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THE LOWDOWN: This single-stroke break-barrel comes in both .17 and .22.
There is no compression spring in a single-stroke gun.
But it is NEVER a single-stroke, which generally and correctly called a single-stroke pneumatic.
THE LOWDOWN: Brand-new from Walther, this is a spring-powered single-stroke model, and the one I shot was the first to make it to the United States.
A single-stroke is a completely different powerplant than a spring gun.
Xerox PARC apparently patented any data-entry method that uses single-stroke characters.
Boing Boing: October 7, 2001 - October 13, 2001 Archives 2001
Devices telephone receiver or microphone or throat microphone hand set loudspeaker or monohead, general stereohead, general record head, mechanical replay head, mechanical magnetic head, general recording head playback head magnetic head for recording and playback erasing head bell, general alternating current bell direct current bell single-stroke bell buzzer horn siren howler
1. Selected Graphical Symbols of Electrotechnology Klaus Janoske 1991
The wardroom echoes, "But ..." like a single-stroke engine having trouble getting started.
Passage at Arms Cook, Glen 1985
With the ball in the bore, both men again manned the rammer to force the shot home and delivered a final single-stroke ram.
Artillery Through the Ages A Short Illustrated History of Cannon, Emphasizing Types Used in America Albert Manucy
The language ranges from tart, funny observations and brilliant single-stroke descriptions to terribly fey, arch and embarrassing phrases.
chained_bear commented on the word single-stroke
See buzz roll.
March 11, 2008