Belgian Clement pistol model 1909 explained

Field stripping of the Clement 1909 pistol
- Removal of the magazine from the grip
- Dismounting of the barrel unit
- Dismounting of the breechblock
- Inspection of the grip rear aperture
Advanced dismounting of the Clement 1909 pistol (1)
- Dismounting of the grip plates
- Dismounting of the trigger unit
- Dismounting of the mainspring housing latch
- Dismounting of the mainspring housing
- Dismounting of the manual safety
Advanced dismounting of the Clement 1909 pistol (2)
- Dismounting of the multipurpose spring
- Dismounting of the magazine latch
- Dismounting of the internal hammer
- Dismounting of the sear
- Dismounting of the trigger guard
Advanced dismounting of the Clement 1909 pistol (3)
- Dismounting of the recoil spring
- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the firing pin
- Dismounting of the ejector
- Index of the pistol parts
Functioning of the Clement 1909 pistol (1)
- Horizontal travel of the breechblock
- Firing pin tip protruding beyond the breech face
- Horizontal travel of the trigger
Functioning of the Clement 1909 pistol (2)
- Interaction of the sear with the hammer
- Interaction of the trigger with the sear
- Interaction of the hammer with the trigger bar
Functioning of the Clement 1909 pistol (3)
- Calibers and magazine of the Clement 1909 pistol
- Chambering of a cartridge
- Upwards pushing of the cartridges column inside the magazine
- Cartridge pushed toward the chamber
Functioning of the Clement 1909 pistol (4)
- Functioning of the manual safety
- Hammer stuck in abutment against the safety spindle
- Breechblock prevented to move fully rearwards
- Percussion of the cartridge primer
- Explosion of the cartridge
- Disconnection of the trigger bar
Functioning of the Clement 1909 pistol (5)
- Extraction and ejection of the cartridge case
- Reconnection of the trigger bar with the sear
The Clement pistol model 1903
- 5 mm Clement cartridge
- Charola y Anitua pistol in caliber 5 mm
- Clement 1903 mechanism
- Variations of the Clement 1903 pistol
- First variation (larger groove at the front)
- Second variation (groove at the front of common size)
- Third variation (change in the wording of the firm marking)
- Adapted to the .25 ACP caliber
The Clement pistols models 1907 and 1908
- Mechanism of the Clement pistol model 1907
- Designed for calibers .25 ACP and .32 ACP
- Breechblock with slightly projecting flanks
- Breechblock with flat flanks
- Clement transitional 1907-1908
- Clement pistol model 1908
- Clement model 1908 internal mechanism
The Clement pistols models 1909 and 1912
- Clement pistol 1909 in caliber .25 ACP
- Variations of the barrel length
- U.S. patent #970307 of 09/13/1910
- Clement model 1912 in calibers .25 ACP and .32 ACP
- Clement "Fulgor" 1912
- Clement Model 1912 in .32 ACP
- Model 1912 with the top of the slide cut off
- Prototype of model 1912 in caliber 9mm
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