stopping power


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stopping power

n
(General Physics) physics a measure of the effect a substance has on the kinetic energy of a particle passing through it
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Second, what would be the velocity and stopping power at 400 yards of a ballistically inefficient 350-grain projectile leaving the muzzle at only 2,000 fps?
Installing additional caliper brakes on each disc further increases their stopping power.
SARGODHA -- Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) has started operation in the circle for stopping power theft.
The Q50 is one of those cars that impresses with its stopping power as well as its performance.
MO'FOAM is Delta McKenzie's weld-bonded process that gives shooters added durability, more stopping power, longer target life and reduced wear on your broadheads.
Really, if you want "right there/right now" stopping power, you need a rifle or a shotgun--or a car's front bumper.
The key to maximizing stopping power of our two minuscule brakes is putting as much weight on the braked wheels as possible.
Compact and durable, the DuraTech 6 Web SRD is claimed to have the stopping power of a full-sized unit without the weight of a shock pack, and is one of the smallest SRDs on the market with internal inertial brake mechanism.
Mahindra provides disc brakes on all four wheels, even on the XUV500's W4 version and this helps in enhanced stopping power.
38 S&W, on the other hand, gave fairly decent stopping power in those small guns--bettering any of the .
That combination gives me a good level of stopping power with light recoil.