Regulation On The Profession And On The Examination Requirements In The Practical And The Specialist Theoretical Part Of The Master Craftsman For The Gunsmith Trade

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Berufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen im praktischen und im fachtheoretischen Teil der Meisterprüfung für das Büchsenmacher-Handwerk

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Regulation on the professional image and on the examination requirements in the practical and in the theoretical part of the Meisterprüfung für das Büchsenmacher-Handwerk (Büchsenmachermeisterverordnung-BüchsMstrV)

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BüchsMstrV

Date of expiry: 01.10.1981

Full quote:

" Book-makers ' decree of 1. October 1981 (BGBl. I p. 1117) "

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Based on § 45 of the Craft order in the version of the Notice of 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), which was last amended by Article 24 (1) of the Law of 18. March 1975 (BGBl. I p. 705) has been amended in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science:

1. Section
professional image

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§ 1 occupational picture

(1) The bookmaker's craft trades are the following activities
1.
Design and manufacture of weapon parts as well as their assembly to firearms In particular for hunting and sports,
2.
Maintenance, repair, maintenance and shooting of firearms,
3.
Fitting optical devices.
(2) The following knowledge and skills are to be attributed to the Büchsenmacher craft:
1.
Mechanics knowledge, including strength gauge,
2.
Knowledge of Machine Elements,
3.
Knowledge of Optics,
4.
Knowledge of the operation, construction and use of firearms as well as recharging devices and components,
5.
Knowledge of soft and brazing,
6.
Knowledge of species, properties, labels, Use, processing and testing of plant and auxiliary materials,
7.
Knowledge of surface treatment and design, in particular of engravings and Inlay,
8.
Knowledge of the inside, outer and target ballistics,
9.
Knowledge of the Weapons and, in particular, the hunting and sports weapons and the types of ammunition,
10.
Knowledge of the hunting, weapons and explosives rights,
11.
Knowledge of the relevant rules of accident prevention, occupational safety and health and environmental protection, in particular the Immission protection,
12.
Knowledge of the relevant technical standards and guidelines,
13.
ready drafts, sketches, and drawings,
14.
Read More Explosion drawings,
15.
machining and machining of steel, non-ferrous metal, plastic, wood, horn and ivory, in particular by filing, sawing, Chisels, drilling, bending, straightening, rubbing, scraping, thread cutting, milling, turning, carving, and forging,
16.
Treating surfaces and executing them Corrosion protection measures, in particular by grinding, polishing, brushing and spreading,
17.
Treat treatment by annealing, hardening and tempering,
18.
Manufacture of unsolvable and detachable joints, in particular by means of soft and hard soldering, gas welding and arc welding, gluing, riveting, screws and Pins,
19.
assembly, commissioning, testing and setting of weapon parts, firearms and optical devices,
20.
Preparing and shooting firearms,
21.
Customer's berats about the safe handling of Firearms,
22.
Maintenance and repair of the operating equipment, in particular the tools, equipment and machines.

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Review requests in Parts I and II of the Master Review

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§ 2 Outline, Duration, and The practical test (Part I)

(1) In Part I, a master examination is to be carried out and a working sample should be carried out. In the determination of the master examination work, the proposals of the test item are to be taken into consideration as far as possible.(2) The preparation of the Master's examination should not take more than 20 working days, the working sample shall not last more than 12 hours.(3) Minimum requirements for the existence of Part I are in each case sufficient performances in the master examination work and in the working sample. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Master Examination Work

(1) As a master audit work, one of the following works is considered:
1.
Manufacture of a functional self-tensioner flip-flop with a pulled barrel, white-finished, including the attachment of the rear shaft,
2.
Manufacture of a functional disc sleeve with a shaft or a functional disc gun with Orthopedic handle, white finish,
3.
Manufacture of a functional Bock double-flint with "side closed" and headpiece ejector, white-ready, including the Production of the rear shaft,
4.
A base cule for a self-tensioner tipping gun with double-hook lock including the Rear shaft,
5.
Manufacturing of a combined pair of pairs to match an existing basal, including the back,
6.
Production of a complete flash lock including the rear axle for a tipping weapon.
The test piece may be used for the work at numbers 1 to 3. using pre-fabricated blanks.(2) The examinee has to submit a draft sketch with main dimensions, the bill of materials and the preliminary calculation to the Master Examination Committee before the examination of the master examination work. After approval of these documents, the drawing is to be completed and handed over to the Master Examination Committee.(3) The post-calculation is to be delivered with the master examination thesis. unofficial table of contents

§ 4 work sample

(1) As a work sample, one of the following tasks is to be performed:
1.
To create and customize a steel front for a tipping weapon,
2.
Fitting a finishing tube with hook-in and self-made support foot made of full material and shooting the gun,
3.
The finished and fitting of an eccentric and closure wedge of full material,
4.
Wooden fronts including fish skin cutting for a tipping weapon,
5.
A turn-on and impact piece for a lightning, anson, or Side lock.
(2) In the working sample, the most important skills and knowledge are to be examined, which could not be proven in the master examination work or could only be proved inadequately. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Examination of subject-theoretical knowledge (Part II)

(1) In Part II, knowledge of the following five Proof of examination subjects:
1.
Technical Mathematics: calculations from mechanics and the Ballistik;
2.
Technical Draw:
a)
finished sketches and sketches,
b)
Read exploded drawings;
3.
Specialist technology:
a)
Mechanics including strength teaching,
b)
machine elements, in particular fits,
c)
Optics,
d)
The operation, construction and use of firearms as well as recharging devices and components,
e)
surface treatment,
f)
inner, outer, and target ballistics, as well as Weapons lesson,
g)
Hunting, weapons and explosives right,
h)
relevant regulations of the Accident prevention, occupational safety and safety,
i)
Environmental protection regulations, in particular of immission protection,
k)
machining and machining of materials,
l)
Detachable and detachable connections, Produced in particular by soft and hard soldering, gas welding and arc welding, gluing, riveting, screws and pins;
4.
Material customer:
a)
Types, properties, labels, use, and processing of the work-and Excipients,
b)
Materials testing,
c)
Annealing, curing, and Start;
5.
Calculation: Cost determination with all factors that are essential to price formation and calculations for the offer-and the After-calculation.
(2) The examination must be carried out in writing and orally.(3) The written examination shall not take more than 12 hours, the oral test shall not take more than half an hour.(4) The examinee shall be exempted from the oral examination on request if, on average, he has provided at least good written services.(5) The minimum requirement for the existence of Part II shall be sufficient performance in the examination subjects referred to in paragraphs 1, 1, 3, 4 and 5.

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Transient and Final Provisions

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§ 7 additional requirements

The further requirements in the master test are determined by the regulation on common requirements in the master's examination in the craft of 12. December 1972 (BGBl. 2381), as amended. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Berlin clause

This regulation applies in accordance with § 14 of the Third Transfer Act in conjunction with Section 128 of the German Code of Contents Handicraft order in the Land of Berlin. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Entry into force

(1) This Regulation occurs on the 1. It was in force in April 1982.(2) The provisions to be applied further pursuant to Section 122 of the Craft Code shall no longer be applicable to the extent to which they regulate the subject matter of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

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