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Field dismounting of the Walther Model 4 pistol
- Reassembling tips
- Parts diagram
Advanced dismounting of the slide
- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the firing pin
Advanced dismounting of the receiver (I)
- Uncovering the internal mechanism
- Dismounting of the trigger bar
- Dismounting of the magazine catch and hammer spring
- Dismounting of the barrel
Advanced dismounting of the receiver (II)
- Dismounting of the hammer
- Dismounting of the safety lever and sear
- Reassembling tip
Advanced dismounting of the receiver (III)
- Dismounting of the trigger
- Dismounting of the ejector
- Dismounting of the magazine
- Reassembling tips
Functioning of the Walther Model 4 (I)
- A blowback design with concealed hammer
- Cycling of the slide to cock the hammer
- Chambering of a cartridge
Functioning of the Walther Model 4 (II)
- Trigger work and disconnection
- Extraction and ejection of the cartridge
The safeties of the Walther Model 4
- Safety principle
- Safety acting on the hammer
- Safety acting on the sear
Evolution of the Walther Model 4
- Early Model 3/4 prototype
- Early standard Model 4 with 9 or 7 slide serrations
- Model 4 with dovetailed rear sight
- Model 4 with concealed trigger bar
- Grip plates variations
Markings found on the Walther Model 4
- Markings of the Carl Walther firm
- Serial number and proof markings
- Subcontractor markings
- Other markings
From Walther Model 1 to Walther Model 9
- Walther Model 1 - 1908
- Walther Model 2 - 1909
- Walther Model 3 - 1910
- Walther Model 5 - 1913
- Walther Model 6 - 1915
- Walther Model 7 - 1917
- Walther Model 8 - 1920
- Walther Model 9 - 1921
Since the year 2000, "HLebooks.com" is specialized in the publication of downloadable technical textbooks on collectable firearms.
Field dismounting of the Walther pistol Model 4
- Reassembling tips
- Parts diagram
Advanced dismounting of the slide
- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the firing pin
Advanced dismounting of the receiver (I)
- Uncovering the internal mechanism
- Dismounting of the trigger bar
- Dismounting of the magazine catch and hammer spring
- Dismounting of the barrel
Advanced dismounting of the receiver (II)
- Dismounting of the hammer
- Dismounting of the safety and sear up
- Reassembling tip
Advanced dismounting of the receiver (III)
- Dismounting of the trigger
- Dismounting of the ejector
- Dismounting of the magazine
- Reassembling tips
Functioning of the Walther Model 4 (I)
- A blowback design with concealed hammer
- Cycling of the slide to cock the hammer
- Chambering of a cartridge
Functioning of the Walther Model 4 (II)
- Trigger work and disconnection
- Extraction and ejection of the cartridge
The safeties of the Walther Model 4
- Safety principle
- Safety acting on the hammer
- Safety acting on the sear
Evolution of the Walther Model 4
- Early Model 3/4 prototype
- Early standard Model 4 with 9 or 7 slide serrations
- Model 4 with Dovetailed rear sight
- Model 4 with concealed trigger bar
- Grip flat variations
Markings found on the Walther Model 4
- Markings of the Carl Walther firm
- Serial number and proof markings
- Subcontractor markings
- Other markings
From Model 1 to Walther Walther Model 9
- Walther Model 1 - 1908
- Walther Model 2 - 1909
- Walther Model 3 - 1910
- Walther Model 5 - 1913
- Walther Model 6 - 1915
- Walther Model 7 - 1917
- Walther Model 8 - 1920
- Model 9 Walther - 1921
Since the year 2000 "HLebooks.com" is Specialized in the publication of textbooks are downloadable technical collectable firearms.
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