striker plate

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striker plate

[′strī·kər ‚plāt]
(ordnance)
A plate in the breech of a firearm or gun, which supports the base of the cartridge and which is pierced with a hole through which the striker or firing pin hits the primer.
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This allows the operator to be safely close to the tools during centering of the blow pins relative to the striker plates.
Of value in the luggage compartment are retractable loops and sling rings for securing straps and bungees, while dove tail striker plates complement the main series of locks and handles, as do rubber bonnet and storage straps for equipment such as spades and axes.
Position the two latches so they engage the striker plates on the inside of each rear door.
Unlike most common striker plates (carbon steel, brass, lead or hardwood), urethane will not splinter and contaminate a product.
The order, from Kale Kilit, a molar Turkish manufacturer of door hardware in Istanbul, is for Clearclad electrocoat lacquer for application to all striker plates, handles and locks produced by the company.
A flexible polyester putty was applied in areas near weld seams, sumps, and striker plates to maintain a smooth surface.
One advantage is that it comes as a complete interior gas piping system consisting not only of piping but also manifolds, fittings, striker plates, regulators and valves.
Position the two locking bracket assemblies so that the locking latches engage the striker plates on the inside of the rear doors.
Secondary tooling includes striker plates and shims, cutting sleeves, detabber assemblies, dies and mandrels, pins and bushings, trim nests, and patented guide-pin and alignment bushing.
Unlike the most common striker plates, such as carbon steel, brass, lead or hard wood, urethane will not splinter and adhere to the cut bales, thereby contaminating the product.