Chicopee Mass is where it was manufactured. There are were actually several makes of shotguns made in that area in the early 1900's. Stevens and Savage are two of these. If the shotgun appears that it may be this old, you should have it inspected by a qualified gunsmith before trying to fire it. Never use smokeless shells in a Damascus barrel.
radius and ulna
There are two bones in the forearm, the radius and the ulna. The easiest way to remember which one is which is to extend your arm out palm facing vertically. When you look at your forearm your radius is the top bone and the Ulna is the lower bone.Or (as I did) remember it with this sentence: "The Ulna is Underneath."
It's on the barrel underneath the forearm piece and on the trigger guard as well.
The wrist is distal to the forearm. The forearm is proximal to the wrist.
your forearm is not a joint
The bones in your forearm are the radius and ulna. The ulna is the main forearm bone, and the radius is the supporting forearm bone.
The forearm is proximal to the wrist. The wrist is distal to the forearm.
-The boy had cuts and bruises on his forearm. -The war veteran lost his forearm in Vietnam. -I hurt my forearm playing sports.
The forearm is called just that.
the forearm s the best one the monthThe function of the forearm is to extend. Many animals such as the dog use the forearm to as a running tool.
Biceps Brachii is a powerful supinator of the forearm, the Supinator muscle also completes supination of the forearm particularly when the forearm is supinating in a slow and unopposed manor or if the forearm is extended.
Biceps Brachii flexes the forearm and the Triceps Brachii extends the forearm.
the forearm is located where the wrist and elbow is.
wider than normal forearm
Radius and ulna are the forearm bones..
what is the scientific name for forearm
The bones of the forearm are radius and ulna..
That is the correct spelling of "forearm" (lower arm).
The thinner , longer bone of the forearm.
Another name for the forearm is the lower arm. The forearm consists of two bones, the radius and the ulna.
The forearm is usually extended by the muscles. The biceps brachii flexes and supinates the forearm therefore leading to its extension.
The olecranon is known as the proximal end of the forearm. The proximal end of the forearm refers to the olecranon.
There are actually two forearm bones, the radius and the ulna. The radius is the one on the thumb side of your forearm, while the ulna is on the pinky side of the forearm.
The forearm doesn't fit into the scapula.