barrel in(to)

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barrel in(to)

1. To enter someplace abruptly or aggressively, or force one's way into a place or thing. He just barreled into the meeting with no warning. Don't barrel in here talking loudly—this is a church!
2. To collide with someone or something. There's a dent in the garage door from when my son barreled into it with his bike. I rounded the corner and nearly barreled into Tara.
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barrel in (to some place)

Fig. to move into a place rapidly and with great force. Tony barreled into the room and interrupted the card game. He just barreled in without knocking.
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Drop the barrel into the slide and attempt to lock the barrel to the slide.
With Semi Fit barrels, the first step is to drop the new barrel into the slide and examine.
The first improvised method is to clamp the barrel into a heavy duty vise to hold it.
Before the common use of glass for wine bottles, wine was transported and stored in barrels, then dispensed though a spigot in the head, or end, of a barrel into a glass, bottle or pitcher.
Testing the original barrels found a few "walkers" that fired the first shot from a cold barrel into one place with subsequent shots forming a ragged "straight" line of impacts until the barrel warms up.
Converting a good quality, standard-weight barrel into a target or varmint barrel is likely to improve rifle accuracy and will save money in the process.