flat trajectory

flat trajectory

[¦flat trə′jek·trē]
(mechanics)
A trajectory which is relatively flat, that is, described by a projectile of relatively high velocity.
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The bullets are designed to provide flat trajectory and rapid expansion on impact.
At 150 pounds, a "low-end" deer bow will provide more than enough speed to give you flat trajectory out to 30 yards, which is about the max you should ethically be shooting at turkeys.
As a coyote rifle it has a comforting surplus of power along with flat trajectory, mild recoil, superb accuracy, and availability in a wide array of excellent rifles.
We retaliated by firing both flat trajectory and area weapons," he said referring to Operation Arjun.
Muzzle velocity over 200 grains of Pyrodex is around 2,400 fps, making for an admirably flat trajectory.
With bullets from 100 to 150 grains, it combines flat trajectory with moderate recoil.
Perumal Islamic stocks surged about 2% in an otherwise flat trajectory on the Qatar Stock Exchange during the week, which saw Gulf bourses by and large discount the US election results.
Flat trajectory and high velocity from a short-action cartridge
And for all those disappointed with the flat trajectory preferred by current Team India spinners R.
If the ball is zipped in with a flat trajectory, it can then be flicked on.
Astoundingly, the DOJ-NBI report of January 2011 concluded that a nonexistent NPA force had killed Co and his companions, because the bullets apparently traced a flat trajectory.
260 Remington bolt-action cartridge, primarily because of the flat trajectory and high retained energy of the proven 6.