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This cycle of operation will continue as long as Ihe trigger pull is maimained or until the magazine is empty. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Now pull the trigger bar up and our of the housing. If you drill Ihe hole farther to the back, the bar will not move far enough forward lo allow its built in rrigger safety block to pop out inside the trigger guard. To ask other readers questions about Glock Exotic Weapons System , please sign up. This item will be posted through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. The housing and trigger can now be separated simply by disungag ing the spring from both parts.
See all condition definitions - opens in a new window or tab Read more about the condition. Visit my eBay store. The seller won't accept returns for this item. The next portion past the incline shoulder Is svklcr. This section of the connecfor is the actual contact pewm that will ride over the sear eacli lime the gun is fired and mechanically disconnects immediatelv after recoil.
Normally, the automatic connector fomains in its down ward position until it is pushed upward by the sear bouncing after ihe recoil and while the ingger pull is still in effect. As the sear puslies the connector upward, its tail end will rise ready to engage the I ripping shoulder of the fire selector if the weapon is set to fire full auto. If the selector is set for semisuio, ihe topping action is avoided and tite oper dtof has to relea. This is basically to dear the back end shoulder of the frame wfiere the notch is aligned.
The upper Iwlf of the circular shape is the actual contact area of ihe part to hit the tripping shoulder of the fire selector mechanism during slide closing. This is another criiical portion of the auiomaiic connector that may require careful fitting to ensure proper liming in the release of the sinker during full dulo operauofi. You may also trim the tripping shoulder of ihe nrc-selecior lever in place of he auiomaiic connector until the liming of Ihe striker release is perfeaed. Do not rush it. Good quality steel fprefer ably is required here so that it can be heat treated after final fit ring.
Afrer scribing lhe format of the part to the metal, drill lhe pivol hole of the , 3.
Cut the metal into rough shape with lhe hacksaw as indicated by numbers 3, 4. Important; If you cui direcUy lo the actual line of lhe diagram, the pan will lum out undersized by lhe Dme you clean up lhe hacksaw marks. Cul the exiended thinner ponion of the part. View is as seen from the tap. Use this same file to trim rlie trigger bar sear. The sutonielk connector remains in Us normal Ulownward posNian. With the pistol held by the shooting hand finger off the trigger, weapon pointed tn a safe direction , the ihumh of the ncmshooilng hand will move the selector, pushing it to the leh far The fire-selector fpiiup priur to rivcilng with the factory slide covor plate.
The spring loaded plunger mskie the selector automatical ly locks Ihe device against ihe index post lo deliver the type of fire selected. The fire-selector group consists of a lever main bodyi. This ensures the levers rigid sealing with the slide cover plate after the rivettrtg piwess, Lucking the lever into position is a small spring-loaded plunger powered by a Riiget rifW firing- pin rrtrac lion spring. This wady made spring is easily obuinoble direct frorrs Rugcr or any gunsmith supplier or gun dealer selling Ruger products.
Chedering also enhances its aestheucs. Also, the tripping action h smoother when hardened metals glide together, being dlrrwsi frkaon free. Case-hard ening is the only Treatment lhal hardens the surface of mild steel 1 1 will, however, remain soft inside.
While mild steel will work fine for this piece, you may build ii with the stronger ordnance steel if you choose. The wHlih of the slot must not exceed. TIse index notches can be oil using the same needle file. You will need a slave pin same diamm as the riveU about an inch long.
A nail with its head removed of ihe same diamder as Ihe rivel will do just fine. Now pick up your slave pin and position it to the left comer of the oblong slot, placing it over Ihe rod that is pushing the spnng loaded plunger. Now push down the slave pin while at Ihe same lime pulling out he rod restraining the spring-loaded plunger. The slave pin should capture the spring-loaded plunger as it moves down the elongated slot while conrxeclmg the two parts together.
Ncav slowly push down the protruding top end of the slave pin ui'ilil it comes level wiJh I he top surface of the slotted part. Place ihe selector over the slide hack plate and insert the protruding portion of the slave pin into its assembly hole left side in the plate and tap the pin slowly fmm Che top until Ihe two pans meet and join. Now, insert the other rivet in its designated hole in the back plate while lining it up with one of the selector index notches. Insert the index post rivet and tap it gently until It joins Ihe two main parts together with Its head seated flush with the top of die selector index.
Now the slave pin must be replaced by ihe left-side rivet.
The protruding end of fhe slave pin can be posi- tioned between the vise jaws while the slide cover plate is laid Hat over It and the selector rests on top of It, Now position the bottom end n the rivet over the lop end of Ihe slave pin and quickly rap it to pust dosvn Ihe slave pin so the rivet will lake its place. Now that you have both rivets in position after joining rhe tw major parts of the selector gnaup, flaring the bottom ends of the rivet is your next step. Make sure that the holtom of the hole in the bad piare-where riveting is lo be done-has been countersunk lightly ti accommodate die flaring of the pin.
To flare the holtom end of the rivet, you will need a dulled cente punch and an aluminum or brass plale on which to rest the rivet heac during the flaring process. Mild steel will do fine if no softer meial car be found to support the part while it is worked on. With the paits to be riveted placed upside down, rest the heatl o Ihe rivet on the metal plate and gently lap the center of the rivei pir using ihe point of the dulled center punch until the tip of the rive opens up Do this for the other rivet, It is important to flaie the rivet gradually and alternately, constantly checking the tightness of the selec tor movement as you go along.
There are many things to learn about the action of the Glock in this book. Someone spent a lot of time making the scale drawings and explaining the how. The Clock Exotic Weapons System Introduction The earJy ^ signaled I he beginning of a new era in modem service pliool development. From ihe fertile.
The connection must be rigid, but loost enough to allow the fire selector to move from one index to the other After the rivet process is completed, check to make sure dial the excess metal above die plastic part Is filed off so that the part can be insertec Iredy into its seat at the back of the slide during reassembly.
A second bent below the disconnector Is jhe actual conntfctor. I call this second hem ihe disconnecting shoulder Ibf ilie trig- ger bar, In ranlity, the veiy few parts of the Clock pistol da multiple func- liuns, so anyone can come up with his nwn definitions nr descriptions. Looking a; the left side of the housing you will notice a rwo-biep slot just behind the Rector, The lefi arm of the sear is Inserted into this open ing during assembly.
The automatic connecror Is mounted lu tlie from end comer on the right-side wall of the housing. To install fhe automatic connector on this part, two minor modifications will be required. The other is a long narrow notch at the front of the housing just' beside the right-side wall itself which allows the square saddle of the autn connector lo seal over il during assembly A hack saw s all I hat is needed to cut the narrow notch ai ihe front of Vhe housing.
Care must be taken when cutting ihe notch so you don't over- cul. Plaslic is soft and easily cut by a hacksaw; do not apply excessive pressure while cutting Cut gently with a rme ioorhecl hacksaw and then use a small flat file to dress up the notch. Ensure that It Is drilled precisely as spec- ified In the drawing You only have to drill the right-side wall of ihe housing where ihe new pari is going to be insralled. Tlie reason the location of the hole In this part is critical is that the protruding end of the automatic connector pivot pin restricts the forword movement of the trigger bar.
If you drill Ihe hole farther to the back, the bar will not move far enough forward lo allow its built in rrigger safety block to pop out inside the trigger guard. If this happens, you have created an unsafe gun. The trigger safety must not be compromised, since it also controls the position of the trigger hump that activates Uie firing pin safety.
If your trigger is slightly in, ihe lump on the logger may also be lining up with the firing pin safely and actually pushing it up. The some bcipry pen after the modlfScailon li dene. It may lake a while bdbre the gun slops working in full auio due to the change in the hole's dimenaon. The semiaulo function wU remain unaffected. The automatic connector remains nonfunctiufial m semiauto mode. The first area to be trimmed is ihe rear of the sear. Next to be trim is the tower half of the sear, including the front bent where the spring is connected.
If you irtadvertently open up the hole, the spring wj[ disengage itself and render the part useless. A small flat file is all you need to trim the area in the side of the sear. During liuing, make sure that he frcsn-end portion of the sear Is not rubbing lighily against the automatic cwineaoris leg. There should be enough of a gap between the two parts to allow for free movemenL f the sear 8 seated nghily against the connecmr's leg.
If you don't wish to alter the part already in your pistol, but wish o create a sepa- rate Fulhauio conversion kit, you can pumhate spare parts From Clock Works Intemalionol tn any Clock deiiltf. While trimming the right side of the sear all the way down lo the Irant bent, make sure to avoid the end piece whore die small hole for the spring was drillod.
This hole is critical. Do the upper half nut. Kemora he immedined pinto end lulHtltute rhb one. The fleie en the rl ht h unmoiUfied. Tliis is pwbably close lo the Clock Model 18 system.
This new setup turns out to be perfectly functional and perhaps simple enough that anyone I hat knows how to use a hacksaw and file can do tlie conversion quite easily. The slide cover plate modificaiion simply requires two separate holes in each side of ihc part.
You will, however, need a caibide drill for these holes because the mutaJ insert has been hardened. The exact locations of these holes are specified in the working drawjng. Pull out the slide stop from the frame. Remove the locking block next, using the tip of tlie drift punch to pry it up from the left side to prevent damaging the trigger bar. As the block comes partly off the frame, lift it frorn he frame with your hand.
PuU out the rest of die trigger group hous- ing with your hand.
The trigger group is now ready lo be disassembled To disassemble the trigger sear from Its housing twist the trigger bar to the left until the left arm of the scar Icniciflx clears its assembly slot in the left sxje wall of the housing. Now pull the trigger bar up and our of the housing. Its bent from end ponion connects to the extension spring. The housing and trigger can now be separated simply by disungag ing the spring from both parts. With the spring detached from horh pans, you can do the necessary modificarions housing and trigger sear if you have not already done so.
The first step is lo reconnect the spring to the housing and rigger Twist the trigger bar toward the left and insert the benr front end of the sear icrucilix inside the housing with the spring underneath it Realign the left arm of the sear with its assembly slot in the left-side wall of the housing, push it in. The trigger bar group should be fully asscmhlctl at this stage. As soon as tfce left ann of the cruciRx Is bi its aisemMy slot in the houdng, pull straichc bade on the trigger bar.
Now the soar and spring should be fully seated in hear proper otdet soside be housing. Snap the automaiic connwtor mto position and tiuen he pivot pm. The assenbly of the trigger group and ctmoeccor ft now complete. The installaiion of the coitneaor in ifie trigger mecharrism housing is now complete. To insert the newly convened ingger group into the receiver frame, simply reverse the disassembly procedure as fallows: Insert ihe Iriftjer group baci into its seat in Ihe frame until the assembly holes a I the back of the frame line up. Now insert the pin to secure this pan tmo place.
As you insert the tngger group at lift? Align Ihe pwi holes of both the trigger and slide slop to the frame hole Ow'er hotel and kicking block assembly hole together Insert Lhe larger jiin from Lhe eft side to connect all three pans to the frame The last pin is for ihe upper section of the locking block.
This pin is also insert ed from the left. During the final fitting of lhe conversion parts, you may have to assemble and disassemble the trigger gamp as described above several times until all parts works properly Master the stripping proce- dure as you go along and you will eventually appreciate how fast and easy il ts lo comptetdy strip the components uf this pistol. OOS'lneh jop between tho plastic pan and fire aelectof after riveting. Slight tightness is auepubie as long os the fire Mlector moves when activated manually. Oose-up view dwwing the Are eelecSor pudied to he left o dear the index notch.
The spriog-ioaded plunger insidr Ihe selector win automstkally lock the setting by Ibrcmg tte ml ec to r to wedge agamst tbe index noidi being selected. Simply insert an empty magazine and pulhhe slide all the way back. The slide will be locked open by the slide stop. Rest the pcaoC upskJe down on a solid surface and place the point of the drifi punch on ihe exposed shoulder of the striker plastic spacer sleeve, seen at ibe rear opening urdemeaih the slide, and push ir toward the muzzle until it stops, Now the slide cover plate can he slid off its assembly scat.
Bo careful not to lose the spring loaded plunger at the right-hand side of the plate while you are separating the parts. Your Clock is now ready for sdcctivo-fire operation. FBe men ponton of fhe flared rivet flush so iKet 4 Jw part on be iaserted freely duruif ks reaMembly to the baric of the slide Irighri. Tlte conversion parts in he text have been featured because of their utter simplicity and ease of manufacture. All parts arc virruaJiy hand- made. In this book, every moclIHcaiion of original factory components and design formats of new pans started with a fresh sheet of paper and evolved into a senes of mechanical designs.
After the final conversion system was selected, the prototype pans were huIN and fiued to the modified factory components.
Sometimes the parts worked and some- times they didn't. Manufarturers call this the debugging process. Fitting the new parts to function reliably with the modified factory components into a workable. No matter how simple the parts may look or function, you will always cncoutner a problem along the way. In every chapter in the exl, I have done my best to make each step a learning experience for Ihe reader, whether an experienced gun designer or an amateur gunsmith By utiHzjng professionally prepared technical illustrations of weapon functions in semi- and tull-automalic and combining them with high-quality photos showing the modified factory components and thdr proper relationships with the full-auto conversion parts, one can clearly see and understand how the wliole system works step by step.
In iho converted model, this fiap Is muth smaner. The sear of the unconvened pistol is shown in Its full forward positiun with ics bent front end fleorly tnuchinR he fronr wall of he rigger mechanism housing, fn he converted gun, I his forward movement is reduced slightly.