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rimless

[′rim·ləs]
(ordnance)
Pertaining to a cartridge case in which the extracting groove is machined into the body of the case; that is, no part of the case extends beyond the body.
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However, some of the improved and wildcat chambers will require special attention, particularly the rimless versions.
One Saturday afternoon when I had loads of rimless glasses to do I thought `there must be a quicker way to do this'.''
7.62x33mm para Carabina--consisted of a rimless, tapered case 33mm long loaded with a 110-grain round-nosed FMJ bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1970 fps.
However, the rimless 6mm Navy case had an odd-sized head which did not fit any standard bolt face--so Winchester simply added a small rim to the case that was the same diameter and thickness as the .30-06 family's extractor rim.
Rimless and pastel shades are still extremely big from last year, with a subtle twist from previous designs.
So it seems only fitting that Loewe's sophisticated rimless sunglasses with anagram detail (pounds 155) should be named after the husky-voiced songstress.
But if you really want to pick up a bargain, head down to Top Shop where you'll find an array of rimless visors, wraps and aviators in all the hottest colours.
She put beads on her rimless glasses, and that look took off.
Dollond & Aitchison's no-specs look includes rimless styles using titanium and "thin'n'lite" lenses.
She added that the collection of rimless shapes and softly graduated coloured lenses was designed with environmentally friendly materials.
* Cartueho de Mauser 1894--the Brazilian Mo 1894 was chambered for the 7mm Mauser cartridge, which consisted of rimless, bottlenecked case 57mm long, loaded with a 173-grain round-nosed, FMJ bullet traveling at a velocity or 2290 fps.
The semi rimless or rimless metal glasses also have their own fans.