field-strip


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field-strip

[′fēld ‚strip]
(ordnance)
To disassemble the major components of a machine gun, cannon, or other firearm for cleaning, inspection, or the like.
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Otherwise, marketers are just inviting you to field-strip them.
Navy commander, has a perfect military expression for what she does with her Sunday newspaper when it arrives: she "field-strips" it.
After checking to ensure the gun is unloaded, I do a quick field-strip and then brush or wipe away any apparent grit of grime; then I reassemble, work the action and make sure it still feels right.
At that point, field-strip the pistol, clean and lube and continue firing 50-round sessions as before until you reach 500 rounds.
Even though the S&W M&P has features similar to competitive designs, it has a unique field-strip procedure.
The BB pistol field-strips exactly like the firearm.
The pistol field-strips down to five basic components by removing the magazine and making sure that the pistol is unloaded and safe.
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