X-Ray Animated GIFs Show the Inner Workings of World War I Guns When Being Fired

By: | August 13th, 2016

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If you’re a gun lover, you definitely need to subscribe to the C&Rsenal YouTube Channel as it uploads a number of videos studying firearm history in-depth.

To show what takes place within some historical World War I guns when they are fired, C&Rsenal created a few awesome x-ray animated GIFs for viewers to reference.

Here are a few of the more interesting ones:

A six-round 8mm French Ordnance revolver, utilizing a hammer.

A six-round 8mm French Ordnance revolver, utilizing a hammer.

A three-round 8x50mmR Berthier Mle.16 bolt-action rifle.

A three-round 8x50mmR Berthier Mle.16 bolt-action rifle.

A five-round 7.92x57mm Mauser Gewehr, a stripper-clip-fed bolt-action rifle:

A five-round 7.92x57mm Mauser Gewehr, a stripper-clip-fed bolt-action rifle:

A hammer-fired ight-round .32 ACP F.Langenhan Selbstlader pistol.

A hammer-fired eight-round .32 ACP F.Langenhan Selbstlader pistol.

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