By Brian J. Heard
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The bullet wound was black and the defence counsel were of the opinion that this was caused ‘by the bullet rotating so fast that it had burnt the flesh to carbon’. This was extremely easy to refute as the barrel of the weapon concerned had a 1 in 10″ rate of twist, which means that the bullet rotated once in every 10 in. of travel. As the wound on the arm was barely 2 in. in length, the bullet would not have made more than 15 of a rotation during that distance. 11). 11 Gutter wound to forearm. 13 15 The revolver A revolver is a weapon with a revolving cylinder containing a number of firing chambers (basically a revolving magazine) which may be successively lined up and discharged through a single barrel.
75″ of rearward travel before unlocking. It then operates as a normal self-loading pistol. • Long recoil, in which the barrel and breech block are locked together for the full distance of the recoil stroke. After reaching the end of its travel, the barrel is then unlocked and pushed forward by spring action ejecting the spent cartridge during its forward motion. 16 Bolt-action rifle. 17 Self-loading rifle. 18 Pump-action rifle. block begins its forward motion reloading a fresh cartridge into the chamber and cocking the action.
32 Hungarian proof marks. T. 33 Italian proof marks. 34 Japanese arsenal/proof marks. 35 Russian proof marks. 36 Russian federation proof marks. 41 42 CH1 FIREARMS Further Reading Blackmore, H. (1965) Guns of the World, Batsford Press, London. Blair, C. (1968) Pistols of the World, Batsford Press, London. A. (1981) History and Development of Small Arms Ammunition, I–III, Armory Press, Missoula, MT, USA. HMSO (1929) Textbook of Small Arms, His Majesty’s Stationery Office, London. H. (1962) Firearms Identification, I, II & III, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.