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Posted: 8/9/2005 4:54:37 PM EDT
Can someone explain to me how the 203 is cocked by the oprod. Does it move a hammer? or cock a firing pin? how does the hammer or whatever fall with out interfering with the oprod after its cocked. A blueprint would be great!

Matt
Link Posted: 8/9/2005 4:55:13 PM EDT
According to Hollywood, you cock it just like a pump shotgun and never need to reload.
Link Posted: 8/9/2005 4:57:49 PM EDT
See... thats what I thought too.

but "a friend of mine" doesnt belive me...yea thats it


Originally Posted By ggllggll:
Can someone explain to me how the 203 is cocked by the oprod. Does it move a hammer? or cock a firing pin? how does the hammer or whatever fall with out interfering with the oprod after its cocked. A blueprint would be great!

Matt



Link Posted: 8/9/2005 5:01:18 PM EDT
Don't know how much this will help, but its some nice info

M203 manual
Link Posted: 8/9/2005 5:06:12 PM EDT
www.biggerhammer.net/ar15/cad/

At the bottom, "M203 Grenade Launcher."

Exactly what you're looking for.
Link Posted: 8/9/2005 5:25:31 PM EDT
What is this M203 thing you speak type of?

Link Posted: 8/9/2005 8:01:45 PM EDT
that's it. exactly. I used to use the 203 on ocassion but never got to take one apart.

My question, I notice there is a 1/8x1" ? square cut out of the op-rod. Does this have somthing to do with the action on the inside?

By the way, thanks for the advice so far. While the CAD movie is amazing, it really doesnt go into how the action works.

Why do I ask.....you ask? I want to ad an oprod to a cobray launcher, so as to remove that ugly bolt handle on the side. I'm working on making a retrofit "kit" to give the cobray's, however usefull they are, a more pleasing appearance.

Thanks everyone!

Matt
Link Posted: 8/9/2005 8:05:24 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/9/2005 8:06:30 PM EDT by WildBoar]
Op rod on a 203? I carried one for over a year and dont remember one. Then again I only knew as much as I needed to know. I qualified expert with it always but I am certainly not an expert in what makes it tick.

Link Posted: 8/9/2005 8:08:51 PM EDT
op rod, pinned in metal bar stock that operates the internlas gizmo, whatever
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