carbine


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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.
By the torchlight Dantes saw the glittering sabres and carbines of four gendarmes.
Just as much as the rusty old carbine I have compared him to.
Caught a man stealin' carbines, sir," said the corporal.
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.
Their weapons were bows and arrows, and a few short carbines, and most of them had round shields.
The M1 Carbine was NOT invented by David Marshall "Carbine" Williams while he was in prison.
As a result the recoil impulse of the carbine is unusual.
Chambered in 9mm Parabellum, the M-68 is an overbuilt, direct-blowback carbine built almost exclusively from plastic and steel.
The carbine version of the AR needed a shorter upper receiver extension tube, and therefore a shorter buffer, and, of course, shorter spring.
Law enforcement carbines take a lot of abuse, and may need to be deployed at a moment's notice.
The purpose and intent of this specification is to describe a Colt CRX-16LE-F DMR Carbine