Another term for Magazine Safety
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Another term for Magazine Safety
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A handgun-style fully automatic or burst-mode firearm.
Part of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994.
It produced a 10-year federal ban on the manufacture of new semi-automatic assault weapons with certian specifications.
Firearms with specific features were defined as assault rifles.
Including the AR-15, certain versions of the AK-47, the TEC-9, the MAC-10 and the Uzi,
several of which had become the preferred weapon of violent drug gangs. The act also bans large-capacity ammunition magazines, limiting them to 10 rounds.
The law did not apply to weapons that were already in legal possession.
A felt, paper, cardboard or plastic disk that is used in a shotshell. Also in muzzle loading, a piece of cloth used to seal the bullet in the barrel. It's purpose and function is the same as a shotgun wad.
The National Rifle Association. This organization coordinates shooting events on a national level, provides firearms training to civilians and law enforcement, fights restrictive firearms legislation and supports the constitutional right of law abiding citizens to own and carry firearms.
To prepare or charge a muzzle loader for firing.
A pair of slender and easily-carried wooden dowels or sticks, which when held, crossed, in the fingers of the left hand while also supporting the forend of a rifle, usually shooting offhand, provides somewhat enhanced stability for a more accurate shot.
Any malfunction that results in no shot fired when the trigger is pulled. Commonly caused by a failure to feed, bad ammunition or a broken firing pin.
Abbreviation for Curio and Relic
A type of firearm action in which the guns's bolt is operated manually by the opening and closing of the breech (barrel) with a small handle. As the handle is operated, the bolt is unlocked, the breech is opened, the spent shell casing is withdrawn and ejected, the firing pin is cocked, and finally a new round/shell (if available) is placed into the breech and the bolt closed.
The act of setting up a telescopic or other sighting system so that the point of impact of a bullet matches the sights at a specified distance.
A type of cartridge whose bullet diameter is substantially less than the body diameter of the casing.
Any gun that can be used in a sport.
An alternate name for Aperture Sight.
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.
Spiral grooves formed into the bore of a gun barrel, which cause the bullet to spin upon firing, thus stabilizing it much like a thrown football. Rifling may be cut, swaged, or forged into the barrel.
To tilt a gun to one side or the other, complicating sighting considerably. Can cause material loss of accuracy, particularly with a rifle at longer ranges. Some better long range target rifles are equipped with Spirit Level sights to help control canting.
The opening through which the empty, spent ammunition case is ejected from of a firearm.
A larger class of machine gun..
Racking the slide incorrectly by allowing your hand to rest upon the slide as it moves forward during the loading procedure. Riding the slide is a common cause of misfeeds and other malfunctions.
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