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    A proposed measurement of performance

    We have never had a universal measurement of performance for our markers. I propose a measurement based on how consistently a marker shoots (f.p.s.) from shot to shot based on a simple math formula that can not be disputed when provided through a series of chrono readings.

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    Look up variance and standard deviation.

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    Step 1: Find good paint.
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    This is old, but still relevant:
    http://lennon.csufresno.edu/~nas31/nsa/pballIntro1.html

    And those calculations are based on every paintball being the same size, shape & weight...Which isn't true.
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    The measurement for performance standards lies with the RT valve. 26 balls per second without shootdown. It has never been beat and never will. If you can beat that then show me the video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunaman View Post
    The measurement for performance standards lies with the RT valve. 26 balls per second without shootdown. It has never been beat and never will. If you can beat that then show me the video.
    Devil's advocate: Perhaps, but this is on a marker not universally allowed for play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly View Post
    We have never had a universal measurement of performance for our markers. I propose a measurement based on how consistently a marker shoots (f.p.s.) from shot to shot based on a simple math formula that can not be disputed when provided through a series of chrono readings.
    From shot to shot at different BPS. WHAT is the most consistent gun at 10 or 15 BPS?

    I asked this before.

    Here

    http://automags.org/forums/showthrea...-Who-can-do-it

    http://automags.org/forums/showthrea...-So-who-has-it

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