Mann-neidner Breechblock



This drawing shows side and front views of the breech block. The side view (left) shows the right side of the breech block and the small hole near the top is the vent hole (marked G.V.) drilled into the retractor spring area of the firing pin hole. A hole of 5/32" is adequate for this. The front view shows the bushing, with spanner wrench holes, for the preferred Mann-Neidner style firing pin.


This drawing shows a front view of the front end of the trigger guard housing inside the skirts of the breech block with the pivotal bar in place. The pivotal bar is the link between the housing and the breech block, and the groove it slides in must be wider than the bar in order to fully open the action. See text for further details.

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