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Number: 42/28
Name: Firearms > Breech loading > Swinging breechblock > Downward and rearward
Description: The breech-block being pivoted at its rear end, its front end swings downward and to the rear to uncover the breech.










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42/29 Magazine 5


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8234807 High feed ramp for colt 1911 style handguns Aug. 7, 2012
7849623 Muzzleloading rifle with rolling block trigger assembly Dec. 14, 2010
7201094 Firearm with enhanced recoil and control characteristics Apr. 10, 2007
7065913 Muzzle-loading firearm with pivoting block action Jun. 27, 2006
6718680 Semiautomatic handgun having multiple safeties Apr. 13, 2004
4444088 Auto-fire assembly for industrial shotgun Apr. 24, 1984











 
 
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