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When firing, the pressing of the trigger (S) Figure 26, turns the trigger retaining bolt (Z) in a CO\Intcrclockwise direction. The trigger intermediate lever {:\A) is on the trigger :etaining bolt (Z) and is also turned. A recess in this t:igger intermediate lever (AA}, F;gure 26, engages a pin o n the trigger pawl holder (Blue) and, as illustrated, this trigger pa,vl holder is made to tur'n on its a xis in a clock\vise rotation. The trigger pawl holder (Blue) , Figure 26. has an axis pin (also blue) .

A recoil buffer. Figure 46, retains the buffer springs in the breech casing, and the rear end of the barrel spring casini contacts this buffer duriilg the lnst inch o£ recoil. compressing the springs. J ring. 6. u nism. :vcr the tri~n,rer is rel~sed during firln1. and. ~s the recoiling m:LSs is moving forward At high speed. L"lere is a severe shock 3t :he moment of interception. The trigger buffer springs cushion this shock, thereby protecting the s~r and c:i~c:: hook. T here arc lifteen trigger buffer springs (R), Figure 24.

I~ n1:11: z;~l! •~r :~ ·o ~t n :h,. ~ ·r. •i·c: :t:l! ~~.. :tifJn oi rh~ rris;:-c:. 'Uil on ln cmpcv l:Un. ,mkd '""~uinc. >. 3 PAGE 33 GUN MECHANISM H A~I:VIER PLATE OPERATION T his component is being describcxl here, rather than in th~ Striker Gear section, because it is secured to the casing. See Figure 45. "ried by the breech block and is. therdore. a par: of the recoil ing group. T his h:unmer plate is secured to the casing by dovetails and is locked by the hammer plate securing spring. It h~s two cam surfaces that actu~te the hammer and thereby the striker pin.

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