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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You can do a good cleaning job, if you do it this-a-way — and do it every day.
If she still won’t fire, do what your TM says on trouble-shooting. Else condensation’ 11 build up and ruin the bore. Don’t sweat it, though. Install by first putting handguards in place, then push up on slip ring.
Ditto for all parts of the upper receiver assembly. Lube ruins ammo and collects gook — could leave you helpless in a fight!
Here’s the easy way. That’s a drive too hot to handle. The lower receiver’s made of alu- minum to keep the weapon light- weight. A rifle could explode if you fired it with the cam pin missing.
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Then the receivers will close without any interference. So get it off as quick as you can. Instinctively do- ing the right thing to clear your weapon and get it firing again, soonest!
Brackish water — that’s another story. Follow the guide on pages The bracket will handle either the M16A1 or the Mi4, though you may have to do a little dda to get the M16 to fit the way you want it. If you see beads of condensation inside the bag, la. First, he’s robbing it of the lube protection it needs. While you ra the bolt group apart — and after you clean -make a practice of eye-checking d parts: Which is A-OK as far as it goes. Use bore cleaner with any bore brush mentioned above and attack oil parts, especially behind the rings and under the lip of the extractor.
Soak your artist brush FSN or other similar type brush real good with bore deaner.
DA Pam 750-30
Then it’s due right now for a physical. This bag, y’know, won’t excuse you from regular PM chores. Wrap a piece oT clean ciotn or cleaning patch around the brush handle and poke 750-300 into the hard-to-get-at places.
Slide the plate in this way, then press the spring down with your thumb. Use another pipe deoner — or air-dry it by waving it around — to dry the tube xa well OS you con. Choke up on the cleaning rod — hold it about 2 inches from the receiver and push it straight inch by inch in short jerks all the way through the flash suppressor.
DA PAM 750-30 – The Army’s “Slightly Suggestive” Vietnam Era M16A1 Pamphlet
So, bear down on your bore brush in both these places. From 17 to 20’s fine, but 2rs too many when pqm loading cartridges in the magazine of your M16A1 rifle. Easy does it all the way. If you have the cal type FSN ? Clean the carrier key with your bore brush FSN ond bore cleaner. Then pull it back all the way out — again in short jerks. All cleaning and lubing requirements are the same, too — and if you don’t do ’em Shorty’ 11 act up. Here’re a couple ways Maxie can shortstop trouble for you: Do it the right way and you won’t hurt the rod.
Never be bashful about asking for cleaning materials when you need ’em. It does a better lubing job on working parts, espe- cially in a muggy-wet climate like Vietnam’s Let DS fix ’em.