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What does ROF stand for?

ROF stands for Rate of Fire

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With its lightweight design and potent firepower capability, the Colt 6920 Law Enforcement carbine is a popular choice for tactical deployment and traditional patrol The LE6920CA has a 16-inch barrel with a safe-semi rate of fire and an effective range distance of 600 meters.
The PIM includes a sustained rate of fire of one round-per-minute and a maximum rate of fire of 4 rpm, said Ed Murray, Department of the Army Systems Coordinator--Artillery.
This is a drop-in; mechanical-buffer that will reduce the rate of fire in your M16/M4/AR-15 without losing reliability.
Reaching out to seven nm in the case of the Bofors 40 with 40 mm rounds, this weapon has a rate of fire of 220 rds/min, with the Bofors 57 57-mm firing 200 rds/min at a range of eight nm.
CAPTION(S): 1 Tough polycarbonate glass able to resist any major impact; 2 Four cameras monitor four lanes and both sides of road simultaneously; 3 Speed radar detection equipment housed here; 4 Fire resistant body insulates internal electronics against extreme heat; 5 Double flash units provide rapid rate of fire.
One final point about the Bren gun, designed in the former Czechoslovak Republic in the 1930s if my memory is correct - each magazine held 30 rounds and the theoretical rate of fire was 624 rounds per minute.