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Brno ZKM 451 TGF (Model 1) .22LR – How to Disassembly and Reassembly (Field Strip)

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Category: Field-strip

Brno ZKM 451 TGF (Model 1) .22LR – How to Disassembly and Reassembly and bolt field Strip
Czech made BRNO Model 1 bolt action .22 LR repeater. This action was developed in 1943 during the WWII German occupation. The war-time recievers of these were marked “tgf”, the manufacturer code assigned by the German Heereswaffenamt. Following the war, a stockpile of parts and receivers that were left over were used to make the Model 1. Some of these earlier receivers still have the German code “tgf”, as seen on this rifle. The barrel measures 23″ in length and the drift adjustable rear sight has one standing and two folding blades for 50, 75 and 100 meter ranges. The receiver is grooved for scope mounts and the box magazine is detachable. The Model 1 was discontinued in 1957.

Length: 1040mm
Barrel Length: 585mm
Magazine Capacity: 5 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: 320m/s

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