Technical Report writing
Sigma 40 Caliber Pistol
Today I will be describing Sigma Smith and Wesson 40 caliber pistol in detail.I will go over its functionality and basic up keep to maintain this pistols pristine firing condition.
This is a 40 caliber Smith and Wesson semi-automatic pistol (once you load and engage with a continues pulling of the trigger the pistol will disbursed all bullets). This pistol weighs 2.7 pounds stock ( The pistol in its original form), and 4.7 pounds fully loaded ( 13 rounds in the magazine while inserted in the pistol), This pistol is comprised of a rear sight( rear aiming device), slide stop(prevents weapon from sliding off frame),front sight(front aiming device), muzzle(release the bullets),equipment rail(device which you mount equipment),take down catch( release to take pistol apart),trigger guard( housing for trigger),magazine release( button to release magazine),grip and frame(holding device and body of pistol). The inside is comprised of a frame plug(holds frame to slide),locking block(locks weapon in a neutral position),trigger bar assembly(components to make trigger work),barrel stop spring( to push slide to original position after fired),assembly extractor( extracts bullets after fired),bolt ejector and slide end cap(pushes bullets out after fired). This pistol comes with a 13 round magazine which is comprised of magazine follower (keeps spring in place), magazine sprig (keeps pressure on bullets) magazine butt plate (holds magazine tighter) magazine butt plate catch (stops the spring from losing pressure). This pistol comes in black, Chrome and two tone (Black and chrome), and machine crafted in Springfield Ma. This pistol constructed from poly carbon (plastic) and carbon steel. This pistol is not a toy and can be a dangerous weapon; the miss handling of this pistol can cause bodily harm or death. The pistol is used by law enforcement, sport shooters
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