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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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280 E2 it was based upon a rimless, bottlenecked case 43mm long loaded with FMJ spitzer bullets ranging in weight from 130 to 140 grains, which achieved muzzle velocities in the area of 2530 fps.
7x58 rimless, meant for the Type 99 rifle (and Type 99 Light Machine Gun), was used by both the Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy.
However, some of the improved and wildcat chambers will require special attention, particularly the rimless versions.
Rimless bottoms work particularly well and angular square frames also help reduce the round look
The driver of the car was a white man in his late 30s, wearing rimless spectacles, with stubble and dark hair.
In the short time needed for the anesthesia to work, I took my impression for the temporary using Flexitime Monophase impression material (Heraeus Kulzer) in a rimless quadrant tray.
England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson will blink wide-eyed through his rimless specs when he walks out at St James' Park on Wednesday night.
You'll find it easy, says Judith Silverstein of San Ysidro, New Mexico, to unload a 55-gallon drum--of any closed barrel of water, gas or kerosene--from your truck, even by yourself, if you'll place a stack of old, rimless tires on the ground below the tailgate.
Rimless and with a fixed tint, the scratch-resistant lenses provide 100 per cent UVA and UVB protection and they all check out at pounds 7.
This year rimless sunglasses in men's, ladies' and junior styles have become increasingly popular, according to Alexander Wu, director of operations at the Today's Optical division of Sun Ban Fashions Inc.
The hot design style for sun glasses and readingglasses is rimless, say industry experts.