granite series

granite series

[′gran·ət ‚sir·ēz]
(geology)
A sequence of products that evolve continuously during crustal fusion; earlier products tend to be deep-seated, syntectonic, and granodioritic, and later products tend to be shallower, late syntectonic, or postsyntectonic, and more potassic.
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Caption: Mack Granite series customers increasingly specify automated manual mDRIVE and mDRIVE HD transmissions.
The Mack Granite Series also features a powerful and fuel-efficient engine.
The GSR, or Granite Series Rail, is an interesting landmark in 1911 history.
Dubbed the GSR for Granite Series Rail, this is the first all-American SIG with no European design input.
The Granite Series pistols are appropriately because they are design and built in New Hampshire independently of SIG Sauer.
I asked McClearn how the Granite series was developed.
I was frankly incredulous as to why the Granite Series needed to be the only service 1911 out there with a non-user-serviceable spanner screw in the side of the slide.
Mack vehicles that will feature I-EGR engines as of October 1, 2002, include: the new Mack Granite Series, as well as Mack RD6, MR, LE, DM and RB models.
Available in stainless or black "Nitron"-finished stainless, the new 1911, called the "Granite Series" features an obviously SIG-inspired slide, but in actuality, all parts are interchangeable with the 1911 series pistols.
After a reported 28 percent market share during the last fiscal year, the new Granite series is set to propel Mack to its goal of a 30 percent market share.
The Granite series is available in two basic versions; the Granite and the more weight restrictive Granite Bridge formula.
Mack's E-tech engine is the standard for the Granite series and is available in outputs from 300 to 460 hp.
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