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.foUawing .t3' Ward
/a,r;, WOrd, Jipm, the FOW
term ,,' Maebiae Gun, ,',. mtanl .'Qy wapo. 'wJlieb sllootl, is desi.ped to sboot or un be readily restored, to shoot anmmaticaDy m.re t'han, ODe sIlot, withont ,manual 'reloading, by a sinp flllidioD ef, the trigert, :The term sha.1I also indwle 'the frame or reeefver 01 any such weapoD.;o any part ,designed, and in.ten d ed, solely ,aDd aclu .. siveJy, or comlJination of parts rrom wbidl, • MlchlDe 'Gun tali be: asst.m'bled ir IUth, Plrts are in tbe pouession or under tbe control c.f a person. MlclliDe Grllm prod.,~edt bnpoJ"!ted, or rqistered after May 19,. 1986,. the effe.dive date olr Public Law 99-308. are 'restricted "or 'Use by • pwmme:-ot IIICity ,or lor 'R,PO'rt. We wiD, allow aus 3 dealers tG reeeive a 100all quantity ,of tbe v,anoul 'Dewly. 'produced models (commonly melTed t. as "SALES SAMPLES") if tbey eaeh ebtaia a letter from, a load law enfo-rftlDent agency, O,B,heir letterhead, in4ic.aUDg a t bon.• ride need t. see the weapon; if we IbNUgb, aD error in, processing, fail to note on your transfer documenu tbat «118m, WtapeDI are restricted, 80tb error wUl not exempt !.QJ! fnm cmgPlfinu widl!be illtent of' Public Lax 3'-308
MACHINE GUN:' The
AN UNLICENSED' :MAKE A, MAC'mN,E GUN?
Geuenlly, N04 But in .he event tba-t doeu,me'otatioD ,taD be provided" along witb tile applkau>OD to make a ma,c=lIiDe :pn, wldeh establish,es tb.t ''he w'eapoD is, being made for distribu,tiOD te :,l)the UNrrE,D STATES or' 8'oy depart-
'Blot 01' agency thereof or %)a :State, or Department,.
individull WGuld be permitted, to make 'the 'maclline
agency of political subdivision thereof. Then the A'NY ,Machine Gun is subleet to the NFA and the :po,ssession of aD unregistered Ma,cbine GUD, could subj eet the Possesso'r to, crim,jual 'preseeo.ti,on.
.TABLE OF C10NTENTS
SPECIF'ICATIO-' ,O' N"£ ",'_" .. : '. '.,..,:. ,:.
'm mstOf.)" when
'FEDO'R VASlL YEVIT'CH T'OKAREV 'Lived at a time
honesty, inte~ and patriotism _were the 'must impo,rtant cb.aracter traits, traits everyoae strived for and even
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control of czars and, a ruling elite. He was bam to a 'poor family in the rural Yegodykskaya regiOn of Russi~ 'He started, his working life as ali apprentice in a small primitive, blacksmith shop near his. home, Soon ms, natural meChanical talents were, -, aad acceeted I'into the ',':, ~f~. ...L ~~. on1'7'.M - , " ,- was ~~.:. - : meta1I . t,..:;ftii'!il~ ~UUI........'1 in -"', St,amtsa. There he was known as a. master machinist 'WIth ,I keen. 'understanding of firearm.s. Fedor was then aeeeeted into, the elite ........ ;~;.,.oi'I,Po::r aeademv y at· N, ~~:L. w'·'here--'. he o"ri"":!IAUm:ed"; a' . '--Q'VO,··, C·-L~',t~ ..... ,II~~, _ .. &I.~-. llOR-OOmnnsS1oned. offi,cer. Fedor served his· country as an armorer 'with an ey·e toward design. and ma.nufitcture. In 1910Fodor submitted for testing a converted boit. action Masin Nagantj · . 'y deS.igtled ~. nuSS18...by S' .. M· . _ _'_ -,- ~ : . _'ergo1 I: ":~anoVl~t~, _oison m 1891 ': . e five shot single column magazine bemg th.e· product of the Nagant Arms C-q'lnp·any of Belgium, Although Fedors version 'was not accepted, it did make a favorable impression on his senior offleersl
'FE,DOR, was born, in, l'871
at that time 'Russia
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The. outbreak. of World War 1 allowed quick advancement to anyone in the mititarily and especially those who were involved
in, weapens r"""'.~
dir~ctorof . w,eap,o,~,s inspection an~ manufactuf!. DuriDg that time the impertanoa of Amencen made RUS'SIa Moisin. Nagant riDes outnumbered those ·being. produced in Ilussia? Can you. betieve ·President..Woodrow 'Willson, supplied the Russian army with th.eir small arms? 'These included many Colt
and' manufacture- - ..... or.. s..--- r~ in the war, as. a .... , Fedc .e1VIIVU· '. . ....
m.· 'Til T . AUTO', '.'" r .L·U~·,_·..
:~olvers' and Cpllt. 1.91.1 ,45 pistols, rifles, SMG'S~ ammuniti~. silmt"'P.R. ,Qo'V1"il,OSlV8S em '............,. lW-4.tH ...". '.' .
~e Rus~tln :revoludon of 1917 turned. 'Russia upside down. (These on. the top of SOCIety were now on the bottom and those on·~·.bottom 'were; on ,the top!) .But. Fedorwas well respectedas a Se:nrus and. loy:ailist to the revofution of the ~NEW!t Russia. Rem~~' Fedor came from, a poor background and worked his ~y to the: top of weapons desi_gn and .manufacture:~ ,therefore Fedors V:'ork ~ntmued unhindenad 'by ,th,e revl)mti'On. and. in 1925 his famous Maxi-Toka.rev light: machine gun, a gun ,,,,-.:..~ ~W' .I'.i'Ul:rn---:r to mWe.rnJZet .lit... enbre mill''tar.y~s. small ... .l..... __';;'~.'IOL,j_ t L~;S .... • Ai .' !U~, .. eir n " arms, Fedor now commanded a, large work force with the best ~, ... des~:sD..'~sin~.in Russia and m. 1927' he submiU,ed - his first Ma~ Pistoll ThisradicaBy new design, was intended to ,counter the Gennan Luger' Maschinen,pist,oJ-08 and the Mauser Scllnnellfeuers 712 ~ The new' thinldng' that S\Vept across Europe s 'was, a direct remit ~f .the trench 'wariaoo,' 6~~~~'" of' 'W.o"-.-- W"~p ~l-d':,· ' 'L:~' . .. '. ..l5 .... . . On :..' e. .'The' ,W,_-, Y ,maneuverable and, extremely deadly Machlne, PfB!0!S "sh0\Ved th~r vaJu,e in ~~~ end of_tne, war"~ trench ,Jlgh~ their speed of" target aoqaismon and, fantasbtC firepower m ~mpm:mon. to the l,Ong aJmbersome bolt actions in 'use at that ti-tn,e . _~lowed. these new machine pisto'is to l;' SWEEP THE 'S ..'",' ·'th· gh •. mil. TRENCHE' . ,'.. C"LI EAN". ,.I'U:, ous ',' the Am'" . en~ ~ " .~.'Ral'lr leader~hip,aitways preferred th.e Winchest . ..··.,er._, ..97.. 1~2ga pump., •..• shotgun, M most of the Europ~ south i\meri,oan and Far Eastern. government, used Machine,C 1I).:HiiiWli) ...V,I. ..... kin or iQIIJ:lUjiU~J. WItu .... ,..... t --E ona nd ., O'.I"i"i.*'~- .. ~.L , " ., ". gre.at.su~. Unfortunately~ and 'to Fedors great dlsappomtmettt the,. Rus+smaa gQ:~ ,nev~ put. Fedors .,new 'machine 'pistol des,~ lntO ,productIO~ but Jt was reoo,gnized as a miI,estone achievement in weapons. designl ,F'edor at the age of 60 now wbmitted IDS Iegen dwy' "c·]"T ..30~'" Fedor developed thi~ pistol by combining the .. unctiomU design on f th~' .American made. C"olt 1911 ..45 and. John :M. Br~wnings ~riginal ~, auto pistol, Peders improvements were to simp:iny the machining operations to the tooling left in Russia after WorJd W If 1 and 'the. revo~tlon. You ;800 Russia :had no- money to 'buy food, never mind buying up to date 1'tlaChinery to· manufacture more war 'mat,eri.als. '
e'lim1oated the ,_'.".' sive 'too'Hng ~ to ma.mJt:'-7'·-"" the. B:ro::"~'_ ·~sde·~an~he·- .~~ oL'!-:Il'b:'7"""~..] 3.0;~' __ ___ l~-tUJ.1I;= _ ._ _ _ _~., The .LO ~L. ~ 11U~uz.:u '~"'TT... beat the other desIgns su, nutted outnght :lfA ,acCUiacy~ -dependability, and ease: of manufacture'. The "~TT-JO~.)~ biggest.ad ""21' . Was 'the built in feed lamp being. an part',(),f the :~~ assemble. ,Tms, ~gn ellininatoo. feed problems altogether. The
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beat out the otber- test samples,. Fedor was a famous arms designer ~ at the age of 67 'was credited with more ~ accepted by his country than anyone else before or sinee. In 1.940 he was appointed deputy of the Supreme Soviet and was given :five "With. the title ,of Hero of SociaHst Labor and ,~en Three Lenin Orderst Plus the Gold Star of the Order of the hammer aad Cycle, but the :Lt..... ~~1lI'4f nNI;!f'A .:1......... he ~ .......;..~ ...:Ii the" 'i'WA(Lfid" -, : .... .' Y'"' -..- nus ,-~.......:I .' __' lJ.!I,i!.I~}li'i~ r............. n~ WIRllL ;l~,Y..::;u, ,a:w~u
a built in feed ramp? With the abuse given to Ql8,gaZ;'D,flS: in. combat 'many were :Ieft bent ~ them useless. Fedor's design ,elimi.oated this problem ~1et'clyr Further -design :improVements :100 to too' '~:TT-3~~~ ith ,11'"s ,~ved w sear:~.'trigger and ,the IMlyard rings, and even further sEmplifl,catlon of macbining 'processes. F'MO! sUb,mitted ,another. the' SVT-40 ,and it again.
lin -11nA 1 he "',~': ne
doct · ~:UI~ OOLorates in .......__t.._~__··.-II·'science,
- ionored ' was h
S\tate Prize Laureate! This devout and tireless Sooi.alist did, not retire to a :rellaxed posture but continued to author many political
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SE'CO'ND G,ENERA T'ION 'TT ·3,3!J' S,PE!CI,FI'CATIONS
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CAR1'BlDG~ 7Jll X 25,MId. WIlGBT 'EMPTY; 1~81b.,_896 grmm
fl.C"1L., W1:l'TG' .UT· "La'~AU,," .I!r.I..' _ ' , .. ,.>l'ft.'IiI'!Ij'- 2 I'\J"U.IJU. _._ '_ G"'JIIir
tt.. ... - . -.. . .. ~1~..,..1.w· mere ,.were many', ;~ ..... ....L_· . ~liW;ges . . throughout ,tbe pm..ducu. ~C!nyears t.)·.f 193~. to .th~ pre.'.sent Asl.'.~'~.· .. ..,..: rs. · ,.. modefs. These ohangi,es :meluded every kind and sbaptl of gnp Plastic, - nibber_, woo'.d in UV;,.i1, 'it'he ft;M:t to p1m A ... ctinn ..:"",. . t",_~, ~~~"!iR!UI'Io;I' J.lUSU'v" _. _ ._ .). .~ ~lJ _" years can be traced. to the...style. and romp.· osition ·uf grlp.:ss"and to ..~ the variety of star circle ~_patterns imprinted on the grips.
'.The ·1933. improvements led to. the: ~"TT..J3n model and the 1'9S4 improvements led to the: ~"c;TI.. 4' ~ model and so on" ,Although th,e .5
d'" . ..., _'emgn never
If.A.GAZIN.I atPAClTY: 8 :I'd:
1.7 ,inch .. 195:MM,
4.51 inch, '.. 110 Ml&
lliFLING 4 grove
Rem.ember~ the original spec;iHcations ueeessltated the pistol 'to be ;..~ rUiN. luaau..;. ....... ign'. AUU . .. '" !lJJnlIJ~t.·w 'Wl:",,'L,. WIll. of-... m" .'!">~ :a--.... ,....:~ ~UcaI I and easy"': "~'. ';-'0 i"""" ... i"'""'...A.. . uw UJ. it.:,_:'ted·.'tooling. Therefore'~ it a single' Action t)'p.e, lacking .any safety switch. The fir.st g.,eneration, pistol was produced in, small number!l
....40.. .. -
TWIST~ RJght Mmd, 1 in 9.4,5inch ~240 ':MM:
:MUZZLE VELOCITY: 1:375 FPS -,420 MM. .. .iI!""'l"'TO"" (!,4 • If".,.n, .11.,.;......,... .1"::~..... L", tL.~~fCQIjp.n8 .L~ IW. .unnmet,iJ.Uu;:n :sal~
untit 1'933 when smalll improvements, were performed to the: sear and trigger to further simplifY machining operatinns. This ,new ~et was ~ ~~~'-33~~ and it 'was.now 'used ~ large numbers m the swe1IDlg Russta11 ,armY'. In 193.5 'the RusSIaD. government saw it oould no longer negotiate peace with Germany. Immedi-, ,ately Russia began to move 1actories east to safety away fr,om, the
SIGHT:: ,F.ront blade ,_Rear U IlO1.OO NO adj;us1menl LINE, OF SIGHT. 6,12 inCh ;" 156MM'
~,~:::.::o~=: ~~ P:r",,:,-A..~~on'·'· .~~ :;.~;~
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Mlmifattured tn, TuIa,. Ru Isi,lI; desi:goed by 1"I!!.... ,,..n;_. -. 1!9'2A 'hen""&' "'Vft.tP.'t;'J m .I. ; he ..L....to.l!Io--.1:...._._ ""'T£ ~'~t t _ ~.su"'UA.,I.H.
steel but many were of brass, (although. most brass :metaJs. were melted, dO'WIl fur more important war needs J~,An important note being, that the Soviet and .Satellite: coumries used steel instead of brass :fur. amtm_wltion cases ,and steel q,ead, 'Of copper jacketed lead fur b\illets,+ This :requires very close tolerances and materials supervision, You see brass bas .a natural ability to expand and .'conform to chamber dUnension" formiing a seal fof.' the exp~~ . . .. steel L-.WS !Ltd, '",ty 'he '," ... .'. " - .. ~ ..:i--1...l ga.s~ 'Wl'ith steel, ..L:: _. ..::lIabili'· 0:'r" tne :metw1: 'IS oo,I~·mJ"y' eoS's, ~~l1ii:T1nD a closer .luaWU w-" man.'.',f~"[U1,U_f· ~.~. g to,1-'.- . s Ti.. .....L .~~"".;. ~-. ....... '.' ... :tw" ,,~K; cost of materials ..is less _but the .marmfrrom. n r!n8:a&-'- "'rooe!l~' is, a bit.:
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'were performed, Many holsters were modffiied :from, the Ame.rican S,mith and Wesson revolver to accept the new ~"'TT-33"". Most of the ram rods, were! of the Smith and Wesson revolver ~ mostly
l?ll" .4~5Cal '1!lstols given bf the Amen,ean ,government ~~ out' in RuSSia there: was still :sucb, a, high demand for military' armaments at that. that ,modifications," to older fireatnis parts " ...
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o m· re co'mplex' But a COUll' .try... tha·t has" been" surprise . _ ji.. enemy.'!'.,',:. L,y~ US1fJB;,." "WI!:aI.-""Y~ ,,: :'L,"'+.6i:ra.r. 1:·'5 ~ .. lUI ...
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pistol looked rather crude as ,compared to the more ,carefully '::_:i; .' ...... _... . '. ''''''~Qr''' ~' ,'", .lUUS:hed __" . peace ttme ~s,,...3..... ; the war time ~v.;~~ce U.I. __~.. __: production numbers became their greatest priority. After W:or ldl War 2 several 'training variati,Ol]S 'were ~,' the t"'n~3')~ ~.:;., pr'~ ',;",,:,~ :"'A~ .;: 'r,:,~.~ _";~L"_S in U'Uu~ ..... nu~"-'U .LlUIiU1)'!S;3 _,,"'t 1 o Ai,S. ,~, 'ii~, efforts to reduce the .' ,.tl:..........JI ·...:Ina runnJng, cost" 'it, .1UW, a common .'""2 I 2,.-, !Long "":::.&1_ cartrt~..;.. :I~ Wtth .World 'War 2 over, 'the map' . of the world chan_g~ ~gnH1 led ..,........... .. ana ." S M..uw,-e d d, ....... u:. :Sl~Cwn ftiM'I._;,. fttissta 'DOW occup,'. ... j. D :";,aa region , .countries were under. the oontrol of the Central Soviet C,ommand. __ ; ,',:em<~, UllWDIUU, ", _.' , - ~ "., ._ The· c- traJ"C,- ,__ ....... .;di Ul.OV1'ed entire -tactorles,-, and:'__' '(..a.,,, ,s:upervt .' --.. ~ .'SOTY personnel .into 'these, satellite countnes to set up pt U'";;I.ueb.on, and assist in -recovery from, the destruction, of 'World War .2... In. .. to ~ my ,opmon' the '~ ,,_ iL"iftnll11iii, mo·S! Impof'ta!Dt IDlpnwetnen t '-"~'- AL~ "c'TT-33' ~which was made by Hungary in the early 19S~~ s, a run ~ 'Map aroUild grip ,and 'tmtmb-opetated safety' switch, which made, the~"'TT 3l~~ look, "modem" without cbangmg its basic design ... in any way. They 'ldoo chambered it, to the popular 9)A}d para and. in 1960 ~~.I,: ' ",' on the German commercial lllIFket as the Firebird n "'':',:-, AP-'7" ,~' ... and 'T-,S:8. W,e'U that is just. a very 9 smal piece of the and, d.evdopmem, of tru's remarkable 'p.,jsto~, you. of course have the' Cllioese ·'M" seriUt ,and I 'Will now tOeus 00, that' country's developments. ~g in 194:3 a close copy of tb.e original Russian ~~IT -30~"_diifering 'only 'by an ext'enBion of the b~k 'strap to accept a detachable shoulder stook and the adoption of'the Chmese star burst 00 the grip,. was moved into produotion in China .. Although limited numbers were produced at first it. was well received and was immediaI,ety given ,the approval fhr large seale production .' 'In 1951 Russia, moved ~si~erable amounts of tooUng and in, fact :m.oved, entire factories, into China. Again it re),ocated, key production. personnel to set up' ...,.....4, .' .lI" rod uctMlrJr. 'TIll' :8 ,t"'I1;;,:... r. -f-u ,WN :m1p-fove traimng it.nu mcrease p_, __ ' '-.rllUlese VI~OO 'was typed 'M... 'With the ori_g:IDa1 lanyaitI ring' removed, ,It "l remained in -Production un¢harlged tmtil. 1'954. The improved ' m-tore organized munbmino,'-';' .~'"C T ypt' ""M'" C4'H ap~lO.1U"~ uri:th
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bombit1& they ..had no, ,Chelnica1s_left to ~re smokeless powder! ,During World War 2 the Rl,ssmn Tokarev
range~ In 19,5.5 th~ started at :2~ 000:0000 2,999,~999 and that 'went on, until 1963 when the ten 'million block. was reached, But the number stamped on your gun wiD nOt iRdicate 'the, exact order of ma.nufacture, the mmiber- 1may nol be the first gun, produced and the number -999',,999 may not be the last, pistol produced in that, years production run .. With ,,,,L.... ~J!,~ '" _.......:_--..:I..... ""uwargo . t!.A..-.J·'m 19'7_'2·. ...t, ...USA' was,.,,-, :L . ... •. _ ... ~ U~ ,UJ,IXIU ... U~ flooded wit:h,:~ Chinese' products.. In, the opinion, of QUF govern.ment." the Chinese produced ",M' ~ series pistols half ~. ,safety was not reliable and tbe pistols importation to the
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now each pistol was stamped sta:rtmg, in the, l' 0CKl),0(}() to
Other anprovements, included a, 1.7 degree finger- ,gnp rut on the. sUder~, the mtdtiple cartti9 chambering. and to satisfy the . Am.erican need for massive 'firepower, a. IS-round ~cCM:-,2ll~' model was cooked up. The success of the Tokarev in the U.S. 'was a. surprise !(;WeD. to the Chiaese, At Dr,st 'the demand wag great. er. tban.'~ .'.-.' '.'PfOducrt ....·...' .:ion could sa.tisfy~ but soon the market .Ieve1ed
Egypti~, army~'s Vet:slO~ '. of a thamb
Unit,ed States was banned. Realizing the enormous, marketi p;rtential the Chinese :800n suh.ttted a:modified vemoo, It 'was, of course a, close copy of the Hungarian built TOKAlEPT~58,'f (the;
operated ~ _~)
t:~ 1st~.~· ~~~=:end after the success or
Safes here in. the U'. s.
popular ~ seeing
'""&' C'H,--lNtwE protJtJtype. Wi:IS ~, __ .. K'aS ..,~ m-d~~Ci..- '7···"VI!J """"'·,195 ~,'" A A .'. ... ~~,,oIP_.__
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WHAT WILL I SHOOT?
starting with the original 7.63-Mauser But the RusStall .ordinance departments immediately asked P'OO.or to redesign the ?hamber so they could use the common '7.62 rifle 'bore gauge, the TT -30 was redesigned for the 7.62 ...25 and the rifle bore gauge could then be u.sed, further testing included. the ~.' ~, the 3,8 ;s.uper~.t'b~: ,,22 lang nf'le and many others chambers that were never put Into mass production. The original 1.62-2Smm cartridge included" probably :the most versatile ap,plica.tions. ever, 'they ,included T'raar Rouudst, Armor Piereing RoUBds, Inamd:iary Rounds" Armo.r -'ier.clllg hl.cendlary ROORM, Mlnipulati.oD Dummy ~Dds, E:rerdse ,Du'mmy Brass Case ,Rounds, Steel" Case ~',,'Dds~, Short Blan~ Int.ermediate BI:ank, Long ,BI.D~ Flame
'7.62X25... -9l\W-or the' 38 SUPER, The Tokarev pistol has, <".i~do~ ChambP.14no th gh th'e years,"". seen_manY d":..a"~ .ou. . . llllli:'l ~R, ..... .. ~~ ".lJ~. ~,,'~ .....
of 'MM, para, cartridges are as varied as, the 7~62~ even more so in. recent 'years. The low powered 9f:nm shooters have explored every powder and. bullet combination possible. The 'newest 9mm ammunition. available will shook even 'tile most skeptical ~m shooter. Now that the Dirty Harty tri:Lionum', ~N 1M..... over pub lie demand seems to have evolved "~ , ,, __ l"';lllQJJ.U " " ,
'even ~~ with Po-.n I'uj mUm Ro:OQds for the Speo1a1,Operations U"!'ts,' But, the. baste balHsdc specification remained the same for all, the 7_62-25mm
Ignitor RollDds~, ~
invisible wea~n, capable of 'creating doors in wa11s Where no doors bad existed before But in my opinion, ~~e ~ lacks suffi,cimt stopping power to be, used by the' ~tary, , Its, oJUy benefit being its ability to 'mass impact a target, Its flawless. feed ~.'. .' .i:!:~11 cap.abilitte~ an'd lU-rAQ L:' ~,~ .....L~_':',~ usmg .urn, auto P.:..:......... T"he' A..t~ lUl JJ.WD.uc.t .L1.!u..uts-. :, Israelis were the· first well known modem pistol sub machine gun users and their- UzP So are still used to prot'ect the President of' -(he, United States. It seems that even our government 'believes that
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belt-feed systetl18. No doubt the movies played ,e._ a ~1fI.~,"'1I:I·""1o~'"' " "",~~h!e b."am,·er of balUsttc 1!D. ,~'5it lVi, " ., .. ,' ,. ,. ,
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into mass firepower using long fat ~p~, huge
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CASE MOUTH DIAMETER .. 31 3 CASE MOUTH S:UOIJLDE'R,3,74, CASE HEAD.386 1'I.il-CE' D'i:.t ~'~'R ~ ~""~."~ RIM 388 ..... TOTAL LENGTH 1.310 BULLET LENGTH .$51 WEIGHT 85 grains
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,BUt'LET W,UGHl" 8Sgr 00 160 gr
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POWDER C,HARGE 7.9~
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United States co:nmst of a barrel, a barrel bushing: '\Vith nlatching recoil s.p.ring and a matching clip, aU. priced at under $:40.00" Tbis comj;)o package _ymI give you the greatest shooting pleasure. at a cost you can aftbrd,. You see you, can shoot the cheapest most available ammo by simply changing. your barrels. The one caliber that 'dwy seem to have overlooked is the .22 Leng Rifle? I give 38 super ~nformation to those who wUl c.oUect anything that is unusual, and coming from China this Wildcat cartrid.ge definitely
T_ile WRdcat 38 super is not the most popular .cartridge, it is difficult to and. and at times expensive, a1thou~ it does. have an elite group of followers that claim great accuracy and_ good st~g power. 'fhe corebination _units. b~g o~ in .tbe
qualifies. as unusual.
BUL.L:iT DIAMETER ~3S1
CASE MO·UTR BIAME·TER ,345-,-. CASE MOIITR SHOULDER .3:84 CAS·E DlAM.ltTKR RIM .384
TOTAL LENGTH 1.280~ BULLET WEIG·BT .85 to 160 gr PO'WDE·. CHARGE 4.0 00 8.8 gr
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rooeiver-,26-a barrel-35-a ~ocate slide or breech -1.-a firing pin:-7-a grip-27-3 ,trigge.r-i2-and a hammet-8-the: grip cltanne1 is ,manufactured to h-oM a . magazin~;18-containing a .num~t of cartridges wbich may be sucoessiveJy fed into the chamber ,of the barrel, fired and ejected upon operation of the trigger mechanism and automatic reciprocation of the bolt. The 'firing pin is. s~ideabiymeueted in a hole in the bolt-1- and is, biased .to the retracted position by a ;Springo4i~buttin8: at (me end ,against a shou~der on the, ~ pia, Rear ward. ,move;meut of the 'firing pin Iinmed by a removable compression, pin-34-. It ~s appanmt from, the design that the firing pin is, of·such 1.tmgth that Wben the; bllomer is in its un-cooked position it may rest against the bolt wnhout moving the '~ pm :sufficiency to eaese its funva.rd md 10 p,roject beyond the 'front face of the bolt. PO'rtion of the slide, When the pistol is ,intenti.onaUy fired the hammer d.elivers a blow to the rear end of tiring 'Pin and the DlQIIWrtum of the pin. causes it to be proj\ected 00y0nd the front face of the bolt, to fire the cartridge primer. The hammer is pivotally m,ounted W, the hammer frame..lQ..by a pin-15.nd is, through a, *ring-:94>ia~ in ·the clookwi.~: direction. TIle bcdyof the hammer is bifurcated and has, a shoo.1der funned thereon, and preferably has a safety; of half coc.ldn.&recess fOnned ~in. The firing syst.em includes a, sear-l 2,wpivotaUy mounted in the fmme by a pin-16-_ The sear is biased in. 'the counterclockwise d.iredioo 'by a sear spring- l1--and is adapted to engage with the shoulder on the hammer to hold the hammer in the cocked position.
NO'RMAL PISTOL FUNCTION shown~ :the pistol is. comPrised ·of" a fram.e or
A, trigger bar lS integral to t}.te trigger and is slidably mounted in the frame so as to be movable' with the trigger. The trigger 'bar is shaped, to surround, the magazin-1.8-. The 'upper edge of the rear of the trigger bar '~s'positioned to mow, in a plane equal to the plsne of 'the lower edge of
the sear'. In order that the tri~-12~y serve to mow and release the sear-l1--a member-Ia-is proVided whi,m initiaUy constitutes a diseon .. necting means, between the trigger bar and the' sear.
The mlInOOr. -13-also moves to disconnecting e'IiI1..i nH~1 ...'L. ... re.f';.........k"",- II':a.A ........... +.... ' ...:I ..;..1;' ... .,. '1(iI!.I!~'\.I ":In UK:" lUi'1;; ut:: '['",,1G£1Ii CU as a_
position when, the slider
is firmly .guided in an aperture :m the hammer frame transveme'i of the <firection of slider' reciprocati,OD" The lower portion of the disconnector is positioned to, the ,safety side of the hammer frame and it has an aperture through which estends the, pivot pm-16-for the' sear, As, this apettnre is larger than 'the pin~ the lower portion 0" the dtseonnectQf may ~ relatiw to the frame and sear within Hmits determined by the size ,of the slots in the di soonnector , The Uigger bat-22~gages- directly Yiith the front face 'Gf the lower portion of the disoonnector,. J have assembled this, manual so that you woukl be led through a systematic Ieaming process with one design buih 00 the' one -previously described. If you, just looked the patrol over (page .33} ~ ~ them throughly., I recommend you return to them new to fuUy :understand their system. J: want you to clearlY mlde.rstand that "the systems designed in those pat~ are very' different &om the one I have designed. In one :sysrem, the trigger is .forced back 'cut· 390m your trigger 'finger by the slider opsning and as the slider rftu'rns to close your finger wiU be all~ to again p~ the trigger inward, tripping the 'sear and releasing: the hammer to fite~ the· pistol In my deslgn 'the trigger will be in full c00tr01 of the sear ,m fully auto mede, but in my des~ the sUder win ope:tate a new- piston to 'trip, a new sear. This 2 -sear design, will, eliminate the clumsy, aWkward trigger oscillation in and out design. The most impottant aspect or improvement being :m my desi~ -that everyth.iQg wUl be proteded inside the frame of 'the pistol 'with only the selector switch CI~) ~ fo.r easy cperaden. Lets get started:', I wi~l again lead you. through a
end of the di.soonnector
as it is being described starting with the snder and finishing: With the selector S'Witch" Modifications to the slider will 'be the: mast ,difficult.
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As shown the milled slot In the slider wUI be the cam 'to ,tran sfer the horizontal movement of the sJider Into a vertical movement needed
The piston is the key to this design as, it will transfer the 1 -, , :001"1"7, ............... movllVol,l.u.;;.a::n,. 0 ~ ... s'll"der ,lnto 'a vert ~ ... ii:U movement for L '.I,~!UUU, 1:. '.. ... ' ,. ... ,'. ;""'".... . ~JJ¥:JIn ' _, the new sear, Exactly like the trigger bar disconnector does only ~ ......... ..:I': ~.-~-" " -. mst~ ..:a: -0 f diseonnectmg the tngger ~ar It ~...::!iI d" : w:IiL- lsconn eel fh .... ct menew sear. This piston should be manufactured ·from tool steel or drill rod. Due to the extrem.e~ sloppy fo-reign machinsig practices each pistol will require a custom length" Ifto much is ground off 'the piston V/iU not release the hammer, if it was left to lring the barrel locking rings would not engage fuUy vnth the slider lock
ton 'will contact this C,Ml, lowering the piston which ~n rum win lower ,the new sear, releasing the hammer to fire the pistol, r have
iJ!t,enti~na1]Y' given gen~oo8
cam as the slider moves to the closed position, the pis--
~~~~oni:rth'eW:~t !lii be the: new sears releasing
operate 'the ,~ew sea~"
of t~is slot is
the harm:ner is released, 'this will allow the rime needed for the hammer to swi .. . in its are, striking the firing pin at the exact time that the ~, locks, the barrel in the closed position. If the
piston were tit so that the
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slider 'was, tripping: the _sear at the
closed position, a11 tll.e better as this would 'reduce the fire rate to a
very small degree and the pistol 'would last much longer" You can see now that it is important to look the barrel locking lugs over closely for -damage:~ as, this 'will 'be the first indication of early' sear release, this goes for the locking groves in the Sllidet also.
dimensions on the piston that 'would, allow a custom fit of the piston by gIindin,g very sUght amounts off the when the
slider is fully closed" More on this later, , --"' ., ' Th e '_'OWN'- v:urw IS (J £utmvay.. The slot has been " ileft in the 'wlUte (CLEAR) The slide! Nib' that holds your' .slide O1Itb your pistol tmd the ~ n:ng-s..
siider cams cootact point to effectively fire the pistol
frame IMve beaJ jilted in black, as has ,t/I'e fIriHg_,~"
HAMM:ER: - .' F'RAM'E _.__:
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FlJLL...AUTO l'OKAREV FIRING PIN,
The piston hole in 'the hammer frame \Vill need to be driUed vhen reamed, to ensure a smooth hole of the exact size. The spring
hole can simply be drilled and counter sunk.
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'The original design of 'the firing pin will allow the pistol to be carried in the, aa-cecked position with a chamb&.red cartridge,~ but in the event that ,the pistol is dn:Ipped or a blow is ~ven to the, hamm.er~ the firing pm iis not long enough to be driven inro, the primer" This design allows the haltlmet to' strike the firing pin with sufficient force and speed that it wit :fly fOrward d.et.ooating the cartridge" This system is exactly like ~ game of pool. The eue stick represents 'the bammer~ the cue ball ~ the firing pin, when the cue mdc hits, the cae ball it flies, t'brward leaving the cue stick behind. Unfortunately as the slider smashes .closed (In ,FuIl..Auto Mode) the force can make the firing pin boun,oo'forward beyoo.d the hanmters eeetaee point ~ the firing ,pin mi&bt 'need to' 'be lengthened, to nmedy' this bouncing' firing pin problem. But in do,jag so you would be giving up 'the safety design and ,tt the, pi!..101 ~ Mopped or a blow' was given to 1he un-cooked hammer the pistol WOULD GO OFF. It the pistol must be· carried 'with a chambered cartridge th" half cocldng safezy should be used The longe.r firing pin, mould. 001}' be 1aS:ed if full auto UN IS ~. ~ ~ this kIq.er .firina __ will not beneeded if the h(mln'W mlease bas pW befo, timed prq>etJy and .Mwdd. qnb: be used as a last_ditch eflbn 12 'solve an .improperly timed bm:nmer release. '
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THE LINK P'IN
The Unk. pin keeps
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The new sear will
untl ~ the slider reaches a closed position, or nearly' forced away from "the hammer catch by the pi ston
sear, piston and spring '~':liniked,', togEth-er., It should have a press fit into the ~ston - but it. should slide easily in r:'Le;, _u Sl..... W ~~,....". .iI.--ui-.,
closed p osi ti on ~ then it would be'
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down by tile slider cam. There would '" be DO trigger control over this new sear.
-@(±).-B-~-: _-': the the 'sear ~ and drilled the boles in 'spring.
:fit the piston :$0 ,that the sHder trips the new sear at. the exact time. To do this "you need to r-emove t.b,e trigger bar -, disconnootor aad install a shim. This will aUow' the trigger bar to remain in. contact or control of the -sear~nnw by assembling the pistol you can hold the mgger which 'will keep the, sear away from. the hammer catch, only the new sear will hold the hammer now. 'By drawing the slider back. and releasing it sJowty you can see exactly when it will release the hammer. As stated previously, you need to customfit the piston to release' the hammer as cl.ose to slider closed position as, you CM. If' you grind or file 10· much. just get another piston and stan ,a~ but the most important operation is in fitting the piston, this will determine" if everything win work,
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sUder "ha's a slot and you have made the pi s t o n.,.
the hammer body, etc. Now you, need to
This spring will force the new sear and piston to follow the Slider as it is cycUng, keeping the new sear in contact with, the hammer catch until it is forced a-way by the slider cam. The spring must be :tIn.n but not to the extreme, - remember things would. be bouncmg.. around extremelv fast in .a:~~~ 0 ~nd ..~ ~ !l:!nnno "....... .......... sst
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the· pist,on. against the' slider and, the sear in contact 'With the
hamm-·· .. ,er,
,put it, aD,
YOIl are just nne Step' away from the oomp~eted :syst,em so lets together ri,gbt now. ,
have 2 sears, one. that works in and one that, is, timed to the slider de'. pistol 'Without the di!~nnector ~__ otild cycle ~tomancally '~fuU~ ~ . auto). The: trigger wowd be m full. control. ofth.e: ~,. puB 'the trigger ami ,it would, cycle auto,matically~ release the 'trigger arid the sear would return to caleb ,and ,bOId-the hammer stopping the cycle.. Now you have ttmed yifJW" hammer release, reinstftU the discoonector~ you won't need the sNm ,anymore,. Now lets bring . this to ,I setectiVe: fire system I ' . T'BE, SELECTOR, SWrrC,H
YOil can see that you conjunction willi. the tOgser cloaing:., 'If you were, 'to fire installed (the. Sbim ~n~) with M&M ENGINEERINGS "~'KEY~~ systems, to operate th.e firearm :in the MIl' automatic· mcde, I have desjgned 'what :I tbink is tie easiest to DWlUfacture and by far the most reliable of atty' uKEY"' system_ Without the key the pistol would operate: txaedy like the
n-ri,no.;t'I"!!It; senn~L!U ,'~- "'~","'" ~ ~bJI:'II ...... ~ "f'.;p '_,' -',_ :....._'111~ ,UUl!~" .... n ,'wid :~ ~ V,nll_ :.: ....... ~ ~UJI, l __ were ~~.!. ,, ., ,' ,.autorn.atwe, capa' bi~:"';l; • By' • • no .etue as to its ruJJy g~es., _'., tmert.tng' the' Sllld ': " ": HOY- ': a' full,y .a-uton'I3Iie- KJ,""",~:ve .w'"' U~11iIJ;V ... ;I""":, ~-- ~-..L,i,.6 :'p'~stoI'would be at Vt"IAIiI' ~ ...-, , - " --~ ,,',,' J ---,
THE SELE'CTIVE FIRE SWITCH
F'irst lets review, 1'0 the semi-au&o mode the pisto1 wiD fimctioo exactly :like its odginal design except it is n.ow a 2 sear system. One sear is controlled by the tn.gger bat ,and the new sear is ,cootroHed by' the slider. To achieve ful~ auto,marie fire the' trigger bar must maintain contact or control of the sear .aloVJing the new ,seal"~ controlled 'by the slider, to 'fire the 'p.istol, in, ,a 'timed sequence In the, first diagfmn (semi-auto) the trigger bar rQd E is ..... U.....-,kt'l bI the D, J,1...: ~o~..:u ...... ri the ...1: - t, ... B~ _ .~S ~ttOW tne sear _',u-uS WW au'OW' , ,": wSCGllJleCto:r LnU controlled by slider cam A, to push trigg',8r bar C 't)eJJow'he, sear D t each time the pistol is fired.
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illu91rati:oo. (JaI 'OIio)'1&& ~ecta:' 5Yi&b is ~ .~.~~. tIx:: tn.gar·" ~E-to die up.1iato :dmmt with tbr: .,.....~ ~ 'b.·~·hu ~ CbI·...... ~ 1he ~ 'Ihj$ mwill meigtejp Pll. wJ1b 1hq :_.'. koDpiDs 1M. so. out tiC ~ will. b; , banClM!l". ~ time ibe :tl'idcr r«ums 10 b doIod ~ 110~ ~ will ~ tIKi p6ton dC:wn, ~ 'II¢: omr _' i:o.D '!fbe ~.I.O'a..-:.t.;: ~ , tn-. :,.. ;r;_.~, ...Io:o-r..;::...... • .._ •.. _, ,~., . '11.1' ~ iW!II'I!'I'~_~ ~ ~. pin .(101 kItig u., ai;g« is· ~) ~ d. ~ wiill dow a.,; ori&iM1 ~ lONtum. to bOld h ~ ~ ~ ~~ .. " .....,~.iI!I.W-,..~
~~~~r~~eak~si~O::~3-t::u~ .:312 rernrunmg distance· Now 'usin.S 10/32 tap
deep (usable thread)
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pj:cmre: the :IeLV' i$ :_ br:l\rJ -out of ~ wiCh '110 hammer by the 1:risga' bar rod. 1lic di~ bas atn.dy fotced (be trigpr _ ibelow ~ sear m! is;
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:kdood fully (:'~
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•• but, 1bo :didar. 15 doe· 1M, rear
of 1he eontidge u not ~ sated __ tIlc;. 'bolt ~) 1'iOl~, the D::W 9GaI' is. boidin:g tho. ~ !iId is QtJ:]y ~ the MmWt<=t ~ fin: &e pistol in.&·1imed cy.d¢
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28 TRIGGER BAR
Drill a clearance hole using a #.51 drill :lnto the, center of the trigger. bar ~ contact ~_oint. Your t~er par' ,rod should slide ~ '~ntothis hole and. It should be drilled in the same plane as,
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,RE·TAlNER ASS,EMBLY 'From lei to right: The spring must 'have ,an outside diameter of 00 ,'Mo,re than .150 and an inside diameter on no less than .:063, and should be about .;,250 lo~ Don't get cared away in your spring search as just ,about any', _~pring: will do, The spring retainer (A 'w,asbet: wiD do) th~you. will silver solder onto 1he mgge-I" bar rod omvwu ,11# ' a •00' ,tl1!i..l-" 'UUIlutaer of .', ,,'and an ll1SJ,e ~uet-er ...L._ul...il t.."'ve " ,', '~tW ~~ ....--, : · +d I" ,~ '150 of +06'3 and should, 001 .100 thick. It should be manufactured from u ..:3 'Ld h.L~ .' ~ driju ........ , i~, UUiL. anyLlng 'llliU., 'will silver solder onto the trigger bar rod mil do, The retainer that holds all 'this together can be manufactured from a, common set screw 10132 X 125 long · simp~Y ~~la hole through the cent~ using a #5 1 drill' T:his hol~ sb~~d all~' the m_gger' bar 'rod to slide frecly,. It would be: best to use·l.ook~,~ ,or epoxy on tile retainers, threads 'to S-t,op:it from, backing out,
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be, knurJed, or simply reverse thread to
Sbnply ruse a 10/32 screw~: Part #1 is to
smaH, diameters shat1t is difficult to krrurl and reverse thre-adlng will produce tile same end product) #2 You should have no- problem protecting the ori,ginaI screws 'threads during :m~ they should be at: least ,,2:50 long. #3 This proiectioa
will contact file base of the trigger bar
course' grip for
rod. forcing the trigger bar rod-, p into u aliment with the ,.sear. It- should be: , trimmed t'"o-. 062 diameter and be .,093 long (custom fit to your pistol by filing 'iii to proper f,ength-about .005 should 'be
rod ~.:n . .ww:,(f
TRIGGER BAR ROD· This siJouI.d be nmmfactured from. chin, rod.
For some reason (only the law makers wiD ,know' that reason?) it,
(welding rod or g,ee! d ) It" roU~1I , 1_ ....k SL..... be 2937 . long a.uu: 'elI(.;: . _ ........ ~11·d .' ft,_,oJ tL .... ',S .Ma~~ . UUUJI :. .: ruamder shOuld be .062 This. _has been left slightly long SO that you can. custom fit .As shawn the spdng retainer should be welded .312 from the end (silver solder, braze;og) As you have probably ,gathered tms system, doesn't require, a lot of tootiog just the time to fit the pieces together
law to' oo:nvert any' firearm
0, ,nto ~: bott~, of your cli,p tbi's, ~', ~_.. .~' .:' 'you' ~'near,to SO rounds" and' 'w ..:iU 4Ji!I.V ~ ...~ ~ a, '',.'., . .I!QP!H,lle. The",'.' ~.uu 1i.,...__...11 .:!,-..-.._.l _._' ' !U') w ~t",~._ method, IS a b·- more m~~f'''" 'to manuraeture but \ W'm wort h the · ..lan+~ _ ... ,~.c.._,,"'" _11 ' ....' '__, :'It ."
..",;o..;oo,··;:ild never' hope to. OOmlJ v a, matlJinn; plStO 1 In 8 £.u .................... """"""1 1..~_~. ......: WUUl ". w:uy AU",-,II!l.CSl;J.C :mode., The first method is to simply weld a, sub-maebine gun clip
a fully au!Omatic
1 : • _'
added effort as vou can use both cUps as handles.
at the senti auto picture on page 25' you can ;800' that with everything installed except t.he:key the tri.gger bar rod, shootd, be at the same' p'~aneas the bottom o-f th:e 'Seat,. a few passes, with a file ~ bring it right into the needed 'Ien~ now file the bottom to be level with the retainer screw; Tum. to page 26 and the fully automaU(C mode' ,IS shown with the key installed" you can see the amount needed to push tbe mgger bar rod up. :80 _that it will remaln in contact with the sear" to change this height file the
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~:ur:r~ =#~! ~av;o:e;,~
close to what is
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If you understand the system .I have designed, you know the only parts which require modification are: ' . 1,The milled slot in the slider (piston cam) 2j'The drilled holes in the hammer body, the trigger bar~and the back strap. .
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3,Filling the sear to make room for your new sear.
*,,:n ~~ ammo (you win not. -need hot Iik:~=: ~o:oo~;: work, it win sboot th.e same
link pin., springs, :switclt. rod, and of course the iIKEY". But best
Otherwise your conversion 'is.
a new sear, piston,
machine gun amm.o) and if you timed the hammer release exactly right you won't even need the longer firing pin One last note: this pistol due to it~ short length, recoil will have a fire r.ate s
somewhere near 1400 rounds 'Per minute'! 'You wonlt hear the f.amiliar.' ban& bang; bang, sound of a long recoil sub, :machine gun but. instead your pistol will sound more like a GE ldINI GUNS IiROOOOQRAPu. If the fire 'rate were to be calculated 'it would be at or close to 5,0 rounds spent in less than 2 seconds. Do
you remember when I ,said the r~ sprins on the pist,on.needed to be fum? Because thln~ would be bouncing around pretty fast,
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?