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Mm Automatic Guns with T and M Numbers

Machinegun Cartridges Band

Gun, Automatic, 20- nm TL The Hispano-Suiza type 404 was tested in the United States beginning in 1938 and was officially designated the 20-mm T1. Gun, Automatic, 20-mm T9. Standard Hispano M2 gun with modified chamber. Gun, Automatic, 20-mm T10. Standard Hispano M2 gun with a different modification to the chamber. Gun, Automatic, 20-mm T12. Standard Hispano M2 guns with another chamber design. Gun, Automatic, 20-mm T14. Standard Hispano M2 gun except chamber and origin of rifling 1-mm short....

Harrington And Richardson 32 Caliber

Harrington And Richardson Shotgun Parts

H amp R Hanimerless Harrington and Richardson Worcester, Mass. No. 69014 No. 721 .32 cal. H amp R Premier Harrington and Richardson Worcester, Mass. No. 124509 No. 721 .32 cal. H amp R Premier Harrington and Richardson Worcester, Mass. No. 124509 No. 722 .32 cal. H amp R Hammer Mod. Harrington and Richardson Worcester, Mass. No. 341682 ran . U.VJ.'1 .'j.i'i'mi'i.i'. jn't.i' .ni.i j-m-i'i j .32 cal. H amp R Automatic Ejecting Harrington and Richardson Worcester, Mass. No. 386711...

Weapon Super Rifle

Besides firing standard linked ammunition, several other important Weapon System Support and Readiness WSSR factors, were established as goals for 1 All parts designed to be interchangeable 2 The barrels to be automatically clcarcd of live rounds at the end of each burst 3 Variable rate of fire to permit the gun to be used in a wide variety of installations 4 Minimize and simplify scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions 5 Design the basic gun so that installation of accessory parts such...

Galesi pistols

These pistols are manufactured by the Industria Armi Galesi, located in Collebeato Brescia , Italy. The firm was founded in 1910 by Nicola Galesi, the father of Giuseppe Galesi who is the present proprietor. The first pistol was made in 1914 and production continued until 1923. In 1923 or soon thereafter production of the second model began. This model was based on Pat. No. 219,408 issued to Nicola Galesi on March 30, 1923. Just when production was started is not known, nor is it known how many...

General Electric

The five barrel Equalizer Gun was designed to fire the 25mm Bushmaster familv of ammunition to defeat hard ground targets in close-in-air-support by the U.S. Marines Harrier AV-8B vertical take-off aircraft. The Equalizer GAU-12 U Gun is of Gatling- Vulcan vintage and more closely resembles in detail design a more recent predecessor, the 30mm Avenger. The fundamental principle of operation is that of a rotary gun where five barrels form a rotating cluster and one barrel fires at a time in a...

World War 2 Weapons

Tangent w V notch graduated from 300-1000 M leaf turned over for battle sight. First of Italian rifles chambered for 7.35mm cartridge, bolt handle bent. Some have knife-type folding bayonet which can be carried folded on rifle or removed 7.35mm version of M1891 carbine, has permanently attached folding bayonet, bolt handle bent 7.35mm version of M1891 24 carbine, uses knife-type bayonet, bolt handle bent Basically the same as the Rifle M1891 except for length and rear sight Caliber Overall...

Rheinmetall

Test of German 30 mm aircraft cannon MK 108A3 and companion ammunition FMAR 462 FMAM-HET 996, FMAM-HE 997 and FMAM-HEI 998 1944. OR amp DC 4693 Description and results of tests. Tables and photos. 29th partial report on test of machine guns and machine gun accessories and first partial report on the test of the Solothurn 2 cm machine gun model S5-106. 28 Oct 1933. Ordnance Program no. 50821 Object of tests to check the functioning of the mechanism and to check the ballistic characteristics of...

Savage

1885 Maynard Breech Loader

The Savage Arms Corporation, of Utica, N. Y. was the development in 1917 of the Savage Arms Company which was organized in 1893 to manufacture a type of hammerless, solid breech, revolving box magazine rifle designed by Arthur Savage, Superintendent of the Utica Street Railway, to handle the .303 Savage cartridge. The cartridge was a smokeless powder one with a jacketed bullet in power it was greater than the popular .30-30, and approached that of the newr U. S. military cartridge. The Savage...

Weapons For Ai Fi Ii Tiiv

Weapon Heavy Machine Gun

2cm MG-FFfor flexible mounting note the barrel casing, handgrips and shoulder stock BuOnt. VSN 2cm MG-FFfor flexible mounting note the barrel casing, handgrips and shoulder stock BuOnt. VSN not suitable for driving a belt feed, but a complex electrically driven belt feed GZ 1-FF, or It is worth commenting on the Schr ge Musik installation. There were basically three reasons for Gurtzufiihrer 1-FF was developed. It was mainly fitting guns in such a way. First, the RAFs night used in some night...

Maintenance Of Barrel Assembly Gas Collar And Gas Regulator Cont

Front Sight Post Spanner Wrench M249

Screw in NEW Front Sight Post 18 clockwise CW using Spanner Wrench 17 until threads on Front Sight Post 18 are even with the number of threads exposed before removal. Rezeroing weapon will be required by using unit if any parts of front sight assembly are removed or repaired. If a gunner has a problem in zeroing his weapon in elevation, a front sight post adjustment may be required. Each 1 2 turn of the sight post is equal to 1 mil of elevation. Each mil of elevation moves the group on the...

Barrel

Rifling Bench

Axle Holes Too Large If the axle holes in either euide or the handle have excessive play or slop From wear or you made the hole a bit too large of diameter, use a brass shim to reduce the gap. The thickness of the shim will be dictated by overall gap. Brass bands can be epoxied, nailed or screwed onto the axles. Mortise Hole Too Large Epoxy thin wooden shims onto the mortise sides taking care not to cause the clamp or the motised hole to become off-center from the center line. Wood Splits If...

New England Firearms Huntsman Inline .50 Caliber Muzzleloader Parts

Guns Colt 1855

Y., took advantage of the paper cartridge to patent a machine gun. Sustained volley fire was obtained by a compact firing assembly that allowed the gunner to fire one shot, or the whole volley, by a quick turn of the handle. The weapon consists of a scries of barrels, grouped around a common axis, that are open at both ends for breech loading. The barrels remain stationary during firing. The breechblock made in the shape of a revolving cylinder is loaded with the...

Gasoperated guns

French Cannon Breech Mechanism

A few years after maxim introduced the short-recoil gun, John Browning invented a different principle of operation for his first machine gun. After observing that the propellant gases escaping from the muzzle still had considerable force, he devised a simple mechanism to trap some of the gas and use it to drive the loading cycle. In his first practical machine gun, the gas was tapped from the barrel before the projectile left the muzzle. A prototype was sold to Colt by 1890 and the gun was...

Parts Of Rifle Cal 5.56mm M16a1

Rifle barrel assembly is air-cooled, contains flash suppressor and front sight assembly, and holds the two hand guards and the sling swivel. Upper receiver cont ns rear sight, ejection port, ejection port cover, and a housing for the bolt carrier and bolt assembly. A forward assist assembly is used on the M16A1 weapon. LOWER RECEIVER AND EXTENSION ASSEMBLY. Lower receiver contains the trigger assembly, sear, hammer assembly, selector lever, rifle grip, bolt...

GSR Retention

GSR particles deposited on the hands as a result of firing are not stuck there by some 'magic' glue-like property. Neither are they imbedded in the skin. They are merely lying on the surface of the skin. They are, therefore, readily removed by everyday activities. If there is anything in their favour for being retained on the surface of the skin, it is their exceedingly small size. Being in the range of 0.1-5 1 1 X 10-6 meters , they readily become trapped in the microscopic folds of the skin...

Disassembly Of The M240 Machine

240 Schematics Machine Gun

Remove cap screws 1 and lock washers 2 from rails 3 and body 4 . Discard lock washers 2 . Remove rails 3 and insulators 5 . UNIT MAINTENANCE OF RECEIVER ASSEMBLY M240 M240C, NSN N A, PN 11826192 M240B, NSN N A, PN 12976834 M240D, NSN N A, PN 12977104 M240E1, NSN N A, PN 12597044 M240G, NSN N A, PN 12997566 M240N, NSN N A, PN 12976834 cont _ M240B M240G Using a hammer and punch, drive the bipod retaining pin 6 out of the receiver 7 . Remove front sling swivel 8...

Conservation of GSR Particles on the Hands

Gunshot Residue Retention The Hands

On arrest, every attempt should be made to preserve what residues may be on the hands and to prevent any contamination until the samples can be taken. The Figure 6.4 Gunshot residue retention on the hands. Figure 6.4 Gunshot residue retention on the hands. only way to do this is to cover each hand either with a paper bag or a large clean envelope. Being porous, the paper bags will reduce sweating and the likelihood for either contamination or the accidental or deliberate removal of GSR...

Section I Assembly and Disassembly

American 180 Magazine

The submachine gun will function correctly if it is kept clean and is properly oiled and maintained Thischapter explains disassembly, assembly, care and cleaning, stoppages and immediate action- It is a guide for mechanical training and outlines the procedures to be followed 2. NOMENCLATURE. Thenamesof the parts of the submachine gun figure 1 should be learned during instruction in disassembly and assembly by referring to the illustrations and parts list. Generally, the parts are...

Mk19 Bolt Fingers

Mk19 Machine Gun Bolt

If the rounds feed across the receiver's feed area, but are not pulled to the rear and down the face of the bolt during charging or recoil, check the components as noted in this symptom's malfunctions. Remove rough spots with abrasive cloth. Remove burrs with a stone. Abrasive cloth item 3, WP 0124 00 Lubricant as required WP 0057 00 WP 0059 00 WP 0068 00 WP 0070 00 Rounds will not extract eject. MALFUNCTION Firing pin will not retract defective firing pin, cocking lever, pin, or spring . With...

End Of Work Package

MK 19 MOD 3 40 MM MACHINE GUN NSN 1010-01-126-9063 UPGUNNED WEAPONS STATION MK 19 40 MM MACHINE GUN NSN 1010-01-362-6513 UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING - GUN WILL NOT SHOOT Tools and Special Tools Reference Tool kit, small arms repairman, WP 0039 00 SC-5180-95-CL-A07 Tool kit, small arms repairman, SC 4933-95-CL-A07 with addition of SL-3-00607A Marine Corps only Tool set, intermediate maintenance, SL-3-08669A Marine Corps only Tool set, organizational maintenance, SL-3-08668A Marine Corps only Perform...

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