maximum effective range


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maximum effective range

The maximum distance at which a weapon may be expected to be accurate and achieve the desired effect.
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Designed for individual and crew-served operation, the LWMMG fires .338 Norma Magnum (NM) cartridges providing a maximum effective range out to 1.7 kilometres/km (one mile), in line with requirements for longer-range engagements such as those discussed above.
Maximum effective range: Individual/point target: 550 meters; area target: 800 meters.
The maximum effective range of the HE bomb was purportedly 711 yards.
Maximum effective range is 50 meters and weight is 2.6 pounds, fully loaded.
The mass fraction, i.e., the ratio of propellant weight to the inert weight, mostly due to the case (or of the propellant weight to the total weight) determines the maximum velocity achievable and hence the maximum effective range of the missile.
Generally, about 400 yards was the maximum effective range of a sniper through the Korean war.
Mike Griffiths mentions that anybody can go into a gunsmiths and purchase the most powerful weapon without explaining that the power of the most powerful airgun one can purchase without a firearms certificate is already strictly controlled by government legislation and that its maximum effective range is likely to be no more than 50 yards.
The simple fact was that the US M1A1 and British Challenger were superior in armor protection, night-vision capability, maximum effective range, and fire-control systems.
It got to the point where the hold-up in the line at the Safeway was a heated discussion between two check out clerks about the maximum effective range of a laser-guided bomb.
I make the distance between the targets my maximum effective range. I shoot the uphill target first, climb up with my bow and rangefinder, then shoot the same arrows back down at the lower target.
The maximum effective range of the round would be an interesting question for the company to address as well.
Every bowhunter needs to honestly evaluate their own performance and make an ethical determination of their own maximum effective range. This determination should have nothing to do with the number of marks on your sight tape.

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