A term applied to primers that contain no chemical compounds that could produce corrosion or rust in gun barrels, but does not necessarily protect from corrosion or rust.
A primer which does not contain chemical compounds that could produce corrosion or rust in gun barrels. It does not by itself prevent corrosion or rust.
Smokeless powder which resists water absorption.
A primer which does not contain compounds of mercury.
A single trigger on double-barrel guns which fires the barrels in a fixed sequence.
The point or tip of a bullet.
An Open rear sight having either a “V,” “U” or square shaped cut on its upper edge.
The common term for the nitric acid ester of glycerine, i.e., glyceryl nitrate. It is incorporated with nitrocellulose smokeless powder formulations to make double base propellant powders. See Double Base Powder.
A typical charge weight of a specific powder for a specific combination of components.
NATIONAL MATCH BULLET
A bullet manufactured specifically for ammunition issued to competitors at the National Matches.