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Caught a man stealin' carbines, sir," said the corporal.
And he levelled his carbine at Dantes, who felt the muzzle against his temple.
All the time that he had been speaking, the dubious-looking men with carbines and dirty slouch hats had been gathering silently in such preponderating numbers that even Muscari was compelled to recognize his sally with the sword as hopeless.
To make the wait endurable, he sat down, his carbine resting on his knees.
And all this he saw in such brief time, that he saw it as he lifted his carbine to his shoulder.
From the Woods, on a roan horse, carbine across pommel, rode the young man with the quick black eyes.
He put the carbine away in its boot, mounted, and waited impatiently, balancing the shirt of apples on the pommel.
Just as much as the rusty old carbine I have compared him to.
I came into the salon just as my quartermaster was pointing his carbine at the countess, his brutal way of asking for what she certainly could not give the ugly scoundrel.
In his recent article ("Pistol Caliber Carbines," Nov/Dec 2017), he referred to the .
Pistol-caliber carbines have always been popular but have seen increased interest in the past few years.
The request was sent out and all sample carbines were to be delivered for testing no later than February 1, 1941 but delays due to changing dimensions of the ammunition caused the date to be set back to May 1, 1941.
If you've ever read any of my previous articles, or seen any of the videos I've produced, you know that I have an obsession with pistol-caliber carbines.
52-caliber percussion carbines and rifles it had to the new government metallic .
I've decided for myself there's really no such thing as a "standard" spring for rifles or carbines.