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03 Shocker - Shoot Down Test 
By Bill Mills - May 2004
Photos By Dawn Mills

Page1  Page2   Chrono Data    Target Data   Shoot-Down Test



WARPIG Ballistic Labs Test Results 
Test Subject: Smart Parts Shocker 03 - Rapid fire comparison 
Paintgun and Air System: Shocker 03 stock - Max Flo 4500-68 - .687"ID paint matched Freak Barrel 
Variable: Rate of fire 
Chronograph strings:  Each string represents three groups of 10 shots fired at listed intervals under microprocessor control. 
Temp: 85 F
Date: 8-May-04
Paint: DraXxus Hellfire
Note: While the trigger was pulled a total of 30 times for each rate, the Shocker 03 only fired 26 times at the 14 cycle per second rate, presumably due to the Vision system detecting incomplete feeding four times.  

The data did not indicate evidence of shoot-down when fired at 14 shots per second, a realistic, on field high rate of fire, as opposed to 1 shot per second.

Shot #
1 cps
14 cps
1)
300.0
301
2)
299.8
301.8
3)
299.0
302.6
4)
297.6
299.4
5)
298.0
293
6)
302.2
301.8
7)
296.2
302
8)
302.4
294.4
9)
301.8
299
10)
291.2
297.2
11)
305.4
305
12)
301.2
298.4
13)
301.0
304.4
14)
296.0
304
15)
293.6
306.2
16)
296.0
305
17)
294.4
300
18)
300.8
294.4
19)
301.8
294.4
20)
301.2
291.2
21)
302.2
304.8
22)
299.6
293.2
23)
304.4
294.2
24)
298.0
300.2
25)
302.8
307
26)
303.6
294
27)
298.0 
28)
300.0 
29)
293.8 
30)
296.2 
 
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High:
305.4
307
Low:
291.2
291.2
E.S.:
14.2
15.8
Ave.:
299.2
299.4
S.D.:
3.4
4.6
95%:
±1.0
±2.0

Understanding the Summary Data

High: This represents the highest velocity in the recorded string of shots.

Low: This represents the lowest velocity in the recorded string of shots.

E.S.: Extreme Spread - this is the difference in velocity between the highest velocity shot and the lowest velocity shot.

Ave: Average - this is the average velocity of the string of shots.  This is the number to look at to compare whether velocity is increased overall, or decreased overall by a change in a variable.

S.D.: Standard Deviation - S.D. Is a mathematicall way of expressing how close most of the shots are to the average.  The lower the Standard Deviation is, the more consistent the velocity is.

95%: This is an easier to understand way of expressing consistency.  Statistically, there is a 95% chance than a given shot will vary this amount or less from the average.
 


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