trigger action

trigger action

[′trig·ər ‚ak·shən]
(electronics)
Use of a weak input pulse to initiate main current flow suddenly in a circuit or device.
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In a joint statement, the four ministers said that "a cyber attack could, in certain circumstances, constitute an armed attack under Article V of the US-Japan Security Treaty." Article V declares that an assault on Japanese territory would trigger action by the United States, which guarantees its ally's safety under the pact imposed after World War II, when Japan was stripped of its right to maintain a military.
troops based in Japan would trigger action by the U.S.
These surfaces may be polished which will make the action smoother but the trigger action itself may not be lighter.
A third type of trigger action is the style made popular by GLOCK.
When his luggage was searched, the authorities found an air gun barrel, an air gun trigger action, three guns mounted scope and three air gun buttstocks.
While we do not have a pre-set level of target auction average rates to trigger action, we would like to see more migration to TDF before we consider adjustments in the RRR,' Tetangco said.
United Kingdom leaders are in no hurry to trigger action on Article 50 or begin formal negotiations to separate from the European Union.
Non-payment of fine and non-compliance to other directives within 15 days would trigger action against above mentioned licensees.
"PPQ M2 models boast a smooth grip and trigger action making it one of the best pistols on the market," a rep for RSR Group said.
The Department for Education said yesterday: "It is clearly right if the wearing of the veil is interfering with education that should trigger action from Ofsted."
The trigger action is not a slide-reset type, so you can give a hard primer another whack.
The trigger action housing and integrated scope mount are attached to the rear of the tactical rail.