XVR

AcronymDefinition
XVRExtended View Representation
XVRXtreme Velocity Racing
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That XVR stands for "X-Treme Velocity Revolver." This is a large revolver tipping the scales at 77.8 oz., and that's unloaded, and before mounting any optics.
After upgrading its codec format from H.264 to H.265 and then to H.265+, H.265 XVR delivers a more cost-efficient storage method with smaller storage, stronger compatibility and enhanced intelligence, solving the much higher demand on storage capability placed by the widespread use of 4K/4MP UHD devices, and offering customers and partners more business opportunities.
"In the mid-60s, Vauxhall and Opel created their own interpretations of a light-weight sports car - the XVR and the Experimental GT - both of which were thoroughly modern with dynamic sculptural forms.
The XVR stands for Xtreme Velocity Revolver and is capable of launching a 200-grain bullet over 2,300 fps (although from a longer barrel).
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* The Smith & Wesson Model 460 XVR .460 S & W, North American Big Game -- Elk Model, "WWE 0001,"
With a case even longer than the .500's, the .460 XVR registered these velocities:
The AB, developed using the XVR technology [9], parses and interprets an XML file that specifies the layout resources on the environment and manages their behavior.
From that mission statement flows a stream of competition-quality revolvers and semi-autos, the familiar Thunder Ranch specials, unique M&P AR's and those really exotic models like the .460 XVR revolver with its spacey 14-inch barrel and mounted bipod.
The XVR, pictured below, was originally built for the 1966 Geneva Motor Show and features gullwing doors and pop-up headlights.