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tr.v. case·hard·ened, case·hard·en·ing, case·hard·ens
1. To harden the surface or case of (iron or steel) by high-temperature shallow infusion of carbon followed by quenching.
2. To make callous or insensitive.
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The cams, which ride on casehardened axles and sealed bearings, are machined from 7075 aluminum alloy and anodized in one of three colors: black, orange or red.
Bobby also makes beautiful Damascus color casehardened knives with mastodon ivory scales, and tomahawks, if such things attract your attention.
Also, unlike other High Walls in the Uberti line, which feature casehardened receivers, the Big Game Rifle sports a blued receiver and a ribbed rubber buttpad to help anchor the rifle and absorb recoil.
However, I did go for presentation-grade wood, but the rest of the rifle was to simply include an ordinary color casehardened action with a blued barrel.
The extruders feature carbide-lined barrels and Colmonoy hard-faced screws, instead of the casehardened screws featured on competitive models.
I haven't tried this, but you can apparently have the casehardened parts annealed and then engrave the gun.
Patently, tectonic plates have moved in the intervening years, but here he was, still holding centre-stage, surrounded by his current six-piece band - all of whom had ample opportunity to shine - and filling the venerable auditorium with that powerful, casehardened instrument and intonation that few vocalists have been able to replicate.
guaranteed to make even the most casehardened fan roar with glee.
The receiver and furniture are color casehardened in bone-charcoal by Turnbull.
In 1966, when the hammers and triggers were casehardened, as these parts had proven to be insufficiently hardened, the pistol's bright polished finish was changed to a satin finish.
The barrel and cylinder are Colt's Royal Blue color, and the frame is casehardened.
The casehardened steel chuck features individual unlocking jaws that can be readily moved, changed or turned.