Fire Selector

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ČZ 2000 - Design Details
... under the category of automatic weapons - selective fire, gas-operated and locked with rotary bolt mechanism ... striker and a trigger assembly equipped with a manual fire control selector (the fire selector lever is located at the left side of the receiver, just above ... The fire selector lever also operates the external safety mechanism (lever in the “0” position – weapon is safe) ...
Comparison Of The AK-47 And M16 - Comparison of Characteristics - Controls
... M16 AK-47 Fire selector The fire selector is located on the left side of the rifle just above the pistol grip and is rotated by the shooter's right thumb ... When the selector points forward = safe, up = semi-auto and backward = full-auto or burst ... To use, the selector is rotated 90 degrees clockwise (down and forward) into the semi-auto position and then rotated an additional 90 degrees clockwise (forward and up ...
AK-47 - Features - Fire Selector
... of the AK-47, the AK-46, had a separate fire selector and safety ... The fire selector is a large lever located on the right side of the rifle, it acts as a dust-cover and prevents the charging handle from being pulled fully to the rear when it is on safe ... is, under stress a soldier will push the selector lever down with considerable force bypassing the full-auto stage and setting the rifle to semi-auto ...
Heckler & Koch HK 51 - Design Details
... The G3A3 (A4) is a selective-fire automatic weapon that employs a roller-delayed blowback operating system ... The rifle is hammer fired and has a trigger mechanism with a 3-position fire selector switch that is also the manual safety toggle that secures the weapon from accidentally discharging (fire selector in the “E ... The weapon can be fitted with an optional 4-position safety/fire selector group illustrated with pictograms with an ambidextrous selector lever ...

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