The USA has a 25 cent coin which most people refer to as a "Quarter", ie. one quarter of a Dollar.
45 minutes past 12 ie 12:45
it is 15/60 of a minute ie a quarter.
If you mean quarter of an hour, ie one fourth, it's 15 minutes.
Two pints is one quarter of a gallon, ie 25%
Can a state pass a gun ban? Yes, but it would considered (by most people) unconstitutional. That's what the Heller lawsuit was about.
Half of 4 = 2 Quarter of 4 = 1 Eighth of four = 0.5 (ie a half)
fractions deal with amounts of less than 1, ie half , quarter , eighth.
Any real gun can shoot through walls. Depends on size of gun and what the wall is made of.
the answer is lost to history..ie no one knows for sure who made the first one
Quart gets its name because its a quarter of a gallon ie 2 pints.
The use of steel shot doesn't directly have anything to do with a "Belgium" made shotgun barrel. The only significance is that the gun/barrel was manufactured in in Belgium. The problem with steel shot can be a problem with any shotgun made before the steel shot came into use. The problem has to do with the choke. The use of lead shot shells didn't pose a problem because lead is soft compared to steel. The choke is a constriction at the end of the barrel that can change the shot pattern of the shot shell pellets. The inside diameter of a typical 12 gauge shotgun is about .726 +or- a few thousandths. The constriction of a full choke is about .030 thousandths tighter with a diameter of about .696 Steel shot doesn't compress the same a lead and as a result can damage an older gun not designed for steel shot. Most older guns can handle steel shot if they have a more open choke for example an Improved Cylinder choke. Another alternative is to use another non-lead alternative ie. bismuth. Even with new guns you shouldn't use Full Choke with steel. Modified Choke will generally produce relatively tight patterns with steel. If the gun has some collector value, don't take a chance. If you are determined to hunt with it and want to shoot steel shot, see a gun barrel specialist like Ballistic Specialties in Batesville Arkansas. They can do anything just about with a shotgun barrel.