Fig. 3-6 SIDE CROSS SECTION AND END VIEW OF BARREL SHANK
Fig. 3-8 SIDE CROSS SECTION OF THE ACTION OPEN
This shows the action of the extractor and the extractor lever in halting the opening motion of the action. It also shows the hammer cocked and on SAFE, a position the hammer will remain in when the action is closed. Also shown is an alternate firing pin design, as described later in the text.
The smaller right view shows an alternate method for the breech block plunger arrangement, plus the Mann-Neidner style firing pin. To the right of this is shown an end view of the extractor and extractor lever showing the machined groove for the plunger used in this alternate method. With this alternate extractor a straight 3/16" pin (AA) is used as a plunger with no spring backing. See text for details.
and with (he hammer in the fired position. The hammer fall is stopped by the receiver, not by the firing pin or breech block. This drawing also shows the details of the gas and blowout proof Mann-Neidner style firing pin.
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