hit probability


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hit probability

[′hit ‚präb·ə¦bil·əd·ē]
(ordnance)
The probability of hits being made on a target out of a given number of projectiles directed at the target.
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In doing so, it offered a greater hit probability on full-automatic than either the AKM or M16 series is capable of Alexandrov's AL-7 was an interesting step forward, but at the time the Soviet Union did not have the finances to switch to a more expensive combat rifle.
MUSKET ACCURACY Hit Probability Range (yards) Infantry Cavalry 100 75 83.
The high first round hit probability is due in part to the multiple projectiles available in a single round of shotgun ammunition.
You can pass up shots where the hit probability is low.
Consequently, we looked at a non-magnifying red dot sight for faster sight acquisition and improved hit probability in day and night.
Trijicon's wide range of brilliant aiming solutions fulfill the Operator's need for both magnified, self-luminous tactical sights as well as red dot reflex sights that enhance target identification to increase hit probability in both extended-range and close quarter engagements.
The pistol shall be a striker fire caliber 9x19mm, available in a regular sized variant and a variant for concealed use, with high hit probability and effect at 30 meters.
The benefits are better integrated lasers for improved ease of use and increased hit probability under low light, but be sure to dial it in first.
increase of target hit probability by an anti-tank guided missile; "fire-and-forget" ATGM fire thanks to the TV/IR automatic target tracking and high-precision laying of the aiming mark at the target in real combat conditions;
The M14 was the least effective weapon in all categories that included overall Soldier preference, technical accuracy (USAMU fired) and hit probability (1-30 IN fired) from close quarter battle (CQB) distances to 600 meters.
The C-802 is similar in capability to the US Harpoon and has a strong anti-jamming capability, giving it a hit probability of greater than 90 percent, according to some sources.