A recommended safety practice utilizing approved safety glasses.
A bullet containing an explosive in the nose, intended to explode on impact.
A recommended safety practice utilizing approved earplugs or muffs.
The maximum distance at which a projectile can be expected to be useful.
The act of expelling a cartridge or fired case from a firearm.
An opening in a receiver or slide for the ejection of spent or live rounds. This feature may also be used for loading of ammunition. See Loading Port
A device which expels cartridges or fired cases from a firearm.
That component which actuates the extractor and/or ejector. Can be manual or automatic. Also called Extractor Rod.
An electro-mechanical device for throwing clay targets.
The vertical movement of a sight to compensate for vertical displacement of a bullet or bullets from the aiming point.