One of the secret weapons in Medal of Honor: Airborne is the C96 Mauser hidden in the control room on Operation Varsity. Another is the BAR which can be found by the ammo drop in Operation Market Garden.
Of course it has blood, it's a war game. The blood however is not gratuitous.
waht is the function of soldering lead
soldering is meade by the chemical element called lead
Lead melts easily
In batteries and soldering.
lead burning or lap joint soldering
solder tin, lead,
Lead "burning, Soldering with the use of lap joints
Lead-based solder uses 250 °C to 280 °C or 300 °C while lead-free soldering needs a higher temperature, about 350 °C to 400 °C.
Since question is not clear two answers can be given on the assumption that the question is about dry soldering. Thoroughly clean the part to be soldered, apply flux re-solder the connection. The second answer is normally lead will not be kept on a soldering point. the technician doing soldering has to use lead and flux separately. ================================ There are still solders that contain lead. The European Union prohibited excessive amounts of lead in consumer products (WEEE and RoHS), so there are lead-free solders. But there are industries in which the lead-free solders are not acceptable.
Lead sticks very well to copper. A lead+tin solder was used for soldering components to copper PCB traces for decades.
Soldering irons are usually used with rosin core solder. Sometimes it has lead in it but often not since its toxic. Most of the time its for heavy soldering like heavy gauge wires or older circuit boards since the tips are fairly big. They also have a decent temperature control so anything that is delicate like large SMD soldering.