gun barrel

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Noun1.Gun barrel - a tube through which a bullet travels when a gun is firedgun barrel - a tube through which a bullet travels when a gun is fired
gun - a weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel)
tube, tubing - conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
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It may be observed that at the very moment when, thanks to the ray of the sun, he perceived the gun barrel, he was thinking with astonishment on the forbearance of his Eminence with respect to him.
The entrance to Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House and, right, the ornate Georgian boardroom
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5 gun barrel and 26 detonators were also recovered, it said.
When she wasn't being fired from her 30ft gun barrel, Mary worked as a secretary.
Charlotte described the scene for the Times-News: "There was just enough room to stick out the gun barrel beside the air conditioner, but you couldn't aim it.
and throw the machine lever setting the gun barrel feeding into the
Present-day practice sometimes involves rotating a raw gun barrel around the bore axis, while the cutting tool is rotated in the opposite direction.
While Hairy Guy (with flower basket) carries a flower-filled wicker basket in his left hand, he looks ready to stuff the daffodils in his right into the end of any gun barrel that might be trained in his direction.
These three dogs were all 110 per cent genuine, no question - as straight as a gun barrel.
Consequently, the following articles cover items of interest within a number of topic areas; and James Garner, Mark Bundy, Albert Pomey, and Walter Roy lead this section with "Tank Gun Barrel Reshaping--Concept to Implementation" and provide lessons learned in a laboratory environment from discovering to implementing a new process.