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Definition of "chambering" [cham•ber•ing]

  • Present participle of chamber. (verb)
  • The chamber of a gun or other firearm. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "chambering" in a sentence
  • "Not in chambering and wantonness; not in any of those lusts of the flesh, those works of darkness, which are forbidden in the seventh commandment."
  • "Currently, the only commercially-available rifle in this chambering is the single-shot Barrett Model 99. [edit] PerformanceThe use of a lighter, narrower bullet results in a significantly higher muzzle velocity and superior ballistic performance to the .50 BMG, and is claimed to be even more powerful than the .50 BMG at 1,000 yards (though its power deteriorates below the BMG's after that). ["
  • "I'm not sure what caliber I want next ... so I'm gonna list what I have and take opinions on what should be my next chambering."