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Comparison of advantages and disadvantages of semi-automatic flat knitting machine and fully automatic

Update:22-02-2020
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What are the differences, advantages and disadvantages […]

What are the differences, advantages and disadvantages between a semi-automatic flat knitting machine and a fully automatic one?

You must pull the bolt to shoot, but you only need to pull it once. The gunner can choose between burst and burst firing. When firing, you can only fire a bullet when you pull the trigger. Even if you press the trigger for a longer time, it will not Hit a second round.

When the control button is placed in the continuous shooting position, it is like an automatic pistol. With your finger pressed on the trigger, you can shoot continuously until there are no bullets in the magazine.

That is, the firearms that can be automatically loaded into the bore after firing and can be fired continuously are called full-automatic firearms; the firearms that can be automatically loaded into the chamber after firing and can only be fired in a single shot are called semi-automatic firearms or automatic reloading firearms . The structural difference between fully automatic and semi-automatic firearms lies only in the launching mechanism.

Full automatic computerized flat knitting machine is characterized by high shooting speed, high fire density, good mobility, strong reliability, and can effectively kill fast moving targets.

The disadvantages are: low firing accuracy, wide distribution of impact points, and fast ammunition consumption.

The characteristics of semi-automatic are: high precision, high reliability, powerful single shot, easy maintenance, etc. In short, it is fully automatic without loading the barrel, it is just semi-automatic to load the bullet, and it is necessary to buckle it for the first time, of course. The next step is the same as full automatic. Non-automatic firing requires manual loading.

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