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Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun

Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun: Altor Corporation has made one of the smallest conceal carry handguns in the market. This single shot handgun has unmatched simplicity; foolproof operation consists of only two parts to load and fire. This pistol has quality construction throughout using stainless steel and firearm grade polymer. The sleek, contemporary look of this pistol appears nonthreatening, it is fully ambidextrous and the ergonomic design makes it easy to carry, hold and fire.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Single Shot
9mm Caliber

Construction:
Metal Components: 100% Stainless Steel
Polymer Components: High Performance Reinforced Nylon 6

Pistol Size:
Length: 6.5″
Height: 3.5″
Thickness: 1.0″
Weight: 10.5 oz

RIFLING
Grooves : 4
Twist: 1:10″ LH

FEATURES:
Integral Sights
Push button Safety
Textured grip
Striker Fired
Ambidextrous
Ergonomic design
Lightweight
Light recoil
Double Action
Lifetime Warranty
Made in USA

Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun
Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun

A pistol is a handgun, more specifically one with the chamber integral to its gun barrel, though in common usage the two terms are often used interchangeably. The English word was introduced in ca. 1570 – when early handguns were produced in Europe and is derived from the Middle French pistolet (ca. 1550), meaning a small gun or knife. In colloquial usage, the word “pistol” is often used to describe any types of handgun, inclusive of revolvers (which have a single barrel and a separate cylinder housing multiple chambers) and the pocket-sized derringers (which are often multi-barrelled). Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun

The most common type of pistol used in the contemporary era is the semi-automatic pistol, while the older single-shot and manual repeating pistols are now rarely seen and used primarily for nostalgic hunting and historical reenactment, and the fully automatic machine pistols are uncommon in civilian usage due to generally poor recoil-controllability and strict laws and regulations governing their manufacture and sale

Single shot handguns were mainly seen during the era of flintlock and musket weaponry where the pistol was loaded with a lead ball and fired by a flint striker, and then later a percussion cap. However, as technology improved, so did the single shot pistol. New operating mechanisms were created, and due to this, they are still made today. They are the oldest type of pistol, and are often used to hunt wild game. Additionally, their compact size compared to most other types of handgun makes them more concealable.

With the development of the revolver, short for revolving pistol, in the 19th century, gunsmiths had finally achieved the goal of a practical capability for delivering multiple loads to one handgun barrel in quick succession. Revolvers feed ammunition via the rotation of a cartridge-filled cylinder, in which each cartridge is contained in its own ignition chamber, and is sequentially brought into alignment with the weapon’s barrel by an indexing mechanism linked to the weapon’s trigger (double-action) or its hammer (single-action). These nominally cylindrical chambers, usually numbering between five and eight depending on the size of the revolver and the size of the cartridge being fired, are bored through the cylinder so that their axes are parallel to the cylinder’s axis of rotation; thus, as the cylinder rotates, the chambers revolve about the cylinder’s axis.

After the revolver, the semi-automatic pistol was the next step in the development of the pistol. By avoiding multiple chambers—which need to be individually reloaded—semi-automatic pistols delivered faster rates of fire and required only a few seconds to reload, by pushing a button or flipping a switch, and the magazine slides out to be replaced by a fully-loaded one. In blowback-type semi-automatics, the recoil force is used to push the slide back and eject the shell (if any) so that the magazine spring can push another round up; then as the slide returns, it chambers the round. An example of a modern blowback action semi-automatic pistol is the Walther PPK. Blowback pistols are some of the more simply designed handguns. Many semi-automatic pistols today operate using short-recoil. This design is often coupled with the Browning type tilting barrel. Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun

A machine pistol is a pistol that is capable of burst-fire or fully automatic fire. The first machine pistol was produced by the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1916, as the Steyr Repetierpistole M1912/P16, and the term is derived from the German word maschinenpistolen. Though it is often used interchangeably with submachine gun, a machine pistol is generally used to describe a weapon that is more compact than a typical submachine gun.

How it works: The shooter will disable the safety switch and pull the trigger, but hold it unlike firing a normal semi-automatic. The handgun will fire one round, and recoils and the high-capacity magazine spring pushes another round, and is chambered, and fired without any actions needed from the shooter. They are useful in situations where multiple bullets must be fired in quick succession with minimal effort. Buy ALTOR Pistol 9mm Single Shot Handgun

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