He admitted in court that he was not a pathologist, and that he did not have any formal training in ballistics or sound.
ballistics evidence showed that the Billings were shot with a 9mm.
To be sure, there are professorships, and ballistics experts in the Navy, but these aren't actually all that well paid.
The new victims, who range in age from 22 to 43, were linked to 59-year-old Franklin through MO, ballistics, and DNA evidence.
As he puts it in terms that could apply to ballistics, he is “plotting an arc of motions that plotted me.”
This point is of the greatest interest to the student of ballistics; but it is curious to even the ordinary reader.
It was during the sixteenth century that the science of ballistics had its beginning.
How accurate is the bow and arrow as a weapon of precision, or as they say in ballistics, "What is the error of dispersion?"
What experience have you had in, say, the field of ballistics?
Mr. Lincoln-Halleck aiding—at once understood the laws of ballistics, and other et ceteras which underlay the plan of every siege.
1753, "art of throwing; science of projectiles," with -ics + Latin ballista "ancient military machine for hurling stones," from Greek ballistes, from ballein "to throw, to throw so as to hit," also in a looser sense, "to put, place, lay;" from PIE root *gwele- "to throw, reach," in extended senses "to pierce" (cf. Sanskrit apa-gurya "swinging," balbaliti "whirls, twirls;" Greek bole "a throw, beam, ray," belemnon "dart, javelin," belone "needle"). Here, too, probably belongs Greek ballizein "to dance," literally "to throw one's body," ancient Greek dancing being highly athletic.