Mauser

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Mauser 1934 Handgun Disassembly Diagram

Left side view with side cutaway to show arm uncocked but ready for firing by double action pull-through on trigger. When there is a cartridge in the firing chamber, it is not necessary to thumb or slide cock this weapon to fire it for the first shot. Slide detail showing extractor and spring and thumb safety spring. barrel against the abutment near the barrel chamber. This compression provides the motive power for forward motion of the breechblock-slide. The slide is machined in the rear...

Mauser M-96 Carbine

Swedish Mauser M96 Images

Sweden had been armed with the single shot, Remington, rolling-block rifle since 1867. It had been rebarreled in 1889 from 12.17mm rimfire cartridge to 8mm Danish Krag cartridge. However, Sweden was anxious to acquire a small bore repeating rifle. After testing the Mannlicher, Krag, etc., Sweden settled upon the Mauser rifle in caliber 6.5 x 55mm, officially designated M96 to commemorate the year of its adoption, although its origination at the German Mauser works at Oberndorf in collaboration...

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Mauser Wtp 35mm

In the course of its manufacturing history, Mauser produced two types of vest pocket- pistols. The first of these arms, known as the W.T.P. 1 Westentaschen Model 1 , was introduced to meet the demand in Germany for a native vest pocket pistol to fire the 6.35mm .25 Automatic Colt Pistol cartridge. It was designed to compare in size with the Colt Vest Pocket Automatic introduced in 1908 and its Belgian counterpart, the Baby Browning. This W.T. 1 Model was continued in manufacture until 1939. It...

Recoil Position With Breech Open

Isi Senjata Mauser

MODEL 06-08, MAUSER AUTOMATIC PISTOL, LEFT SIDE PHANTOM VIEW SHOWING STAGGERED MAGAZINE PARTLY LOADED AND A CARTRIDGE IN THE CHAMBER READY TO BE FIRED. Note that in this design, a powerful separate barrel return spring is necessary and is mounted with its guide directly below the chamber in the forward part of the receiver ahead of the magazine. This is a striker-fired weapon, the striker and its spring being mounted within the breechblock. The firing pih return spring is at the point of the...

Modern Western Weapons

Gau Helical Magazine

There was a period in the 1950s and 1960s when most nations felt that guns would no longer be required, and several fighters were designed to use only missiles. Most of these, such as the USAFs F-102A and F-106A, were intended for intercepting strategic bombers. Naval fighters such as the RNs Sea Vixen and the USNs F-4 Phantom II were also introduced without guns. The US realised its mistake in the Vietnam War and accordingly fitted the USAF s F-4E with an M61A1 cannon. This version achieved...

Mannlicher Schoenauer

Browning Acera Fullstock

Steyr Daimler Puch has developed a match version of their current high-powered boll-action rifle. The SSG has a heavy barrel, an adjustable trigger, a hooded front sight and micrometer-type rear sight. The length of the butt is adjustable and the stock, which may be had in walnut or plastic, is of much heavier design than the hunting rifles. Steyr notes that the barrel is made by the hammering process this process essentially consists of forming the rifling and outside contour of the barrel in...

Mauser-werke A.g. Oberndorf Cal. 7.65

Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndorf Pistol

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Fn Mauser Safety Left Side

Schmidt Rubin M1931 Calvery Carbine

Bears against first one and then the other when in opened or closed position, holding the operating rod ready for forward or rearward thrust. A dovetailed stud on the left side of the operating rod travels in the undercut groove on the bolt cap while the rib travels in a slot between the main receiver cylinder in which the bolt mechanism travels and the secondary receiver cylinder on the right in which the operating rod travels . The operating rod stud working in the helical groove in the...

Rapid Fi Uk

Cal Sniper Rifle

The belt, and the links are designed to fall free of each cartridge as it is chambered. Initially devised in Germany, this was quickly introduced into British service in 1916 the Air Service Mk I and was rapidly adopted elsewhere. Not all steel belts have been of the disintegrating type, and some e.g. for the German MG 131 and 151 were designed to be convertible between disintegrating and non-disintegrating depending on the installation requirements. Disintegrating-link belts can be extended by...

Rifle

1903 Mannlicher Schoenauer Manual

In 1900 the Austrian Arms Factory of Steyr, Austria, introduced a Mann-licher bolt-action rifle with spool-type rotary magazine perfected by Otto Schoenauer, director of that firm. In 1903 Greece adopted a military rifle of this pattern in cal. 6.5 mm. In that same year the Steyr firm offered a sporting carbine chambered for the same cartridge, designated 6.5x53 mm. Mann-licher-Schoenauer. This cartridge was also known as the 6.7x53 mm. M. S. as it was Austrian practice to denote caliber by...

Colt 38 Super 1929

Calibre 380

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Muzzle Brakes

Browning Bar With Muzzle Break

I did not fully appreciate the effectiveness of a muzzle brake until repeatedly firing .50-caliber rifles. The first time I fired a .50, I was tensed up for a real jaw-shaking, something worse than a .458 Winchester Magnum elephant gun. Instead of roaring like a lion, however, that .50 purred like a kitten. The recoil was not even as strong as a .300 Winchester Magnum. Part of the effect was attributable to the gun's weight more than 30 pounds though equally it resulted from an effective muzzle...

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Apache Helicopter Firing 30mm Gun

Protruding from the propeller hub of a Yak- 9K Courtesy Russian Aviation Research Trust NS gun under Ilyushin 11-2 wing, with fairing removed. This appears to version, as indicated by the muzzle brake. There was only one experimen tal installation of this gun in the I1-2 Courtesy Russian Aviation Research Trust Soviet bombers were generally defended by RCMGs at the start oi the war, with the notable exception of the four-engined Petlyakov Pe-8 which featured 20mm cannon in two turrets. The...

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German Mauser Rifles

With plastic stock. 3. With special winter trigger. Mechanically these are all practically the same as the Gew. 98. However, they have the wide gas flange, magazine follower bolt stop, an d improved sights, etc. developed in 1924. Persian Mauser Carbine. Caliber 7.92 mm German. Mechanically the same as the German. Belgium made these Mauser System rifles and carbines for general export. Barrel lengths, stock types, slings, sights and calibers could be dictated by the...

Chapter Belgium

Homemade Submachine Gun

Royaume Dc Belgique-Koninkrijk Belgie Belgium has been a center for the development of all types of firearms throughout most of the period of recorded gun history. Much of the early equipment used in Germany and England came from there. Belgian factories have provided arms from the poorest grades made during the 19th Century for South African, South American and Asiatic trade to some of the finest modern arms manufactured. GOVERNMENT PLANTS Manufacture De L'Etat at Liege. This plant no longer...

Mausernorris Right Side Sectional View Of Receiver With Action Closed

Mauser Norris Model Rifle

The rifle is cocked and loaded ready for firing by pressure on the trigger Note the shape and position of the powerful ejector whose rear end is cammed down as the bolt is pulled to the rear, thereby lifting the front point of the ejector sharply to knock the empty case out the top of the rifle. the drawings which form part and parcel of it. As regards the patents awarded in other countries, not requiring an identification of the inventor, we quote here abstracts from Austrian Patents 17864...

Mauser Wtp Manual

Mauser Wtp

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Ge-225 Light Machine

M16a1 Naming The Parts

Sectioned Rciufoss 12.7mm Multipurpose projectile The detonator l is mounted in rotor 2 which is in out-of-line-position. Thus the main charge 3 cannot be ignited in case of an accidental initiation of the detonator. The firing pin 4 resp. the hammer is held by a pressure spring 5 and a slotted sleeve which is secured by a coil tape 6 . This coil provides the arming safe distance of the fuze since it prevents the firing pin 4 from hitting the detonator 1 within a certain flight path of the...

M60 Mbt Twin Mount .50 Mg

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Revolver cannon

Gas operation is usually the motive force for revolver cannon. The first practical example of these was invented in Germany towards the end of the Second World War by Anton Politzer of Mauser, who were seeking to improve the rate of fire of aircraft cannon. The main limiting factor was the length of time it took for the fired case to be removed and a fresh cartridge inserted into the chamber. Politzer conceived the idea of achieving this movement in several stages rather than all at once,...

European J.cesar 6.35mm Magazines

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Inside The Pistol

Adjusting Rear Sight Tool For Walter

You are now the owner of one of the world's finest and most superbly engineered firearms. The Mauser M2 Semiautomatic Pistol has been designed and crafted to meet the unique requirements of concealed carry and self defense. Used with the proper ammunition and given reasonable maintenance, it will serve you dependably and well for many years. To make sure you get the best performance and reliability from your pistol, please read and follow the procedures outlined in this manual. You'll notice...

The Swedish Mauser

Disassemble And Assemble Mauser Ruger

Mauser rifle was one of the many developments of Paul Mauser, the German arms designer. It is made for the 6.5x55 mm. cartridge, and was produced in several models, the 1894 carbine and 1896 infantry rifle being most common. This rifle was produced in Sweden by the Carl Gustafs Government Rifle Factory and the Husqvarna Arms Co., Inc. Many of the earlier specimens were produced in Germany by the Mauser Arms Co. This rifle is a slight improvement over the Model 1893 Spanish...

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