unfired

unfired

(ʌnˈfaɪəd)
adj
1. (Ceramics) not exposed to, or set on, fire: unfired pots.
2. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (of a gun) not discharged
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I had two unfired cartridges in the chambers of my gun.
Q: I'm writing you because I purchased an unfired 1978 Colt Single Action Army NF, serial number 018XXNF.
Separators shall be fabricated steel, rated for 150 psig working pressure, stamped and registered in accordance with ASME Section VIII, Division 1 for unfired pressure vessels.
As jurors heard, one of Edmunds' unfired rounds was found at the scene of that murder, which was among 107 crime scenes linked to the pensioner's trade.
Jurors heard one of the pensioner's unfired rounds was found at the scene of Kenichi's murder, one of 107 crime scenes linked to the ex-photographer.
Most blowback semiautos do have an extractor, its purpose is to remove unfired cartridges from the chamber for unloading.
On Wednesday, I walked into Buckhom Gun Shop and a spotted a virtually unfired Ruger Mark II .
When I got the rifle a number of years ago, it appeared to be unfired and the barrel was as perfect as any I have ever seen.
The shotgun cycles perfectly with unfired ammunition but will not extract a fired hull.
Bring the hammer back to halfcock, open the loading gate, and either insert cartridges into the chambers or eject fired cases or unfired rounds out of each chamber.
To obtain this power from an unfired expansion of the stored air requires the imaginative application of some conventional technology to raise the efficiency of the cold air expansion process substantially, and keep expansion temperatures above cryogenic levels.
There are not any creative requirements except the final clay object must be small and unfired.