The Definition of Every Day Carry
Every Day Carry
Term used for a firearm that a person uses as their usual daily carry gun.
It is also used to describe a gun that is good for carrying concealed on a regular basis.
Factors for determining an EDC may include caliber, physical size, number of rounds, accuracy and/or other factors.
19 Other Firearms Definitions You Need To Know
A plate which covers the butt. Some steel buttplates have trap doors covering a recess for storage of cleaning equipment.
A wildcat cartridge that is created by straightening out the sides of an existing case and making a sharper shoulder to maximize powder space.
Frequently the neck length and shoulder position are altered as well. The caliber is NOT changed in the process.
Also spelled Forend.
That part of the stock forward of the action and located below the barrel or barrels.
It is designed to give the shooter a place to hold the front end of the gun and protects the shooter's hand from getting burned on the hot barrel.
A person living in the State of Oregon that is a firm supporter of the Second Amendment (plus the other nine Bill of Rights amendments) and generally will also be a firearms enthusiast.
In other words "A Gun Loving Red Blooded American that Hails from The State of Oregon"
The amount of rearward force exerted by the propellant gases on the bolt or breech of a firearm action or breech when a projectile is fired.
The applied force has both magnitude and direction, making it a vector quantity.
A slang term for a shotgun.
A cable with a padlock at the end. It is threaded through the action of the firearm rendering the gun safe and useless until the lock is removed.
A unit of weight widely used to express the weight of bullets and of powder charges. Equal to 1/7000 pound.
The correct technical term for the ability of a projectile to incapacitate an animal or human shot with a firearm. Incorrectly called Stopping Power.
A concave, semi-cylindrical surface cut into the forward lump of a barrel set of a break-open firearm which revolves about the hinge-pin when the gun is opened.
A stock on a long gun that can be shoved into itself to shorten it, either for storage or to make the gun fit shooters of different sizes.
A type of reflector (reflex) sight for firearms that gives the uses a red light-emitting diode as a reticle to create an aimpoint.
Abbreviation for Long Rifle. Typically used in the .22 caliber cartridge designation .22LR. However can be used as an abbreviation for Kentucky Long Rifle
A shotgun shooting sport that combines elements of skeet and trap, and that is designed to simulate field conditions.