Phrase for when a gun is ready to be fired?
Originally, to discharge a gun, you lit the gunpowder, and set the powder on fire- or "fired" it.
The Internal Magazine is the compartment that holds the BB's ready to be fired. It usually comes out of the gun and you put the BB's into it then put it back into the gun.
When the gun is fired the shell casing is ejected by the blow-back gas and the next bullet is automatically loaded. All in one motion. The next bullet is now ready to fire.
hey hey are you ready are you ready to strut your stuff hey hey are you ready are you ready to get fired up clap clap get fired up clap clap get fired up clap clap
Atticus Finch fired a gun to kill a mad dog (a dog with rabies).
At the scene of the crime: Your fingerprints, your DNA, a hidden camera movie or photos of you, 15 eyewitnesses, a gun found on you later that fired a killing bullet. Get ready to go!
A round is loaded into a gun. The gun is then cocked and then fired.
Locked and cocked is a term usually associated with a firearm, although it is usually said "Cocked and Locked". This refers to arming the firearm, that is the gun has a bullet chambered and the hammer is cocked and the gun will fire if the trigger is pulled. Locked means the safety is engaged. Cocked, locked and ready to rock is a longer version of the phrase. It just means you are ready. You are… Read More
A gun recoils when fired due to the need to eject the casing and to recycle the pent up gas
When a gun is fired a bullet (or cartridge) with a small mass but a very high velocity is ejected. The recoil of the gun is a reaction to this force and is sufficient to push back the person who fired the weapon.
A machine gun uses energy from the fired cartridge to operate the mechanism to unload the fired catridge, and to load a fresh cartridge- which is fired, and repeats the cycle.
Yes, but only if the gun is not fired. If the gun you see on the big screen is fired, then it isn't an airsoft gun, it is a prop gun, or a cap firing gun.
Can gunpowder residue found on clothing be a result of something other than having fired or handled a recently fired gun?
no. if gunpowder residue is on your clothes than someone or you had to have fired or recently handeled the fired gun while in that clothing
This gun is a Rifle
Yes a gun can be fired under water. You can look it up on youtube the're plenty of videos showing it.
Having a magazine in a firearm can mean that the firearm is loaded, and ready for use (if a cartridge has been chambered). If it is not loaded, it takes longer to put it in a condition that it can be fired.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was another term for a six-gun or pistol. The image is of the smoke coming from the barrel once it's fired.
It sounds like an very short explosion. How loud the explosion is depends on the gun and cartridge that is being fired.
Races (such as horse races) were started by firing a gun- when it fired, the racers would start. But if you moved before the gun fired, you "jumped the gun" and were disqualified. It has come to mean acting prematurely.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was a phrase used for emphasis. It meant very, great, or immensely. "I was jo-fired pleased to see you here," said the cowboy.
The term is a reference to someone starting something before they should. Originally, it refers to runners ready to the start a foot race starting to run before the starter pistol is fired.
The bullet fired from a gun has greater horizontal acceleration. For vertical acceleration, they are both the same.
When a gun fires, the primer and burning gunpowder eject residue. That residue is chemically like very few things OTHER than gunshot residue (GSR) If your clothes test positive for GSR, it is a pretty safe bet you were very close to a gun that was fired. It may or may not tell whether YOU fired the gun.
the barrel is the part that the bullet travels through once the gun is fired. it is on the inside of the gun.
A tower that guns are fired from.
After it's been fired!
Excited about her imagination
If it hasn't been cleaned since it was fired, there should be some amount of fouling (gunpower residue) in the barrel and on other parts of the gun.
There are a few energy transformations when a gun is fired. Some of these include potential to kinetic energy, chemical to mechanical energy, and chemical to electromagnetic energy.
A blowback airsoft gun, is a co2 or gas powered airsoft gun where the slide on the top of the gun moves back when fired. Some people like these guns because they look cool when fired, however they use more co2 or gas.
depends on which 9mm and which gun. The 9mm Parabellum (9mm Luger) fired from an average pistol travels ABOUT 1200 feet per second.
No. It requires a turn of the handle for each shot to be fired.
DO NOT TRY THIS!!
They both get fired.
Of course. Why not ?
Because the starting gun was fired.
a gun bullet fired
When a bullet is fired from a rifled firearm, the rifling leaves marks on the bullet. Those marks are unique to that gun, and no other gun makes exactly the same marks. If a bullet (or fired cartridge casing) is recovered from a crime scene, and we suspect that YOUR gun was used to commit this crime, then a sample bullet is fired from your gun, and compared to the crime scene bullet. A comparison… Read More
It is "You're Fired"
Employment at will.
The Warren Commission determined that he had fired three shots.
For a single shot rifle fired once: slightly warm. For a machine gun after a long burst: very hot (can even get so hot as to glow!)
If you fired a gun in a spaceship it would act like a gun on Earth, regardless of gravity level. But it couldn't fire in open space since there is no oxygen for combustion and since it is two degrees above absolute zero and lubricants will freeze jamming the gun.
If NOT fired from the hand or shoulder, AND has a barrel 20mm or larger in diameter, it's a cannon. The M203 Grenade laucher is 40mm, but fired from the shoulder- not a cannon. The Bradley has a 25mm Chain Gun- over 19mm, not fired from shoulder- cannon.
Another phrase for "I was born ready" is "I'm always prepared". You could also say "I've never been caught unprepared" or "I've been ready".
There is a Reaction, called recall or kick. That should read "recoil."