screw-in


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screw-in

adj
fitting in by being twisted
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If you don't want to sink a permanent concrete pier, you can buy screw-in ground anchoring products instead.
The Muzzy 100-grain, 1 3/16-inch-wide, three-blade screw-in is the company's most popular.
If there is a manager in the game who can light a fire under the striker's screw-ins and get them smoking hot again then it is Rodgers.
5 ounces Length of Pull 143/4'' Chokes 5 flush mounted screw-ins (C, IC, M, IM, F) Barrel Length 26'', 28'' Stock Finish Hand-rubbed oil Trigger Single-selective MSRP $4,075
of the At Merkland, going from the pavilion to pitchside is a precarious few steps down eight stairs in your screw-ins before a one-minute uphill walk dodging the dog poo before you get near the goals.
Incredibly, Felix Magath's side took to a watered pitch wearing moulded studs as opposed to screw-ins and found themselves skidding around when the hosts came after them.
There are 13 of them but they're not screw-ins as that would add extra weight and upwards pressure.
Moravcik may have only a few more months to go before he hangs up his screw-ins for good but he is consumed by the notion of walking out of Celtic Park for the last time with a league winners' medal in his pocket.
He said: "The manager told me to change my boots at half-time as I was wearing moulded studs and he wanted me to put on my screw-ins.