In order to improve a rifleman's hit probability from unstable shooting positions commonly encountered in actual combat, a number of projects were undertaken.
What does HITPRO stand for?
HITPRO stands for Hit Probability
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Trackfire performed to a 94% overall hit score with a 100% hit probability being recorded.
Results exaggerated hit probability as they did not account for any gaps in the opposing line, battlefield stress or the exaggerated vertical aspect of the target.
Hit rates were analyzed separately by successive subtrials, as the hit probability due to chance varies with the number of alternatives from which to choose, and numbers of subtrials naturally decrease with decreasing number of alternatives.
The M14 was the least effective weapon in all categories that included overall Soldier preference, technical accuracy (USAMU fired) and hit probability (1-30 IN fired) from close quarter battle (CQB) distances to 600 meters.