crossbolt

crossbolt

[′krȯs‚bōlt]
(design engineering)
A lock bolt with two parts which can be moved in opposite directions.
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For good measure, a classic crossbolt safety is present at the top forward end of the triggerguard.
Which English cricket ground had to be evacuated this week after a crossbolt hit the pitch?
The already strong stock is further reinforced by a massive stainless steel crossbolt behind the recoil plate recess.
The product liability monster has definitely won on that subject, with new Marlin and Winchester exposed-hammer lever guns now having crossbolt safeties, while the Mossberg 464 has a tang safety.
Happy that it happened during practice and not during a match, I degreased the crossbolt threads, applied blue Loctite, torqued the crossbolts tight, and went back to shooting.
The choice of a single-selective or double triggers, a boxlock action with a Greener crossbolt lock-up that's tighter than a bank vault and bored integral chokes, IC and Mod, make this a gun for the connoisseur at an affordable price.
The push-button crossbolt safety is joined by a rebounding hammer, and unlike most, Bond Arms derringers include a rotating mechanism to keep the barrel locked in place during firing.
Made of 6063-T6 aluminum with a hard-coat anodized finish, the SPR Optics Mount features a notched crossbolt for a positive lock on Picatinny rails.
The furniture is still walnut on this specimen, without the reinforcing crossbolt that was eventually added to the wrist of the stock.
The manual safety is a simple crossbolt type, directly blocking the trigger.