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detonics

[de′tän·iks]
(engineering)
The study of detonating and explosives performance.
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It was the closest thing I could afford to the Detonics Combat Master detective Sonny Crockett carried in his ankle holster.
The guns Don Johnson's Sonny Crockett carried are just as legendary--a Bren Ten in a Galco Miami Classic holster, and a Detonics Combat Master as a backup.
I started reading the Survivalist series by Jerry Ahern back in the early 1980s and have been enamored with the Detonics compact .45 ever since.
Person, Detonics of High Explosives, Academic Press, New York, NY, USA, 1970.
I had Robar build me a celebratory New Detonics when my first novel was published, and Robbie even added custom engraved stocks.
I carried a Detonics Combat Master daily two decades ago, sol well understand the allure of a compact Ml911.
With four onboard memory options, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB, Photron's highest speed camera system is well-suited for ballistics, plasma and arc studies, materials science, fluidics, velocimetry, shock waves and detonics applications.
On a different business front, the Quapaw Tribal Business Committee recently bought a 51 percent stake in Detonics Defense Technologies LLC, a high-end handgun maker.
Developed by Dean Grennel, the .45 Super was made by shortening .451 Detonics cases (which had a beefier case based itself on the .45 Win Mag) to .45 ACP length, reducing the firing pin hole to keep primer flow under control and adding heavier recoil springs.
families which includes a Colt AR-15 H-Bar, Armalite Ar-180, Mossberg 12-gauge pump, 10-B 12-gauge semiautomatic, Detonics Mk.45 ACP and Wesson Arms .44 Magnum.
[6.] Johanson, C.H., and Persson, P.A., 1970, Detonics of High Explosives, Academic Press, London.