horizontal range


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horizontal range

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′rānj]
(ordnance)
The distance measured horizontally between a gun and its target; specifically in antiaircraft gunnery, the distance between a gun and a spot on the ground directly beneath the target.
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They've already grasped the intuitive idea of air time as a determinant of the horizontal range, but they need to go further to really understand the situation.
ID (Incline/Decline) Technology instantly provides horizontal range to your target from treestands or in steep terrain with the same confidence of ranging on flat ground.
The projection system is designed for a simulation with a horizontal range of 360 (8 ejector channels which cover 45 each).
The others are extended and could pull back or trade in a horizontal range for a period of time until their respective 40wMAs get closer to the price, but they should also be considered for later accumulation.
it remains in a horizontal range as you would view it on a chart.
Alternatively, the steady and gentle rising trend from the October swing low is working with a horizontal range low at 0.

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