Definition of Bolthead. Meaning of Bolthead. Synonyms of Bolthead

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Definition of Bolthead

Bolthead
Bolthead Bolt"head`, n. 1. (Chem.) A long, straight-necked, glass vessel for chemical distillations; -- called also a matrass or receiver. 2. The head of a bolt.

Meaning of Bolthead from wikipedia

- of the boltcarrier to the bolthead became 3:1, so the rear boltcarrier was forced to move three times faster than the bolthead. The rearward forces on the...
- design has a separate bolthead which rotates with the bolt and the bearing lugs, in contrast to the Mauser system where the bolthead is a non-removable part...
- III* converted to .45 ACP by modifying the receiver, altering the bolt/bolthead, replacing the barrel with a modified Thompson submachine gun barrel (6...
- of the bolt carrier to the bolthead became 3:1, so the rear bolt carrier was forced to move 3 times faster than the bolthead. The rearward forces on the...
- the only difference being the .22 calibre barrel, empty magazine case, bolthead and extractor which have been modified to fire .22 calibre rimfire cartridges...
- accurate than the Enfield pattern of rifling. In this context, barrels and boltheads could be replaced as frequently as the owner wished, or could afford....
- achieved by a series of concentric "claws" that protrude/retract from the bolthead, a design that is referred to as Radialbundverschluss ("radial connection")...
- some identity of shape is the reason for the application of the word; bolthead is also used as a name for the vessel. Another connection is suggested...
- Mother crossing the bridge on her visits to the college. The ever-present boltheads are more visible in the post-1905 bridge which may have given rise to...
- another was the pinching-down action of the bolts. This was reduced as boltheads and nuts were unfaced – some nuts had burrs up to 0.05 inches (1.3 mm)...
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