At maximum draw weight, this bow shoots at 300 feet per second.
What does FPS stand for?
FPS stands for Feet Per Second
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We have 315 other meanings of FPS in our Acronym Attic
- Federal Protection Service
- Federal Protective Service
- Federal Public Service (Belgium and Canada)
- Federal-Provincial Subcommittee (Canada)
- Federalnaya Pogranichnaya Sluzhba (Russian: Federal Border Service)
- Fédération de Paintball Sportif (French)
- Fédération des Praticiens de Santé (French: Federation of Health Practitioners)
- Federation of Piling Specialists (UK)
- Fédération Professionnelle des Entreprises du Sport et des Loisirs (French: Professional Federation of Enterprises of Sport and Recreation)
- Federation Provisioning System
- Fell Pony Society (UK)
- Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
- Fellow of the Philological Society
- Feminine Personal Spray (health care and pharmacy)
- Fengshan Primary School (Singapore)
- Fernvale Primary School
- Ferrari Piston Service
- Fiber Placement System
- Fiber Protection System
- Fictional-Person Slash (fanfiction)
Samples in periodicals archive:
First however, the precise 4,265 feet per second velocity quoted is low.
But in order to prevent a massive wave from being unleashed, the one bay opened Saturday was allowing out 10,000 cubic feet per second.
The pumping system to be supplied by MWI for the future G-434 and G-436 Pump Stations in Compartment B will include three diesel engine pumping systems with a capacity of 533 cubic feet per second; two diesel engine pumping systems with a capacity of 460 cubic feet per second and seven electric motor pumping systems with a capacity of 100 cubic feet per second.
It reached a maximum velocity of 34,400 feet per second.
To stay in orbit around Earth, the Apollo 11 spacecraft had to go more than 25,000 feet per second.
The standard speed used for timing pedestrians is 4 feet per second.
The system's high speed of approximately 8 feet to 10 feet per second makes it efficient, Lubo says.