Airplanes of the Second World War Coloring Book (Colouring by Carlo Demand

By Carlo Demand

Forty-six actual, actual renderings of opponents, bombers, transports, and so on. contains "Enola Gay," jap 0, British Spitfire, German Komet jet fighter, many others. Captions contain targeted coloring details, army position and association of airplane, producer, different information. All illustrations copyright-free. thirteen planes in colour on covers. Publisher's be aware.

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Thus gas at any pressure varying from that at the chamber to that at the muzzle can be drawn off and used to operate the action. It was previously noted that some 40 percent of the energy contained within the propellant is ejected at the muzzle in the form of muzzle blast. This energy provides a useful source of power to operate a either semiautomatic or fully automatic system and weapons using this are known as “gas-operated”. It should be noted that the energy required for the efficient functioning of the cycle of operations is largely obtained from that which would otherwise be wasted at the muzzle and therefore there is little effect on the velocity imparted to the bullet.

FIG 38: EXHAUST TO ATMOSPHERE SYSTEM – MAG 58 GPMG CONSTANT VOLUME SYSTEM In this system the gas passes through the barrel wall and then through the wall of the piston head. It expands inside the cup of the piston and drives the piston rearwards. When the piston has moved back a little way the hole in the piston wall is no longer aligned with- the vent in the barrel and so no further gas enters. This is a self regulating system and so no control by the firer is required. A variation of this system is employed in the US M60 GPMG (see Figure 39).

One in which pulling the trigger cocks the hammer, rotates the cylinder and releases the hammer to fire the revolver, all that is necessary is to pull the trigger through one full cycle. If better accuracy is desired, the hammer can be manually cocked and the revolver fired single action. A modern revolver is inherently safe. The hammer is prevented from contact with the firing pin via a transfer bar on most modern revolvers unless it is cocked and the trigger pulled. A limitation of the revolver is that no revolver can hold as many cartridges as some high capacity pistols.

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