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serrate

[′se‚rāt]
(biology)
Possessing a notched or toothed edge.
(geology)
Pertaining to topographic features having a notched or toothed edge, or a saw-edge profile.
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They are not equivalent to serration, and they certainly do not meet the diagnostic criteria for serrated adenomas, such as basal crypt dilation or parallel growth pattern.
has released with the new rough textured frame and slide serration pattern.
In addition, the slide on the G22 RTF2 has a new, modern look with crescent shaped serrations located at the rear of the slide.
The slide at the front lacks any cocking serrations commonly found on competition style pistols, but it also features a distinctive forward slant cut and this cut narrows the front of the slide.
The Taurus Tracker Manual, modeled after Benchmade's Model 921 Switchback, which won the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence Knife of the Year 2003 award, features a 3 1/4" exclusive BT2 black steel Tanto-style blade with 40% serration, complemented by a 2" silver slip-jointed second blade and a reversible black clip, all which allow for full functionality and easy carry.
Serration technology of the facemill works safely up to 40,000 rpm in the 40 mm diameter size.
Tenders are invited for Cummulative Pitch Gauge And Master For Checking Of Serration Pitch Distance 10.
The rear cocking serrations on the slide are also a series of eight ball-radius cuts per side, instead of the typical square-edged serration pattern.
Angles will vary on serrations so you should sharpen the edge at the existing slope of the serration with emphasis on honing the lead edge to a sharp profile.
Featuring a wedge-bar serration mechanism, THW Series provides less than one-minute jaw change, repeatability to 0.