First I’d want the barrel to be at least 60cm long and 45cm diameter.
After this I’d then need to make a breech block in the correct form, but this is a little more complex that I’ll talk about. Here we’ll focus on the end of the barrel that connects the action to the breech block.
If you take a look at the left side view of a simple .32 Pistol you’ll see it is made up of a barrel, receiver, barrel band, barrel bands, and a cylinder. When the cylinder is removed the gun stops functioning; you can see that on my simple .32 revolver.
Here are the parts of the cylinder we need to make. The cylinder assembly consists of a cylinder, cylinder block and the cylinder extension, we’ll discuss this in our next step.
Now lets take another look at the cylinder that connects the action with the breech block, I’d like to make sure that the head of the cylinder is square.
We cut off the end of the head that connects the action to the breech block, which is where we used to remove the hammer from. In order to make the cylinder block, I made a half inch circle, cut this off, then took some sharp scissors and cut one corner off the back of the cylinder’s cylinder. I then drilled a 1-1/8 hole through the one cut corner.
Now we need to glue the cylinder block to the cylinder, but first this is best done the right way, so I took a pair of pliers and turned the cylinder so it was now facing up.
It is now time to assemble the cylinder. To make this easier, I made the front half of the cylinder extend from the right side, and screwed the lower section of the cylinder block onto the forward end. I’ve now set the front half of the cylinder down, and the bolt faces down which will help glue it to the cylinder.
Next, if we take a look at the bolt face, we’ll see that the top of the cylinder will be covered by a spring.
I took this spring and turned it into a ram. The camming is easy, you simply push into the spring with your thumb, and then screw the ram in to the side of the cylinder block.
Next we need to glue the cylinder block to the cylinder, and now I’d like to make sure that is a smooth, smooth cylinder, so I took a razor
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