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All existing structures within 984ft (300m) of the end of the runway which fail to meet the frangibility requirement, (such as existing non-frangible ILS localizer antenna arrays), need to be replaced by a frangible structure, or relocated outside this distance.
The FAA has also released a document proposing the adoption of a new AD that is applicable to certain Airbus Model A319, A320 and A321 series aircraft that would require modification of the forward and aft evacuation slide systems by replacing the Velcro restraints for the support logs with frangible link restraints.
In 2004 I moved my business from Texas to Oregon and when doing so started using green lead-free frangible ammunition on the ranges.
At the same time, some of the earlier military contracts for lead-free frangible ammunition created product opportunities in the civilian market.
Armed law enforcement officers in an airplane do not use frangible amino.
The cabinets are height adjustable and use frangible cast aluminium legs.
Barnes is now making a frangible bullet for varminters and the military, as well as the new MRX bullet with a tungsten core.
Winchester Ammunition will produce .40 S & W service, training, reduced-lead training and frangible ammunition for the FBI for one base year, with four one-year renewal options.
When moving up from .22 to .25 caliber, there are several quality frangible loads that are not available in .22, including MagSafe and Glaser Safety Slug.
Consequently, manufacturers have had to incorporate the new frangible standard into their designs.
Lots of research was done and the result was what the Army designated as "Ball, Frangible, Caliber, .30 T-44." The bullet was a mottled gray color and was identified by green and white bands.