accuracy testing

accuracy testing

[′ak·yə·rə·sē ‚test·iŋ]
(mapping)
The procurement of confirmed evidence, on a sampling basis, of a map's compliance with specified accuracy standards; indicates both the relative and absolute accuracy of map features.
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FEDERAL GOLD MEDAL MATCH (GMM) has long been the factory load of choice when accuracy testing rifles, and for good reason.
3) Biometric Accuracy Testing (BAT), initial and ongoing;
The five, five-shot group accuracy testing really wrung out the true accuracy potential of this fine rifle.
The range I was using is not set up for accuracy testing, but in the drills I ran and in chronographing the ammo I found it to be accurate in all three guns.
I had almost exactly the same results in my accuracy testing as Mas reported.
While most banks have done significant work towards meeting the deadline, some say, accuracy testing is becoming a challenge and they could miss the deadline by a few days to weeks.
Clearance was based partly on mechanical and alignment accuracy testing.
Accuracy testing showed that on average, 95 percent of bullets hit within an 8-by-8-inch target at 600 yards.
I had a limited amount of time to test the Savage, so I did all my accuracy testing with three factory loads--two from Nosier and one from Norma.
And I see this reader mail: "I didn't see any accuracy testing at 25 yards," generally in reference to an article about a pocket gun of some sort.

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