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1. (WO2017186195) A FIREARM

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/186195    International Application No.:    PCT/CZ2017/000027
Publication Date: Fri Nov 03 00:59:59 CET 2017 International Filing Date: Fri Apr 21 01:59:59 CEST 2017
IPC: F41A 3/72
Applicants: CESKA ZBROJOVKA A.S.
Inventors: SIMEK, Vladimir
Title: A FIREARM
Abstract:
The firearm comprises a firearm housing (1) connected to the barrel assembly (2), a firearm breech (3) mounted in the housing (1) and connected to a spring for forcing the breech (3) to its initial shooting position, a tensioning lever (11), a tensioning lever (11) carrier (4) that is connected to the tensioning lever (11) and arranged for common linear movement in the axial direction of the firearm with the tensioning lever (11) in and against the shooting direction. The tensioning lever (11) contains the first latch (6) and lever part (7) wherein the first latch (6) is arranged for controlled movement by means of manual control of the lever part (7) from the first position - shooting position, wherein the first latch (6) is engaged with the barrel assembly (2), fixing the tensioning lever (11) to the barrel assembly (2), to the second position, wherein this engagement is disconnected and the tensioning lever (11) can move in the said axial direction against the shooting direction. The carrier (4) comprises the second latch (5) arranged in such a way that when the first latch (6) is in the said first position, the second latch (5) is out of engagement with the breech (3), so the breech (3), during its movement against the shooting direction caused by the shot, is not connected to the carrier (4), and when the tensioning lever (11) is outside the shooting position and touches the breech (3) at the same time, the second latch (5) is in engagement with the breech (3) and the tensioning lever (11) is thus fixed to the breech (3). The carrier (4) is further arranged for controlled movement in the said axial direction by means of manual control of the lever part (7 ).