The baseline requirement for the M-4 is about 600 mean rounds between failures.
What does MRBF stand for?
MRBF stands for Mean Rounds (Fired) Before Failure
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of MRBF in our Acronym Attic
- Monnow Road Baptist Church (London, UK)
- Multiple Resolution Bitmap Compiler
- Multirole Bridge Company
- Muskegon River Boat Club (Stanwood, MI)
- Mean Rounds Between Corrective Maintenance Actions
- Maintenance Review Board Document (US FAA; Civil Aviation Safety Authority; Australia)
- Multi Rigid Body Dynamics (Japanese study)
- Minnesota River Basin Data Center
- Monthly Rate of Basic Earnings (disability insurance calculation)
- Marine Rated Battery Fuse
- Mean Rounds between Failure (machine guns)
- Median Radial Basis Functions (algorithm)
- Medullary Renal Blood Flow (biology)
- Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens (Australia)
- Metropolitan Region of Belo Horizonte (Brazil)
- Market Research Bureau International
- Market Research Bureau of Ireland, Ltd. (est. 1962; Blackrock, Ireland)
- Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, Inc (New York, New York)
- Minnesota River Basin Joint Powers Board
- Marketing and Business Law (Virginia Commonwealth University; Richmond, VA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Every bit as reliable as the M2 HB infantry gun, the AN-M3 should be Capable of firing 4,000 mean rounds between failures.
The pistol must be capable of firing no fewer than 2000 mean rounds between stoppages, no fewer than 5000 mean rounds between failures and have a 20,000-round service life.