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  • n. The tendency of a bullet fired down an excessively large barrel to wobble in flight and leave a keyhole-shaped puncture in the target.


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keyhole +‎ -ing


  • The group seemed a bit tighter but still very inconsistant and keyholing same as before.

    Blackwater-I've been working on the 22-250 issue and have posted on your original question.

  • Wouldn't stay on a 16 square board at 50 'keyholing badly (lucky to get a few on it) - Sent it back to the factory.

    The Worst Guns of All Time

  • That lasted for a while, and then we started keyholing again.

    Four-Day Planet

  • He's taken more strikes than the other two on some decent pitches, so he's most likely keyholing inside pitches until he's got two strikes.


  • Laws that affect us in a negative manner based on age, race, political affiliations and religion are progressively limiting or keyholing us and in my opinion is the most aggravating aspect of the restrictions we now face in this country.

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  • The back is just screwed on so it isn't that difficult to remove and since it's under an external cover I can imagine people keyholing it to get easy access to the card.


  • "Who knowing, someone betraying, awful humbug Vavalana maybe spy keyholing, hearing somethings.

    Flashman's Lady


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