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IGNITION BARREL TIME
See Barrel Time.
The elapsed time from moment of firing-pin contact on the primer to the point on the X (time) axis equal to the point where the pressure time curve indicates propellant burning has initiated.
A firearm is said to be “In Battery” when the breeching mechanism is in the proper position for firing.
A firearm design incorporating it’s firing mechanism substantially in line with the longitudinal axis of the barrel. Ignition gases are typically induced concentric to the bore with this design.
1. A device intended to function during recoil to set the fire control mechanism to fire a second barrel.
2. A device intended to function during recoil to prevent doubling on some double barrel shotguns.
INERTIA BULLET PULLER
See Bullet Puller, Inertia.
See Firing-Pin, Inertia.
INTEGRAL BASE WAD
See Shotshell, One Piece.
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