rate of fire


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rate of fire

The number of rounds fired per weapon per minute.
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Any device which circumvents that law by increasing a weapons rate of fire from semi-automatic to fully automatic ought to be illegal as well, said Flake.
A Patria spokesperson shared with Armada that; "the mortar is gyro-stabilized and semi-automatically loaded allowing it to maintain a rate of fire of seven rounds per minute.
On the plus side, magazines insert easily, the sight picture is quite usable, trigger pull is acceptable, rate of fire is low and the piece is compact.
The rate of fire from the SBF should continue at a higher rate until either the breach is completed and the far side of the breach is established or the breach element has placed the explosive charge needed to reduce the breach and returned to their last covered and concealed positions.
Rate of fire is the slowest of all WWII submachine guns at 450 RPM and mode of fire was full-auto only.
The brilliant design was by Miroslav Rybar, and one of its features was a clever device to limit the rate of fire, preventing excessive muzzle-rise.
In the November response to Mt Perreault's statement on wounded game, you ask how the Winchester 94 is a more responsible choice than an AR, comparing the rate of fire and capacity of both rifles.
English victory over the French was attributed largely to the English longbow and its superiority over the crossbow in range, rate of fire (12 shots per minute) and accuracy.
The rate of fire for the Mk4 is an impressive 300 rounds a minute.
The model takes the equation proposed by Frandsen in 1971, in which, the rate of fire spread is defined as the ratio between the heat flux absorbed per volume unit of fuel and the heat required for firing the same unit.
With its lightweight design and potent firepower capability, the Colt 6920 Law Enforcement carbine is a popular choice for tactical deployment and traditional patrol The LE6920CA has a 16-inch barrel with a safe-semi rate of fire and an effective range distance of 600 meters.
Rate of fire (auto): 750 rounds per minute (approx.