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.32" IOF Revolver MK1

Safety :

The Revolver has two safeties:

Picture of Proofmark on Revolver

  1. MECHANICAL SAFETY : Firing will not take place unless the stop safety is raised again by pressing the Trigger. This is mechanical safety.
  2. APPLIED SAFETY : There is another safety device to maintain safety when the Revolver is not in use. Push Safety Block towards left side so that alphabets on the applied safety is visible. The Hammer is locked. Now the Revolver is in safe position. The firing will not take place through the Trigger is pressed.

Safety Precautions :

  1. The Hammer should not be pulled back (cocked) unless required to be fired in single action.
  2. The Applied Safety should be set to safe position before loading and unloading of round in the cylinder.
  3. Applied safety should always remain applied when a loaded weapon is not required to be fired.

Introduction How to load a revolver Now it is ready for firing Oiling & Maintenance
Parts detail sketch General characteristics Do's and Dont's Back

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