This Whitney-Howard was re-bronzed, the access to the room being below the weapon, it should be held with back to charge it.
Its lines are extremely fluid, owing to the fact that it there not of apparent hammer and no break between the action and the barrel which measurement 24 " but which with the housing of the breech measures 27 ".
The small lever can make it possible to slip 2 fingers for the operation but only one in position of shooting. The armament of the hammer interns is done at the time of the movement of the lever and the percussion of the starter is done by a striker in 2 points on the top of the breech.
In the same way the extraction of the casing is done by 2 symmetrical extractors.
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