If you're not careful, high-pressure water, air or steam can force their way into the electronic muzzle reference sensor, roadwheel hubs, the turret race ring and other components.
What does MRS stand for?
MRS stands for Muzzle Reference Sensor
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 390 other meanings of MRS in our Acronym Attic
- Mouse Rage Syndrome (website usability)
- Movement Reporting System
- Movimiento de Renovación Sandinista (Sandinista Renovation Movement, Nicaragua)
- Mucus Recovery System (hospital billing code)
- Multi-purpose Reproducer Set
- Multi-Resource Scheduling (software)
- Multi-Robot System
- Multicommand Requirement Submission
- Multiple Ramp Scheme
- Multiple Response Surface
- Quantity of Mechanical Reinforcement for preccribed (Colorado Department of Transportation) Soil zone
- Mobility Requirements Study Bottom Up Review Update (document establishing the amount of lift capability for US DoD transport)
- Movement; Respiration; Sensitivity; Growth; Reproduction; Excretion; Nutrition (seven characteristics of life)
- Movement Reproduction Sensitivity Nutrition Exertion Respiration Growth (biology, seven life processes)
- Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Science, Speech Pathology
- Monitored Retrievable Storage/Interim Storage
- Multilateral Radar Surveillance or Strike System
- Maine Revised Statutes Annotated
- Market Research Society of Australia
- Materiel Readiness Support Activity (US Army)
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It's also a sure way to damage components like the muzzle reference sensor (MRS).
When was the last time you checked the tritium-powered muzzle reference sensor (MRS) on that tank, mechanic?