extreme spread

extreme spread

[ek¦strēm ′spred]
(ordnance)
In a firing accuracy test, the distance between the two shots farthest from each other.
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The HSM 140-grain Berger VLD Hunting ammo had the lowest velocity extreme spread and standard deviation.
The 700's longer barrel also brought lower standard deviation and extreme spread, but the shorter-barreled Ruger's numbers were just fine.
I will note both the extreme spread of the five-round group and the spread of the best four rounds, throwing out the inevitable flyer in an effort to remove my extreme humanity from the equation.
The easy-to-read screen of the LabRadar gives the following information after shooting: Average, Extreme Spread, High, Low, Standard Deviation and Number of Shots.
Extreme spread and standard deviation on muzzle velocities were the lowest of any ammunition tested.
As seen in column (6) of either panel, we find that the difference between extreme spread volatility quintiles is generally decreasing across increasing volume/turnover quintiles.
There are not so many regions that have the same sort of extreme spread that the Middle East has.
A diverse archive of ground, airborne, and satellite data collected during the Rim Fire provides a unique opportunity to examine the conditions required for both extreme spread events and pyroCb development.
Then use the other wing to catch and fan out lashes for an extraordinary lift and extreme spread.
It is the extreme spread of the levels of pay that bothers my group," he said.
Accuracy is also claimed to be good, with a 20-round group reportedly having an extreme spread of 2.
A study by two university professors suggests that the average of the midpoints of all bookings spreads is a better predictor of what the make-up will be than the midpoint of the most extreme spread.
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