long grip

long grip

The grip of a bolt or rivet which is longer than five times its diameter.
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Its long grip makes its 4-inch barrel and proportional length slide look short (picture a GLOCK 19 upper on a GLOCK 17 frame, and you'll have an idea of the proportions).
Most will find that an untucked shirt is not enough to hide the H9's long grip with a no-cant orientation.
It is characterised by its distinctive appearance: a curved, slender, single-edged blade with a long grip to accommodate two hands.
After World War II, Colt made a long grip Woodsman, a Challenger, a Huntsman, and the Match Target before discontinuing manufacture.
His long grip on power is no accident and the 90-year-old Mugabe is an expert at keeping his ruling Zanu-PF divided so that he can rule without trouble.
Further, it has a relatively long grip length for its size, which makes it even more controllable.
And afterwards he revealed his success on the greens was down to a club with an extended long grip that's halfway between a putter and the controversial belly putter.
The focus is on Egypt, where President Hosni Mubarak's long grip on power is under threat by huge demonstrations.
But after generations in the ascendancy their long grip on racing's levers of power was loosened and racing became a more democratic and inclusive sport, still valuing its traditions but dispensing with the opinions, views and attitudes of its more hidebound traditionalists.
So maybe I deserve the long grip of terror they've held me in ever since.
The task force's proposals indicate that drastic measures, which could cause unwanted effects, are needed to uproot the vested interests accumulated during the long grip on power by the Liberal Democratic Party.
Anyway, there must have been something about me that day, as a warm mood was growing in the ground to ease the long grip of winter.