“Rotary tamping-bar” Revolver

Revolver non identified resembling a Hermann.

In the absence of any indication allowing determining its creator and of any patent giving him a name, we will call it “rotary tamping-bar Revolver”.

The ingeniousness of the system is astonishing. At rest the lever is blocked under the barrel, parallel with this one, by a small pin being placed in a print milled in the lower part of the barrel.

When one frees this lever towards the left, it swivels and involves the rotation of the axis which moves at the same time in the barrel.

Mechanically that gives a considerable force of thorough in housing, indeed one replaced the simple movement in a movement whose arm of lever is added to that of the propeller, which gears down the push.




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