The Definition of Oregunian
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"
19 Other Firearms Definitions You Need To Know
A firearm that can be separated into (at least) two subassemblies in order to make a shorter package than when put together, without tools.
There is no specific requirement regarding how this disassembly must be accomplished; the mechanical design is up to the creativity of the maker.
This arrangement allows for more convenient transportation of a firearm, but with rifles, where the action normally separates from the barrel, usually at a small sacrifice in accuracy.
Takedown firearms can also be called take-apart firearms.
Good examples of a takedown guns are the Henry AR-7 Survival Rifle, the Ruger 10/22 Takedown or the TNW Aero.
A two-barreled, side-by-side, shoulder-fired gun having one
smoothbore shotgun barrel and one rifled barrel.
A plain, functional, unembellished firearm used to hunt in rough terrain where one might prefer not to put a more expensive, deluxe grade gun at risk of damage.
A short, lightweight rifle. Some are small enough for a young child to easily handle, while others are large enough to perfectly suit teenagers, average-sized adult women, and small-statured adult males.
A fully automatic firearm that fires pistol ammunition.
A built in lock that may prevent the firearm from being fired.
A semi-automatic pistol in which the barrel and breechblock are locked together for only a short distance of rearward recoil travel,
at which point the two are uncoupled, the barrel is stopped and the breechblock continues rearward, extracting the spent casing from the chamber.
Upon returning forward, the breechblock chambers a fresh round and forces the barrel back into its forward position.
Most modern recoil operated semi-automatic pistols use short recoil.
Hearing protection that fits inside the ear canal.
A small hole in the barrel of a gas-operated firearm through which expanding gases escape to power the autoloading system.
Usually a circular or oval band of metal, horn or plastic that goes around the trigger to provide both protection and safety in shooting circumstances.
The shooter's finger should never be within the trigger guard unless the sights are on target and the shooter has made the decision to fire.
A steel ring, around an inch in diameter, mounted to a stud, usually on the left side of the receiver of a carbine,
to which may be tied a leather thong to secure it to a saddle or a scabbard so as not to lose the carbine when riding a rambunctious horse.
A metal plate on which the firing mechanism is mounted on percussion and earlier firearms.
A horizontal wedge, press-fit through the forend of a vintage gun, through a lump
attached to the underside of the barrel and out the other side of the forend.
To secure the forend in position. Also called a crosspin or a wedge fastener.
On an outdoor shooting range, a large pile of dirt that functions as a backstop.
An air gun that shoots a skirted pellet.
An empty ammunition case.
An imaginary straight line through the centre of the bore of a firearm extending to infinity.
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