Michael Zeleny (larvatus) wrote,
Michael Zeleny
larvatus

manurhin mr73 design and construction

Continued from here.

V

Let us examine the details of the MR73 design and construction via its parts diagram:


Manurhin MR73
Parts Diagram



Manurhin MR73 Models


Read more...Collapse )References:

R. Albert, “De Manurhin à Chapuis Arms : un avenir pour les pistolets français”, in Cibles № 342, septembre 1998

Jean-Pierre Bastié, Daniel Casanova, Les pistolets Manurhin — Pistolets automatiques, revolvers et fusils d’assaut, Editions Crépin Leblond, 2015

Jean-Claude Bourret, GIGN vingt ans d’action – 1974–1994, Édition Michel Lafon, 1995

Jean-Louis Cadant, “Le MR73 et le tir de police”, in L’Amateur d’armes, № 55, Juin 1986

Les Cahiers du Pistolier et du Carabinier № Special Manurhin, mai 1974

Raymond Caranta, “Le Revolver MR73 9mm Parabellum de Manurhin”, in Cibles № 86, janvier 1977

Valéry Carmona, Le Tir sportif aux armes de poing, Jacques Grancher, 1980

Edward Clinton Ezell, Handguns of the World: military revolvers and self-loaders from 1870 to 1945, Stackpole Books, 1981

Yvon Gaguèche, GIGN 10 ans d’action – 1974–1984, Édition Acacias, 1985

Jean-Richard Germont, “Le Manurhin Convertible 22 – 32 – 38”, Les Cahiers du Pistolier et du Carabinier № 123, septembre 1987

Jean-Richard Germont, “Le Manurhin MR38 Match”, Les Cahiers du Pistolier et du Carabinier № 120, avril-mai 1987

Jerry Kuhnhausen, The Colt Double Action Revolvers: A Shop Manual, Volume 1, VSP Publishers, 1988

Jerry Kuhnhausen, The Colt Double Action Revolvers: A Shop Manual, Volume 2, VSP Publishers, 1988

Jerry Kuhnhausen, The S&W Revolver A Shop Manual: Covers the S&W J, K, L and N Frame Revolver Actions, VSP Publishers, 1990

Timothy J. Mullin, Magnum: The S&W .357 Magnum Phenomenon, Collector Grade Publications, 2012

Rick Sapp, Standard Catalog of Colt Firearms, F+W Media, 2007

Jim Supica & Richard Nahas, Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson, Gun Digest Books; 3rd edition, 2007



— The author thanks the community of Tir Mailly Forum for their contributions of information incorporated in this article.
Tags: french, german, guns, manurhin, mr73, mr93, mr96, walther
Subscribe

Posts from This Journal “guns” Tag

  • mr73 fact check

    All major components of the Manurhin MR73 are milled on a five-axis CNC machine out of appropriately shaped hot forgings. Its cylinder chambers…

  • i can’t even

    In 1299, King Edward I of England ordered the sheriffs of Salop and Stafford to prohibit any one “from tourneying, tilting . . . or jousting, or…

  • korth revolvers and rebounding hammers

    Korth revolvers feature the peculiar German implementation of the rebounding hammer, an international design that dates back at least to William…

  • sig p210 rimfire slide disassembly

    In order to disassemble the slide of a SIG P210-7, or that of a P210 .22LR conversion kit, the extractor must be removed before removing the firing…

  • my sig p210 facebook page

    Our Story SIG P210 · MONDAY, JULY 1, 2019 My name is Michael Zeleny. I have created this page to assist my study and express my appreciation…

  • tokarev tt-33 pistol disassembly

    1. Remove the magazine. Draw back the slide to eject any cartridge in the chamber. Using the back edge of the bottom plate of the…

  • sig p49 testing

    John Moses Browning’s 1923 U.S. Patent 1618510, realized by Dieudonné Saive in 1935 as the Browning P-35, dispensed with a hand detachable barrel…

  • sig p210 heavy frame development ii

    Continued from here. The slides and frames of the original P210 were machined from impression-die steel forgings weighing 2.320kg (5.1lbs). The…

  • taylor v. twitter: a challenge to internet censorship

    My fellow asshole-American, Jared Taylor, is arguing in the Superior Court of San Francisco, that Twitter, which describes itself as “the live…

  • Error

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 3 comments