1st August 2014

Bersa Thunder Pro

Thunder9pro40pro
Thunder9pro40proTD

BersaThunder9ultracompactpro40pro
Thunder9ultracompactpro40proTD

MiniThunder45ucpro
MiniThunder45ucproTD

BersaProSeries

1. Slide
2. Front sight
3. Barrel
4. Recoil spring
5. Guide rod
6. Extractor pin
7. Loaded chamber indicator
8. Loaded chamber indicator elastic pin
9. Loaded chamber indicator spring
10, Extractor
11. External extractor spring
12. Internal extractor spring
13. Internal firing pin elastic pin
14. External firing pir i elastic pin
15. Rear sight
16. Rear Sight Insert (U)
17. Automatic firing pin safety spring
18. Automatic firing pin safety
19. Firing pin
20. Firing pin spring
21. Frame
22. Trigger
23. Trigger spring
24. Trigger pin
25. Disassembly bar
26. Disassembly bar stop
27. Disassembly bar spring
28. Barrel cam
29. Barrel cam bushing
30. Slide catch (left)
31. Slide catch (right]
32. Slide catch spring
33. Drawbar
34. Drawbar Spring
35. Safety bar (left)
36. Safefy pin
37. Safety spring
38. Hammer guide bush
39. Ejector
40. Safety stop pin
41. Hammer stop
42. Disconnector
43. Hammer
44. Hammer strut pin
45. Hammer release
46. Automatic safety cam
47. Safety bar (right)
48. Safety elastic pin
49. Magazine catch
50. Magazine catch bush
51. Magazine catch spring
52. Magazine catch pin
53. Safety key*
54. Internal locking system*
55. Internal locking system bearing*
56. Internal locking system spring*
57. Internal locking system stop*
58. Safety drawbar spring
59. Hammer strut
60. Hammer spring
61. Grip catch
62. Sear pin
63 Sear spring
64. Sear
65. Grip
66 Magazine
67. Feeder platform
68. Magazine spring
69. Magazine bottom holder
70. Magazine bottom

*Only in versions with ILS

 

http://www.bersa.com/pdf/BersaThunderPro-manual.pdf

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31st October 2011

WALTHER PPQ: PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1. Main Features
The Police Pistol Quick Defense (PPQ) is a semi-automatic pistol utilizing an internal striker system to tire the cartridge. Having a smooth contour minimizes the chances of snagging on clothing when carried concealed.
The open post sights of the PPQ are designed for rapid aiming and target acquisition.
The PPQ features a loaded chamber indicator, along with a trigger safety and automatic internal
safeties.
The frame is made from high-strength polymer and has an accessory rail for mounting lights, lasers or other tactical devices.
The PPQ features interchangeable grip-backstraps for varying hand sizes, and an ambidext¬rous magazine release integrated into the trigger guard.
3.2. Functional Elements, Model Number Identification
Walther PPQ. Functional Elements, Model Number Identification.


3.2.1. Loaded Chamber Indicator
The loaded chamber indicator is on the right side of the slide. The loaded chamber indicator can be observed when the rear of the extractor is recessed, revealing a red colored marking (3.2.1. Fig. 1).

DO NOT RELY UPON THE LOADED CHAMBER INDICATOR TO VERIFY
THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF A ROUND IN THE CHAMBER. ALWAYS CHECK THE CHAM¬BER OF THE FIREARM BY REMOVING THE MAGAZINE AND LOCKING THE SLIDE IN THE OPEN POSITION.

THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT CLEANLINESS OF THE PISTOL, DISCOLORATION OF THE AMMUNITION AND OTHER FACTORS MAY LIMIT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE LOADED CHAMBER INDICATOR. CLEANING SOLVENTS OR WEAR MAY DARKEN OR REMOVE THE RED COLOR, OR POWDER RESIDUE OR DIRT MAY COVER IT UP. IF YOU DO NOT SEETHE RED DOT, DO NOT ASSUME THE CHAMBER IS EMPTY. AFER FIRST CHECKING THAT THE MAGAZINE HAS BEEN REMOVED, PULL THE SLIDE BACK UNTIL YOU CAN LOOK INTO THE CHAMBER AND VERIFY WHETHER IT IS EMPTY OR NOT.
3.2.2. Magazine Release
The magazine release is positioned on both sides of the trigger guard. The magazine release can be mani¬pulated with either your thumb or opposing index fin¬ger. Grasp the pistol with yourfinger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard. Depress the magazine re¬lease and remove the magazine. If you find that mani¬pulating the magazine release with your shooting thumb is cumbersome or difficult try using the index finger of your shooting hand instead (3.2.2. fig. 1).


3.2.3. Slide Stop
Locking the slide in the “open” position:
Grasping the grip of the frame and with your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard, depress the magazine release, and completely remove the magazine, firmly grasp the serrated sides of the slide from the rear with the thumb and fingers.
While steadily holding the grip, briskly pull the slide fully rearward to extract any cartridge from the chamber and clear it from the pistol.
To lock the slide in the open position, allow the slide to move slightly forward from the rearmost position while pressing upward on the slide stop (3.2.3. Fig. 1).
Releasing the slide from the slide stop:
Press down on the slide stop with the thumb of your shooting hand to release the slide and allow it to move fully forward. For easier operation of the slide stop, grasp the serrated sides of the slide from the rear and pull the slide fully to the rear while pressing down on the slide stop and then release the slide from your grasp to allow it to move fully forward.

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31st October 2011

Walther P99

P99QA Compact Pistol – 9mm
P99QA Compact Pistol - 9mm
P99AS Compact Pistol – 9mm
P99AS Compact Pistol - 9mm
P99AS Pistol – 9mm
P99AS Pistol - 9mm
P99AS Pistol – .40S&W
P99AS Pistol - .40S&W
P99QA Pistol – 9mm
P99QA Pistol - 9mm
P99QA Pistol – .40S&W
P99QA Pistol - .40S&W
P99QA Pistol – Military 9mm
P99QA Pistol - Military 9mm
P99QA Pistol – Military .40S&W
P99QA Pistol - Military .40S&W

The Walther P99 is a state of the art approach in firearms technology as a law enforcement handgun. This semi-automatic pistol was specifically designed to meet the latest requirements of law enforcement agencies. Its design incorporates solutions to the requirements of on-duty use, combining the many advantages of a hammerless pistol with the comfort of one equipped with a hammer. The P990 is a refinement of the P99 design that offers Walther’s constant Pull Trigger System specifically designed as a self defense pistol for law enforcement and trained civilians. This design is to eliminate significant differences in trigger pull between the first and subsequent shots.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Action: Single/Double; Double Action Only (DAO); Quick Action (QA)
Caliber: 9mm/.40S&W
Frame: Polymer
Capacity: 9mm – 10+1, 40S&W – 10+1
Barrel Length: 4″-9mm; 4.12″-.40 S&W
Overall Length: 7″-9mm; 7.12″-.40 S&W
Height: 5.37″
Weight: 25 oz.
Width: 1.2″
Front Sight: White Dot with 4 Interchangeable Blades
Rear Sight:2 Dot Adjustable
Safety: Striker, Trigger, Out of Battery, Decocker, No Decocker on Model P990
Grip: Black or Green Polymer with 3 Interchangeable Backstraps with Lanyard Loop
Material: Polymer
Slide:Tenifer Finished Hardened Steel
Finish:
Frame: Black, Green or Titanium coated
Slide: Black or Silver (QPQ)
Accessories: Lock and key, and cleaning rod

QUICK ACTION

Trigger Mechanism: Pre-Cocked Striker System
The P99 Quick Action, with its uniform short trigger pull is the pistol of choice for both law enforcement tactical teams and competitive shooters. The P99 QA is easy to use with its repetitive trigger pull and with its four independent safeties; the P99 QA is one of the safest pistols available today.
Lightning-Fast Firing
The Quick Action trigger system: The striker is partially pre-cocked and when the trigger is pulled, the striker is fully cocked and released, firing the pistol. The trigger travel is approximately .31 inches with a trigger force of approximately 8 lbs. This short pull with its quick reset provides quick shot delivery especially in competitive situations.

ANTI STRESS

Trigger Mechanism: Traditional Double Action with an Anti-Stress Mode
As the first pistol equipped with a firing pin lock, the P99 AS combines the advantages of the traditional Double Action System with Single Action Anti-Stress trigger. The P99 provides the shooter with a user-friendliness previously found only in hammer fired pistols.
Traditional Double Action
The anti-stress trigger makes the P99 one of the world’s safest firearms by preventing unintentional “reflex” firing in stressful situations. The decisive innovation: When the slide is racked completely to the rear upon loading, the trigger remains in the forward position for the first shot; not only in the double action trigger mode, but also in the single action mode. The trigger travel is .551″ long in the anti-stress mode (at 4.4 lbs. trigger force), preventing inadvertent firing. On all subsequent shots, the trigger travel is reduced to .314″ (at the same trigger force) and this permits firing in rapid sequence, due to the quick reset of the P99 trigger.
Enhanced Safety The P99 AS is equipped with a decocking button to safely decock the striker. It acts as an automatic safety and is integrated directly into the slide to prevent snagging on clohing even if the gun is drawn quickly.

COMPACT PISTOLS FOR CONCEALED CARRY
Today’s trend is toward pistols that are compact in design and light in weight, yet have all the features that the law enforcement professional is seeking.
System Identical with the Full Size Models
The P99 Compact has the same highly advanced design features of the full size P99, but in a size that is designed for concealed carry. Just like the full size version, the compact P99 is available with the same trigger variations inclucing the QA and AS. The frame backstraps are interchangable so that the pistol will fit in a wide variety of hand sizes. The pistol will not snag in clothing when it is drawn, thanks to rounded edges. The hammerless striker system and safety devices integral to the P99 are also standard in the P99 Compact.
All the compact versions are delivered, as standard equipment, with a flat-bottom magazine butt plate and a finger rest magazine butt plate. The frame is molded with a Weaver-style rail to accept lights and lasers.
The new P99 compact is the ideal compliment to the P99 full size line of pistols. Perfect for concealed carry or as a backup weapon for law enforcement.

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31st October 2011

Walther PK380

If you like the Walther P22, you’ll love the new Walther Pistol Kompakt – PK380.
German engineering delivers .380 power into an ambidextrous, lightweight, comfortable shooting pistol in nearly the same size as the popular Walther P22.

Overview
Nylon Holster
Lightweight Polymer Grip
External Hammer
Ambidextrous Magazine Release
Ambidextrous Manual Safety
Picatinny-Style Accessory Rail

Techical Specs
Model: PK380
Caliber: .380 ACP
Action: Single/Double Action
Barrel Length: 3.66″
Capacity: 8+1 Rounds
Overall Length: 6.5″
Height: 5.2″
Width: 1.2″
Sights: 3-Dot Steel, Drift Adjustable Rear Windage
Sight Radius: 5.4″
Weight (w/mag): 19.4 oz.
Material: Steel Frame/Slide/Barrel

PK380 – Black – First Edition
Finish: Black
Walther PK380

PK380 – Black
Finish: Black
PK380 - Black

PK380 – Two-Tone Nickel Slide
Finish: Black w/Nickel Slide
PK380 - Two-Tone Nickel Slide

Includes Laser
PK380 - Black w/Laser

More…
PK380 Brochure

PK380 Brochure

PK380 Brochure

PK380 Brochure

PK380 Brochure

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14th August 2011

Hungarian AKM: SAFETY

Hungarian AKM
CAUTION

Failure to heed the warnings in this booklet may result in serious injury to you or others, as well as damage to the firearm or other property. Take note of the following warnings on gun handling before attempting to use your rifle:
1. Don’t rely on your gun’s safety. Treat every gun as if it were loaded and ready to fire.
2. Never cross a fence, climb a tree or jump a ditch with a loaded gun.
3. Never load or carry a loaded gun until you are ready to use it.
4. Watch your muzzle so the other person doesn’t have to.
5. Keep guns and ammunition separately and in locked storage.
6. Don’t shoot unless absolutely sure of your target and what is beyond it.
7. Know the range of your gun.
8. Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting.
9. Always be sure the barrel is clear of obstructions . . . and only carry ammunition specifically intended for the gun you are using.
10. Never handle a gun without first opening it yourself to check to see If it’s loaded.

WARNING
Use only original, high quality, commercially manufactured ammunition which is in good condition. Only use ammunition of the caliber for which your gun is chambered. You will find the correct caliber engraved on the receiver. Never use ammunition of any other caliber. You should always use ammunition that complies with performance standards established by The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute, Inc.
The use of handloaded, reloaded or other non-standard ammunition will void all warranties.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

AKM Fig.1

SAFETY

The manual safety lever is located on the right side of the receiver.
It is “ON” (safe) when the lever is in the top position (Fig.2).
It is “OFF” (fire) when the level is in the lower position (Fig.3).

AKM Fig.2

When in the “ON” (safe) position, the safety blocks the trigger from being pulled back far enough to release the hammer and discharge the rifle. At the same time, it obstructs the rearward travel of the bolt earner so that it cannot chamber a cartridge.

AKM Fig.3

WARNING
Never carry this rifle with a cartridge in the chamber without having the safety “ON” (safe).
When turning the safety “ON” (safe) or “OFF” (fire), always keep your finger off the trigger and the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
Never totally depend on a mechanical safety. Always practice cautious gun handling. Always point the muizle in a safe direction.
Always clean all grease and oil from the chamber and the bore before loading. Be sure there is no obstruction in the barrel.
Any foreign object in the barrel could cause a burst barrel or other damage to the firearm as well as serious injury to the shooter or to others.

The safety design of the AKM incorporates a positive “click” sound whenever the safety lever is fully engaged in either the “ON’* (safe) or “OFF” (fire) position. Be certain that you hear the “click” regardless of which position you intend to select and insure that the safety lever is not in between the “ON” (safe) and “OFF” (fire) positions.

Unlike most safeties, the safety on the AKM is placed in a position where it cannot be easily operated by right-handed shooters without first removing the index finger from the trigger.

WARNING
All shooters, regardless if left or right-handed, must remove their hand from the trigger guard when operating the safety in order to avoid the possibility of accidental discharge.
It is highly recommended that the safety be “ON” (safe) whenever the rifle is being transported or otherwise not in use. The safety lever doubles as a dust cover by preventing foreign objects from entering and possibly damaging the rifle’s mechanism.


LOADING

1. To load the magazine, place a round between the magazine lips and press down firmly so that the cartridge snaps into place beneath the retaining lips (Fig. 4). Check to make certain that the bullet tip does not protrude beyond the front portion of the magazine when it is seated into the magazine well. Repeat this procedure until the magazine is full. Maximum capacity of the magazine is thirty (30) rounds. Do not attempt to load more than thirty (30) cartridges as this may damage the magazine spring.
AKM Fig.4

CAUTION
Damaged or bent magazine shell guides will cause malfunctioning. DO NOT FORCE CARTRIDGES.
2. To load the rifle, insert the magazine into the magazine well by hooking the from portion of the magazine into its proper notch located at the front of the magazine well. Push the magazine up and rearward at the same time until the magazine locks into place (Fig. 5).
AKM Fig.4

WARNING
Always remember to unload the chamber after removing the magazine.
Never point a firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot. Always point the muzzle in a safe direction. Keep your fingers off the trigger until you are ready to fire.
Never leave a firearm cocked and ready to fire. It could be discharged accidentally.
Never fire any rifle with any part of your body over or next to the ejection port or in any position where you could possibly be hit by the movement of the action.
Never allow others to stand beside you where they may be hit by an ejected cartridge case. Make certain there is an unobstructed path for safe ejection of the fired case.

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