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Femaru M37 pistol explained

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Ebook's Content

Field dismounting of the Femaru M37 pistol

- Femaru M37 in 9mm short (.380 ACP)
- Femaru M37 in 7.65mm short (.32 ACP)
- Removal of the magazine
- Locking of the slide at the dismounting notch
- Dismounting of the barrel
- Dismounting of the slide

Dismounting of the slide

- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the firing pin
- Dismounting of the front sight

Dismounting of the frame (1)

- Dismounting of the holdopen latch
- Dismounting of the grip plates
- Dismounting of the lanyard ring
- Dismounting of the hammer

Dismounting of the frame (2)

- Removal of the hammer strut
- Dismounting of the magazine latch
- Dismounting of the grip safety
- Dismounting of the mainspring housing
- Reassembly tip

Dismounting of the frame (3)

- Dismounting of the sear
- Dismounting of the trigger bar
- Dismounting of the trigger

Dismounting of the frame (4)

- Dismounting of the disconnector and ejector
- Disassembly of the magazine
- Index of the parts (both models)

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (1)

- Chambering of a cartridge
- Inspection of the magazine lips
- Cartridge pushed against the feed ramp
- Cartridge rim engaged by the extractor claw
- Cocking of the hammer

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (2)

- Functioning of the trigger mechanism
- Camming action of the sear pivot pin
- Trigger bar deflected downwards
- Disconnection of the trigger bar

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (3)

- The grip safety explained
- Manual safety of the .32 ACP model

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (4)

- Firing cycle (explosion)
- Percussion of the cartridge primer
- Early stage of the slide recoil
- Extraction and ejection
- Slide retained by the holdopen latch

Reassembly of the frame

- Re-installation of the disconnector, ejector, and trigger
- Re-installation of the trigger bar
- Re-installation of the sear
- Re-installation of the mainspring housing
- Re-installation of the grip safety and lanyard ring
- Re-installation of the hammer and strut

The origins of the Femaru M37 pistol

- Rudolf Frommer (1868-1936)
- Frommer pistol model 1901
- Frommer pistol model 1906
- Frommer pistol model 1910
- Frommer STOP
- Frommer BABY (.32 ACP)
- Frommer LILIPUT (.25 ACP)

Evolution and production of the Femaru M37

- Frommer Model 29 pistol
- Femaru Model 37 pistol in .380 ACP
- Serial number ranges
- The C-prefix variation of the model 37M.
- Usual markings found on the .380 caliber version
- Femaru Model 37 pistol in .32 ACP
- First to fifth variants
- German markings

 

Ebook screen prints
  

Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained
Hungarian Femaru (Frommer) pistol Model 37 explained

 

 


 



 

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