A cylindrical bullet having a sharp shouldered nose intended to cut target paper cleanly to facilitate easy and accurate scoring.
An early type of firearm mechanism where a wheel with serrated edges is wound against the tension of a strong spring and spins against a piece of iron pyrite causing a shower of sparks into the pan to ignite the charge.
Cartridges that have never been manufactured commercially or made available to the public.
The lateral drift of the bullet in flight caused by wind.
The angle between the longitudinal axis of a projectile and the line of the projectile's trajectory. Yaw is usually considered to exist before a bullet achieves full gyroscopic stability.
Sight adjustment so the bullet will strike the target at the point of aim.
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