from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. feet per second
- abbr. foot-pound-second
- abbr. frames per second
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- n. an agency in the General Services Administration that is a security organization to provide a safe environment where Federal agencies can conduct their business
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This camera also supports high-speed continuous shooting of images at the maximum 10-MP size (3648 x 2736) at 10 fps, and offers a sport continuous mode, which allows for continuous shooting at up to approximately 120 fps*, and a function for recording high-definition movies with stereo sound.
With an IBO arrow speed of up to 325 fps from a short (29.75 A to A) bow with a 7-inch brace height is about as good as it gets.
I'm asking this because the mythical performance of Warren Page's 7mm Mashburn - the GOLDEN STANDARD for Sevens - a 175-grainer at 3,000 fps, is what people have in mind when they buy the 7mmRemMag.
The large bullet is a 250 grain Speer hot core fired at 2450 fps from a 350 Rem Mag. into a Spruce log.
I don't know for certain, but a 175 gr bullet at 3,000 fps is a tall order for a 7mm Remington Mag.
I stopped smoking, 68 grains of IMR4198 at 2400fps, 2800 fps is max!
Factory ballistics specify a 200-grain poly-tipped FTX bullet at 2,565 fps from a 24-inch barrel.
Q: do you think an airgun that shoots about 600 fps is enough for squirrels?
As for the comet by CPT brad 300 fps is far short of the speed of sound and alert deer can still jump a string which can be witnessed on many of the hunting shows out there.
A .257 Ned Roberts pushing a 115 grain bullet at 3,120 fps is neck and neck with a 25-06.