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THE BOLT OF DEVELOPMENT HISTORY Student : Yu Kai Chou 49814015 Yi Bin Chen 49814065 Advisor : Ru Li Lin Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology,

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1 THE BOLT OF DEVELOPMENT HISTORY Student : Yu Kai Chou Yi Bin Chen Advisor : Ru Li Lin Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering

2 1.Springfield 1842 Musket Winchester 3.Colt Model of 1911 U.S. Army 4.Luger P08 5.Colt Anaconda Revolver 6.Muser Karabiner 98 Kurz Rifle 7.Sturmgewehr 44 Assault Rifle 8.SPAS-12 Shotgun

3 Springfield 1842 Musket Typemusket Place of origin United States Service history In service Used byUnited States WarsMexican-American WarMexican-American War, American Civil WarAmerican Civil War Production history Designed1842 Produced Number built275,000 Specifications Weight10 lbs. (4.54 kg) Length58 inches (1473 mm) Caliber.69 musket ballmusket ball Actionpercussion lock Rate of fire2-3 round/min Effective range100 to 200 yards max 50 to 75 effective Feed systemmuzzle-loaded




7 Winchester 1873 rifle "The Gun that Won the West" TypeRifle Place of origin United States Service history Used byUnited States Canada Mexico Ottoman Empire WarsAmerican Indian WarsAmerican Indian Wars, Russo-Turkish War of 1877, North-West Rebellion, French intervention in Mexico Russo-Turkish War of 1877 North-West Rebellion French intervention in Mexico Production history Designed1873 ManufacturerWinchester Repeating Arms Company Produced1873–1919 Number built~720,000 VariantsFull-stocked "Musket", Carbine, Sporting model Specifications Weight9.5lb (4.3kg) Length49.3in (125.2cm) BarrelBarrel length30in (76.2cm) Caliber Winchester Winchester, Winchester, Winchester Winchester Winchester,.22 rimfire.22 rimfire ActionLever-action Feed system15 round tube magazinetube magazine SightsGraduated rear sights, Fixed-post front sights

8 Production history DesignerJohn Browning Designed1911 [1] and 1924 (A1) [1] Number builtOver 2.7 million VariantsM1911A1 [1] M1911A2 [2] RIA Officers [1] [2] RIA Officers Specifications Weight2.44 lb (1,105 g) empty, w/magazine [1][3]lbg [1][3] Length8.25 in (210 mm) [1] [1] BarrelBarrel lengthGovernment model: 5.03 in (127 mm) [1] Commander model: 4.25 in (108 mm) Officer's ACP model: 3.5 in (89 mm) [1] Cartridge.45 ACP.45 ACP (11.43 mm) ActionShort recoil operation [1] Muzzle velocity825 ft/s (251 m/s) Feed system7-round standard detachable boxmagazine [1]magazine [1] United States Pistol, Caliber.45, M1911 Colt Model of 1911 U.S. Army TypeSemi-automatic pistol Place of origin United States Service history In service1911–present Used by28 nations, see Users below for detailsUsers WarsAs standard U.S. service pistol:World War I World War II Korean War Vietnam War In non-standard use: Gulf War War in Afghanistan Iraq Warservice pistolWorld War I World War II Korean War Vietnam War Gulf War War in Afghanistan Iraq War

9 Luger P08 (Parabellum) P08 of the ReichsmarineReichsmarine TypeSemi-automatic pistol Place of origin German Empire Service history In serviceGermanyGermany (1904–1945) Switzerland (1900–early 1970s) Other countries (1900–present) Switzerland WarsWorld War IWorld War I, Spanish Civil War,World War II, Second Sino-Japanese War, Chinese Civil War, OthersSpanish Civil WarWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarChinese Civil War Production history DesignerGeorg J. Luger ManufacturerDeutsche Waffen und MunitionsfabrikenDeutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken, Imperial Arsenals of Erfurt and Spandau, Simson, Krieghoff, Mauser, Vickers Ltd, Waffenfabrik BernErfurtSpandauSimsonMauserVickers LtdBern Produced1900–1945 Specifications Weight871 grams (1.92 lbs) Length222 mm (8.74") BarrelBarrel length95–200 mm(3.74–7.87") Cartridge7.65×21mm Parabellum 9×19mm Parabellum.45 ACP7.65×21mm Parabellum 9×19mm Parabellum.45 ACP (rare) ActionToggle-locked, short recoilshort recoil Rate of fireSemi-automatic Muzzle velocity350–400 m/s (1148–1312 f/s; 9mm, 100 mm barrel) Effective range50 m (9mm, 100 mm barrel; short barrel) Feed system8-round detachable box magazine,magazine 32-round detachable drumdrum SightsIron sights

10 Colt Anaconda.44 Magnum Colt Anaconda with six inch barrel TypeRevolver Place of origin United States of America Production history ManufacturerColt's Manufacturing Company Produced1990–1999 (Full production) VariantsKodiak Specifications Weight 47 oz. / 1.3kg (4 in bbl) 53 oz. / 1.5kg (6 in bbl) 59 oz. / 1.7kg (8 in bbl) Length 9 in / 24.5cm (4 in bbl) 11 in / 29.5cm (6 in bbl) 13 in / 34.6cm (8 in bbl) BarrelBarrel length 4 in bbl (102 mm) 6 in bbl (153 mm) 8 in bbl (203 mm) Cartridge.44 Special.44 Magnum.45 Colt ActionDouble-action Feed systemSix round cylinder SightsAdjustable open iron sights

11 Production history Designed1935 ManufacturerMauserMauser (augmented by several other makers) Produced1935–1945 Number built14,643,260 [2][3] [2][3] VariantsG40k Specifications Weight3.7 kg (8.2 lb) – 4.1 kg (9.0 lb)kglbkglb Length1,110 mm (43.70 in) BarrelBarrel length610 mm (24.02 in) Cartridge7.92×57mm Mauser ActionBolt-action Muzzle velocity860 m/s (2,822 ft/s) Effective range500 m (550 yd) with iron sights m ( yd) with telescopic sight Feed system5-round stripper clip, internalmagazinestripper clipmagazine SightsIron sightsIron sights or telescopic sight.telescopic sight Karabiner 98 Kurz TypeBolt-actionBolt-action riflerifle Place of origin Nazi Germany Service history In service1935–present WarsSpanish Civil WarSpanish Civil War, World War II, Second Sino-Japanese War, Greek Civil War,Israeli Independence War,World War IISecond Sino-Japanese War Greek Civil WarIsraeli Independence War Korean WarKorean War,First Indochina War, Algerian War, Chinese Civil War,Suez Crisis, Portuguese Colonial War, Vietnam War, [1] Six-Day War,War of Attrition,Yom Kippur War, Iran–Iraq War,Yugoslav Wars, [1] Romanian Revolution,Iraq War, and current regional conflicts.First Indochina War Algerian War Chinese Civil WarSuez CrisisPortuguese Colonial War Vietnam War [1] Six-Day WarWar of AttritionYom Kippur War Iran–Iraq WarYugoslav Wars [1] Romanian RevolutionIraq War

12 M 98 controlled-feed bolt-action system; a = chamber, b = front main locking lugs recess, c = receiver, d = internal magazine spring, e = ammunition stripper clip, f = bolt group, g = firing pin, h = pistol grip.


14 Sturmgewehr 44 STG44 TypeAssault rifle Place of origin Nazi Germany Service history In serviceSeptember 1943–May 1945 (Nazi Germany) WarsWorld War IIWorld War II, appeared in post-1945 conflicts around the world Production history DesignerHugo Schmeisser Designed1942 ManufacturerC. G. Haenel Waffen und Fahrradfabrik CITEFA ProducedSeptember 1943 Number built425,977 Specifications Weight4.62 kg (10.2 lb) unloaded with magazine [1] / 5.13 kg (11.3 lb) loaded [2]kglb [1]kglb [2] Length940 mm (37 in) BarrelBarrel length419 mm (16.5 in) Cartridge7.92×33mm Kurz7.92×33mm Kurz, [3] (aka. 7.9mm Kurz or Pistolenpatrone 43) [3] ActionGas-operatedGas-operated, tilting bolt, full auto or semi-auto Rate of fire rounds/min Muzzle velocit y 685 m/s (2,247 ft/s) Effective range300 m (automatic) 600 m (semi-automatic) [4] [4] Feed system30-round detachable box magazinemagazine SightsAdjustable sights, rear: V-notch; front: hooded post Gas-operated firearm (long-stroke piston, e.g. AK-47). 1) gas port, 2) piston head, 3) rod, 4) bolt, 5) bolt carrier, 6) spring

15 SPAS-12 SPAS-12 with detachable wooden stock and shot diverter. TypeCombat shotgun Place of origin Italy Production history ManufacturerFranchi S.p.A. Produced1979–2000 Specifications Weight4.4 kg (8.75 lb) Length1041 mm (41 in), stock extended BarrelBarrel length546 mm (22 in) Cartridge12 gauge12 gauge 2¾ inch shells only ActionPump-actionPump-action / gas-actuatedgas-actuated Rate of fireSemi-automaticSemi-automatic up to 4 rounds per second. Effective rangeDependent on ammunition used Feed system8+1 rounds, internal tube magazinemagazine


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