effective range

effective range

[ə¦fek·tiv ′rānj]
(ordnance)
Distance at which a weapon may be expected to fire accurately to inflict damage or casualties.
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Again and again the Arabs charged, at last forming a stationary circle about the little fortress, and outside the effective range of the defenders' arrows.
The anti-drone system has a capacity of detection of up to 10-15 kilometers."Bukovel AD effective range reaches 10-15 kilometers which makes it ideal for military or civil infrastructure facilities protection in combat environment," according to Proximus website.
Players select one of several tribes to use a bizarre but effective range of hi-tech weaponry.
outlet, the Fantom has an effective range of 20 ft and reportedly can discharge a wider air stream than any other blower on the market.
He explained that the effective range of the main weapon, AK 47 rifles being fired at the range is only 800metres stressing that there is a stop-butt designed to absorb and prevent any projectile from travelling out of the range area during live firing.
Cetraben has added a new product to its effective range of emollient washes and ointments designed for eczema-prone d skin.
With the addition of Plug Power's ProGen fuel cell engine, StreetScooter vans will have an effective range covering distances of up to 500 km.
The issue I see is that the velocities may easily exceed the effective range for .357" bullets.
Halo's new XLR1500 rangefinder reaches farther than any previous Halo rangefinder, with an effective range of up to 1,500 yards.
The effective range of the laser is up to 100 yards during daylight and out to two miles at night.
The system improves precision of laser and GPS guided weapons' systems, and as a result can increase the effective range of such weaponry by a significant distance.

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