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Any police sniper rifle should be a sub-minute of angle gun. A minute of angle loosely translates to accuracy within one inch at 100 yards, two inches at 200 yards, etc. A sub-minute of angle gun is even more accurate than that. Say, the ability (based on the shooter) to consistently shoot within a half-inch at 100 yards, one inch at 200 yards, etc. Many police snipers I know carry a quarter with a perfect .308 bullet hole piercing it on their key chain as a testament to their shooting skill.
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Dixie Gun Works muzzleloading, blackpowder and rare antique ...
On the Henry rifle, cartridges are fed into the action by the spring loaded magazine tube located under the barrel. In order to load the magazine tube, hold the gun upright with the barrel facing away from you and push the brass magazine tube follower up as far as possible. This should allow you to rotate the top portion of the magazine tube and barrel clockwise about 45 degrees. Cartridges can then be loaded into the magazine tube and the tube then rotated back into place.
Avian Health Network: PDD FAQ
A presumptive diagnosis of PDD is based on historical information, clinical signs, and radiographic evidence of proventricular dilatation or dysfunction. Confirming that a living bird has PDD is difficult. Biopsy of the ventriculus or proventriculus can be used to diagnose the disease. However, obtaining a biopsy sample from these organs is invasive and dangerous. In some birds, biopsy of the crop can be used to diagnose the disease. - Dr Branson W.
The Feline PKD FAQ -- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions ...
In Dr. Biller's study (sometimes referred to as "the Ohio study"), Dr. Biller was able to diagnose cats at 10 months of age with 98% accuracy (as determined by eventual histopathology exams after natural death or euthanasia). Given the many variables in real-world testing (the skill, training and experience of the sonographer; the ultrasound equipment; etc.), my personal opinion is that the real-world accuracy will be somewhat lower -- perhaps in the 90% to 95% range.
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ Height Article
Celebheights tries to build an accurate database, but you cannot rely on simply using official resumes or actors own declarations of their height, because invariably a good number might embellish the truth. Height in many cases is a best estimate. Even if you meet a star, your own estimate might be off, especially if you don't get within a couple of feet and the difference in your heights is large or you're judging on the street where subtle pavement differences can cause confusion.
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AMITemp® and AMITemp® Wearables may be the most accurate thermometers ever developed. These Precision Phase Change (PPC), dot-matrix thermometers have been proven under clinical conditions and meet stringent ASTM accuracy requirements. Normal oral temperature will range from 97° F to 99° F and 36.5° C to 37.5° C.
Walk4Life - Frequently Asked Questions
Activity recommendations in terms of daily minutes of physical activity for youth (Corbin & Pangrazi, 2004) and adults (USDHHS, 2000) have created an interest in accurately measuring personal movement. The pedometer is an objective activity measuring instrument that has been studied by a number of researchers. A recent study (Crouter, et al., 2003) evaluated the validity of 10 different electronic pedometers and found them to be "most accurate". A similar study (Schneider et al.
Hepatitis C Check - Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. In a multicenter clinical study this test service, using blood from a finger stick obtained by non-medically trained participants, was proven to be greater than 99% accurate compared to a blood sample drawn by a medical professional and tested using current test methods. In this clinical trial approximately 4% of study participants were unable to collect enough sample to begin testing, and an additional 3% were unable to collect enough sample to receive a conclusive result.
Daikon FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
The Daikon system examines the values computed during the target program's execution, looking for patterns and relationships among those values. There are two potential problems: missing properties (false negatives), and spurious properties (false positives). False negatives are inevitable, because every tool has a grammar that limits what it can express. Daikon has a relatively simple and broadly applicable grammar.
ANZAC officers died at Gallipoli: Frequently Asked Questions
The soldier who invented the periscope rifle was No. 1066, Lance-Corporal William Charles B. Beech, of the 2nd Battalion (New South Wales). [later Sergeant, Divisional HQ, returned to Australia Nov 1915]. In his book, 'The Broken Years', about the experiences of Australian soldiers in the war, Bill Gammage writes near the end: So the Great War brought change to the outlook of Australians. In September 1917 an Australian soldier wrote in his diary the following memorable lines:'
Rifle barrels wear mainly in two areas – the chamber throat area and the crown. The throat erodes due to the high temperature flame from the burning powder and the swaging of the bullet into the rifling grooves. Crowns are usually damaged during cleaning. Refurbished barrels have at least 1 inch cut off from the chamber area, and the chambers are extended using piloted reamers in a floating holder. Threads are extended or cut on a lathe with a single point threading tool.
Buffalo Hunting at Thousand Hills Bison Ranch
Bison are extremely tough animals to bring down. George W. Brown hunted buffalo from 1870-1874 and recorded the following: "I used a big fifty caliber Sharps rifle. It shot a hundred and twenty grains of powder, and the bullets were an inch and a quarter long. When one of these big (slugs) would hit a buffalo, whether it hit the right place or not, it would make him sick. It wouldn't be long until I put another into him. I have often shot a buffalo ten or fifteen times before I got him down.
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Well, that depends on what you have and who might want to buy it. To begin with, remember that these rifles were made in the millions. Parts were designed to be interchangeable. During it's service life the rifle may have been modified with improved parts or had original parts removed as obsolete. It may have been completely refurbished at the arsenal in the 1950's. In the 1960's millions of rifles were sold off as surplus and then 'sporterized' as hunting and target rifles.
AK-103 - faq
A Saiga rifle is a Sporterized version of the Russian '100 series' Kalashnikov rifle. It is the only configuration under current law, that can be legally imported. Some key differences are: The removal of the pistol grip, a sporting type stock added, a one piece handguard installed, and a proprietary 10 round magazine installed.
Vulcan Armament Inc. [The Best-Built Firearms in the World!]
Each V15 firearm comes in its own hard case with a magazine, a manual, cleaning kit, trigger lock, Vulcan knife with sheath, and a sling. Certain models may also include other accessories. V15 firearms accept any standard AR15/M16 magazine.