safety button

safety button

[′sāf·tē ‚bət·ən]
(nucleonics)
A device worn by workers exposed to nuclear radiation to warn of excessive exposure.
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It features a safety button, front handle locking knob, and blade cover and a blade position lock.
The safety button inside of the slide is held up to block the firing pin from moving forward until the trigger is in its full rearward position.
This slide bar engages the safety button (places the safety in the ON position) each time you open the gun via the top lever to load it.
Truth be told, I was less than happy with the recently-mandated crossbolt safety button on the replacement, but it really wasn't a deal-breaker.
Of course, the CXS's safety button is also the barrel selector--to the right to fire the under barrel first, to the left to fire the upper barrel first.
The triggerguard, safety button and especially the bolt-release button are generously sized, with the latter being exactly the diameter of a penny.
The extra-large trigger guard is made for a gloved hand, and a trigger-blocking safety button is logically located at the rear right side of the trigger guard.
He wasn't too worried because there was a safety button inside.
Chris, from Totnes, Devon, said there is a safety button on the inner door of the freezer but it had frozen solid.
Certified to ensure that passengers remain safe in case of any rollover accidents, the Oyster school bus variant is roll-over compliant, with accessories such as a child check alarm safety button, camera around the bus to cover the blind spots, RFID sensor and retractable foot step.
Note the magazine release button in front of the safety button. Some World War II GIs had problems with inadvertently dropping their magazines when attempting to operate the safety.
Further variants provide a safety button on the handle tube with emergency stop button on the handle end support.