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frangible

(fran′jĭ-bl) [Fr. fr L. frangere, to break]
Easily broken; fragile.
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We've tested a lot of frangible ammunition before and it was never this close.
However, it is also confronted with a series of uncertainties including frangible external demand, increase in textile raw materials like cotton, protectionism in international trade and RMB appreciation pressure mounting on.
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The RNP PolyCase Sport Utility Frangible 65-grain bulleted load clocked out at 1,622 fps while shooting to point of aim at 20 yards.
These are often lightweight target rounds or ultra-high-velocity frangible bullets.
An increasing number of POC device manufacturers are recognizing the value of easily incorporating burst and frangible seal reagent blister reservoirs into lateral flow and lab-on-a-chip/card formats, providing significant cost savings as an alternative to the conventional eyedropper and bottled reagent systems with an added reassurance of test reliability.
Frangible seal technology offers an elegant and cost-effective solution for dispensing unit-of-use reagents for POC medical diagnostic devices.
I WAS RELAXING AFTER A LONG DAY OF departmental range training that had culminated in officers shooting steel plates using frangible ammunition when I got the text from the range master.
In addition, it has manufactured the FAA L891 & L892 LIR Frangible Fibreglass masts since 1979 and the FAM Frangible Aluminium Masts, originally designed in Sweden and brought to the USA for FAA Approval in 1973.
Commended: Certified Diamond Blister Pack comprising a frangible hologram made by Holography Industry JSC (Belarus) for the Smolensk Gemological Centre.
A few years ago, several companies began making solid-copper bullets, while others started producing frangible bullets made of compressed copper powder or powdered iron.
For door breaching, the load of choice for many SWAT teams is a frangible slug.