non-automatic


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Adj.1.non-automatic - operated by hand
manual - requiring human effort; "a manual transmission"
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He said the government also directed the licence holders to convert their automatic weapons into non-automatic weapons, apply for new licences and deposit their automatic weapons along with Rs50,000 per automatic rifle and Rs20,000 per automatic pistol/handgun with the concerned authorities.
He said that the government also directed the arms license holders to convert their automatic weapons into non-automatic weapons, and apply for new licenses or deposit their automatic weapons along with Rs 50,000 per automatic rifle and Rs 20,000 per automatic pistol/handgun with the government.
He said the government also directed the arms license holders to convert their automatic weapons into non-automatic weapons, apply for new licenses and/or deposit their automatic weapons along with Rs50,000 per automatic rifle and Rs20,000 per automatic pistol/handgun with the authorities concerned.
And yet every time I pass I see people utterly befuddled, standing at the non-automatic doors and wondering why the dickens they won't spring open.
Prairie Ridge co-op holds the top at-large mark, with the top four non-automatic qualifiers also advancing.
It directed such license holders to convert their license into non-automatic, non-prohibited weapons category.
these weapons by non-automatic weapons from certified arms
The safety is non-automatic, so it does not switch to on when you open the gun after shooting.
That means the acceptance rate of non-automatic admittees to UT-Austin in 2015 was 20 percent, a number similar to the overall rate of Washington and Lee University in Virginia or the University of Notre Dame.
Sniper And VATS Builds To beef up a sniper build, pick the Rifleman perk for a 20 percent non-automatic rifle bonus.
In the proposal, the IRS warns that it would grant a non-automatic extension only in limited cases involving extraordinary circumstances or catastrophe.

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