standard-issue

standard-issue

adj
(Military) included as standard with military equipment
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POLICE body cameras will become standard-issue kit just like handcuffs and batons in North Wales.
It had double-set triggers, aiding accuracy, and could fire up to ten shots per minute, more than three times the rate of fire offered by the standard-issue Springfield .58 rifled musket.
Developed at Indra's center of excellence in Len, the simulators reproduce real scenarios and situations that soldiers face in their operations, providing them with the opportunity to practice in a virtual environment using their standard-issue weapon fitted with a laser sight and blowback system.
A few Enfields were chambered in 8x50R (similar to this 8mm Mauser round) because citizens were prohibited from using the standard-issue .303 cartridge.
Worth watching for its emotional testimonies from family and friends, the pic is defanged by its surface-level approach and standard-issue filmmaking, making for an earnest yet incomplete portrait that should gather some buzz on VOD and the Spike network after a brief theatrical run.
The evaluation reflected an average of three 10-shot groups fired with the gun mounted in a Ransom Rest, shooting standard-issue 230-grain Federal Hydra-Shoks.
The SureFire X300 Ultra has been adopted as part of the New Jersey state police department's standard-issue weapon light.
TA enthusiast and Army Cadet Lee Porter died from swine flu and news of his death was accompanied by the now standard-issue statement about how he had "existing health problems".
The 101st uses the external sensor attached to the back of the standard-issue Advanced Combat Helmet.
There were variants of this gun, but the standard-issue piece was finished bright with a straw trigger and hammer.
After all, people work in standard-issue offices every day, and very few of them take up automatic weapons against their colleagues.

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