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Ladder test works!

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Unread 07-26-2005, 01:12 PM
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Re: Ladder test works!

Harrakhan,
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    Yep, standard deviation. Basically its a comparison of the "average of the average" telling you how close a given round is likly to be to the average. Statistically, its a better indicator of a consistant velocity, but if you have a large enough population (in this instance, enough rounds fired across the chrony) the ES is just as accurate.
    If youre just dying for more...
    http://www.med.umkc.edu/tlwbiostats/variability.html
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    Same info as from ABINOK but in <font color="red"> C </font> <font color="green"> O </font> <font color="blue">L </font> <font color="orange"> O </font> <font color="purple"> R </font> <font color="brown">!!! </font>

    http://www.robertniles.com/stats/stdev.shtml
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    boy,what i musta missed by not goin to college! thanks! gearing up to ladder test the APS(50) AI soon!
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    SRHAGGERTY,
    I am thinking about building a custom 25-284 for long range chuck hunting, over 500 yards. Tell me about your rifle is it custom, are you using VLD bullets? Tight neck chamber, barrel, trigger? How does it shoot? I was going to build a custom 6.5-284 but you can't use bullets heavier than 100 grains for varmint hunting in calibers larger than 25 here in New Jersey.

    Thanks and good shooting!!
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    Al,
    That was one of the reasons I built the gun along with deer. It was custom the gunsmith who built it is now the proud owner of it. I loved the gun and hated to see it go. I used Wildcats 125 RBBT ULD's. It had a rifle basix trigger. Nothing special about the neck chamber. THe barrel was a Lilja 3-groove.
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    abinok, sorry to sound like a broken record LOL but could I ALSO have a copy, please and thank you drew_carrey@hotmail.com
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