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In computing, a shell is a user interface for access to an operating system's services. In general, operating system shells use either a command-line interface (CLI) or graphical user interface (GUI), depending on a computer's role and particular operation. It is named a shell because it is a layer around the operating system kernel..
The design of a shell is guided by cognitive ergonomics and the goal is to achieve the best workflow possible for the intended tasks; the design can be constricted by the available computing power (for example, of the CPU) or the available amount of graphics memory. The design of a shell is also dictated by the employed computer periphery, such as computer keyboard, pointing device (a mouse with one button, or one with five buttons, or a 3D mouse) or touchscreen, which is the direct human–machine interface.
CLI shells allow some operations to be performed faster, especially when a proper GUI has not been or cannot be created; however, they require the user to be familiar with commands and their calling syntax, and to understand concepts about the shell-specific scripting language (for example bash script), which may prove difficult for those with little computer experience. CLIs are also easier to be operated via refreshable braille display and provide certain advantages to screen readers.
Graphical shells place a low burden on beginning computer users, and they are characterized as being simple and easy to use. With the widespread adoption of programs with GUIs, the use of graphical shells has gained greater adoption. Since graphical shells come with certain disadvantages, most GUI-enabled operating systems also provide additional CLI shells.
4500 rounds of used, mixed brand brass. Cleaned and ready to deprime. I do not know how many times they have been fired.
Price for all 4500 is $450
Price for a 500 round bag is $50
Shipping is extra at $10/500 rounds
1700 rounds of used, mixed brand brass. Cleaned and ready to deprime. I do not know how many times they have been fired.
Price for all 1700 is $250
Price for a 200 round bag is $30
Shipping is extra at $10/200 rounds
Very interesting. I have an identical set, except the bases are round. They were given to my Mother in the early 40,s. If I recall they were marked on the bottom of the case, LC 37.
(Just information. Mine are not for sale.)
For those of you who collect loads of brass of all types and calibers, these can help you sort them out faster. Just type in "shell sorter" on YouTube to see how these work. I just bought these and used it a few times. They work well but they're just not my thing and I don't see myself using...
Just wondering if any member here makes a leather shell carrier...
I am looking for one to carry 5 rounds on the stock of my 870.
Yes I know that there are plenty of makers online...but I was hoping to buy from a fellow member , just 'cause...:D
In excellent condition, just bought it a couple of months ago. I also have the original box, instructions, the cartridge catching bin with mounting hardware, and all original material. Shell plate #19 is for 9mm.
Pacific 366 shot shell reloading press. Has some surface rust. Cycles very smoothly. I have never used it and I don’t know much about it. It was in a lot of reloading equipment that I purchased. $350 OBO
Here you guys, I know that this is the next new handgun be.. I was thinking that I would neck this to shooting old phono graph needles. put I couldn't find any needles. Maybe you guy's can find the needles. Or just put it on your work bench. It measure's 3" caliber and a case length 13 3/4"...
I will be headed to Cabelas in tualatin on 12/8. Let me know if you need anything and we can meet up. Reloading Dies. $20 for each set. Shell holders $3 each. 264 includes 2 sets with one missing decapping rod and expander. Looking for a 9mm and 45/70 set of dies.
2 packs of...
Hello everyone. I have a question about some 5.56 cases I have been collecting lately. I pick it up at the local shooting area and I usually decap it then clean. Some of this brass is a very tight fit in my shell holder if it fits at all. I would guess I'm throwing away around 25%. I don't...
II have a used set of RCBS 270 Win dies with a shell holder that I am selling for $20 dollars not including shipping. I do not take PayPal as my account got hacked and I have not been able to straighten it up yet. I will take a personal check or Postal money order. Shipping is $7.
I have a Contractors canopy/Camper shell I would like to trade. I no longer have the truck it was on so it has to go.
Came off 1996 Ford F-250 long bed. Galvanized steel construction, has side doors that open. All three doors have new struts. Has lumber rack on top. Comes with clamps to...