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11 August 1812

En britisk-portugisisk kavaleristyrke barket sammen med en fransk kavaleridivisjon ved Majadahonda i Spania. Begge sider hadde rundt 2000 mann, og både den franske og britisk-portugisiske styrken mistet rundt 200 soldater. Selve slaget, som var en... Read more ...

11 August 1812

Trefningen ved Majadahonda
En britisk-portugisisk kavaleristyrke barket sammen med en fransk kavaleridivisjon ved Majadahonda i Spania. Begge sider hadde rundt 2000 mann, og både den franske og britisk-portugisiske styrken mistet rundt 200 soldater. Selve slaget, som var en del av den spanske selvstendighetskrigen, endte uavgjort.


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    Exploded View of a Flintlock

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    The drawing below shows an exploded view of a Danish-Norwegian military flintlock. Note that he translation of this article is not quite finished.

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    Flintlåsens deler

    Click the drawing for a larger version.

    1. Cock screw
    2. Cock spur
    3. Neck of the cock
    4. Body of the cock
    5. Tumbler screw
    6. Upper jaw
    7. Piece of leather
    8. Flint
    9. Lower jaw
    10. Face of frizzen (steel)
    11. Pan cover
    12. Tail of frizzen
    13. Pan cover screw
    14. Pressure arm
    15. Frizzen spring
    16. Frizzen spring screw
    17. Pan
    18. Lockplate
    19. Threaded hole for foremost lock plate screw
    20. Threaded hole for frizzen screw
    21. Bolster
    22. Pan screw
    23. Threaded hole for rearmost lock plate screw
    24. Anslagsflater
    25. Studdelskrue
    26. Studdel

    27. Stangfjærskrue
    28. Stangfjær
    29. Stang
    30. Stangskrue
    31. Nuss
    32. Nusskrapp
    33. Tumbler hook of mainspring
    34. Slagfjærskrue
    35. Lower limb of mainspring
    36. Slagfjærøre
    37. Upper limb of mainspring
    38. Cup of tumbler
    39. Stangarm
    40. Gjengehull for slagfjærskrue
    41. Gjengehull for fengpanneskrue
    42. Gjengehull for stangfjærskrue
    43. Gjengehull for stangskrue
    44. Forsterkningsknast for gjengehull
    45. Firkanttapp for hane
    46. Nusstapp
    47. Halvspennro
    48. Helspennro
    49. Springkile