Firearms Explained - Dismounting, Working, And History

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Semi Auto Pistol Diagram

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DWM pocket pistol

The D.W.M. pocket pistol was brought out by the Deutsche Waffen u. Munitionsfabrik of Berlin late in 1921 and was given the official nomenclature Pistole D.W.M. Modell 22, but the following year the name was changed to Pistole D.W.M. Modell 23, although the only apparent change was in the introduction of hard rubber grip pieces instead of plain wood pieces. Despite the official nomenclature the pistol is generally known, more simply, as the D.W.M. Pocket Pistol. Since the manufacture of...

How Deadly Is A Mab .25 Caliber Pistol

The M.A.B. automatic pistols, made by Manufacture d'Armes Automatiques of Bayonne, France, are patterned after the Browning models. They are well made and are quite popular in the U.S. Production began in 1921, and up to and including World War II pistols were made in 6.25, 7.65, and 9 mm. Short ACP calibers. Following the war a .22 caliber model was brought out and some larger-caliber models were also added. For a considerable period during World War II the plant was operated under the...

Identifying Sauer H38

Sauer pistol was the first to be brought out and is properly called the 1913 Modell as it was introduced in that year. It frequently is referred to as the Old Model. As a matter of fact, no model designation was assigned to it until early in the 1920's, when a smaller version of the same model appeared in 6.35 caliber Fig. 241 . The 1913 Mod. is characterised by its rather unique appearance. The barrel is housed in a rather large tube or cylinder, with a spiral recoil...

Radom VIS pistol

Previous to 1935 the Polish Army had been supplied with a variety of side arms, including the F.N. Browning, Colt, Luger, Mauser, and Steyr automatic pistols and the Nagant revolver. For obvious reasons this was not desirable, and the army officials decided to standardize on a single weapon. Manufacturers were invited to submit specimens for official testing in 1935. The firms Breda, Mauser, Skoda, and two Polish engineers by the names of Wilniewczyc and Skrzypinski entered the competition. As...

Revolver Trigger Mechanism

Revolver Pistol Trigger Assembly

The trigger assembly described here is composed of four parts plus pins and springs. While slightly unorthodox as compared to others in guns of this type, it is designed to function equally well in both open- and closed-bolt configurations. With only slight modification it will serve as a two-stage trigger for a full-automatic version whereby a short, light pull will fire single rounds, functioning as a semi- 1 automatic, and a longer pull against a heavier, stiffer spring will cause the gun to...

Beretta 9mm Drawings

9mm Pistol Parts With Name Photo

Before starting an inspection, andior performing any maintenance procedures, be sure to clear the weapon. Do not squeeze the trigger until the pistol has been cleared. Inspect the chamber to be sure it is empty, and check to see that there are no obstructions in the barrel. Do not keep live amunition near work maintenance area. GENERAL Inspect all assemblies for missing, broken, or loose parts. Inspect parts for cracks, dents, burrs, excessive wear, rust or corrosion. Make sure all items are...

Diagram Of The Beretta 92f

Beretta Pistol Diagram

Downward oressure must be maintained on the lanyard loop to overcome the main spring pressure. A 1 8 inch punch should be used to aline the lanyard loop spring pin hole with the hole in the receiver. This will allow proper atinement of the lanyard loop spring pin during installation. Ensure hammer is in the down or forward position. 9. Install the lanyard loop 9 into the main spring cavity 18 with the cutout forward. Rotate the receiver 1 and rest the lanyard loop 9 on a soft support. Compress...

Pistol Magazines

Small Pin Locking Mechanisms

Two models of this pistol were brought over by returning GI's the gray-finished pistol usually marked Model 27 and the blued prewar pistol marked B hmische Waffenfabrik on the top of the slide. The operating mechanism of this gun bears a close resemblance to the 1910 Mauser. While far from the best .32 cal. automatics, they are interesting and serviceable guns. The main drawback is the fact that when the last shot has been fired, the magazine holds the slide open, making it necessary to...

Walther Olympia

Walther Olympia

A Slide B Extractor C Extractor plunger D Extractor spring E Firing pin housing pins F Firing pin retaining pin G Rear sight H Rear sight adjusting screws I Rear sight base J Firing pin housing K Firing pin spring M Right-hand grip N Muzzle brake O Muzzle brake set screw P Front sight Q Front sight set screw R Weight-retaining screws S Barrel and receiver T Ejector II Trigger guard plunger JJ Plunger spring KK Trigger guard pin LL Safety catch MM Trigger guard NN Magazine catch OO Magazine...

Beretta Pistol Parts

Use care when removing recoil spring and spring guide. Because of the amount of compression, assembly will be released under spring tension and could cause possible injury to personnel, or become damaged or lost. 5. Slightly compress recoil spring and spring guide, while at the same time lifting and removing recoil spring and spring guide. Allow the recoil spring to expand slowly. 6. Separate recoil spring from spring guide. 7. Push in on locking block plunger while pushing barrel forward...

Mauser Pocket Pistol

Beretta Pistol Assembly

ITo field strip the gun, first remove the magazine and pull back the slide until it stays open. Depress the protruding portion of the takedown rod catch 9 and turn the takedown rod 6 until it is free of the lug on the distance from its tail. This tail fits into a T-slot in the slide. Use a small screwdriver to lift the projection on the front end of the extractor free of the slide before attempting to distance from its tail. This tail fits into a T-slot in the slide. Use a small screwdriver to...

Makarov Disconnector

Proper Hand Gun Position

Picture 3.18 insertion of the safety into the slide Picture 3.19 Insertion of the hammer into the frame Picture 3.20 Attachment of the hammer spring to the frame Picture 3.19 Insertion of the hammer into the frame Picture 3.21 Securing the hammer spring with the hammer Picture 3.20 Attachment of the hammer spring to the frame Picture 3.22 insertion of .c-slide lock and the sear into It is forbidden to cock and release the hammer with the trigger before the hammer has been firmly seated into the...

Field Stripping The Pistol

2000 Field Stripping Parts

Draw back the slide 17 to the rear stop position and lock it open , thumbing up the slide catch lever 16 . 3. Visually inspect the chamber to confirm the pistol is unloaded page 17 . 4. Rotate the slide take down lever 22 to a vertical 12 o'clock position. BEFORE PERFORMING ANY DISASSEMBLY, MAKE SURE YOU ARE WEARING EYE PROTECTION. 5. Pull the slide 17 slightly to release the slide catch lever 16 . Then allow the slide to slowly move forward until the spring...

How The Pistol Works

How The Pistol Work

A magazine holding any number of cartridges from I to 7 is inserted in the handle and pushed in until it locks. This locking is produced by the thumb catch lock snapping into a notch cut in the upper front end of the magazine. 2. As slide is drawn bac lt for the opening movement, it compresses a recoil spring, and forces the hammer back and down to full cock. Here it is held in position by the sear. As the slide goes back the disconnector is pressed bac lt . positively preventing the trigger...

92 Army Pistol Disassembly

When applying pressure to the center coil area of trigger spring, use care to prevent ejection of trigger spring as it could become lost or cause possible injury to personnel. 12. With needle nose pliers, grasp the trigger spring 1 in the center coil area with the straight leg of the spring forward and the bent leg facing to the rear. Lower the trigger spring into the trigger spring cutout, ensuring that the bent leg of the trigger spring is resting on top of the trigger bar post. With a...

Beretta 92 Extractor

Semi Automatic Nomenclature

Before performing any of the troubleshooting procedures, make sure the pistol is clear unloaded. Do not keep live ammunition near work maintenance area. In this table, evacuate to intermediate direct support also means evacuate to the next higher level of maintenance. 1. Ammunition does not 2. Cartridge does not 3. Failure to 4. Failure to 5. Failure to 6. Hammer does not cock with safety in the fire 7. Hammer does not decock with safety in the safe 8. Slide does not lock fully 9. Slide does...

Pistol Crossbow

Barnett Imp Crossbow

The IMP Pistol Crossbow features a two piece cast aluminum frame, plastic grips, fiberglass prod bow and fully adjustable rear sights. The aluminum trigger should be shimmed on both sides with nylon washers to eliminate wobble. The crossbow is 10V long and 5V1 tall. The prod measures 12 across when strung and in the uncocked position. The child size grips should be lengthened about 1 by taping or gluing a wood or plastic block to the bottom. There is no provision for a safety so bolts arrows...

Functioning

9mm Pistol Parts

There are four 4 distinct steps in the functioning of the H amp K Pistol P7M13. They are as follows. 4.1.1 First Step Weapon Loaded and Uncocked. When the H amp K Pistol P7M13 is loaded with a magazine and a round is seated in its chamber, the weapon is in the first step of its functioning. Its various parts are in the positions depicted in Figures 12 and 13. The pistol's slide is closed with the face touching the base of the cartridge seated in the weapon's chamber, but the pistol...

Ammunition Specifications For Glock Pistol

Glock Slide Assembly

GIOCK pistols are designed to be fired with NATO specification ammunition. Therefore the following guidelines and specifications are provided so that proper ammunition will be selected for use in GLOCK pistols to assure proper functioning. Any deviation from these specifications may lead to improper functioning and possibly void the warranty on GLOCK pistols. GLOCK pistols will function properly with the new generation of 9x19mm ammunition including all p and 147 grain sub-sonic ammunition...

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Nomenclature

Revolver Mechanism

50th ANNIVERSARY NEW MODEL BLACKHAWK 50th ANNIVERSARY NEW MODEL BLACKHAWK Parts referred to frequently are indicated by arrows. 11 The mechanism of the RUGER 50th ANNIVERSARY NEW MODEL BLACKHAWK provides maximum security against accidental discharge. As with any other firearm, however, the New Model must be used with strict attention to correct safety practices. In addition, the revolver should be inspected frequently to assure that it is working properly. The Ruger New Model revolver mechanism...

The Metallic Cartridge

Successful breech-loading systems were made possible only by the development of a cartridge carrying its own ignition and having an expanding case to serve as a breech seal. In its earliest form this successful cartridge was a pin fire. The primer was inside the metal case head, but was not struck directly by hammer or firing pin instead a metal pin jutted out from the side of the head of the case and the falling hammer hit this pin and drove it down into the primer to detonate the priming....

10.35 Caliber Revolver

Italian Castelli Revolvers

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Warning To Parts Purchasers

Pistol Parts Name

It is the purchaser's responsibility to be absolutely certain that any parts ordered from the factory are correctly fitted and installed. Firearms are complicated mechanisms and IMPROPER FITTING OF PARTS MAY RESULT IN A DANGEROUS MALFUNCTION, DAMAGE TO THE FIREARM, AND INJURY TO THE SHOOTER AND OTHER PERSONS. The purchaser and installer of parts must accept full responsibility for the correct adjustment and functioning of the pistol after such installation. Design, specifications and prices...

Parts Of A Semi-automatic Pistol

Pistol 9mm

Before starting an inspection, andior performing any maintenance procedures, be sure to clear the weapon. Do not squeeze the trigger until the pistol has been cleared, inspect the chamber to be sure it is empty, and check to see that there are no obstructions in the barrel. Do not keep live amunition near work maintenance area. GENERAL Inspect all assemblies for missing, broken, or loose parts. Inspect parts for cracks, dents, burrs, excessive wear, rust or corrosion. Make sure all items are...

Sear Lockup Chamber

Hold Upright Remove Safety Pin

The recoil spring Picture 2.7 acts to push the slide forward. It has a tapered end with which it is pushed onto the barrel. Thereby, when the pistol is disassembled, the spring is retained on the barrel securely. The trigger and striker assembly Picture 2. the hammer, the sear with spring, the trigger bar with disconnector, the trigger, the hammer spring, the hammer spring clip. Picture 2.8 Parts of the Trigger and Striker Mechanism Picture 2.8 Parts of the Trigger and Striker Mechanism 1 -...

Little Tom pistols

The Little Tom pistol was designed and apparently also produced by Alois Tomiska, a designer and manufacturer of firearms, in the town of Pilsen in Czechoslovakia. Reportedly this was in the period ca. 1908-1918. The pistol was made in 6.35 and 7.65 mm. calibers. The inscription on the left side of the slide of one 7.65 mm. pistol reads ALOIS TOMISKA - PLZEN - PATENT - LITTLE TOM -7.65 .32 Obviously these pistols were intended for sale in English-speaking countries, judging from the form of...

Smith Wesson SW

Dragon Victory Model Revolver

John Browning's design for the original Model 1911.45 ACP autoloader is more than a century old, but it remains one of the most popular pistols in the world. Now Smith amp Wesson offers the new .45 ACP Model SW1911 a true Model 1911 with all the traditional specifications and performance of the classic original, plus enhancements. Every modern feature you would expect on a fully-equipped current Model 1911 pistol is already built into the SW1911 from its pinned-in external extractor to the...

Rapid Fire

Usa Automatic Cannon Russia

The popularity of different calibres has varied depending on the tactical needs of the time. However, the first true automatic cannon emerged in the nineteenth century in 37mm calibre for legal reasons. In the middle of that century explosive projectiles were introduced in small arms. These were felt to be inhumane when used against soldiers, so an international convention was held which led to the St Petersburg Declaration of 1868, limiting their use to artillery projectiles weighing just...

Pistol Automatic Cal 6.35 Spain

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Browning Buck Mark Buck Mark Plus And Semiautomatic Pistols

Browning Buck Mark

Schematic is provided for parts identification only and should not be used as a guide to assemble the guns. IMPORTANT When ordering parts, list the part number, the part name, the caliber, the model and the serial number. Do not use key numbers when ordering. CAUTION Browning parts are made exclusively for Browning guns and are not recommended for use in other guns even though the models may be similar. Inadequately fitted parts may be dangerous. All repairs should be done only by qualified...

Ortgies pocket pistols

The Ortgies pistols are unique in design, although inevitably they have some features in common with other automatic pistols. The pistol was designed by Heinrich Ortgies, said to have been a German by birth but who was a resident of Liege, Belgium, until about the close of World War I. The first prototypes are thought to have been made in Belgium in 191516. The pistol has an outward appearance similar to the F.N. Browning Mod. 1910, but internally it is quite different Fig. 222 . To...

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Makarov Chamber Info

Hammer Spring For 9mm

I Original footnote Hereafter referred to as pistol. Note that the caliber refers to the 9mm Makarov caliber 9x18 Makarov and NOT the NATO 9mm, also called 9mm Parabellum, 9mm Luger, and 9x19. The latter caliber should never be fired from a Makarov pistol chambcred in the original 9mm Makarov. For more detailed information, see http mak aiov.com maklaq.himl II Original footnote Hereafter rei'err-ad to as cartridges. Caliber 9 mm' Number of barrel riflings 0 Note that the caliber refers to the...

Makarov Field Stripped

East German Makarov Markings

Makarov blowback-oper-ated automatic pistol is one of many new weapons adopted by Russia since World War II. The pistol is generally similar in appearance and basic design to the German Model PP Walther pistol. It is called PM Pistolet Makarov by the Russians in accordance with their current weapons designation system which includes abbreviations of weapons type and designer's name. 15. Receiver and barrel assembly The lock mechanism of this pistol is of double-action type, and the...

Inside The Pistol

Uncontrolled Decompression Video

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...

OWA pistol

This 6.35 mm. caliber pistol bears some resemblance to the Steyr but is not the same and was not made under any Pieper patent. The pistol is called the O.W.A. because of the presence of these letters in a monogram on the grips, the letters standing for Oesterreichische Werke-gws-Anstalt, a firm which apparently started up following World War I. It probably had some relation to O.W.G. and may have been manned by former employees of that firm. How long it was in operation is not known. The pistol...

Colt Automatic Pistol

Colt Automatic Calibre Disassembly

Text by LUDWIG OLSON Colt's of Hartford. Conn., is among the world's leading suppliers of .25 ACP pocket automatic pistols. Their first pistol of this type was developed by John M. Browning, the famous U.S. arms designer, and introduced in 1908. Approximately 500,000 of this excellent blowback-operated arm were produced. This pistol was discontinued in 1946. and Colt's did not re-enter the .25 ACP pocket pistol field until 1958 when they introduced the Junior...

Machine Pistol Bolt

Improvise Open Bolt

he Holmes MP83A1 firearm I described herein is the culmination I of several designs. The first of which I was created in 1976 and was the sub-ject of my first book. Home Workshop Guns for Defense and Resistance Vol. I, The Submachine Gun, hereinafter referred to as Vol. I. Vol. I has been sold in most countries of the free world and smuggled into several Third World and communist countries. After 17 years in publication, it still sells as well as it did when first introduced. In 1982 the Naval...

Sharp Shooter and Joloar pistols

The Sharp Shooter automatic pistols were of a simple blowback type which followed the design shown in Spanish Patent No. 68,027. The JO-LO-AR pistols are of the same design and bear the same patent number, with the addition of Spanish Patent No. 70,235. The former patent covers the design of the pistol, while the latter covers the addition of a cartridge case extractor, which was granted to Jose de L. Arnaiz on September 12, 1919. It is conjectured that the name JO-LO-AR was derived from the...

Czech commercial pistols

The Praga-Known as Praga Mod. 1921, this 6.35 mm. pistol is of the vestpocket type and was designed by Vaclav Holek for A. Nowotny who built the factory known as Zbrojovka Praga in 1918. Advertisements printed in 1922 state that the pistol was made in Vrsovice, a suburb of Prague. The pistols will be found to be marked ZBROJOVKA PRAGA PRAHA PATENT CAL. 6.35. Specimen No. 2599 the earliest seen by the author bears the date on the barrel 13-10-21, Specimen No. 3724 bears the date 18-10-21 and No....

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Prone Sniper Black And White Silhouette

Marksmanship training is to teach the grenadier how to fire the grenade launcher and to prepare him mentally and physically to employ it in combat. His previous rifle marksmanship training provides a sound basis for training with the grenade launcher. a. Marksmanship training with the grenade launcher develops skill in 1 Sighting, aiming, and sight manipulation. b. The skills learned from previous marksmanship training with other weapons are similar to those skills required for firing the...

Bernardelli Model Pistol

Indicator Assembly

Illustrations By DENNIS RIORDAN Text By LUDWIG OLSON Produced by the well-known firm of Vincenzo Bernardelli in Gardone V.T., Italy, the Bernardelli Model 60 semi-automatic pistol is designed for informal target shooting and self defense. This modern blowback-operated arm was introduced in 1959. It is made in .22 long rifle and .32 ACP calibers and was also formerly offered in cal. .380 ACP. The Model 60 is handsome and of simple construction. It has a V i barrel attached rigidly to a...

Enforcer and COHORT

Safari Arms Enforcer For Sale

Remove magazine and check to make sure pistol is unloaded. Move the slide back until disassembly notch is positioned over retaining tab on slide stop. The slide stop can now be removed by pulling straight out. Remove slide unit by moving it forward and off the frame. Remove the recoil system by pulling it back out of the recoil spring tunnel. Flip the barrel link to the rear to make it easier . DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISAS SEMBLE THE RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY. The barrel can now be removed by flipping...

Pistol Photo Gallery

Silenced Handgun

The grip acts as the receiver for all of the pistols component parts. It must be modified by cutting three holes into the grip front wall to the measurements The grip consists of a 5-1 8 length of 2'' x 1'' tubing. The wall thickness of the tube should be 2.5mm. The holes are drilled to the following diameters A cut with hacksaw , B 5 16'', C W. The upper most recess, 'A', is cut through one wall of the tube only. Holes 'B' and 'C' are drilled through both tube walls. Remove any burs from...

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Dismantled Pistol

The stud, screwed 4 the extractor 21 the firing pin 18 and its spring 19 the firing pin fixing plate 22 the sear lever pin 23 . THE SLIDE WITHOUT ADJUSTABLE REAR SIGHT the slide ring .i , sel in and riveted bv the front THE SLIDE WITH ADJUSTABLE REAR SIGHT lisis at its hack pari a slot for he sight leaf. In this case, the sight notch 7 and the front sight 6 arc replaced by the following parts a rear sight, of one piece with the slide a removable front sight f gt a a sight leaf 8 a slide ring...

This Armorers Manual Is To Be Supplemented By Technical Bulletins

Glock 9mm Silber

Information and Specifications contained within this manual may change without notification. This manual provides basic service and backup information for certified GLOCK armorers, and is not intended for use by other people. Certification can only be granted by GLOCK after attending a GLOCK armorer's school. GLOCK cannot be held responsible for any misinterpretation of the instructions in this manual that can lead to improper functioning of the pistol. For additional information and service...

Buckhunter Pistol

Ardesa Buckhunter Cal

Designed with the blackpowder hunter and target shooter in mind, these Buckhunter In-Line Pistols come in your choice of traditional blued finish with walnut stocks or the weather-shrugging satin-finish Chrome-Nickel with All-Weather finish hardwood stock in .45 and .50 caliber percussion. A 14 _ fluted satin-finish Chrome-Nickel barrel model with a recoil reducing muzzle brake is available. All models feature thumb safety removable stainless steel breech plug for easy cleaning simple one...

Ames Sword Co Ame Mfg Co Ames Arms CoSee N P Ames

Ames Forge Situated half a mile above Falls Village Station, Housa-tonic Railroad, west side of Housatonic River and owned by Ames Iron Co. Horatio Ames , P'. O. Salisbury, Litchfield County, Conn. Known also as Salisbury Furnace. Active 1832 and until after the Civil War. Cannon Foundry. See Horatio Ames. Pg. 150, Iron Manufactures Guide. J. P. Lesley, New Ames, David Son of John, elder brother of Oliver. Born 1761. Worked as a gunsmith in his father's shop and commissioned superintendent of...