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Figure 6-12.–Recoil and counterrecoil system. holds the pistons against the back of the housing, and forces  them  into  the  stationary  chamber  during  recoil. Figure 6-13.–A basic recoil and counterrecoil system. Since the air pressure in the counterrecoil system is the only thing holding the gun in battery, all guns are equipped with a safety link. The safety link physically attaches the housing to the slide to prevent it from moving if system pressure is lost. The safety link is disconnected  prior  to  firing. Firing  Circuits Basically, a firing circuit supplies firing voltage to the propelling charge primer. This sounds simple, but the application can be quite complicated. For a safe Figure 6-14.–5"/54 Mk 42 recoil and counterrecoil system. 6-17

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