Delays when shooting a pistol

Pistol with proper handling, careful care and saving is a reliable and reliable weapon. However, during long-term work, due to wear of parts and mechanisms, and more often with careless handling and inattentive care, there may be delays when shooting.

To prevent delays when firing a pistol and to ensure the safety of its work, you must:

  • to properly prepare the gun for firing;
  • inspect, clean and lubricate the gun in a timely manner and in compliance with all rules; especially carefully monitor the cleaning and lubrication of the rubbing parts of the gun;
  • timely repair;
  • inspect cartridges before shooting;
  • defective, rusty and dirty shooting cartridges do not use;
  • during firing and while moving to protect the gun from pollution and strikes;
  • if the pistol is fiercely cold before shooting, then before loading it you must repeatedly release the bolt with your hand and release, and after each lead and release the bolt you must pull the trigger by pressing the tail of the trigger.

If there is still a delay when shooting, then it should be eliminated. reloading the gun (cocked and released bolt carrier – Ed.).

If the delay by reloading is not eliminated, then it is necessary to find out the reason for the delay, and eliminate it, as indicated below.

Types of delays when shooting, causes and ways to eliminate them

Type of fault Causes of delays Ways to eliminate them
1. Misfire. The shutter is in the extreme forward position, the trigger is released, but the shot did not happen. 1. The cartridge primer is faulty.
2. Thickening of lubrication or contamination of the channel under the drummer
3. Small output of the drummer or nick in the striker.
1. Reload the gun and continue shooting.
2. Inspect and clean the gun.
3. Poison the gun in the workshop.
2. Undercover of the cartridge shutter. The shutter stopped before reaching the extreme front position; the trigger cannot be released. 1. Pollution of the chamber, the grooves of the frame, the cup of the bolt.
2. Difficult movement of the ejector due to contamination of the ejector spring or the socket.
1. Send the bolt forward with a jerk of the hand and continue shooting.
2. Inspect and clean the gun.
3. Failure or non-promotion of the cartridge from the store in the chamber. The shutter is in the front position, but there is no cartridge in the chamber; the shutter stopped in the middle position with the cartridge, not sending him into the chamber. 1. Contamination of the magazine and moving parts of the gun.
2. The curvature of the upper edges of the store body.
1. Reload the gun and continue shooting.
2. Clean the gun and magazine.
3. Replace the failed magazine.
4. Sticking (pinching) of the cartridge case. The sleeve is not thrown out through the window in the bolt and is wedged between the bolt and the breech cut. 1. Contamination of the moving parts of the gun. 1. Throw away the liner and continue shooting.
2. Send the gun to the workshop.
5. Automatic shooting. 1. Thickening of lubrication or contamination of parts of the firing mechanism.
2. Wear a cocking hammer or nozzle whispered.
3. Loose or broken spring whispered.
4. Touching the shelf ledge of the tooth guard whispered.
1. Inspect and clean the gun.
2. Send the gun to the workshop.


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