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lug

[ləg]
(design engineering)
A projection or head on a metal part to serve as a cap, handle, support, or fitting connection.

lug

lugs, 1
1. In electric wiring, a device for terminating a wire or cable; the lug is bolted to an electric terminal.
2. A small projection attached to any member or component for use in handling, assembling, or installing.

LUG

LUG

(1) (Linux Users Group) A formal or informal organization of Linux users who gather together virtually or in person to exchange information and resources. Some groups maintain mailing lists and send out newsletters for their members. For more information and a list of international user links, visit www.linux.org/groups.

(2) (Logic Users Group) A large and well established online community that maintains Web forums and resources for Apple's Logic Pro MIDI sequencer and other related audio hardware and software from Apple. For more information, visit www.logic-users.org and www.apple.com/logicpro.
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Caption: The 1911 design (top) uses a link connecting the bottom barrel lug to slide stop pin to control locking and unlocking.
Fit between the wood and the recoil lug is made tight all around by an extremely hard bedding compound.
Carefully file the barrel until the unit slides into the lugs with no excess movement for a good, tight fit.
There was no significant change in the incidence of distal femoral periprosthetic fracture associated with adding fixation lugs to the femoral implant or inserting a bone graft into the distal femoral intramedullary alignment hole.
Since Larry has a surface grinder in his shop, we simply ground the original part flat, but most people won't have access to this type of machine and very nice ground lugs are available from Brownell's for less than $40.
If USV testing is used as an express-analysis test for nodularity, the microstructural lug must be cut and evaluated using conventional metallography so a comparison base for nodularity can be established.
This efficient use of the receiver space lets them have more slender lugs that ride smoothly in the uncluttered raceways.
This instrument accurately measures the distance from the bolt face to the back of the locking lugs and makes the match between a second bolt or barrel much easier.
There were really nine because Weatherby used three rows of three lugs.
Why the detail so vital as lapping bolt lugs in rifle work is ever overlooked or omitted on barrel fitting jobs makes me wonder if it happens due to a forgetful practitioner or a lazy one.
The procedures for installing the front and rear mounting sling assemblies and attaching the quick-release swivel to the stud lugs remain the same.
Normally the difference in contact between the short and long lugs will be but one to two thousandths of an inch (0.