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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All components of the lower receiver — as well as the bolt carrier group — must wear a coat of LSA at all times.
A cleaning job like this will get rid of all the carbon and dirt that might keep your weapon from shooting right. Maxie’s the best partner you’ll ever have. 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. You can do a good cleaning job, if you do it this-a-way — and do it every day. Normally clean water itself is not harmful.
Instead, slide the rounds out straight ahead. The lower receiver’s made of alu- minum to keep the weapon light- weight.
A pipe cleaner’s about the handiest thing for keeping this hole clear. The one you save just might save you some day. There’s always the danger that some guy might be tempted to give his weap- on a shower or tub bath before inspec- tion to get rid of daa and lube.
The farther the shaft of the catch sticks through the catch button, the tighter the magazine’s held in the receiver. The carrier should move freely First, he’s robbing it of psm lube protection it needs.
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Here’re a couple ways Maxie can shortstop trouble for you: Slide the plate in this way, then press the spring down with your thumb. Else condensation’ 11 build up and ruin the bore. 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.
If it won’t go all the way without a struggle, you’ve got some more cleaning to do. Be sure you keep that drainage hole in the butt cap screw unclogged at all times.
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If no cartridge or cose ejects, first look for a round in the chamber. Always — like Always! However, if you do find a cartridge or case in the chamber, be sure you remove it before you try to reload and recycle your weapon.
The ppam will handle either the M16A1 or the Mi4, though you may have to do a little maneuvering to get the M16 to fit the way you want it. Extractor and Extractor Spring: But the pins that hold the auto- 1.
Of course, this all centers on remov- ing or not removing the components of the lower receiver to do the servicing job. And if gook and brass chips from cases gather in the recesses, your bolt aaion will be stymied. Run it all the way through the ra suppressor before you start to pull back Never be bashful about asking for cleaning materials when you need ’em.
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For cleaning the disassembled mag — Either dunk it in rifle bore cleaner and shake it good while submerged OR — scrub the inside with a brush soaked with cleaner OR — Use a rag soaked in bore cleaner. Stop tugging when the follower reoches the tabs and ears and don’t separate the spring from the follower. Dirt and powder- fouling — plus an overdose of lube oil — will give you a sluggish rifle.
So it deserves reasonable treatment — especially in cleaning and lubing its lower receiver area. Get ’em and use’ em!
Clean the gas port in the bolt carrier group every day — and take it real easy with apm lube. Here’ re some ideas that might help: Sec- ond, he’s liable to let water seep into the lower receiver extension.
Easy does it all the way. 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.
DA PAM 750-30 – The Army’s “Slightly Suggestive” Vietnam Era M16A1 Pamphlet
It doesn’t need any lubing except for the spring — and that only very lightly, with LSA. Now doublecheck your job. Here’s where to look for installation and parts poop for ttfe various vehicles: Make 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. Any further and you might damage it.
You turn the han- dle clockwise to tighten it and counter- clockwise to loosen it. If you have the cal type FSN ? First thing you 750-3, the pins fall out and get lost — or the parts they hold won’t line up right and your firing’s ‘way oflf.