proof mark

proof mark

[′prüf ‚märk]
(ordnance)
Distinguishing mark on a weapon to indicate inspection and proof firing.
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LOUIS MOULT last night insisted the dressing room bust-up that followed Motherwell's defeat at Firhill on Tuesday is proof Mark McGhee's side are desperate to dig themselves out of the hole they are in.
Four league wins and four cup victories from their eight openers is proof Mark Warburton's will romp away with the honours.
During last month's Oktoberfest a number of the official festival tipples were in Liverpool for the period including Hofbrau, Spaten, Augustiner, Lowenbrau and Hackenpsehorr, all pitching around the 6% proof mark.
Some of the official festival tipples will be in Liverpool for the period including Hofbrau, Spaten, Augustiner, Lowenbrau and Hackenpsehorr, and all pitch around the 6% proof mark.
As for the logo itself, MacDonald said the lowercase look was intended to portray a "straight-forward approachable company," the orange color was chosen to signify progress and improvement and the period, or proof mark, at the end punctuates the company's commitment to leadership for clients' benefit.
However much they complained at the time, the gunmakers knew that the Birmingham proof mark - crown and crossed sceptres - would support sales only if it was trusted by outsiders.
The pictures you sent show a later Liege proof mark on the gun's barrel, indicating it officially spent some time in Belgium at one point on its way to the United States.
PISTOL M/1914" followed by the serial number with a Crown "K" proof mark directly above the serial numbers.
(The "crown N" proof mark was changed to an "eagle N" in 1939, though there was some overlap.) The "R.F.V." grip markings stand for Reichsfinanzverwaltung (Reich Finance Administration).
All Puma knives are backed by a lifetime limited warranty and bear the famous Rockwell Hardness Proof Mark. Learn more by calling (913) 888-5524 or visit them online at www.pumaknifecompanyusa.com.
The right side of the slide bears the German "F" proof mark within a pentagon, as well as two tiny German eagles above the number 359.
It has the "Crown N" Imperial German government proof mark on both the right side of the frame just aft of the trigger and on the breech cap.