DA PAM 750-30 PDF

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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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This mag is coated with dry lubri- cant. If absolutely necessary, you can fire right through the bag. First, he’s robbing it of the lube protection it needs. Else condensation’ 11 build up and ruin the bore.

Just wiggle pak spring into the mag as far as it’ll go.

DA Pam 750-30

Maxie’s the best partner you’ll ever have. Get ’em and use’ em! Too much lube speeds carbon buildup in the chamber and bolt locking recess. IS Toke handguards off by first pulling down on the slip ring.

Never load dented or dirty ammo.

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Sec- ond, he’s liable to let water seep into the lower receiver extension. But, please don’t miss out on that lubing job. So, here’s the Numbah One poop on it: Careful, though, never “ride” the charger— let it go on its own.

But, be mighty careful you don’t lose it when you’re doing PM. Eyeball the extractor for chipped or broken edges in the area of the lip that engoges the cartridge rim. The others get 2 located just to the right of the driver. Last, opply a fight coot of ISA by wiping it with a swob dampened with the oil.

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Your Ml6Ars own tools — clean- ing rods and brushes alike — all have real fine threads Pipe cleaners help here and inside the carrier key. Use bore cleaner with any bore brush mentioned above and attack oil parts, especially behind the rings and under the lip of the extractor. Even the cleaning tools are the same. Then it’s due right now for a physical. Soak your artist brush FSN or other similar type brush real good with bore deaner.

Here’s the easy way. So, take a cue from experience. A rifle could explode if you fired it with the cam pin missing. A cleaning job like this will get rid of all the carbon and dirt that might keep your weapon from shooting right. Wrap a piece oT clean ciotn or cleaning patch around the brush handle and poke it into the hard-to-get-at places. No ”buts” about it. You’re bound to have a good season if you stay on the ball with your PM.

Extractor and Extractor Spring: This water’s got to be removed before J you try to fire.

The tighter the mag’s held in the re- ceiver, the more pressure it takes to release it. Slide the plate in this way, then press the spring down with your thumb. If none’s there, once more release the charging handle to feed a round.

Then pull it back all the way out — again in short jerks.

II Push the buffer assembly in about Va inch, press in on the buffer retainer, then release the guide. You only use these new paj protective caps FSN when you’re in action. Of course, if the lower receiver ever gets so fouled up that the rifle won’t fire right, then you let support have a whack at it.

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Now, remember, gtt these steps down pat.

7750-30 sure you get the metal end of the brush in all the way — right into the bot- tom of the hole where the gas tube is seated in the carrier key — and then turn it to loosen the crud.

If one or both tangs are busted, there’s no sweat as long as it’ll hold the firing pin in place. You can do a good cleaning job, if you do it this-a-way — and do it every day. Dip the brush in bore cleaner get oil the gook out of the chamber and bolt locking recess.

Here’s something you want to be real careful about. Don’t worry about any discoloration you find there, though.

All components of the lower receiver — as well as the bolt va group — must wear a coat of LSA at all times. This means holding your rifle ‘way up there and, if you can, keep the pouch with the spares above the water h’ne, Soon as you come out of the drink — if Charlie’s not interfering, natch — take the mags out and shake em good a couple of times to get rid of most of the water.

Truth is, you are not authorized to remove the lower receiver’s parts at all. The new E-3’s probably won’t make the rounds till supplies of the E-l’s and E-2’s are gone.