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gas tube

An obsolete type of X-ray tube.
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So you can buy a 6.5mm Grendel or .450 Bushmaster barrel, bolt, gas block, and gas tube and have a new gun.
The four micro-ESR methods tested used the following pipettes: 1) micro-hematocrit tube with a 75mm length, 1.1-1.2mm bore, and 70[micro]L maximum volume, 2) S/P capillary blood gas tube with a 130mm length, 1.5mm bore, and 160[micro]L maximum volume, 3) Natelson blood collecting tubes with a 150mm length, 1.5mm bore, and 250[tL maximum volume, and 4) Caraway micro blood collecting tube with a 75mm length, 2.4-2.7mm bore, and 370[micro]L total volume.
Space-Ray, Charlotte, N.C., offers 19 models in the LTS Series of industrial and commercial infrared gas tube heaters for radiant heating applications.
It mirrors the 1896 Mauser Broomhandle and is marked on the breech end of the barrel "Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndoff A/N." Inside the barrel is a gas tube against which the "rounds" seal upon chambering.
R) Gas tube and upper hand guard assembly release lever
Space-Ray's new series of compact, industrial-strength Cold Blocker Infrared Gas Tube Heaters, until now only available for industrial applications, offers contractors the ability to heat areas previously left unheated or warmed at a high cost.
"Nothing could have saved him once he took those first sucks out of the gas tube.
Extensive application and technical information on the use of gas tubes as over-voltage protectors and indicators is contained in Lumex's Gas Tube catalog.
As gases are required in the chamber, they are introduced through a unique gas tube shower system and controlled by the revolutionary COY Oxygen Controller.
I was in one drawer four times and couldn't find a particular gas tube, even though it was staring me in the face.
Most gas systems have a port, a gas tube and a piston.
This year's winner, Daniel Sargent, a civilian avionics technician at Lakenheath, who comes from Pennsylvania, spent 20 hours making his pistol- shaped peashooter out of a lump of mahogany and a length of old gas tube. He added a laser sight so he could target the bull's-eye more accurately.