trajectory chart


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trajectory chart

[trə′jek·trē ‚chärt]
(ordnance)
Diagram of a side view of the paths of projectiles fired at various elevations under standard conditions; the trajectory chart is different for different guns, projectiles, and fuses.
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Catalog specifications for current high-performance 12-gauge sabot slugs from Winchester, Hornady, Federal and Remington list muzzle velocities of close to 2,000 fps, and they provide trajectory charts for a "normal" 150-yard zero.
Altman's trajectory charts the way toward the future for lesbian and gay political analysis, as well as for all political scientists who want to make sense of the transformations of our political world occasioned by sexuality and AIDS as objects of public policy.
Infinity 7 allows users to generate multiplate trajectory charts and graphics, point blank range, uphill/ downhill trajectory, max range and more.
I thought that hunting was a sport, but if we are to have rangefinders, GPS systems, thermal imaging and now even the concept of trajectory charts built into our optics--then shouldn't we want the same for quarterbacks?