solid frame

solid frame

A door or window frame made from a single piece of timber as distinguished from one that is built up in sections.
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He's got a solid frame, but is not especially quick on his feet.
With a low seat position and centre of gravity, featherlight slip-assist clutch and weight down 18kg over the ER-6f thanks to a tubular rather than solid frame and other tweaks, low-speed handling is a doddle.
Action type: Solid frame box-lock side-by-side, automatic ejectors, double triggers
Caption: Right: The Remington (bottom) has a solid frame, while the barrel of the 1860 Army is easily removable.
The Ruger GP100 has a solid frame and unitized assembly for easy stripping and cleaning.
A sculpturally flared Single-frame grille with a solid frame dominates its aerodynamically flat front end.
Being a good investor requires a fundamental knowledge of the investment world and a solid frame of reference.
This background in the history of ideas provides the solid frame for her intelligent examination of the structurally different first-person novels by Stifter (1857) and Vischer (1878).
Initially, the Model 1897 had a solid frame, but early on in its production life, it was also offered in a takedown style.
The new kiosk has upped the industry expectations for "securing devices" with its dual locks and a rock solid frame.
There's the traditional solid frame model and for 2015, a takedown model utilizing the same quick disconnect system developed originally for the 10/22 Takedown rifle.