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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chamber.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a chamber or chambers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Divided into compartments by walls or partitions.
- Specifically, in botany, applied to compound ovaries in which the placentas project inward but do not meet in the axis, as in the poppy.
- Provided with a chamber for gunpowder: said of cannon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having compartmental chambers
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I am currently shopping for another and usaully have a special hot 220 grain chambered in the gun I was carrying in these circumstnces.
My son enjoys this .222 as one of his favorites, and we've discussed the next (last) step for this rifle, a 22-inch medium-heavy contour fluted barrel, again chambered for the .222 Rem., and I expect it'll get another generation's use before my son is done with it.
My favorite gun I have now is my 1894 Marlin chambered in 44 magnum.
I just use an 1894 Marlin chambered in 44Magnum and only shoot deer out to 150 yards.
If you don't have access to private land then you have to join a club where shooting without the bench with multi rounds chambered is sometimes allowed.
I was thinking that it was possibly because I "chambered" them to fit my gun but that is still a weak theory.
Acoustically, I think the conversion would sound similar to the JG with the JG maybe louder because it is (believe it or not) "chambered" ... my wife did admit that the tone of the JG had so much more complexity and clarity in comparison to the r7 when I made her compare them before ...
These delicately "chambered" shells were once the homes of creatures which lived in the sunless depths of the ocean, for though it is totally dark at the bottom of the deep, deep sea, life is now known to exist at all depths below the surface of the ocean; on the ocean-floor starfishes and their relations abound, and some of those brought from a great depth are very beautiful indeed -- telling to those who have eyes to see, the same tale as the little fern buried in the coal -- that it is the glory of every created thing to show forth something of its Creator, even in hidden places where no human eye can trace its loveliness.
I heard the ominous sound of a round being chambered into the barrel of the gun.
Savage with the accutrigger chambered in anything from. 25-06 to. 30-06, or if you have a few extra coins, a Ruger Hawkeye in the same calibers.
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