Definition of Grease-gun
1. Noun. A hand-operated pump that resembles a revolver; forces grease into parts of a machine.
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1. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1920)
"POWERFUL GREASE GUN A powerful grease gun for filling universal joints and steering gears is illustrated. The barrel of the gun is a piece of G-in. pipe ..."
2. Automobile Repairshop Short-cuts: Over 1500 Time and Labor-saving Kinks by Motor World (1918)
"1272) HEAVY GREASE GUN By replacing the foot strap and base of an ordinary foot tire pump with a conical brass mouthpiece, a heavy grease gun is provided ..."
3. Automotive Repair: Instruction Manual of Repair Jobs by John Calvin Wright (1921)
"Insert nozzle of grease gun. 3. Fill housing with proper lubricant to required amount. 4. Whenever necessary remove old grease before filling. 5. ..."
4. The Horseless Age (1909)
"AIR-OPERATED GREASE GUN. In the same shop a grease gun operated by compressed air is used for filling the differential gear cases with grease. ..."
5. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1921)
"Mammoth Grease Gun for Garage Use 1 1. Courtesy of " Motor World" not work well. Mammoth Grease Gun. For the average shop which handles a good many cars a ..."
6. The American Cyclopedia of the Automobile: Or, Motor Cars and Motoring Self edited by Thomas Herbert Russell, Charles P. Root (1909)
"Grease Gun—A device for the injection of grease into bearings, etc.; ... Grease Pump—An injector for forcing grease into a bearing, etc.; a grease gun. ..."
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