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That's where Dave being a ballistician was beneficial.
At this symposium, world-class ballisticians typically representing more than 24 countries report on their own current unclassified work in ballistics and, in many cases, assist in the symposium paper selection process.
As everyone else raced to catch up with them, French ballisticians did not let any grass grow under their feet.
What resulted grew into a lengthy, highly technical, and highly detailed study of rifle and ammunition performance at close quarters ranges that involved technical agencies from within the Army, Navy, and Department of Homeland Security; medical doctors, wound ballisticians, physicists, engineers from both the government and private sector; and user representatives from the Army, U.
Ballisticians have long suspected that a gun's centerline contour has a significant affect on its accuracy.
Rather than just push hot loads that travel faster at the expense of accuracy, HPR's load-specific development team carefully analyzes each one, while ballisticians work toward a specific outcome.
However, most forensic ballisticians find the size of the wound channel is the most reliable indicator of killing power.
Those "shellbacks" firmly ensconced in war departments around the world looked with askance upon the new ideas being presented to them by engineers, ballisticians, inventors, and scientists.
Marlin introduces the XLR Series of lever-action rifles, designed in conjunction with Hornady ballisticians to take advantage of the new LEVERevolution cartridges.
In fact, perhaps you've purchased three different programs developed by three different ballisticians.
At this annual symposium, world-class ballisticians typically representing more than 24 countries report on their own current unclassified work in ballistics and, in many cases, assist in the paper selection process.