Pushing the switch forward to "Fire" completes the circuit, allowing electricity to flow from the battery through the safety and to the trigger.
Could you suggest a powder and loads for my 1886 BSA Martini-Henry Mk III in .577/450?
I owned a Mauser rifle in 9.3x62mm for many years and used it successfully hunting in Canada.
The 122gn Soviet round has a muzzle velocity of 2340fps and energy of 1483 ft/lbs
I never found it necessary to crimp case necks as long as neck tension on the bullets was sufficient to resist recoil.
The .32 Winchester Special is a virtual ballistic twin to the .30-30 Winchester.
The Sako 85 is a fine rifle and renowned for its accuracy and performance.
Every rifle is a law unto itself, not only as to the loads they'll digest, but dimensionally too.