The Definition of Double Rifle
Two independent rifles, built on one frame, designed to allow two virtually instantaneously quick, totally reliable shots.
The barrels may be arranged either side-by-side or over-and-under. The apogee of the gunmaker's art.
Particularly useful against dangerous game, which may be moving, and in your direction, with vengeance on its mind.
19 Other Firearms Definitions You Need To Know
Skirted projectiles used in pellet guns
Any piece of clothing that covers the holstered gun. When the gun is worn on the belt, the most common types of cover garments are vests, sweaters, and jackets.
The lock that preceded the 'true' flintlock in both rifles and pistols in the 17th century.
Commonly used throughout Europe in the 1600s, it gained popular favor in the British and Dutch military.
A doglock carbine was the principal weapon of the harquebusier, the most numerous type of cavalry in the armies of Thirty Years War and the English Civil War era.
A needle like metal part of a modern firearm that gives a vigorous strike to the primer initiating the firing of the cartridge.
A type of gas operation for a firearm that directs gas from a fired cartridge directly to the bolt carrier or slide assembly to cycle the action.
The length, within a rifled barrel, required to accomplish one full rotation. 1:12 Twist, means a bullet passing down the bore would complete one revolution in twelve inches.
1:7 Twist, means a bullet passing down the bore would complete one revolution in seven inches, which makes it a tighter twist than 1:12.
Different weights of bullet require appropriate rates of twist.
A bolt action which is locked by pressing the bolt handle in and down, thereby turning its locking lugs into the receiver.
An early form of muzzle-loading revolver wherein, instead of the current practice of having one barrel mated to a multi-chambered rotating cylinder,
multiple joined barrels revolve together around a central axis.
On semi-auto matic pistols, a lever that mechanically lowers the hammer without firing the gun.
An extra flange behind the bolt handle, at the rear of a bolt action receiver (notably the Mauser Model 1898),
which uses the bolt handle as an extra locking surface in the extremely unlikely event of forward bolt lug failure.
A description of a bullet whose forward diameter has expanded after penetration.
A type of firearm which, utilizing some of the recoil or some of the expanding-gas energy from the firing cartridge,
cycles the action to eject the spent shell, to chamber a fresh one from a magazine, to cock the mainspring and to fire again.
Such a firearm will fire continuously as long as the trigger is held back, until the magazine is empty. A machine gun.
A firearm thus activated, but which shoots only one bullet with each separate pull of the trigger,
while often erroneously referred to as "automatic" is properly termed Semi-Automatic.
The use of an electric current to fire a cartridge, instead of a percussion cap. In an electronic-fired firearm an electric current
is used instead to ignite the propellant, which fires the cartridge as soon as the trigger is pulled.
A piece of tooling used to form a sequence of uniform parts through the use of heat and/or pressure; especially, in firearms terminology used to form brass cartridge cases accurately to their correct size for reloading.
A pocketed belt for holding ammunition and cartridges. It was usually slung over the chest.
Bandoliers are now rare because most military arms use magazines which are not well-suited to being stored in such a manner.
They are, however, still commonly used with shotguns, as individual 12 gauge shells can easily be stored in traditionally designed bandoliers.
The Glock pistol, sometimes referred to by the manufacturer as a Glock "Safe Action" Pistol, is a series of polymer-framed, short recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistols designed and produced by Glock Ges.m.b.H., located in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria.
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