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FPS

, fps
Abbreviation for foot-pound-second. See: foot-pound-second system, foot-pound-second unit.

FPS

Abbreviation for:
family planning services 
family practitioner services 
fee-paying service, see there 
Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society

FPS

Abbreviation for foot-pound-second system.

fps

Abbreviation for foot-pound-second system.

FPS

Abbrev. for Fellow Pharmaceutical Society.
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Using six examples with 4 5/8" barrels and ranging from a very early 1956 production version up to a 50th Anniversary Commemorative saw muzzle velocities range from a low of 1,187 to a high of 1,273 fps, or 86 fps difference in muzzle velocity from the same barrel length.
standard-pressure and +P 9mm (1,125 and 1,180 fps), a 180-gr.
If you round those numbers up, you get 8-12 fps, with a middle ground of 10 fps, which is the generally accepted rule of thumb.
If Cooke is correct, the explanation for this phenomena is that the eye's own super-resolution mode can effectively kick in around the 43 fps mark.
The classic FPS is a dying genre no doubt, there will soon be a generation of gamer that will never have experienced the true precision of a keyboard and mouse combo, it may not even know what a mouse is and it will never have experienced the joys of the classic FPS.
Table 1 shows the observation taken in 8 different treatments (mixture of FPS and CB) and control setup in terms of earthworm survival, biomass, cocoon production and larval numbers.
* Assirtico FPS 01--A white grape that maintains high acidity even in hot Mediterranean summers.
Twenty years passed before the 4,000 fps barrier was breached by the.220 Swift.
In the settlement, the FPS grants that the law it relied on in arresting Musumeci does not in fact "prohibit individuals from photographing (including motion photography) the exterior of federal courthouses from publicly accessible spaces." While the FPS does not explicitly mention other federal buildings, where official harassment of photographers and videographers is common, NYCLU Associate Legal Director Christopher Dunn thinks the settlement's impact will go beyond courthouses.
However, it mentions that the original .44 Magnum had a 240-grain gas-check bullet at a velocity of 1,435 fps. I believe that is incorrect.
In addition, it provides unit and expenditure forecasts for the various floating production systems available on the market--including Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessels (FPSOs), Semi-Submersible FPS systems, Tension Leg Platforms and Spars.