S&W Auto Pistols - Learning How They Work!
S&W Auto Pistols - Learning How They Work
During my study and research I have found the following statements that I am having some concerns with as to which are true or false.
Can you list which statements are true or false? Thanks for your help.
1. Note #4. The barrel lug hitting the cam in the frame causes the barrel to unlock from the slide and the barrel is cammed downward. - True or false
2. Note #6. When the magazine is not in the gun, the draw bar cannot pull the hammer back-True or false
3. Note #19. A bent sear spring can prevent the sear from catching the full cock notch of the hammer -True or false
4. Note #21. In order to get the hammer out of the frame, the sideplate must come out first - True or false
5. Note #25. If you remove too much mass from the extractor's limiting pad, the extractor tends to hold the cartridge case too tight and the case will not be ejected - True or false
6. Note #26. A negative angle on the extractor's hook (in relation to the bore) in working position will tend to result in failures to eject - True or false
7. Note #27. The correct way to put the drawbar back into the frame is with the trigger play spring pointing down - True or false
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