US1412298A - Takedown firearm - Google Patents

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US1412298A
US1412298A US29720219A US1412298A US 1412298 A US1412298 A US 1412298A US 29720219 A US29720219 A US 29720219A US 1412298 A US1412298 A US 1412298A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41AFUNCTIONAL FEATURES OR DETAILS COMMON TO BOTH SMALLARMS AND ORDNANCE, e.g. CANNONS; MOUNTINGS FOR SMALLARMS OR ORDNANCE
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C. G. SWEBILIUS.

TAKEDOWN FIREARM.

APPLKZATION FILED MAY 15, 1919. RENEWED NOV, 21,1921. 1,,412,298

Patented Apr. 11, 1922.

i 1 v This -invention relates more especially to that type of takedown,

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CART, eusTeE swEBILIus, 0E N W HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, 'AssieNoR; BY M sNE ASSIGNMENTS, To THE MARLIN FIREARMS CORPORATION, or NEW HAVEN, C NNEC ICU 'A CORPORATION 0E DELAWARE.

TAKEDOWN FIREAR misses.

Specification'of Letters Patent. Patented 11, 1922.

Application filed May 15, 1219, Serialll'o. 297,202. Renewed Novembbr21, 1921. Serial No. 516,903.

To all whom it may concern:

Be itzknown; that I, CARL GUsTAE SWEBI- Line, a citizenof the United States, residing at New I-laven, in the county of New Haven and State of Conncticuhhave invented. a new and useful Improvement in Takedown Firearms, of which the following is a specification.

to firearms and gun in which the barrel portion and stock portion may be separated for convenlenceln paclnnga-nd transportation, such as 1s d1sclosed in the patent to Swebilius 'etal.

1,110,837 A gun of-this type comprises a barrel portion, a stock portion, a separable receivercomprising one part including a top plate and two depending side plates rigidly connected with the barrel, and'another part inchn'ling a tang arranged to be located Wltllin the two side plates of the firstementioned part. saidtang being rigidly connectedwith the stock, a separable hinge for operatively connecting the tworeceiver parts at one end of the receiver, and a bolt for operatively connecting said parts at the other end of the receiver. This bolt is projected from the tang-carrying part of the receiver into a socket in the top of the main portion thereof by means of a suitable spring and is provided with a button for retracting it. hen the bolt is seated in the socket it locks together the two parts. The continuous tale ing down and putting together of the gun sometimesresults in a suflicient wearing of the head of the bolt to allow a slight play of the stock and barrel relatively to each other.

It is the primary purpose or object of this invention to provide a simple and efficient means for overcoming such play when it developes without it. being necessary to take the gun to pieces or to replace the bolt. This is accomplished by making the bolt in two parts and providing means, accessible from the ertposed head of the bolt, for adjusting the bolt proper relative to the remaining portion or slide.

it-herobjects of the invention will be apparent as the description thereof proceeds Tn the drawings,

Fig. 1 is a side elevation of a gun constructed in accordance with my invention, part thereof being in section;

Fig. 2 is a perspective detail view;

'Fig. 3 is asection on the line 33 of Fig. 1.

The receiver of the gun, open at the bottom and rear, is designated by the numeral 1 and the stock by 2. Rigidly carried by the stock is the tang 3 having at its forward end a hook at which is adapted to engage with the pin 5 extending between the side walls ef the receiver at its forward end.- The tang is of such a width throughout its length that it fits between the walls of the receiver and forms the bottom thereof. At therear end of the'tang is an inclined abutment, or rein- I force 6 suitably designed to engage the rear end of the-receiver when the parts'are assembled; F rom the upper end of the abutment 6 there extends rearwardly a member 7. In a suitable recess 8. in this member there is reciprocatively mounted a bolt 9, having ahead adapted to seat in a coacting socket 10 in the rear upper end of the re-' ceiver. V g

The rear end of the bolt is forked and between the arms 11 thereof is slidably mounted a rod 12 in which is the transverse groove 13. Between the rear end of the recess 8 and a suitable abutment on the rod 12 is a spring 14 tending to force the rod 12 forward. Carried in the forward end of the bolt and extending between the arms 11 is the rotatable member 15, the inner end of which is screw-threaded and engages a correspondingly threaded socket in the forward end of the rod 12. This member is held against motion longitudinally of the bolt in any suitable manner.

Near its rear end the recess 8 is extended to form a vertical slot. The lever 16 is pivotally mounted in the bottom portion of this slot and extends through the groove 13 in the rod 12 up into the upper portion of the slot. A slide 17 having depending lugs 18 extending into the upper portion of the slot is provided. Extending between the lugs 18 is a pin 19 to fit into the slot 20 in the upper part'of the lever 16. The slide is held in place by a pin 21 passing through the slot 22 therein.

In order that the position of the slide for the safety lock need not be changed. a slot 23 may be cut therethrough to allow the passage of the member 15.

The upper face of the bolt is tapered slightly so that when the hook 4: is engaged socket a snflicient depth to holdthe parts firmly in place but not to project so far but that it will be automatically retracted by roation of the two portions of the gun when being assembled. it happens, however, that this condition cannot be indefinitely maintained because of the wear on the head of the bolt a'l terfa considerable usage. This wearing will allow the parts of the receiver to move relative to each other and destroy the desired rigidity of the parts. The abovedescribed arrangement remedies thislcondition. When the parts begin to get loose the screw 15 is'turned sn'l'licientl-y to allow the I head of the bolt 'to protrude slightly further or until the desired rigidity'cis againwattainedi- What I claim is: r 1. In a take-down firearm, a barrel; a S stock, a receiver'comprising twoportions, a separable hinge for connecting the two re cei er portions at one en l, a bolt for operativcly connecting said portions at theother. end, means for operating the bolt, "and 3 means for varying the position of the bolt relative to said last-named-means; V

2. In take-down firearm, abarrel, a stock, a receiver comprising two portions, a separable hinge for connecting the two -re-.

5 ceiver portions at one end, a bolt for operati vely It'is essential 'that the head et the bolt project far enough to enter into the connecting said portions at the other end, a slide, and means connecting the slide andnbolt whereby the position of the bolt relative to theslide may be varied.

3. In a take-down firearm, a barrel, a

'stoclna receiver comprising two portions, a separable hinge for connectlng the two receiver portions at one end, a bolt for operativel y connecting said portions at the other end, a slidejh-aving a threaded socket therein, and a screw carriedfby said bolt to engage in said threaded socket.

t. In a takedown firearm, a barrel, a stock, a receiver comprising two portions, a separable hinge for connecting the two receiver portions at one end, a bolt for operatively connecting said portions at the other end, a slide, means connecting the slide and bolt whereby the position of the bolt rela tive tothe, slide be varied, and means for normally maintainingsaid slide in 0116 position. 9 1

5. In a take-down firearm, a barrel, a stocln'areceiver comprising two portions, a separable hinge for connecting the two receiver portions at one end, a bolt for operatively connecting s'aidportions at the other end, a slide, means connecting the slide and bolt' whereby the position of the. bolt rela: tive to theslide may be varied, means for normally maintaining said slide in one position,.fancl means for moving said slide from its, normal position.

CAR GUSTAF SWEBILIUS.

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