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slide-action

adj
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (of a shoulder firearm) ejecting the empty case and reloading by means of a sliding lever
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22 Long Rifle and chambered the round in its Model 61 slide-action rifle.
THOUGH HE WAS LONG GONE by the time his namesake company released its first modern slide-action shotgun, John Moses Browning had a hand in the development of the modern Browning BPS.
Browning suggested a slide action was more appropriate for a shotgun--and of course he already had slide-action designs.
Among its keynote innovations was the Model 520, America's first slide-action hammerless shotgun.
The slide-action shotgun was the standard heavy artillery for patrol cars back then, and across the nation, police academy firearms instructors counseled if your department issued the Remington 870 (or whatever make and model), the lawman inclined toward the shooting sports would be wise to use an appropriately outfitted shotgun of the same make and model for hunting, or trap or skeet.
That's because in 1948, when a Winchester Model 61 slide-action repeating .
357 Magnum revolver, and a 12-gauge, slide-action shotgun.
Tube magazines, typically under the barrel of lever guns but also used with early slide-action centerfires such as the Remington 14 and 141, are common in pump and autoloading shotguns.
Some of his designs for Remington included a slide-action shotgun, .
Tamper-evident closures for beverage bottles can be made at higher production rates and on smaller injection machines using new Compact Slide-Action Mold (CSAM) technology developed by Unique Mold Makers, part of StackTeck Systems Inc.
If you like autoloaders and slide-action guns, the .
22 rimfire slide-action, solid-breech, hammerless, takedown, side-ejection rifle.