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Old 02-13-2014, 4:31 AM
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Default The Nambu Type 94 pistol explained - ebook


Recently published at HLebooks.com
This e-book is downloadable here : http://www.hlebooks.com/ebook/nambu94E.htm

Ebook's Content
Field stripping of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (I)
- Breechblock locking key
- Firing pin engaged in the recess of the locking key
- Slide stopped by the locking block
- Rearward sliding of the breechblock
Field stripping of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (II)
- Detachment of the slide from the receiver
- Removal of the barrel and locking bloc
- Removal of the Magazine
- Removal of the firing pin and spring
Advanced dismounting of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (I)
- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the grip plates
- Dismounting of the safety lever
- Dismounting of the hammer
Advanced dismounting of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (II)
- Dismounting of the sear
- Dismounting of the trigger
- Dismounting of the disconnector
Advanced dismounting of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (III)
- Dismounting of the magazine catch and safety
- The dovetail mounted cover plates of the frame
- Dismounting of the ejector
- Disassembly of the magazine
- Diagram of the parts
Functioning of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (I)
- Recoil of the slide on the receiver
- Separate breechblock mounted in the slide
- Savage pistol Model 1907
- FN pistol Model 1900
- The slide and barrel locking bolt
- Breech locking mechanism explained
Functioning of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (II)
- The under face of the breechblock explained
- Hammer cocking and cartridge chambering
- The 8mm Nambu cartridge
Functioning of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (III)
- The trigger mechanism explained
- Relation trigger-sear explained
- Mechanism of disconnection explained
Functioning of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (IV)
- The slide held opened after the last firing
- Shape of the magazine follower
- The manual safety explained
- The magazine safety explained
Markings found on the Nambu Type 94 pistol (I)
- Markings found on the right side of the frame
- Secondary markings used at Nagoya military arsenals
- Japanese numeral characters
- Markings found on the left side of the frame
- Kana characters or syllables
- Markings on the breechblock
- Markings on the slide
- Markings on the barrel
- Markings on the locking block
Markings found on the Nambu Type 94 pistol (II)
- Markings on the hammer
- Markings on the trigger
- Markings on the firing pin
- Markings on the breechblock locking key
- Markings on the magazine catch
- Markings on the magazine safety
- Markings on the sear
- Markings on the magazine
Serial numbers by year of the Nambu Type 94 pistol
Story and evolution of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (I)
- Nambu Type 94 compared to the Colt Model 1908 "Hammerless"
- Nambu Type 94 compared to the Nambu Type 14
- Prototype of 1931
- Nambu Type 94 of early production (10.6 - 14.1)
- Nickel plated magazine
- Slide and sear of early production
Story and evolution of the Nambu Type 94 pistol (II)
- Nambu Type 94 of second variation (14.2 - 16.8)
- Nambu Type 94 of third variation (16.8 - 19.12)
- Nambu Type 94 "off-date" fourth variation (18.6 - 18.8)
- Nambu Type 94 fifth variation (20.1 - 20.6)









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