Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of centerfire.

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Examples

  • The .416 BarrettThe .416 Barrett centerfire rifle cartridge is a proprietary bottlenecked centrefire rifle cartridge designed by Ronnie Barrett in 2005.

    Odds and Ends

  • The muzzeloaders down this way do seem to favour percussion caps and side ignition guns, but there are advantages to the Electra and the fan base is growing: Lock time is reduced, rifle format looks like a modern centrefire, reducing the odd looks from landowners (we have almost no public hunting land, if any) who are wary of people hunting with smokepoles without telescope sights.

    Electrifying Muzzleloaders: CVA's New Electronic Ignition System

  • If the not so politically correct tripwire version is wanted a small centrefire rifle case

    The Makeshift Arsenal, by Lowry Version 1.2

  • Next step up would be a centrefire such as .22 hornet, .222, .223, 22-250 and the list goes on and on.

    Army Rumour Service

  • In addition magazine capacities in the UK are restricted to a maximum of 5 rounds, for centrefire rifles.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Not only does he get the answer to the question wrong by merely repeating what section 5 is, he also claims that centrefire rifles have limited magazines in the UK!

    Army Rumour Service

  • Vinh, who took the gold medal in the men's centrefire pistol event at the Southeast Asian Shooting (SEASA) Championships in Malaysia two years ago, gained 645 points at the Ha Noi-based National Sport Training Centre 1.

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  • They are not the easiest on the shoulder & definitely not easy on the wallet but its exactly the rule as why you buy expensive centrefire hunting ammunition: when you are paying

    Libertarian Blog Place

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