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Prcncd &pring ~tween the tri,s:cr '),'\WI holder and tri~~cr pilwl. \Z INE IS HELD LOCKED TO T il E GUN DGRING THE PEHIOD Of EJECT IO:"\ OF THE CARTRIDGE. When t h e breech bolt rnnss is recoiling , the impnct of the fired C:lrtrid~e case aga io st the ej ector siides the ejector re~rward in to cog:~gcment with the recess (:11), Fi&urc 41, of the m agazi n• c:>tch lc,·er thereby preventing it frorn rising. un during the period of the ejection of the c:>rtridge. CHAPTER 4 PAGE 53 NOTES ·----------------- - - - - - - - PAGE 54 CHAPTER 4 NOTES CHAPTER 4 PAGE 55 RECOILING PARTS AND BUFFERS SEAR r BREECH BOLT / SPRING PIN -::;;.
Figure 36. r p<1wl, Fi;ure 42. ' crank because o! the prenure of lhc ccnr:. prcncd &pring ~tween the tri,s:cr '),'\WI holder and tri~~cr pilwl. \Z INE IS HELD LOCKED TO T il E GUN DGRING THE PEHIOD Of EJECT IO:"\ OF THE CARTRIDGE. When t h e breech bolt rnnss is recoiling , the impnct of the fired C:lrtrid~e case aga io st the ej ector siides the ejector re~rward in to cog:~gcment with the recess (:11), Fi&urc 41, of the m agazi n• c:>tch lc,·er thereby preventing it frorn rising. un during the period of the ejection of the c:>rtridge.
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