Power stroke

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Power Stroke may refer to:

In motoring:


  • In baseball, a batter who hits for extra bases is said to have a power stroke
  • In biology, the term power stroke refers to the molecular interactions of muscle contraction
  • In firearm handling, the term power stroke refers to racking the slide after inserting a fresh magazine to chamber a round, instead of using the slide release to do the same.