Revision as of 02:18, 29 November 2012 by MAE 277 2012 - Group 14
Cause for Corrosive Action
|1||Starting with the empty frame with the orange barrel,manuever the chamber (indicated by the yellow box) into the frame, as is shown in the picture.
|2||Place the four trigger links into the frame (as in picture A) and place the trigger into the frame. Screw the components into place, indicated by the blue boxes (as in picture B), and connect the spring, indicated by the yellow box, to the component.
|3||Now, take the other frame and slide it into place. Then screw in the eleven screws into the frame, indicated by the blue boxes. Now you can put the butt cap, indicated by the green cap, onto the frame finally, take the two parts to the cocking handle and snap them in place and screw in the 5 screws, indicated by the orange boxes.
|4||You now have a complete gun.|
|5||After close observation and awkward placement of a screwdriver, it is possible to remove the chamber from the gun. Now you can see how the chamber and it's components work together and how they connect to the rest of the gun.
|6||To take apart the drum, take out the 6 screws on the top of the drum (indicated by the white boxes and arrow) and remove the orange stem and black cap. Upon removing the orange stem, a spring and orange cap will be released. Take out the 4 screws on the bottom cover (indicate by the white boxes in picture B) and remove the bottom cover
|7||Now you can see the components that make up the trigger for the reloading mechanism. Taking off the spring (indicated by the yellow box) lets the reloading trigger (indicated by the purple box) free. You can now take the trigger, spring, and rod (indicated by the blue box) off. Now, take out the 6 screws (indicated by the white boxes) and take off the black lid.
|8||You should not have the components shown in pictures A and B.||A)B)|
|9||By taking out the 4 screws (indicated by the white boxes) on the orange lid, you will release the 3 other springs and spring caps. Your result should like look picture B.
|10||Once you remove the springs, you have an empty barrel and you can see the design that is intended to keep the disc bullets in place.|