John Breed, Diary and Training diary, item 104

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must be taken before commencing to screw in, to hold

the breech screw "Square" against the face of the carrier

with one of the threaded portions of the screw upper

most, the stamping on the screw being to the rear. Two

and one quarter turns of the breech screw are required

in screwing in, the retaining catch being pressed in

clear of the screw during this operation

When inserting the trigger, first correctly assemble the

spring with the projecting ends in the holes for their

reception in the Part I trigger and bush, then insert

the collar on the trigger with the recessed portion inner

most and twist the bush on the trigger until the projection

on it engages with the recess in the collar. Insert Part I

trigger with bush, collar, and spring into the left side

of the gun and engage with "Part II" trigger inserted

from the rear. Insert keep pin

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must be taken before commencing to screw in, to hold

the breech screw "Square" against the face of the carrier

with one of the threaded portions of the screw upper

most, the stamping on the screw being to the rear. Two

and one quarter turns of the breech screw are required

in screwing in, the retaining catch being pressed in

clear of the screw during this operation

When inserting the trigger, first correctly assemble the

spring with the projecting ends in the holes for their

reception in the Part I trigger and bush, then insert

the collar on the trigger with the recessed portion inner

most and twist the bush on the trigger until the projection

on it engages with the recess in the collar. Insert Part I

trigger with bush, collar, and spring into the left side

of the gun and engage with "Part II" trigger inserted

from the rear. Insert keep pin


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  • March 28, 2017 04:13:30 Cheryl Ellsworth

    must be taken before commencing to screw in, to hold

    the breech screw "Square" against the face of the carrier

    with one of the threaded portions of the screw upper

    most, the stamping on the screw being to the rear. Two

    and one quarter turns of the breech screw are required

    in screwing in, the retaining catch being pressed in

    clear of the screw during this operation

    When inserting the trigger, first correctly assemble the

    spring with the projecting ends in the holes for their

    reception in the Part I trigger and bush, then insert

    the collar on the trigger with the recessed portion inner

    most and twist the bush on the trigger until the projection

    on it engages with the recess in the collar. Insert Part I

    trigger with bush, collar, and spring into the left side

    of the gun and engage with "Part II" trigger inserted

    from the rear. Insert keep pin

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    ID
    17035 / 198343
    Source
    http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
    Contributor
    Mrs Jean Hanby
    License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


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