ballistic test

ballistic test

[bə′lis·tik ‚test]
(ordnance)
Proof test of weapons or ammunition to determine suitability.
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Tenders are invited for amc for instrumeted ballistic test system for three years - 1 job
(Photo: The National Ordnance and Ballistic Test Center)
The firearms of the relieved policemen were subjected to the ballistic test. They were also tested for traces of gunpowder and drugs.
The police officer accused of killing the boy has surrendered to the Caloocan police station and will undergo paraffin and ballistic test, Caloocan police chief Col.
While my little ballistic test was far from exhaustive, the Remington Golden Saber Black Belt ammunition provided consistent weight retention, deep penetration and expansion every time (except for that pesky plywood), in a soft-recoiling load.
The 15,000-acre park also houses the National Ordnance & Ballistic Test Center, operated by National Technical Systems.
The EMRTC is the largest privately owned ordnance and ballistic test facility in the U.S., encompassing 40 square miles and over 30 test ranges.
Its latest ballistic test, on 28 November, sparked a new series of fresh sanctions from the UN, which targeted petrol shipments and travel.
Pyongyang has conducted its first ballistic test launch in two months which renewed tensions in the region.
The LNP had earlier in its initial investigative ballistic test report of residue released on 16 November ruled out the possibility of gunshot hitting the vehicle.
By contrast, when standing alone in a similar ballistic test, the same thickness plate of aramid dissipated less than 2% of the impact energy.
The test was successfully completed at the National Ordnance and Ballistic Test Center in Camden, Arkansas.

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