A muzzle may be:
- the snout of an animal
- Muzzle (device), a device that covers an animal's snout
- Muzzle (firearms), the mouth of a firearm
- Muzzle (song), a song on The Smashing Pumpkins album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
- "Muzzle #1", a single by The Whip
- Muzzle (band), a musical group based in Seattle
Other articles related to "muzzle":
... In Italy, any mechanism that produces a muzzle energy higher than 1 joule (0.74 ft·lbf) and lower than 7.5 joules (5.53 ft·lbf) is considered a "low-power air gun ... Any device developing a muzzle energy equal to, or higher than, 7.5 joules is considered a "high-power air gun", requiring Police licensing and registration for purchase and detention ... The muzzle energy of such devices is certified by a governance office called "Banco di Prova" ...
... Muzzle climb refers to the elevation of muzzle of automatic and rapid-fire semi-automatic firearms caused by combined recoil from multiple shots being fired in quick succession ... Muzzle climb has an adverse effect on accuracy, causing the target to be overshot, and for this reason number of methods are used to reduce or eliminate it, including reducing the recoil itself with ...
... A related manga, MUZZLE-LOADER 〜Wellber Stories〜 (MUZZLE-LOADER 〜ウエルベールの物語〜, MUZZLE-LOADER ~Werubēru no Monogatari~?), has begun serialization on February 28, 2007 in Monthly Comic Blade, one ...
... The muzzle "tapers easily to the nose", and the topline is level ... It is not too large compared to the muzzle, and it is moist, flat, and level on the front surface ...
Famous quotes containing the word muzzle:
“Many people come into company full of what they intend to say in it themselves, without the least regard to others; and thus charged up to the muzzle are resolved to let it off at any rate.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“As well have a talon as a finger, a muzzle as a mouth,
as well have a hollow as a heart.”
—Robert Earl Hayden (19131980)
“You shall not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 25:4.