captive bolt

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  • While he is getting inside, he uses the captive bolt pistol to shoot out the lock.
  • Beyond the initial cost of purchasing a captive bolt, continued usage of the method is very inexpensive.
  • In the secretly taken video, a plant employee approaches a horse with a captive bolt pistol.
  • For quality reasons, mechanical means of stunning such as a captive bolt pistol are not recommended.
  • Typically, a penetrating captive bolt gun or gunshot is used to attempt to destroy the animal's higher brain tissue.
  • In the European Union, this captive bolt design is required for slaughter of animals that will be used for pharmaceutical manufacture.
  • Captive bolt stunners are safer to use in most red meat slaughter situations.
  • His signature weapon is a captive bolt pistol, which he uses both to kill his victims and to destroy cylinder locks on doors.
  • However, the report focuses on a technique seldomly used on sheep (the captive bolt).
  • Borgsen is about to kill Black with a captive bolt pistol, but is trampled to death by several escaped horses.
  • Such devices, such as the captive bolt pistol, can be either pneumatic, or powder-actuated.
  • Before the fatal incision is made, the animal may be rendered insensible to pain by various methods, including captive bolt, electricity or chemical.
  • He has already strangled a sheriff's deputy to escape custody and stolen a car by using a captive bolt pistol to kill the driver.
  • The film opens with a home video of the slaughter with a captive bolt pistol of a pig on a European farm.
  • The captive bolt pistols are of three types: penetrating, non-penetrating, and free bolt.
  • In civilian use, the captive bolt pistol is used in agriculture to humanely stun farm animals for slaughter.
  • An animal is first immobilized through captive bolt stunning.
  • Soon they are informed that the murderer kills the victims not only with a razor, but with a captive bolt gun deathblow.
  • The captive bolt is placed against the skull of the animal, and penetrates to cause tissue destruction in the brain, incapacitating the animal so that the procedure may take place.
  • Modern methods, such as the captive bolt pistol and electric tongs were required and the Act's wording specifically outlawed the poleaxe.
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