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This small note is a continuation of an old article. Please use Google Translate. https://shotguncollector.com/2021/07/30/%d1%81%d0%b0%d0%b9%d0%b4%d0%bb%d0%be%d0%ba%d0%b8-%d0%b7%d0%b0%d1%83%d1%8d%d1%80-sauer-side-locks/

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Thanks, Igor!

Hope you can post more articles in english if it is possible.

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Interesting that those Sauer locks have no tumbler forward motion anvil stops.

Ellenburg; is that typical?

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I'll have to smoke this one over as I haven't gotten to it. Pre-WWII or Post WWII on the subject >>Sauer Locks<<??


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Bushveld,it looks like below the pivot is a screw the tumble stops on .what do you think possible? Mark

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Originally Posted by mc
Bushveld,it looks like below the pivot is a screw the tumble stops on .what do you think possible? Mark

Mark;

Yes, I saw that but in the photos you can see that the area of the tumbler that would contact the screw/bridle is cut away and radius in order (IMO) to not touch same when the tumbler travels forward. However, the issue of the tumblers not have a visible side plate anvil may be moot, because the Sauer gunmakers may have built the forward motion stop for the tumblers into the action itself.

You will recall our discussion of a Chilton lock on a 1889 Grant SLE that has no tumbler anvil.

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Do you think it might be a rebound ? I have a Manhattan made by Sauer but I don't remember what locks are like I guess I take a look mark

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Mark;

I do not know if it is a rebounding or not, but viewing the 4th gun photo from the top of the article (the photo with Hendrik Fruhauf's name) I am impressed at what a beautiful lock it is and the superb craftsmanship. Also look how beautiful the color case hardening is. Of course, the Germans have always been at the top of the engineering disciplines.

Further in regard to your thoughts on if it is a rebounding lock, you will notice in this photo that the bottom of the tumbler is 2 mm away from touching the bridle---causing one to consider such.

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To me it looks like the bottom limb like a 1897 wr falling block is a rebound spring and it is a beautiful piece of work mark


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