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downrange

[′dau̇n‚rānj]
(aerospace engineering)
Any area along the flight course of a rocket or missile test range.
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The new diamond cut wad seems to generate additional positive payload control downrange.
In addition, better delivery systems--wads--resulted in far better downrange performance.
It relieves the burden on the squad leaders, platoon sergeants and other section leaders to teach them downrange.
After traveling into space, the rocket and its payloads will land in the downrange area of the Spaceport.
Guthrie's December "Rounds Downrange," the NRA's National Firearms Museum is impressive.
Once attached, simply slide your smart phone into the padded cradle and turn a small dial to increase tension for a snug fit, From there, just use the swivel adjustment on the main bracket and the ball joint on the back of the cradle to pivot the phone into perfect position to capture your downrange targets.
With more than 11 percent of McConnell AFB's assets deployed to the are of responsibility at any given time, they manage to perform 41 percent of the missions downrange, he said.
These shotshells can be priced very low, but when used correctly, still deliver good downrange performance.
The bullet's E2 cavity promotes expansion at long and short ranges, the copper-alloy metal, lead-free design provides 100-percent weight retention and helps prevent barrel fouling, and the polycarbonate tip resists deformation and improves downrange ballistics.
This traditional head, available in 175 grains with a 1 1/8" cut, provides enough downrange "punch" to make short work of any big game animal.
Depending on the number of paratroopers arriving from downrange, Popp's duty days can extend to midnight and begin again before sunrise with the next flight in.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania Game Commission Bureau of Land Management Director Scott Klinger today announced that the agency will temporarily close four of its State Game Lands (SGL) rifle ranges until safety improvements can be implemented to reduce the risk of accidental shots into downrange developed areas.