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Definition of sabot

What is the definition of "sabot"?
  • ‖Sa•botnoun
  • 1. A wooden shoe worn in some European countries.
    2. A sandal or shoe having a band of leather or other material across the instep.
    3. A lightweight carrier in which a projectile of a smaller caliber is centered so as to permit firing the projectile within a larger-caliber weapon. The carrier fills the bore of the weapon from which the projectile is fired; it is normally discarded a short distance from the muzzle.

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  • "The green sabot is thicker and makes up the .06 left over by using the small diameter bullet."

    "Hornady .429 Diameter 265 grain soft point with a T/C Magnum sabot is flat out awesome!"

    "From the word sabot, comes the verb saboter: "to bungle," literally, "to walk noisily": with it, the reminder to no longer stomp, but to tiptoe past the Gallic culture that still whispers out from every French nook and cranny, to travel forward--light on my feet--so as not to "sabotage" this French experience."

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