finger guard

finger guard

A strip of soft material applied to the edges of a doorjamb; used to prevent possible injury to fingers inserted between door and jamb during closure.
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Ergonomically designed for women, the knives feature a grooved handle and a finger guard at the bottom of the blade.
It's equipped with an anti-dry fire system, enhanced thumb and finger guard, ambidextrous safety and integrated string suppressors along with Darton's patented Barrel Dampener.
The finger guard plays double-duty as a flipper device.
Ian Swanson - La Farge, WI - PopPins are push pins that have a molded shell that acts as a finger guard for the metal spike.
The new model by The Shield Finger Guard offers one-piece construction, which is easy to install with no tools required
A smart finger guard detects when hands get too close to the heating plate and stops the iron's rotation to avoid any risk of injury.
The full-length finger guard offers additional protection during the sharpening process.
Decorated in a carbon-fiber finish or in high-definition camouflage, the Buck Commander Rage also features a CNC machined Picatinny rail, finger guard Pass-Through foregrip and adjustable butt pad and is available as a package with quiver, three 20-inch bolts and illuminated 4x32 multi-reticle scope.
7-litre kettle has soft curves complemented by a round cool-touch handle and a soft protective finger guard.
Second, Golden Valley has acquired a Delaware corporation doing business as Cut Stop, which has a licensing agreement to manufacture, market and distribute the patented "Cut Stop"(TM) finger guard technology.
When the blade is opened, a ramp on the backside of the blade rolls out to form a very natural thumb guard that mimics the finger guard on the front handle topside.