a.1.(Mil.) Having a firing pin to explode the cartridge; as, a pin-fire rifle.
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The surrendered firearms included two SKS military-style semi-automatic rifles, a 150-year-old Belgian Lefaucheux 9mm pin-fire revolver plus a tin of original rounds, which had been used to guard the mail coach between Richmond and Hobart, and two guns that had been reported stolen since 1995: a .
Baganalstown-based vet Michael Keane carried out the delicate pin-fire operation on Danoli's leg at Tom's stables at Aughabeg, Co Carlow.
The stem cells recognise what they should be and regrow the tendon, rather than when you blister, bar-fire or pin-fire, which produces scar tissue that fills the hole but with non-elastic material.