driving edge, fired bullet


driving edge, fired bullet
   The driving edge of a fired bullet with a right twist is the left edge of the groove impression, or the right edge of the land impression. The driving edge of a fired bullet with left twist is the right edge of the groove impression, or the left edge of the land impression.

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