bullet nose

bullet nose

[′bu̇l·ət ‚nōz]
(mathematics)
A plane curve whose equation in cartesian coordinates x and y is (a 2/ x 2)-(b 2/ y 2)=1, where a and b are constants.
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Speer precisely skives each Gold Dot rifle bullet nose in order to provide reliable expansion at typical AR velocities.
The nickel-plated case and brass-jacketed bullet fight corrosion, and spiral cuts on the bullet nose help assure reliable expansion and penetration.
Upon impact with a bad guy, the edges of the crossbars on the bullet nose cut through clothing and skin, and then the flutes behind those crossbars redirect the watery tissue radially as the bullet penetrates.
It was determined that the magazine's bullet guide spring was not keeping the bullet nose low enough when the bolt was pushing the bullet forward.
* A ported bullet nose cap for protection of the sensor diaphragm.
The Bullet Nose Dowels are designed for alignment of two fixture pieces with the pin and head concentric within 0.0005" TIR, and the dowels receiver bushings have ID and OD concentric within 0.003" TIR.
A bullet nose on the input shaft locates the coupling bore during assembly.
It had developed a bullet nose and become metallic and shiny.
The nose is immune to plugging with material: Even if you fire the bullet through a jacket pocket, the polymer plug is driven into the bullet nose on impact and this results in good expansion.
The stainless 9mm barrel has a supported chamber, but unlike a lot of 9mms on the market, the barrel is not integrally ramped, and the bullet nose will slide up a traditional feed ramp on the slide before entering the chamber.
A small tab is stamped into the side of the mag near the front, at the top, right below the bullet nose. This presses in a bit of the springy mag sidewall.
Hanned in turn produced a hardened, bullet nose, file trim-die named the .22-SGB, which permitted us to file up our own SGB bullets, only to have CCI pick up the idea and market their own flat-nose SGB cartridge.