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  • adj. Not jacketed


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un- +‎ jacketed


  • Hadn't been able to dig up .45 ACP, so I had to scrounge up some ammo, which meant a kind gift from another shooter and a purchase from Tom, my NRA Training Counselor -- couldn't buy from the pro shop or borrow off Vince, as that would have meant unjacketed lead bullets, which I can't shoot in my Glock.

    my first IDPA shoot

  • There were two editions: 300 jacketed hardcover copies signed by both the author and the writer of the introduction, John Grant; and 500 unjacketed hardcover copies signed by the author.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • It comes in two editions: a signed, numbered and jacketed hardcover limited to 100 copies, and an unjacketed hardcover.

    Cast a Cold Eye (and other writing announcements)

  • There'll be two editions of Cast a Cold Eye that I know ofa signed and jacketed hardcover and an unsigned, unjacketed hardcover.

    "Cast a Cold Eye" available for pre-order!

  • What you've got here is an unjacketed chunk of soft lead that walloped its way through a few pounds of human innards.

    Corpse in the Abstract

  • Champion shooter, decorated cop, a demon of a driver, and pretty good criminalist, Sachs nonetheless possessed an unjacketed heart.

    A Lincoln Rhyme eBook Boxed Set

  • Even if Colonel Gorgas and Colonel Rains had to load them with ordinary black powder and unjacketed lead bullets, they'd keep the AK-47s in action a while longer.

    The Guns Of The South

  • A lead bullet unjacketed would strip and pass through without rotating.

    The Plattsburg Manual A Handbook for Military Training

  • The latter had laid down the violin, having, in the course of the argument, broken all its strings; and he stood now, unjacketed, and still in the chamber, where the two young men had been sleeping, almost in the attitude of one about to grapple with an antagonist.

    Charlemont; Or, the Pride of the Village. a Tale of Kentucky

  • This was because the bullets were unjacketed lead and when they hit a bone, they shattered it beyond repair.

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