DA Pam dated 1 July (supersedes DA Pam , dated 28 June in case you were wondering) is titled “The M16A1. : The M16A1 Rifle Operation And Preventative Maintenance DA Pam Original field manual illustrated by Will Eisner in comic form. SUMMARY of CHANGE. DA PAM –3. Soldiers’ Guide for Field Maintenance Operations. This major revision, dated 18 September
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When you’re oil through — and the lower receiver’s dry — put a generous coat of LSA FSN 9 on all of the insides of the tower receiver and on all of the parts. Best of all, you don’t have to take the weapon apart to 75030 this.
But, if it binds, turn the weapon in for repair.
Double check ’em every day, at least. Yeah, this Shorty’s pretty much like the MI6AI — it’s just shorter in the barrel and hand guards, has an adjustable butt stock and a combination noise and flash suppressor.
So it deserves reasonable treatment — especially in cleaning and lubing its lower receiver area. Your rifle can’t perform without it. Right, every time you clean your Ml6 — and every time you drain water from the bore — take an extra second to make sure the drain hole in the butt stock capscrew is open. Slide out the floor plate. Quick-rip the bag off with one steady yank. This mag is coated with dry lubri- cant.
Install by first putting handguards in place, then push up on slip ring. Bumped heads and lost games result. You’ll spread the lips this way, too.
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Now, remember, gtt these steps down pat. Last, opply a fight coot of ISA by wiping it with a swob dampened with the oil.
Extractor and Extractor Spring: And still one more: Even the cleaning tools are the same. The tighter the mag’s held in the re- ceiver, the more pressure pak takes to release it.
Separate the upper and lower receivers.
DA PAM 750-30 – The Army’s “Slightly Suggestive” Vietnam Era M16A1 Pamphlet
Next hit the forward assist and again pull the trigger. Here’s something you want to be real careful about.
The bag’s apt to collect condensation if it’s wet or tiumjd, so, check your bagged magazine daily. If you have the cal type FSN ? So, here’s the Numbah One poop on it: And if gook and brass chips from cases gather in the recesses, your bolt aaion will be stymied.
Use bore cleaner with any bore brush mentioned above and attack oil parts, especially behind the rings and under the lip of the extractor.
DA PAM – The Army’s “Slightly Suggestive” Vietnam Era M16A1 Pamphlet | IBOV
Be sure it’s in place when you put the parts back together. But the real harm comes when you don’t do anything about it after your stuff gets wet. Table in yourTM covers causes and cures. The firing pin would apm fall out and — no-fire! If dirt and crud coUea under the extractor, the claw won’t be able to snap over the rim of a cartridge case.
Always — like Always! Just wiggle the spring into the mag as far as it’ll go. So, take a cue from experience. If it won’t go all the way without a struggle, you’ve got some more cleaning to do. Careful, though, never “ride” the charger— let it go on its own. The only part of the mflgazine that gets any lube is the spring — and it gets only a very light touch of ISA.
First thing you know, the pins fall out and get lost — or the parts they hold won’t line up pm and your firing’s ‘way oflf. Don’t use wire, though, or you might scratch the tube and set up worse trouble later on.