barrel assembly

barrel assembly

[′bar·əl ə′sem·blē]
(ordnance)
The gun barrel together with the other parts necessary to attach it to the rest of the gun.
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An integrally suppressed design is one where the suppressor parts are part of the barrel assembly from the get-go, and this offers several advantages.
Not everything was available when I placed my order, but I did get my hands on a stripped Al lower receiver, 20-inch Al barrel assembly with 1:12" twist, a complete furniture set, Al front-sight post, Al flash suppressor and slip ring.
Unique to the X-22 is how the forend and barrel assembly lock into the stock during storage or transport.
Tenders are invited for repair four (4) overhead bay doors that currently do not have enough slat wrap around the barrel assembly and it is causing damage to the doors when they are closing.
The company's MEDD (medical extruder direct drive) extruder utilizes direct drive technology for more efficient operation, as well as greater materials flexibility, a replaceable feed section liner, interchangeable barrel assembly and a Windows PLC control system.
MEDD also has a replaceable feed-section liner, interchangeable barrel assembly, and Windows PLC control system.
Remove the slide and barrel assembly from the receiver.
Rotating a lever on the right side of the frame unlocked the barrel assembly, permitting it to be pivoted up on a hinge for loading.
When the slot is horizontal, the slide and barrel assembly can be moved off toward the front.
After the location for the pin is determined remove the barrel assembly from the receiver.
The Infantry squad's lethality will also be enhanced by the fielding of the M4A1 carbine featuring a new barrel assembly, auto trigger assembly, ambidextrous selector, bolt assembly, and other features which provide the automatic fire Soldiers need during fire and movement when suppressive fires are most needed.
Move the carrier assembly back and forth in the upper receiver and barrel assembly.