inertia block

inertia block

inertia block
pump on an inertia block
A concrete block which serves as a base for mechanical equipment such as fans or pumps; the block is mounted on a resilient support to reduce the transmission of vibration to the building structure.
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Propellant gas flowing into the cylinder during firing drives the piston rearward about half an inch, where energy is transferred to a steel inertia block measuring just over three inches long.
The forward ends of right-side and left-side steel action bars are connected to the inertia block while their rear ends engage the bolt carrier.
Interceptor sears and independent inertia block round out the action features.
Larson, I'm pretty sure I know what's causing the misfire on your Browning, likely the inertia block.
The inertia block resetting the trigger between shots had become gunked-up and sluggish.
When the minute hand reaches 60 minutes, a device activated by a central spiral causes the end of the rod to arm a small spring with an inertia block that, in turn, drives the rotation of the hour disc.
Your shotgun has what's called an inertia block that shifts under recoil to activate the other hammer for your selected firing sequence.
Another, simpler method to get the inertia block to shift over is to hold the forearm of the shotgun in your left hand tightly and, with the heel of your right hand, whack the butt end of the recoil pad smartly.
When the shoulder stops the gun, this small inertia block, which is free to swing back and forth, continues to the rear and pulls the trigger linkage out of contact with the sear from the first barrel.
50 inch where energy is transferred to a steel inertia block measuring just over three inches long.
The forward ends of right- and left-side steel action bars are connected to the inertia block while their rear ends engage the bolt carrier.
I tried replacing the inertia blocks and buffer disc in the stock aluminum buffer with a lead weight, but that did not increase weight much.