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Many of the gangsters at this time were ex-convicts who had learned improvised gunsmithing while in prison. Trigger pin with spacers on both sides The breech block is contained inside the rear sleeve. A spring operated firing pin will now engage the sear, ready to ignite the cartridge.
Then rotate the latch lever clockwise to lock the barrel connecting lug to the receiver body.
The receiver rear cover also acts as a butt plate, containing two steel plugs, which are brazed or welded in place. In urban areas of the Philippines, better equipped improvised gunsmiths also operate.
Base for ignition spring Another purpose exists for these books as well. Hammer spring guide The safety lever is retained by a plate on the right side of the trigger housing and in turn secured by the barrel pivot screw nut.
It might be necessary to file or sand the trigger and hammer plates to eliminate the tightness when inserted into the trigger housing during handfitting. This screw will also prevent the bolt from flying out of the receiver if the recoil spring guide nut accidentally disconnects from the bolt.
If welding equipment is available, braze the grip base, breech block, and trigger guard in place on one frame side. This system is very dangerous, and demands that the cylinder be positioned so that the firing pin points between the chambers of the cylinder when not in use. It is a solid round steel piece that is tightly pressed inside the sleeve and secured in place by a sturdy pin riveted or brazed to the sleeve.
Once the selector is set in detent in the horizontal position, the tripping of the selector is out of engagement with the connector lever.
Cocking handle knob Breech block retaining post pin Brazing and riveting tirearms used extensively in improvising the receivers and magazines of these weapons, with great success. Side plate 2 pcs. The system is manually operated. There are two ways to fire the weapon: Firing pin spring Firears lever pin For related photo, see page 51 Improvised Modified Firearms Vol. External configurations are well copied, as are barrel and receiver markings.
Hex screw – securing bottom portion of grip and knife Village gunsmiths who do not have access to welding equipment simply rivet the breech resign plate in place inside the formed receiver.
Rear screw securing trigger guard This eliminates the use of washers to conform with the space inside the housing.
Cocking handle bolt Front sight – brazed to receiver Rear sight brazed on top of receiver 3. Firing pin retaining pin 5.
Early hammer release might also cause a feeding malfunction. The bolt is pinned solidly to this block, while the bolt extension or carrier rotates freely when the bolt handle is tilted to load and extract empties. The barrel knuckle can now be opened for loading.