Bayard pistol 1908 explained

Field dismounting of the Bayard 1908 pistol
Advanced dismounting of the slide
- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the firing pin plug
- Dismounting of the firing pin
Advanced dismounting of the frame (I)
- Dismounting of the trigger assembly
- Dismounting of the trigger connector
- Dismounting the rest pin
- Dismounting the automatic safety
- Correct positioning of the automatic safety return spring
Advanced dismounting of the frame (II)
- Dismounting of the hammer and main spring
- Dismounting the main spring plunger
- Hammer reinstalling tip
- Dismounting of the sear
- Dismounting of the manual safety
Advanced dismounting of the frame (III)
- Dismounting of the magazine catch
- Possible dismounting of the safety index spring
- Dismounting the recoil buffer components
- Possible dismounting of the rear grip strap
- Dismounting of the magazine
- Cutaway view of the pistol
- Parts legend
Functioning of the Bayard 1908 pocket pistol (I)
- Chambering of a cartridge
- Lower edge of the breech face
- Lowering of the hammer by the breechblock
- Breech face pushing the cartridge out of the magazine
- Feeding ramp
- Cartridge groove under the extractor claw
- How the slide is retained on the frame
Functioning of the Bayard 1908 pocket pistol (II)
- Functioning of the trigger mechanism
- Connector and disconnector functioning
- Recoil of blowback type
- Early stage of the recoil
- Full recoil and ejection of the cartridge case
- Recoil buffer functioning
The safeties of the Bayard 1908 pocket pistol
- The automatic safety explained
- The manual safety explained
- Safety lever used as cocking indicator
Markings on the Bayard 1908 pocket pistol
- The serial number
- The Belgian proof markings
- The German military proof markings
- Markings relating to the producer
- Markings relating to the caliber
The different models of the Bayard 1908 pocket pistol
- Early models with safety lever guiding rib
- Magazine of early type
- Early models without safety lever guiding rib
- 1914 Pieper catalogue
- Early buffer components
- Early trigger connector attachment
- Later post-1914 models
- Particularities of the 6.35mm model
- Luxury models
Headlines of Pieper firm and production (I)
- Henri Pieper the firm founder
- Commercial catalogue of 1914
- Shotgun production
- Shotgun action casing and lock
- Shotgun models with external hammers
- Replacement parts of the hammer shotguns
Headlines of Pieper firm and production (II)
- Hammerless shotgun models
- Replacement parts of the hammerless shotguns
- Semi-automatic carbines Model 1912 in .22 caliber
- Replacement parts of the semi-automatic carbine
- Semi-automatic pistol in .22 caliber
- Bergmann Bayard semi-automatic pistol in 9mm caliber
- Pieper Bayard Model 1923
- Actionless shotgun

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