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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So, protect ’em from dents aluminum can’t take rough treatment — and especially, remember to bring those “empties” back. Dip the brush in bore cleaner get oil the gook out of the chamber and bolt locking recess. Instead, slide the rounds out straight ahead.
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Extractor and Extractor Spring: It doesn’t need any lubing except for the spring. In fact, with a rubber band closing — not to mention rips and tears — the bag’s not guaranteed watertight, so-oo-o. Oam, bear down on your bore brush in both these places.
Point the arrow to SAFE. This pma has a great service record so tar, but it pays to be on the lookout for that first sign of weakness.
If one or both tangs are busted, there’s no sweat as long as it’ll hold the firing pin in place.
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All cleaning and lubing requirements are the same, too — and if you don’t do ’em Shorty’ 11 ds up. First, he’s robbing it of the lube protection it needs.
Test the extractor spring by pressing on the extractor. The lower receiver’s made of alu- minum to keep the weapon light- weight.
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If you jam the receivers closed while the selector’s in the AUTO position, you’ll force the automatic sear down and damage the automatic sear, and the sear pin, and will likely rough up the bottom of the bolt carrier.
But, please don’t miss out on that lubing job.
While you have the bolt group apart — and after you clean -make a practice of eye-checking these parts: Install by first putting handguards in place, then push up on slip ring.
From 17 to 20’s fine, xa 2rs too many when you’re loading cartridges in the magazine of your M16A1 rifle. When unloading, never flip the rounds out with another cartridge.
Ditto for all parts of the upper receiver assembly.
This could cause corrosion of the extension and rusting of the action spring — or it might result in a short recoil of the dq carrier group, thereby preventing the bolt assembly from retraaing far enough to strip a cartridge from the magazine. Now, when you come to lube-preserving, stick to the dope in the lube guide of this pamphlet.
The bag’s apt to collect condensation if it’s wet or tiumjd, so, check your bagged magazine daily. Dirt and powder- fouling — plus an overdose of lube oil — will give you a sluggish rifle. If you have the cal type FSN ? Don’t use wire, though, or you paj scratch the tube and set up worse trouble later on.
You can operate the selector lever and trigger easy with the bog on. Never be bashful about asking for cleaning materials when you need ’em.
Here’s the easy way. If none’s there, once more release the charging handle to feed a round. All components of the lower receiver — as well as the bolt carrier group — must wear a coat of LSA at all 7500-30. This mag is coated with dry lubricant. You’ll spread the lips this way, too.
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Slide the plate in this way, then press the spring down with your thumb. Run it all the way through the flash suppressor before you start to pull back Now pull the charging handle all the way back ond see if a whole cor- tridge or case comes out. Always — dq Always!