SA requires the hammer to be manually cocked for every shot. DA does not.
Semi-auto requires the hammer to be cocked for the first shot.
Recoil operated uses recoil from firing to cycle the action. Gas operated uses gas from firing to cycle the action.
A single action gun must be manually cocked before each shot (pull the hammer back, then pull the trigger). A double action may be fired by just pulling the trigger.
the difference between the 2 is that the red bull shot has double the quanity of taurine and gurana in a little shot bottle and the can have the safe limit but with a bigger quanity
Chilled lead shot has less antimony than "magnum lead shot" and therefore is softer than Magnum lead shot. Though I have never noticed a difference between the two, some say the chilled shot doesn't break clay birds as well at the range.
Yes, you can have a allergic reaction to any shot. All the shot is is a little bit of the virus:)
A scene can contain multiple shots. A shot is one isolated take.
tb testing is to determine if you have been exposed to the tb virus. The shot would be the vaccination for it.
the falling action is when motorcycle boy gets shot the falling action is when motorcycle boy gets shot
If anyone has an answer I'd like to know too. I inherited a New Haven .410 bolt action model 283B. I don't know the difference between the 283TB and the 283B so please share that information if you know it. Thanks! The difference between a 283TB and a 283B is that the 283TB is a .410 and a 30.6 too.