automatic firearm

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Noun1.automatic firearm - a firearm that reloads itself and keeps firing until the trigger is releasedautomatic firearm - a firearm that reloads itself and keeps firing until the trigger is released
autoloader, self-loader - a firearm that reloads itself
automatic pistol, automatic - a pistol that will keep firing until the ammunition is gone or the trigger is released
machine gun - a rapidly firing automatic gun (often mounted)
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On several occasions I've had some gun show commando look at me conspiratorially and talk about "filing down the sear" of his AR/AK/Napoleonic flintlock to unleash a "torrent of full-auto fire
Caption: Machined from billet 7075 aluminum, the Sportsman 300 and 338 are not full-auto-rated, but when was the last time you hunted with a full-auto firearm anyway?
The device is ideal to use for bolt-action, semi-auto and full-auto rifles.
45 that shine during our range review and in our Class III Classics, we look at a full-auto AK that you probably have never seen--or fired.
When the gun starts firing in bump fire mode it will shoot in rapid succession just like a full-auto gun.
Smaller than many optical-loss test sets, the OFL 200 combines the automation of full-auto mode for operators not familiar with OTDRs with the ease-of-use of a manual mode for experienced users.
There are others, however, who believe that the full-auto pistol has a place in breaking a mass attack or an ambush, one reason they have always been popular with those in VIP protection.
a leader in digital imaging, will preview the non-contact, TX-20P Full-Auto Tonometer1 prototype at this year's Vision Expo East at the Jacob K.
Original full-auto Skorpions are relatively rare in the U.
These pistols are also known by the German moniker Schnellfeuer (fast fire) due to their full-auto capability.
An RJF Auto Electric Gun, modeled after the AK-47, shoots full-auto with a 200-round capacity.