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Colt New Line revolvers

Colt New Line revolvers explained

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Ebook's Content

Field dismounting of the Colt New Line revolver

- Schematic of the Colt New Line caliber .38RF early model
- Cylinder axis pin bolt in the big calibers
- Fine adjustment of the "go through" cylinder axis pin bolt
- Cylinder axis pin bolt of the small calibers
- Withdrawal of the cylinder out of the frame
- Lowering of the cylinder stop piece

Advance dismounting of the Colt New Line revolver (1)

- Dismounting of the grip plates
- Material of the grip plates
- Removal of the side cover plate
- Detachment of the hand spring
- Disconnection of the main spring from the hammer
- Unscrewing of the trigger axis screw

Advance dismounting of the Colt New Line revolver (2)

- Removal of the hand
- Removal of the hammer
- Removal of the main spring
- Dismounting of the trigger
- Trigger of the first type with two leaf springs
- Trigger of the second type with a single leaf spring

Advance dismounting of the Colt New Line revolver (3)

- Removal of the cylinder stop of first type
- Removal of the cylinder stop of second type
- Dismounting of the loading gate
- Interlocking of the loading gate axis pin with the axis pin of the cylinder stop
- Reassembly tips
- Colt New Line of the first type in caliber .30RF (index of parts)
- Colt New Line of the second type in caliber .38RF (index of parts)

Functioning of the Colt New Line revolver (1)

- Rimfire or center-fire ignition
- Loading cartridges in the chambers
- Release of the cylinder for loading (first type)
- Release of the cylinder for loading (second type)

Functioning of the Colt New Line revolver (2)

- Why a cylinder stop of the second type ?
- Shooter's finger preventing the stop piece to easily rotate downward
- Shooting with a Colt New Line revolver
- Newly made reloadable shells
- 41RF test kit
- 380CF Long test kit
- Source to find RF and CF cartridges components
- Safety of the Colt New Line revolver

Functioning of the Colt New Line revolver (3)

- Rotation of the cylinder by the hammer hand
- Lines of drag of the stop piece on the surface of the cylinder
- Hand's upper portion preventing counterclockwise return of the cylinder
- Falling of the hammer from its cock notch (first type)
- Traces of wear on the left arm extremity of the stop piece
- Falling of the hammer from its cock notch (second type)
- Beveled area on the right side of the hammer
- Interaction of the hammer stud with the cylinder stop piece

Markings found on the Colt New Line revolvers (1)

- Usual locations of the serial number
- Colt firm markings
- Caliber mention markings

Markings found on the Colt New Line revolvers (2)

- Patent markings
- Colt inspectors markings
- Foreign proof marks
- English Proof mark and View mark
- B. Kittredge & Co markings
- F. J. Baker of London marking
- L. CHOBERT ARQR 16 R. LAFAYETTE PARIS
- Henri FAURE LEPAGE PARIS

Evolution of the Colt New Line model (1)

- Colt New Line revolver in caliber .22 (first and second type)
- Production of the New Line in caliber .22
- Colt New Line revolver in caliber .30RF (second type only)
- Production of the New Line in caliber .30
- Rare barrel of 1 1/2" length
- Colt New Line revolver in caliber .32RF and .32CF (Both types)
- Production of the New Line in caliber .32 rimfire and center-fire

Evolution of the Colt New Line model (2)

- Colt New Line revolver in caliber .38RF and .38CF (Both types)
- Various barrel lengths
- Production of the New Line in caliber .38 rimfire and center-fire
- Colt New Line revolver in caliber .41RF and .41CF (Both types)
- Various barrel lengths
- Production of the New Line in caliber .41 rimfire and center-fire

Evolution of the Colt New Line model (3)

- Colt New Line House
- Colt New Line Police

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Colt New Line revolvers explained
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Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained
Colt New Line revolvers explained