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  DeveloperITM

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Posted: June 27 2016 at 12:19pm | IP Logged Quote DeveloperITM

on another site and someone named florida made drawings for me.
I am unable to post the drawings but it used a delayed lever blowback system, how many pistols use that system?
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  Sora-tobu chiru

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Posted: June 28 2016 at 3:31pm | IP Logged Quote Sora-tobu chiru

Practically none.

In the past there were two(or so), that is HK P9/HK P9S and Korriphila HSP-701(one can also add "pistol versions" of Calico and HK MP5 to that short list).

All above got traditional shaped levers(single lever in korriphila case) - that is roller(it is best shape if one want moving fulcrum).










ps. "or so" = Benelli B76(non roller lever), Hogue Avenger(but it is not a pistol - just coversion kit for 1911).
There was also short lived Ultramatic SV/LV, but I'm not sure if it counts as a lever delayed(but sure was "reliable" like one ).
I think that absurdly priced Korth PRS(roller shaped levers) is only one manufactured(big word - it is about as "popular" as a Ultramatic) at the moment.

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Posted: June 28 2016 at 6:28pm | IP Logged Quote backbencher

You consider the roller-delayed blowback system the functional equivalent of lever-delayed blowback, or a subset of it?
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Definitely subset.
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