vel.

vel.

abbr.
1. vellum
2. velocity
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They are from Liberty Ammuntion, PolyCase and Super Vel.
Non-sterile examination gloves, nitrile dust, N6, vel.
This didn't leave enough for accuracy testing, but I never had any complaints in the past about the accuracy of Super Vel.
This will reduce the risk of severe, and sometimes life threatening, destruction of the Vel-positive donor red blood cells in patients with antibodies against Vel.
The ratings also factor in CRISIL's belief that VEL will continue to get need-based support from its parent, Vodafone Group Plc (Vodafone; rated 'A-/Negative/A-2' by Standard & Poor's [S&P]), the largest shareholder group of VEL.
The article also presented a simple, yet real, application of the profile die module within the VEL.
38 "Snub-Nose Special" that would later become the flagship load for Super Vel.
At any desired price or benefit level, there is a clear and logical choice for customers on the VEL.
Having additional manufacturing capability and space is crucial to maintaining supply and quickly introducing new technologies to our customers as we continue to expand our premium polarized, photochromic and progressive offerings into new materials that our customers demand," said Douglas Hepper, CEO of VEL.
Virtually all high performance handgun ammunition traces its ancestry back to those basics of high velocity combined with a positively-expanding jacketed bullet--although many of today's manufacturers have sadly neglected the accuracy built into the original Super Vel.
The Jakarta facility is one of two manufacturing facilities owned by VEL.
All high performance handgun ammunition introduced since then uses some of the principals proven in the original Super Vel.