Hatcher's Notebook

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Stackpole Books, 1962 - 640 pagini
Handgun enthusiasts, gun-owning do-it-yourself, law enforcement officials, and gunsmiths here is the ultimate one-volume guide to acquiring and developing all the necessary skills for making pistol repairs at home, from helpful hints on work space and setting up a small shop, to the tools needed and how to use them properly, to welding, hardening, and gun finishing. All this valuable information, plus much more, is contained in this easy-to-use reference for handgun aficionados.

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This book is still a classic in the early developing field of applied ballistics. Much of the information contained within this book is still relevant to many of todays firearms and their use. I would ... Citiți recenzia completă

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Pagina 78 - whom I had known in the States. He said: ‘Hang your chemistry and electricity! If you wish to make a pile of money, invent something that will enable these Europeans to cut each other's throats with greater facility.' “This made me think of the time when I was
Pagina 143 - weight and bulk. Then another trouble with these guns was that gas was tapped off the barrel at such tremendous pressure that it was hard to handle it without introducing severe strains on the gun. When the bullet passes the gas port in the barrel, the pressure at that point will be anywhere from 40,000
Pagina 143 - The closer to the breech it is, naturally, the higher will be the pressure. Assuming that the port is at the point where the pressure is 25,000 pounds to the square inch, a sudden application of this enormous pressure on the head of the piston slams the
Pagina 11 - not including base 0.20 Total weight of metal parts 7.30 Oiler and thong case 19 Total weight of arm, including oiler and thong case, with bayonet .... 9.69 Total weight of arm, including oiler and thong case, without bayonet.. 8.69 Weight to
Pagina 11 - Stock: Length, with butt plate 40.166 Crook, ie, distance from axis of bore to heel of butt
Pagina 78 - I had done; and about a year later I was in Vienna where I met an American whom I had known in the States. He said: ‘Hang your chemistry and electricity! If you
Pagina 78 - military rifle. On my return to Paris I made a very ‘highly finished drawing of an automatic rifle. Happening to meet a Scotchman in Paris whom I had known in the States, I showed him my drawings. He invited me to come to London. I did so; and shortly after I started an experimental shop at 57
Pagina 139 - open with extreme violence, and the result is not only undesirably quick opening, tearing the heads off the empty cartridge cases, and such troubles as these, but also excessive

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