a compact M1911.
More recently, some manufacturers have come out with designs of their own, the most notable being the Spanish Star PD and the Detonics.