Muzzle Velocity?

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Muzzle velocity refers to the speed a projectile has, when it exits the muzzle of the gun. It is usually determined by the quality and quantity of the propellant, the length of the barrel and the weight of the projectile.
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muzzle velocity
NOUN [ORDNANCE]
1.
the speed of a projectile, usually expressed in feet or meters per second, as it leaves the muzzle of a gun.
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