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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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If you want to remove the barrel assembly from the slide, place a punch in the hole of the roller cam, push the cam forward, unlocking the rollers, and then cock and lift the assembly upward.
Kahr does all the machining of the Guardian's frame and barrel assembly, so unlike some other pocket and pocketbook-sized pistols, this one shouldn't suffer from fit and finish problems.
Pulling the ejector rod forward permits the barrel assembly to be pivoted bringing the ejector rod into position with chambers and loading gale.
Like a traditional all-steel receiver, the 887's system is separate from the buttstock and barrel assembly. These are all additional parts, which when installed result in the complete pump-action shotgun.
What if he could combine a lightweight receiver and barrel assembly with the polymer frame?
Worse than the cosmetic damage was the play between the action and the barrel assembly. Even with the fore-end installed, there was discernible wiggle.
Smooth barrel extruders feature a wear-resistant liner of an iron/boron bimetallic cast into a 4140 steel barrel assembly. We can also provide harder alloys, if necessary.
Turning to the barrel assembly, the barrel ejector and cocking hook are removed by a set screw located on the left side of the barrel lug.
The slide and barrel assembly can then be moved off forward.
Without saying a word, he opened the can and with one hand pulled out an AR-15 SBR with side-folding stock minus barrel assembly. With his other hand he pulled the barrel assembly, outfitted with his Dolos Take-Down system, inserted it into the rifle's action, gave it a partial turn and locked it into place.