Muzzle sight

(Gun.) See Dispart, n., 2.

See also: Muzzle

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Double--32 gauge [526 caliber]--4-grooved--DEEP grooves, of breadth equal to that of LANDS, to take four-fifths of a turn in the barrel--barrels the best that can be made, twenty four (24) inches long, weight of pair of barrel alone about six pounds, NOT LESS: the ends of the lands to be rounded off at the muzzle--patent breech--no side vents--first sight EXACTLY PARALLEL to the bore--the muzzle sight being raised if necessary for this purpose ....