(action) fence

German translation: Muschel

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English term or phrase:(action) fence
German translation:Muschel

14:07 Dec 16, 2014
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Tech/Engineering - Military / Defense / Schusswaffen
English term or phrase: (action) fence
Liebe KollegInnen,

ich bin auf der Suche nach einem Terminus aus dem Bereich Flintenbau. Konkret geht es um den "fence"/"action fence" bei Kipplaufwaffen, eine Verdickung an der Basküle, wo diese auf die Laufwurzel trifft.
Zu sehen hier im ersten Bild: http://www.shootinguk.co.uk/shooting/start-shooting/how-a-sh...

Weiß jemand, wie dieses Element auf Deutsch heißt?

Herzlichen Dank schon vorab!
Julia Helbig (X)
Germany
Local time: 23:44
Baskülenschwanz
Explanation:
From the location you describe, it could well be this - in EN also known as an action tang.

BTW an "action face", rather than action fence, is a Stoßboden
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Yorkshireman
Germany
Local time: 23:44
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Auch wenn's nicht der Baskülenschwanz war, hat mich die Suche danach auf die richtige Spur gebracht. Thanks a lot!
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Baskülenschwanz


Explanation:
From the location you describe, it could well be this - in EN also known as an action tang.

BTW an "action face", rather than action fence, is a Stoßboden

Yorkshireman
Germany
Local time: 23:44
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Auch wenn's nicht der Baskülenschwanz war, hat mich die Suche danach auf die richtige Spur gebracht. Thanks a lot!
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