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July 2, 1963
E. BARN-:Ls
3,095,781
REPEATER-TYPE COOKING FIRING MECHANISM FOR GUNS
Filed July 25, 1961
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Patented `luly 2, 1963
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REPEATER-TYPE COCKING FIRING
MECHANISM FOR GUNS
Erich Barteis, Ratingen, near Dusseldorf, Germany, as
signer to Firma Rheinmetall G.m.h.H., Dusseldorf,
Germany
Fiied .luiy 25, 1961, Ser. No. 127,454
Claims priority, appiication Germany .luly 29, 1960
1 Claim. (Cl. â9-27)
The invention relates to a repeater-type cocking firing
along forwardly when the tension of the spring is relaxed.
This cap-like sleeve moreover has an outwardly directed
ñanged rim which serves as an abutment tor the spring.
Owing to the use of only a single spring, the repeater
type cocking tiring mechanism according to the inven
tion has the advantage that operating trouble which
otherwise occurs when a plurality of springs is employed
is substantially reduced. Furthermore, the relatively
large space which is otherwise required for accommodat
10 ing a return spring is saved. Moreover, this firing mech
mechanism for firearms, more Vparticularly guns, having
anism can be fitted in breeches having very small cross
sections. Y Apart from a recess Yfor the ñringnmechanism,
a striker adapted to be retracted into the cocked position Y
only an outwardly leading bore for the ñring spindle is
by means of a firing spindle or the like and flying for
also required in the breech. In addition to this, the ñr
ing mechanism according to the invention forms a self
contained structural unit which can be fitted and removed
ward into the operative position on firing through spring
force. The invention differs from the constructions here
tofore known above all in that the cocking and release of
the striker and the return thereof to the inoperative posi
tion is obtained with a single spring, the firing mechanism,
as one whole.
Details of the invention will appear from the follow
ing description of the embodiment illustrated in the
with the exception of the bore for the firing spindle, being 20 drawing, in which:
accommodated in a single recess.
FIGURE 1 shows the repeater-type cocking firing
According to the invention, the spring is arranged be
mechanism in the inoperative position, partly in elevation
tween two spring abutments, at least one of which can be
and partly in longitudinal section, together with a part
shifted towards the other for the purpose of tensioning
of the breech;
the spring by actuating the tiring spindle and, on the 25 FIGURE 2 shows the repeating cocking firing mech
relaxation of the spring on firing, projects the striker for
anism in the cocked position, partly in longitudinal sec
ward rapidly into the Yoperative position.
tion and partly in elevation, together with a part of the
In a preferred embodiment according to the invention,
both the spring bearings are arranged on the striker so as
breech;
FIGURE 3 shows the repeating cocking mechanism
to be movable axially towards one another and, for the 30 after ñring, and
purpose of tensioning the spring, are moved towards one
FIGURE 4 is a view of FIGURE 1 in the direction of
another by turning the firing spindle in one direction. In
this process, the firing spindle car-ries the striker back into
a cocked position at the same time. To this end, the
striker has a shoulder referred to as the cocking piece
the arrow A.
In the breech 1 there is the bore 2 which serves to
accommodate the repeating cocking firing mechanism
constructed according to the invention. Said tiring mech
anism contains the striker '3 with the point 4 inserted
and the firing spindle has two projections, namely a so
called pressure projection and a cocking projection. Of
therein. Mounted on the rear end of the striker 3 and
these projections, the cocking projection serves to retract
fixed detachably by means of a retaining pin 5 is the so
the striker into the cocked position by means of the cock
called cocking piece 6. This cocking piece contains a
ing piece. In this process, the striker then shifts the front 40 cocking latch ’7 which is located transversely of the longi
spring abutment surrounding it towards the rear one,
tudinal axis of the striker 3 and eccentrically with respect
which is moved forwardly by the pressure projection.
thereto and has two projections S, 9. 'Ihe cocking piece
Moreover, between the pressure projection and the
moreover contains a pressure pin 10 which is arranged
rear spring abutment there is a pressure piece mounted
so that it is parallel and eccentric with respect to the
loosely on the striker.
longitudinal axis of the striker 3. This pressure pin is
As a further feature of the invention, a cocking latch
supported by its rear end against the projection 8 of the
is rotatable in the cocking piece and the cocking projec
cocking latch 7 and by its front end, in the inoperative
tion presses against said cocking latch during the ten
position according to FIGURE l, against a disc 13 placed
sioning of the spring and thereby shifts the cocking piece
loosely on the pressure piece 14. Owing to this support
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together with the striker and the front spring abutment
ing action, the cocking latch 7 is held in the inoperative
into the cocked position. Moreover, a pressure pin which
position. 'I'he disc 13 serves as an abutment for the sole
is axially movable and parallel and eccentric with respect
spring 111, which surrounds the striker 3. The other abut
to the longitudinal axis of the striker is provided in the
ment is formed by a cap-like sleeve 12 which is mounted
cocking piece for the purpose of turning the cocking
to be axially movable on the striker 3 and has its base
latch in front of the cocking projection of the firing 55 engaging behind an annular shoulder on said striker.
spindle when the rear spring abutment strikes against the
Said sleeve has a rim widened `outwardly in the form of
front end face lof the pressure pin. In this Way, the pres
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ñange or collar and against which the spring `11 is sup
sure pin turns the cocking latch into its inoperative posi
ported. The pressure piece y14 rests against the other side
tion by means of a projection thereon, whereby a second
projection extending from the cocking latch arrives in 60 of the disc 13 by means of let-in pins 14’ or projecting
studs, said pressure piece being loosely mounted on the
front of the cocking projection of the firing spindle. This
striker 3. At right angles to the longitudinal axis of the
projection then serves to shift the cocking piece together
striker 3 and thereby of the bore 2 there is provided in
with the striker into the cocked position by means of the
the breech 1 a bore 15 in which the firing spindle 16 is
cocking projection when the firing mechanism is cocked.
'Ilse rear abutment for the sole spring takes the form 65 rotatably mounted, said ñring spindle having at its outer
end a cocking lever 17 having an eye 18 to which the fir
of an annular disc having its surface remote from the
spring resting against pins mounted on the pressure piece
or raised portions projecting therefrom, for example
ing lanyard 19 is attached. At the other end of the firing
spindle 16 are a pressure projection 20 and a cocking
studs. The front spring abutment is advantageously a
projection 21. In the inoperative position according to
cap-like sleeve which has its end or base surface sur 70 FIGURE l, the pressure projection 20 of the firing
rounding the striker in the form of a ring resting against
spindle |16 rests against that side of the pressure piece 14
an annular shoulder of the striker and thereby carries it
which is remote from the disc 13, while the cocking pro
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jection 21 is located in front of the front face of the
projection 9 of the cooking latch 7.
To limit the stroke of the cooking lever ‘17, a shoulder
or surface 22 is provided on the breech i1. To secure the
carried back again to the inoperative position shown in
FIGURE l and, owing to the striking of the disc 13
against the pressure pin 10, the cooking latch 7 is turned
by means of the latter and the‘projection 8 in a counter
tiri-ng spindle 16 against dropping out lof the breech 1,
clockwise direction in its bearing in the cooking piece 6,
said spindle has on its periphery an annular groove 23 in
which a retaining pin 24 engages.
so that the projection 9 of said cooking latch again ar
rives in front of the cooking projection 21 of the tiring
spindle 16. All the parts of the repeater-type cooking
tiring mechanism are now again in the inoperative posi
If the tiring mechanism is to be cocked, the cooking
lever 17 is drawn in a clockwise direction by pulling on
the firing lanyard 19, as shown in FIGURE 1, ,until it 10 tion. The gun can now be tired again.
strikes against the stop ZZ. `Owing to the pull, the tiring
The invention is not limited to the embodiment illus
spindle is turned correspondingly in the bore 15 in the
breech 1. In this process, the pressure projection 20l of
said spindle urges the pressure piece 14 to the right, i.e.
trated and described. Thus, the repeating iìring mech
the projection 9 ot the cooking latch 7 and thereby moves
the cooking piece `6, in which the cooking latch 7 is
initiating firing or release.
What I claim is:
mounted, .to the left, so that the striker 3, which is con
nected to the cooking piece 6, is likewise shifted to the
left and carries with it the sleeve 12 serving as an abut
ticularly guns, comprising a breech having a bore there
in, a sleeve secured in one end of the bore, a striker slid
ment »for the spring 111, whereby the spring 111 is
ably mounted in the bore and in the sleeve and having
tensioned.
a ñring pin at one end thereof, «a disc mounted on the
As will be apparent from the foregoing description,
the spring is tensioned from both ends, namely on the
pression spring around the striker abutting against the
anism may also be employed as an automatic cooking de
. vice if the tiring spindle 16 and the cooking latch 7 are
forwardly, while its cooking projection `'211 strikes against 15 exchanged and an additionalv pressure pin is fitted for
„ Repeater cooking mechanism for firearms, more par
striker and sl-idable with respect thereto, a single corn
one hand owing to thev fact that the disc '13‘ is moved to 25 sleeve at one end and the -disc »at the other end, a oook
the Iright by the pressure projection 1Z0i and the pressure
ing piece secured» on the other end of the striker to be
piece 14 and, lon the other hand, `owing to the fact that
the sleeve 12 is moved to the left by the cooking projec
tion 21, the projection 9, the cooking piece 6 and the
striker 3 with its point 4.
In the cocked state, all the parts are in the position
shown in lFIC‘rURE 2. At the same instant when the
lever 17 strikes against the stop 22, the cooking projec- '
tion 21 slides over and beyond the projection 9 of the
cooking latch 7. Under the action of the tensioning force
of the spring 11, which is further increased by the pres
sure projection 20, the striker 3 equipped with the point
4 now flies forwardly onto the percussion cap, which is
not shown in the drawing. This position will be seen in
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FIGURE 3.
By terminating the pull on the ñring lanyard 19 and
thereby on the lever 17, the tiring spindle 16 is turned
back by means of the spring 11 by way of the disc 13,
the pressure piece 14 and the pressure projection 20. In
this process, the returning pressure piece 14, by means of 45
slida-bly movable therewith, a member having a project
ing part and a cooking part operative against the disc and
the cooking piece, means to operate the member to com
press the spring to a cooking position of the striker for
the iii-ing position and to force the striker back to its
initial inoperative position, a cooking latch rotatably
mounted in the cooking piece and having two projections,
and a pressure pin provided parallel and eccentric with
respect to the longitudinal axis of the striker with one
end contacting one of the projections of the cooking
latch with the other projection of the cooking piece con
tacting the projecting part of the member in the cooking
position.
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References Cited in the file of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
710,124
Tasker _____________ _.. Sept. 30, 1902
its back, urges the cooking piece <6 to the left, whereby
y1,469,663
Leech ______________ _'__ Oct. 2, 1923
the striker- f3 and striker point 4 connected thereto are
1,795,568
McCann ____________ __ Mar. 10, 1931
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