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It fires one round each time the trigger is squeezed, once the hammer is cocked by prior action of the slide or thumb. Ammunition for the MA1 is issued in the form of a complete. This permits the bullet and expanding powder gases to escape from the muzzle before the unlocking is completed. During this rearward movement the magazine feeds another cartridge, the recoil spring is compressed, and the hammer is cocked. Each time a cartridge is fired, the slide and barrel recoil or move a short distance locked together. The barrel then unlocks from the slide and continues to the rear, extracting the cartridge case from the chamber and ejecting it from the weapon.

All materials, unless specified, are the personal property of the blog owner. It was used up until , when it began to be replaced by the more modern M9 9mm pistol. Browning designed the M in response to the Army’s need for a pistol with greater stopping-power following the Army’s experience with close-in combat during the Philippine Insurrection The weapon fires one round each time the trigger is pulled. Ammunition for the MA1 is issued in the form of a complete. The M has a rich military heritage, was very reliable, and the weapon of choice for use in close quarters. The MA1 model recoil semi-automatic adopted in was the standard personal defense weapon carried by officers and team leaders of all services during World War I, World War II, and Korea.

All materials, unless specified, are the personal property of the blog owner. Each time a cartridge is fired, the parts inside the weapon function in a given order.

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This permits the bullet and expanding powder gases to escape from the muzzle before the unlocking is completed. The M has a rich military heritage, was very reliable, and the weapon of choice for use in close quarters.

This is known as the functioning cycle or cycle of operation. The slide is pulled fully to the rear and released. The cycle of operation of the MA1 is divided into eight steps: A magazine containing ammunition is placed in the receiver. Browning designed the M in response to the Army’s need for a pistol with greater stopping-power following the Army’s experience with close-in combat during the Philippine Insurrection It was used up untilwhen it began to be replaced by the more modern M9 9mm pistol.

Thank you very much! Each time a cartridge is fired, the slide and barrel recoil or move a short distance locked together. The steps are listed in the order in which functioning occurs; however, more than one step may occur at the same time.

Posted by Video 48 at 7: Production was ended in The weapon fires one round each time the trigger is pulled. Click image to enlarge. As the slide moves forward, it strips the top round from the magazine and pushes it into the chamber.

Newer Post Older Post Home. The same cycle of operation continues until the ammunition is expended.

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This design is referred to as “single-action. The weapon is ready to fire again. During this rearward movement the magazine feeds another cartridge, the recoil spring is compressed, and the hammer is cocked.

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At the end of the rearward movement, the recoil spring expands, forcing the slide forward, locking the barrel and slide together. The barrel then movi from the slide and continues to the rear, extracting the cartridge case from the chamber and ejecting it from the weapon. Starring in more than films, Fernando Poe,Jr. Ammunition for the MA1 is issued in the form of a complete. The hammer remains in the cocked position, and the weapon is ready to fire.

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It fires one round each time the trigger is squeezed, once the hammer is cocked by prior action of the slide or thumb. A complete round cartridge consists of all the components cartridge case, bullet, propellant powder, and primer necessary to fire the weapon once. The MA1 model recoil semi-automatic adopted in was the standard personal defense weapon carried by officers and team leaders of all services during World War I, World War II, and Korea.