Hi Power P35

 

Patent Description

My invention relates to automatic firearms of that description in which all operations of the mechanism, except that of the trigger, are automatically effected by the energy of recoil of movable parts. A main object of the present invention is to provide an automatic pistol of this character which is strong, simple in construction, accurate, reliable and safe in operation, and easy and economical of manufacture. This object is attained by . simplifying the mechanism employed in firearms of this class by providing a novel improved construction and coordination of certain members of the. mechanism, thereby enabling these parts to perform several distinct functions and thus reducing the .number of component parts and by giving to all parts such form and organizing them in such manner that they may be readily assembled or disassembled without requiring the use of any tools or accessories.

Other and further objects and advantages of my new improvements will appear from the specifications and drawings in which I show and describe an automatic pistol incorporating my improvements in a preferred form. Also the utility and value of some of my improvements are. not limited to their use in an automatic pistol but they are equally valuable and useful in any automatic firearm of the recoil operated type. in the accompanying drawings: Fin. I is a front view of the forward portion of the frame, the breech slide and the barrel of a pistol embodying my new improvements. Fig. 2 is a left hand side elevation of said Fig. 3 is a central vertical longitudinal section through the forward portion of the arm, showing the barrel and breech slide in their forward locked position, and the trio. trey in its normal position. Certain of the parts are shown in elevation. Fig. 4 shows the trigger and the parts mounted thereon detached, in a front view and in a left hand side view; in the side view, the rear portion of the trigger is shown in a vertical longitudinal section. Fig. 5 is a central vertical longitudinal section of a portion of the frame, including the trigger, showing the trigger elevation and in position for bodily down ward movement to withdraw it from its seat in the frame, the barrel having been removed from the frame.

Fig. 6 is a central vertical longitudinal section through the upper portion of the arm, showing the barrel and breech slide in their rearward positions, and the trigger in its normal position. Certain of the parts are shown in elevation. Fig. 7 is R. bottom view of the breech slide with the breech bolt in place in the rear portion of said slide. Fig. 8 is a. top view of the frame, showing the cartridge magazine, having a cartridge remaining therein, in. its seat in the frame and Mao showing the slide stop in its relation to the magazine follower. :Fig. 0 is a central vertical longitudinal section through a portion of the arm, showing the movable parts in the position they occupy at the instant when a shell is being ejected; in this view the forward portion of the breech bolt is vertically sectioned in the plane of the ejector and the ejector with the part of the frame with which it is integrally formed are shown in elevation. Fig. 10 shows the ejector and the part of the frame with which it is integrally formed, detached, in a top view, in a left hand side view and in a front view. Fig. 11 is a left hand side view of the E magazine detached.

Fig. 12 is a central vertical longitudinal section through the upper rear portion of the arm, showing? the barrel, breech slide and breech bolt in their forward position and the firing pin in the unlocked position, certain of the parts being shown in elevation. Fig. 13 is a central vertical longitudinal section through the upper rear portion of the arm, showing the breech slide and breech bolt some distance rearward of their forward. position and the firing .pin and sear in the cocked .position. Certain of the parts are shown in elevation. Fig. 14 is a central vertical longitudinal section through the upper rear portion of the frame, as seen from the right, showing the breech bolt. in its forward position and showing also the connections between the trigger and the sear. Certain parts are shown in elevation.