John Breed, Diary and Training diary, item 101

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Ement of

Mechanism


 Diagram of the side view of the mechanism on the right side of the page, text to the left of the diagram: 

SIDE VIEW

= Breech Screw + stud (3 1/2 turns)

B = Firing Hole Bush in  Batse of serent 

C = Carrier Ring + Belt

D = Breech Mechanism

       Fuse & Catch

E = Firing Lever

F = Striker

G = Trigger Part I & II

H = Extractor & Bolt

J = Striker Guide Block

K = Safety Catch


Breeh  [sic]  Mechanism

The guns are fitted with "Single Motion

Breech Mechanism" the mechanism is so arranged that

by one pull on a lever the breech is unlocked and the

screw and carrier are swung into the loading position

After loading one thrust on the same lever inserts

the breech screw into the breech opening and turns

it into the locked position

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Ement of

Mechanism


 Diagram of the side view of the mechanism on the right side of the page, text to the left of the diagram: 

SIDE VIEW

= Breech Screw + stud (3 1/2 turns)

B = Firing Hole Bush in  Batse of serent 

C = Carrier Ring + Belt

D = Breech Mechanism

       Fuse & Catch

E = Firing Lever

F = Striker

G = Trigger Part I & II

H = Extractor & Bolt

J = Striker Guide Block

K = Safety Catch


Breeh  [sic]  Mechanism

The guns are fitted with "Single Motion

Breech Mechanism" the mechanism is so arranged that

by one pull on a lever the breech is unlocked and the

screw and carrier are swung into the loading position

After loading one thrust on the same lever inserts

the breech screw into the breech opening and turns

it into the locked position


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  • April 5, 2017 01:22:20 Cheryl Ellsworth

    Ement of

    Mechanism


     Diagram of the side view of the mechanism on the right side of the page, text to the left of the diagram: 

    SIDE VIEW

    = Breech Screw + stud (3 1/2 turns)

    B = Firing Hole Bush in  Batse of serent 

    C = Carrier Ring + Belt

    D = Breech Mechanism

           Fuse & Catch

    E = Firing Lever

    F = Striker

    G = Trigger Part I & II

    H = Extractor & Bolt

    J = Striker Guide Block

    K = Safety Catch


    Breeh  [sic]  Mechanism

    The guns are fitted with "Single Motion

    Breech Mechanism" the mechanism is so arranged that

    by one pull on a lever the breech is unlocked and the

    screw and carrier are swung into the loading position

    After loading one thrust on the same lever inserts

    the breech screw into the breech opening and turns

    it into the locked position

  • March 28, 2017 02:39:36 Cheryl Ellsworth

    Ement of

    Mechanism


     Diagram of the side view of the mechanism on the right side of the page, text to the left of the diagram: 

    SIDE VIEW

    = Breech Screw + stud (3 1/2 turns)

    B = Firing Hole Bush in  Batse of serent 

    C = Carrier Ring + Belt

    D = Breech Mechanism

           Twist & Catch

    E = Firing Lever

    F = Striker

    G = Trigger Part I & II

    H = Extractor & Bolt

    J = Striker Guide Block

    K = Safety Catch


    Breeh [sic] Mechanism

    The guns are fitted with "Single Motion

    Breech Mechanism" the mechanism is so arranged that

    by one pull on a lever the breech is unlocked and the

    screw and carrier are swung into the loading position

    After loading one thrust on the same lever inserts

    the breech screw into the breech opening and turns

    it into the locked position


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    ID
    17035 / 198340
    Source
    http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
    Contributor
    Mrs Jean Hanby
    License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


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