Switching to an early 6 1/2" Flat-top Blackhawk gave a muzzle velocity of 1,270 fps
that was only 5 fps
faster than the 50th Anniversary model with nearly 2" less barrel length.
mean scores of underweight students and ATOP mean scores of obese students were higher (p0.05).
Considering that the chronograph used only gives results in whole numbers, the data is very close to the generally accepted assumption that you will lose 1-1.5 fps
of arrow speed for every five grains of added arrow weight.
If you're curious to see how 60 fps
and 30 fps
gaming line up side-by-side, hit up the 30 fps
It's a more exciting future no doubt (the Oculus Rift will be a true game-changer), but the classic FPS
will be sorely missed.
Present study has been carried out for the first time by using fish pond sludge (FPS
) in combination of corrugated cardboard.
* Fileri FPS
01--Fileri is a polyclonal cultivar grown throughout Greece, particularly in the Arkadia province of the Peloponnese region.
Burning rates vary somewhat, but the powders we have today expand at somewhere between about 5,100 and 5,300 fps
guards federal buildings generally, not just federal courthouses," Dunn points out.
Charles Askins and the article was titled "A Man's Handgun." One of the photo captions says: "My velocity checks of the .44 Remington Magnum loads taken with the Hollywood Chronograph show an average velocity over 25 feet of 1,520 fps
against 1,570 fps
at the muzzle claimed by Remington."
The forecast profiles more than 70 companies involved in the FPS
sector, while looking at key FPS
drivers, such as extended well tests, early production systems, life-of-field production and offshore development hubs.
Indeed, the report predicts that more than 100 floating production systems (FPS
) will be installed worldwide during the 2010-2014 period at a total value of approximately $45 billion, says Douglas Westwood's report.