cartridge case


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cartridge case

[′kär·trij ‚kās]
(ordnance)
An item which is designed to hold an ammunition primer and propellant and to which a projectile may be affixed; its profile and size conform to the chamber of the weapon in which the round is fired.
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cartridge case is long, and getting the same reload time I could achieve with a.
Detectives have discovered six tiny scratch marks etched into the brass cartridge case - and say they may represent a vital "calling card".
40 S&W carbide die to size the case body and deprime the cartridge case as the first step.
If a cartridge case image from a crime scene matches with an image in the VSN database, police can obtain the firearm's serial number and use it to trace the firearm from the purchaser to the criminal who misused it.
A city gun shop quoted a fair enough price to a customer for removing a ruptured cartridge case from an old Mauser 7mm that had been converted to a .
They include leaving the cartridge case at the scene and using an "amateurish" adapted weapon.
Smokeless powder didn't leave enough soot, and the mercury attacked the zinc in the cartridge case creating brittleness and case fractures within one or two reloading's.
The use of a brass cartridge case is a departure from the norm for the Chinese.
This looks great and produces a fired cartridge case that is little short of beautiful.
Tenders are invited for Complete Polishing Of 130 Mm And 105 Mm Cartridge Case As Per Enclosed Specification.
I am still getting case failures near the base of the cartridge case.
44s used "heel-type" bullets meaning there was a reduced diameter shank fitting inside the cartridge case while the full diameter of the bullet was equal to the outside diameter of the cartridge case.