How do you assemble a Winchester?
Usually, by reversing the steps taken to disassemble it. For a more detailed answer, write a more detailed question, starting with the make and model.
Depends on the calibre of the rifle: Cartridge: 25-20 Winchester, 32-20 Winchester =.525 Magazine Tube Cartridge: 25-35 Winchester, 30-30 Winchester, 32 Winchester Special, 32-40 Winchester, 38-40 Winchester, 38-55 Winchester, 44-40 Winchester, .44 Remington magnum, .45 long colt =.645 Magazine Tube
People assemble all the time: churches, fund-raisers, political rallies, parades. In fact, a few years ago, a court in Boston held that the right to assemble includes the right to deny others to assemble with you, where the others were gays and the assembly was a St Patrick's Day parade on public streets. There are also many statutes that protect the right to assemble peaceably, preventing intruders from disrupting the assembly.
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No, assemble is not a noun or a compound word. The word assemble is a verb meaning to put together or to gather in one place for a single purpose: assemble, assembles, assembling, assembled. A compound noun is a word up of two or more words that form a noun with a meaning of its own, for example: football, bathtub, popcorn.
In ballet, the term allegro is used to refer to movements that are brisk, or fast such as an assemble' (if you don't already know assemble' means to assemble)If you are wondering how to do an assemble': go into 3rd position, tondue' to the side, and jump up and land either in 3rd or 5th position. I HOPE THIS HELPS