Rifle and Shotgun Parts
Acts as a storage device for cartridges or shot shells. The magazine can be either tubular (tube that runs underneath the barrel) or a detachable box-type (shown above).
The end of the barrel, opposite to the muzzle.
The part inside the barrel where the ammunition is loaded and ready to be fired.
When pulled, the trigger releases the firing pin that hits the primer on the cartridge.
11. Trigger Guard
Helps protect the trigger from being accidentally pulled.
The part of the stock that is held by the shooting hand when the hunter is positioned to fire.
This is the top most side of the stock. In some cases, the comb might be raised from the stock, and is known as a cheekpiece.
The end of the stock that is braced against the shooter's shoulder when taking a shot. The butt can be made of wood, plastic, or various other materials designed to reduce the amount of recoil felt by the shooter.