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In peacetime nearly all of the Royal Army's active-duty battalions (and quite a few units of company or even platoon size) had one or more subunits on Short Leave at any given time.The "Combination Manual and Automatic Bolt Action" was a two piece gas piston (refer Fig.4 #24 & #25, below) that was selectable for semi-automatic fire or single shots, requiring manual operation of the slide to extract the empty casing and chamber a live round.To a degree the end result should no longer be viewed as a replica of the U. One adverse effect of this design change didn't become an issue until several years after Universal was no longer in business. Other parts can be obtained from various used parts dealers.These parts and their sources will be discussed throughout this text. and inventor Abe Seiderman, applied for a patent for a "Combination Manual and Automatic Bolt Action for Firearm".