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Pump gun










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #7269918.

A pump gun is disclosed having a loading and firing mechanism which comprises a cartridge stop lever (21), that is not connected to the hammer, interacts with the cocking slide (22) associated with the cartridge magazine and is susceptible to rocking movements on an intermediate pin (30) between an operating interception position of a first cartridge in the magazine, when the cocking slide is in a retracted work position, and an idle release position of the same cartridge from the magazine tube, when the cocking slide is in the forward rest position.








 
 
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