grease gun


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grease gun

[′grēs ‚gən]
(engineering)
A small hand-operated device that pumps grease under pressure into bearings.
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com/call-of-duty-wwii-hot-fix-weapon-changes/) DualShockers , the FG 42 rifle's recoil and fire rate have been buffed, while the Grease Gun and the Lee Enfeild's aim-down-sight (ADS) transition times have been modified.
The Grease Gun was disparaged for its ungainly appearance and simple design but it was reliable even under hard use and easy to use in tight spaces.
In about 1916, he devised a screw-type grease gun and a straight, hollow fitting with a spring-loaded ball in the end to keep the grease in.
Valkyrie Arms made a semiauto version of the M3 grease gun a few years ago, although it used a 16.
When all else failed to get the stuck ball removed, I brought out the grease gun and had the student "start pumping.
She was trying to clean up grease that had oozed out of a grease gun in the backpack- size bag, when it it floated away on Tuesday.
She was trying to clean up grease that had oozed out of a grease gun in the backpack-size bag, when it and everything in it floated away on Tuesday.
A spacewalking astronaut accidentally let go of her tool bag after a grease gun inside it exploded, and helplessly watched as it floated away with everything inside.
SPACEWALKING astronaut accidentally let go of her tool bag after a grease gun exploded, and helplessly watched as it floated away with tools inside.
There shouldn't be any problems this year, apart from the usual check over and 20 minutes with the grease gun.
Other up-grades include protected bucket cylinder hoses, reinforced boom cylinder protector, toolbox, grease gun storage, and standard suspension seat.
Now they can use a Timken grease gun to deliver genuine Timken grease to their Timken bearings.