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Description

Démontage du revolver Colt "New Service" (I)
- Démontage du barillet et support de barillet
- Accès au mécanisme de détente
- Explosé des pièces
Démontage du revolver Colt "New Service" (II)
- Démontage du ressort principal
- Démontage du levier de rebondissement
Démontage du revolver Colt "New Service" (III)
- Démontage du mécanisme de détente
- Démontage du mécanisme de sécurité
- Remplacement d'un ressort
Démontage du revolver Colt "New Service" (IV)

- Démontage des pièces du chien
- Démontage du barillet et de son support
- Clé Brownells pour démontage du rochet
- Clé Brownells pour démontage du manchon
Fonctionnement du revolver Colt "New Service" (I)

- Chargement et déchargement
- Loquet de verrouillage du barillet
- Verrou du support de barillet
Fonctionnement du revolver Colt "New Service" (II)

- Tir en mode simple action
- Fonctionnement du levier de rebondissement
- Action du linguet sur le rochet
- Tir en mode double action
Les sécurités du revolver Colt "New Service" (I)
- Le chien rebondissant
- Le verrouillage de positionnement du barillet
Les sécurités du revolver Colt "New Service" (II)
- La sécurité de chien "Colt Positive Safety"
- La sécurité de fermeture du barillet
Les premiers revolvers Colt à double action
- Premiers revolvers double action européens
- Brevet de William Mason pour le revolver Colt 1878 DA
- Modèles 1877 "Lightning" & "Thunderer"
- Caractéristiques techniques du modèle 1877
- Modèles 1878 DA Army & Frontier
- Le revolver Colt 1902 "ALASKAN" U.S.
Les premiers revolvers Colt à barillet tombant
- Brevets US de William Mason (249.649 & 250.375)
- Brevet US de Carl Ehbets (303.135)
- Brevet US de Horace Lord (303.172)
- Brevet US de Carl Ehbets (303.827)
- Brevet US de Carl Ehbets (392.503)
Les revolvers Colt "New Army" et "New Navy" DA

- Revolver Colt modèle 1889 en calibre .38
- Vue interne du modèle 1892
- Brevet US de F.B. Felton (535.097)
- Vue interne du modèle 1894
- Modèle 1896 "New Army"
- Modèle 1903 "New Army"
- Revolver Colt modèle 1905 "Marine Corps"
Les différents revolvers Colt "New Service" DA
- Colt "New Pocket"
- Colt "New Service" première production
- Colt "New Service" modèle 1909
- Colt "New Service" modèle 1917
- Colt "New Service" pour l'armée anglaiseDismantling the Colt revolver "New Service" (I)
- Removing the cylinder and barrel support
- Access to the trigger mechanism
- Exploded Parts
Dismantling the Colt revolver "New Service" (II)
- Removing the main spring
- Removing the lever rebound
Dismantling the Colt revolver "New Service" (III)
- Removing the trigger mechanism
- Removing the safety mechanism
- Replacement of a spring
Dismantling the Colt revolver "New Service" (IV)

- Removing parts of the dog
- Removing the cylinder and its support
- Brownells wrench for removing the ratchet
- Brownells wrench for removing the sleeve
Operation of the Colt revolver "New Service" (I)

- Loading and unloading
- Latch lock barrel
- Lock the support barrel
Operation of the Colt revolver "New Service" (II)

- Shooting in single mode of action
- Lever operation twist
- Action on the ratchet pawl
- Shooting in double action method
The safety of the Colt revolver "New Service" (I)
- The rebounding hammer
- Positioning of the locking cylinder
The safety of the Colt revolver "New Service" (II)
- Safety Dog "Colt Positive Safety"
- The safety closure of the barrel
The first Colt double action
- First European dual action revolvers
- Certificate of William Mason for the Colt revolver in 1878 AD
- Model 1877 "Lightning" & "Thunderer"
- Specifications of 1877 Model
- Model 1878 DA Army and Frontier
- The Colt 1902 revolver "ALASKAN" U.S.
The first Colt revolvers barrel falling
- U.S. Patents of William Mason (249649 & 250375)
- U.S. Patent Carl Ehbets (303135)
- U.S. Patent Horace Lord (303172)
- U.S. Patent Carl Ehbets (303827)
- U.S. Patent Carl Ehbets (392503)
The Colt "New Army" and "New Navy" DA

- Revolver Colt model 1889 .38 caliber
- Inside view of the 1892 model
- Patent US F.B. Felton (535097)
- Inside view of the 1894 model
- Model 1896 "New Army"
- Model 1903 "New Army"
- Revolver Colt Model 1905 "Marine Corps"
Different Colt "New Service" DA
- Colt "New Pocket"
- Colt "New Service" first production
- Colt "New Service" 1909 model
- Colt "New Service" model in 1917
- Colt "New Service" for the British Army

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