extractor


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Synonyms for extractor

an instrument for extracting tight-fitting components

Related Words

an apparatus that uses centrifugal force to separate particles from a suspension

a mechanism in a firearm that pulls an empty shell case out of the chamber and passes it to the ejector

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The hook extractor in the bolt face snaps over the rim as the cartridge is seated.
I would definitely encourage you to put a new extractor in your bolt.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global juice extractor market to grow at a CAGR of 4.
Check for extractor kits from CAGE 06MA8 dated prior to 2014.
Watch manager Peter Marnic said: "It appears that an aerosol can may have been used as a blow torch and this was then involved in fire along with part of an extractor fan.
The Extractor will be cost effectively priced, adding to its appeal.
They went to flambe some food, they set fire to the brandy and the brandy caught fire to the extractor fan above.
The final job of tuning your extractor for maximum efficiency is to set the depth of the extractor hook to somewhere between .
Some seem to have decided that increasing the spring pressure or tension against the extractor is the solution to all problems.
The holes that are machined in the bolt for the extractor, extractor spring and plunger remove quite a bit of material from the base of the right lug.
They're built with the drill bit and screw extractor as one piece.
Rug Doctor, Piano, TX, was awarded a bronze rating for its self-contained extractor.
Worldwide Computer Products News-22 September 2004-Verity announces the availability of Verity Extractor 1.
Since introducing its Target Data Extractor in 1994, Sensis has delivered over 75 TDXs for use by numerous government and military agencies around the world.