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TM 9-1005-223-10TECHNICAL MANUALOPERATOR'S MANUALFORRIFLE, , M14, W/E(1005589-1 271)RIFLE, , M14A1, W/E(1005-072-501 1)BIPOD, RIFLE, M2(1005-711-6202)This copy is reprint which includes currentpages from Changes 1 and , DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYMARCH 1972WARNINGUnder no circumstances will a blank cartridge bealtered by inclusion of additional propellant in anattempt to obtain automatic action without the blankfiring attachment (BFA). Additional propellant willnot increase gas port pressure enough to operatethe rifle automatically, but may increase chamberpressure enough to cause extensive rifle damageand possible injury to not use a bullet-type cartridge to project agrenade or ground signal from a launcher under not fire ammunition which has been stored orexposed to direct rays of the sun or other types ofextreme heat. Make sure to store ammunition underprotective cover and from excess heat and 9-1005-223-10C 2Changes in force: C 1 and C 2Change HEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYNo. 2 Washington, , 8 May 1973Operator's ManualforRIFLE, , M14, W/E(1005-589-1271)RIFLE, , M14A1, W/E(1005-072-5011)BIPOD, RIFLE, M2(1005-71 1-6202)TM 9-1005-223-10, 21 March 1972, is changed as follows:Page 1-1 paragraph 1-3. Change address to: "Commander, US ArmyWeapons Command, ATTN: AMSWE-MAS-SP, Rock Island, IL,61201."Page 1-2. Add the following statement at end of paragraph 1-4a: "Onecartridge magazine, 7790183 (fig B-1), and one small arms sling,6544058 (7, fig B-2), are furnished with each weapon as componentitems."}1B-2. GeneralThis basic issue items and items troop installed or authorized list isdivided into the following Issue Items List-Section II. A list, in alphabeticalsequence, of items absolutely essential for operation of the end item,which are furnished with and must be turned in with the end Troop Installed or Authorized List-Section III. A list, inalphabetical sequence, of items required by the operator for sustainedoperation of the end item. These discretionary items will berequisitioned by the unit in accordance with its mission may accompany the end item, but are not subject to be turned inwith Explanation of ColumnsThe following provides an explanation of columns found in the Stock Number. Indicates the Federal stock numberassigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning Indicates the Federal item name and a minimumdescription required to identify the item. The last line indicates thereference number followed by the applicable Federal Supply Code forManufacturer (FSCM) in parentheses. The FSCM is used as an element2in item identification to designate manufacturer or distributor orGovernment agency, etc., and is identified in SB of Measure (U/M). Indicates the standard or basic quantityby which the listed item is used in performing the actual maintenancefunction. This measure is expressed by a two-character alphabeticalabbreviation, , ea, in., pr, etc., and is the basis used to indicatequantities and allowances in subsequent Furnished with Equipment (Basic Issue Items Only).Indicates the quantity of the item furnished with the Authorized (Items Troop Installed or Authorized Only).Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with (Basic Issue Items Only). This column is divided asfollows:(1)Figure number. Indicates the figure number of theillustration on which the item is shown.(2)Item number. Indicates the callout number used toreference the item on the II. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST(1)(2)(3)(4)(5) (a)(b) number & mfr. CodeUsable on SLING, SMALL ARMS: Ml, WEBBING (M14EA1B-1ONLY) 6544058 (19204).4WE 72136Figure B-1. Basic issue Order d the Secretary of the Army:BRUCE PALMER, , ArmyOfficial:Acting Chief of StaffVERNE L. BOWERSMajor General, United States ArmyThe Adjutant GeneralDistribution:To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-40 (qty rqr blockno. 139), Operator and Crew requirements for Rifle, 762-MM, III. ITEMS TROOP INSTALLED ON AUTHORIZED LIST(1)(2)(3)(4) stock mfr. CodeUsable on , CLEANING,EA1SMALL ARMS: BORE5564174 (19204)1005-690-8441 BRUSH, CLEANING, EA 1SMALL ARMS:CHAMBER 7790463(19204)1005-791-3377 CASE, LUBRICANT: EA 17790995 (19204)1005-650-4510 CASE, SMALL ARMS EA1CLEANING ROD:7267754 (19204)4933-768-0211 COMBINATION TOOL: EA17790769 (19204)1005-628-9048 MAGAZINE, CART- EA4RIDGE: (20 CAR-TRIDGES) 7790183(19204)1005-726-6109 ROD SECTION, CLEAN- EA 4ING, SMALL ARMS:7266109 (19204)1005-726-6110 SWAB HOLDER SEC-EA1TION, SMALL ARMSCLEANING ROD:7266110 (19204)6TM 9-1005-223-10C 1Change HEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYNo. 1 Washington, , 6 October 1972OPERATOR'S MANUALFORRIFLE, , M14, W/E(1005589-1 271)RIFLE, , M14A1, W/E(1005-072-501 1)BIPOD, RIFLE, M2(1005-711-6202)TM 9-1005-223-10, 21 March 1972, is changed as follows:Page B-1. Appendix B is superseded as follows:APPENDIX BBASIC ISSUE ITEMS LISTANDITEMS TROOP INSTALLED OR AUTHORIZEDLISTSection I. INTRODUCTIONB-1 ScopeThis appendix lists basic issue items and items troop installed orauthorized required by the crew/operator for operation of -the , M14 and M14A1.}1Page B-8. Section II was changed by change 1 and further changed asfollows: Delete FSN 1005-654-4058, small arms sling, and allinformation pertaining to it. There are no basic issue items for Order of the Secretary of the Army:CREIGHTON W. ABRAMSGeneral, United States ArmyOfficial: Chief of StaffVERNE L. BOWERSMajor General, United States ArmyThe Adjutant GeneralDistribution:To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-40 (qty rqr blockNo. 139) operator and crew maintenance requirements for , M14 and *TM 9-1005-223-10Technical ManualHEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYNo. 9-1005-223-10Washington, , 21 March 1972OPERATOR'S MANUALRIFLE, , M14RIFLE, , M14A1BIPOD, RIFLE, M2ParagraphsPagesCHAPTER and INSTRUCTIONSSection under usualconditions ..................................... of materiel usedin conjunction with under unusualconditions ...................................2-152 -31*This manual supersedes only that portion pertaining to theoperator of TM 9-1005-223-20, 19 May 1967 including all }ParagraphsPagesCHAPTER INSTRUCTIONSSection issue items, items troopinstalled or instructions ....................... maintenancechecks and of major of OF MATERIALUSED IN CONJUNCTIONWITH MAJOR ISSUE ITEMS LIST ANDITEMS TROOP INSTALLEDOR AUTHORIZED LISTSection issue itemsRepair and OF Rifle M14-left front view ................................ Rifle M14-right front Rifle M14 and Rifle Bipod M2-right front view ........................................ .................. Rifle M14 and Bayonet-Knife, Rifle M14 with Grenade LauncherM76 and Grenade Launcher Sight M15 ....................1-91-6 Rifle M14, Blank Ammunition Fir-ing Attachment M12 and Breech Shield Rifle M14 with winter trigger kitinstalled ........................................ ............................... Rifle M14Al-left rear view .............................. Rifle M14A1-right front view ..........................1-131-10Rifle Bipod M6 and Bayonet-Knife Scabbard M8A .. 1-152-1 Selector set for automatic (A) and semiautomatic(B) fire ........................................ ..............................2-22-2Load ing magazine ........................................ ...............2-62-3Loading magazine with filler and clip ...........................2-72-4Loading magazine with magazine into rifle ........................................ ..2-102-6Chambering the cartridge ........................................ ....2-132-7 Bolt locking and unlocking ........................................ ...2-142-8 Firing rifle ........................................ ............................2-162-9Extra cting cartridge case from chamber ......................2-172-10Ejecting cartridge case from chamber ..........................2-192-11Showin g bolt in open magazine from rifle .....................................2-2 42-13ON-OFF position of bipod legs ........................................ ............2-27iiiNumber Title Pages2-15 Installation/removal grenade Installation/removal of blank ammunition firing attatchment ........................................ ............................. 2-292-17 Installation/removal of Weapon field stripped (M14)................................... ......3-213-2 Weapon field stripped (M14A1)................................. ...3-233-3 Disassembly/assembly of (NATO) cartridges ........................................ 5-25-2 grenade cartridge ........................................ ..5-3B-1 Magazine-exploded view ........................................ .....B-10B-2 Tools and 1INTRODUCTIONSection I. GENERAL1-1. ScopeThis manual contains information and instructions for the operatorresponsible for performing maintenance on Rifle, M14, M14A1and Rifle Bipod, M2, (figs. 1-1 through 1-10) as allocated by theMaintenance Allocation Chart (MAC).1-2. Forms and RecordsMaintenance forms, records, and reports which are to be used bymaintenance personnel at all maintenance levels are listed in andprescribed by TM Reporting of ErrorsThe reporting of errors, omissions, and recommendations for improvingthis publication by the individual user is encouraged. Reports should besubmitted on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications)and forwarded direct to: Commanding General, Army WeaponsCommand, ATTN: AMSWE-MAP, Rock Island, Il. II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA1-4. Rifle, M14 or M14A1 (figs. 1-1 through 1-9) is alightweight, air-cooled, gas operated, magazine fed, shoulder weapon,used primarily for semiautomatic or full automatic blank ammunition firing attachment (fig. 1-6) consists of theM12 Attachment and the M3 Breech Shield. It is used to fire blankammunition. The tubular portion of the blank firing attachment isinserted into the muzzle opening of the flash suppressor. The firingattachment is secured by the bayonet lug and a spring clip latch. Theshield is secured to the cartridge guide by a guide lug with a Winter Trigger Kit M5 (fig. 1-7) is used in cold weather orarctic operation of Rifle M14. The kit consists of a winter safety andwinter trigger assembly. It is installed to the pistol grip portion of thestock with 1-1. Rifle M14-left front 1-2. Rifle M14-right front 1-3. Rifle M14 and Rifle Bipod M2-right front 1-4. Rifle M14 and Bayonet-knife Differences Between ModelsThe Rifle M14A1 (figs. 1-8 and 1-9) differs from the Rifle M14 (figs. 1-1through 1-7) in that it has a cushioned type butt plate to reduce the recoilforce, a modified in-line pistol grip-type stock assembly with a foldingshoulder rest, hand grip assembly, selector, and a stabilizer stabilizer provides for muzzle compensation and reduces recoilaction. The stabilizer fits over the flash suppressor and locks to thebayonet Tabulated Rifle lbLength w/flash inLength of inMagazine cartridge rd, ammunitionRate of fire semi-auto/automatic).................... ........................1-750 rpmMethod of Rifle lbLength inLength of inMagazine cartridge rd, ammunitionRate of fire (semi-auto/automatic)................... ........................1-750 rpmMethod of Launcher M76 and Grenade Launcher Sight M15.(1)Grenade oz(2)Grenade launcher Scabbard Ammunition Firing Attachment M12 with Breech Shield M3(M14 only). , Winter Trigger with Winter to 5 oz1-7. Identification rifle has the name of the manufacturer and a serialnumber stamped on the receiver for identification , such as the magazine, bipod, grenade launcher, andbayonet-knife may have a nomenclature, model1-8Figure 1-5. Rifle M14 with Grenade Launcher M76 and Grenade Launcher Sight 1-6. Rifle M14, Blank Ammunition Firing Attachment M12 and Breech Shield 1-7. Rifle M14 with winter trigger kit 1-8. Rifle M14A1-left rear 1-9. Rifle M14A1-right front 1-10. Rifle Bipod , part number, or manufacture series number stampings onthe outer rifle bipod (fig. 1-10) is a light weight portable, foldingmount which clamps to the gas cylinder of the Bayonet-Knife M6 (fig. 1-11) is used in conjunction withRifle, M14 for close combat. It connects to the bayonet lug of the flashsuppressor and a closed loop in the handle encircles the flashsuppressor (-fig. 1-4).Figure 1-11. Bayonet-Knife M6 and Bayonet-Knife Scabbard bayonet-knife scabbard (fig. 1-11) serves as a carrier forthe bayonet when it is not assembled to the Grenade Launcher Sight M15 (fig. 1-5) is used inconjunction with the Grenade Launcher M76 when launching grenadesfrom Rifle M14. It consists of mounting scale plate and sight barassembly. The mounting scale plate is attached to the left side of thestock by two screws. The sight bar assembly is attached to themounting 2OPERATING INSTRUCTIONSSection I. CONTROL2-1. GeneralThis section describes the various controls and provides theoperator/crew sufficient information to insure the proper operation Rifles, M14, M14A1 and (1)Selector (fig. 2-1) regulates the rate of fire of the rifle. Itis located on the right rear side of the receiver.(2)The letter A stamped on the selector is placed in the 12o'clock position and facing the operator when set for automatic fire. Thevoid side of selector is facing the operator when set for 2-1. Selector set for automatic (A) and semi-automatic (B) and Sear Assembly.(1)The integral trigger and sear assembly (fig. 1-8) is part ofthe firing mechanism. When the trigger is squeezed it initiates the firetrain, causing forward movement of the hammer. As the hammer goesforward, the firing pin strikes the primer in the head of the cartridge casecausing it to ignite, thus initiating the main propellant in the body of thechambered cartridge. The pressure which is built up from the burningpropellant causes the bullet to be propelled out the barrel of the weaponinto flight.(2)The trigger and sear assembly is located inside of thereceiver (1)The safety (figs. 1-2 and 1-9) prevents the rifle frombeing accidentally fired.(2)The safety mechanism is located just forward of thetrigger.(3)The weapon will not fire when safety is in rear position.(4)weapon will fire when safety is set in forward Valve. The spindle valve controls gas flow. When theslot of the spindle is in the 12 o'clock position (ON), sufficient gaspressure is released to cause the rifle to function. However, when theslot of the spindle is in the 3 o'clock position (OFF), maximum gaspressure is built up to propel the rifle grenades. The spindle (figs. 1-2and 1-9) further prevents the by-pass of gas into the gas Sight. The rear sight (fig. 1-3) is used for the alignment offirer's line-of-fire with target (FM 23-71) to be fired upon. The lateralmovement of the sight is regulated by the windage knob (fig. 1-2),whereas the sight elevation of the apperture is adjusted by the pinion,which is calibrated in meters. Turn pinion (fig. 1-1) clockwise Rod Handle. The handle of the operating rod (fig. 1-2) must be used to manually operate the bolt for feeding, chambering,locking, and ejecting of cartridges. When the rifle is fired, gas pressurebuilds up in the gas cylinder (fig. 1-3) which forces the operating rod tothe rear, thus initiating bolt Trigger Kit. Refer to figure 1-7 as a replacement for theregular trigger assembly during cold or arctic Bipod ControlsThe bipod (fig. 1-10) is used as an adjustable support for the rifle whenit is being fired. The bipod legs are the plunger and move up or move down on the sliding baseportion to position leg assemblies. When the plunger button is releasedand positioned properly, it will seat in the slot locking the legs at thedesired height. The jaws are placed around the front end of the gascylinder and held in that manner by tightening a bolt with thecombination II. OPERATION UNDER USUALCONDITIONS2-4. GeneralThis section contains instructions for the operation of the rifles and bipodunder conditions of moderate temperatures and humidity. Instructionsfor operation under unusual conditions are covered in section Preparation, for rifle to make certain it is clean and free of obstructionsin the sure the rifle is properly rifle for correct assembly and for proper ammunition for grade, identification marking and 2-2. Loading 2-3. Loading magazine with filler and 2-4. Loading magazine with and inspect controls for satisfactory Loading magazine as shown in figure 2-2. Insert each cartridgewith the bullet toward the front of the loading the magazine with a filler (fig. 2-3) slide the fillerover the top rear portion of the magazine. Insert the loaded clip (fig. 2-4) and push the 5 rounds into the magazine. Remove the clip andrepeat the process until 20 rounds have been loaded into the clip and magazine Loading the Round (Magazine Removed).(1)Move SAFETY to safe position.(2)Pull operating rod fully to rear and press in the bolt lockwhile holding the muzzle end of the weapon pointing slightly a cartridge into the chamber and seat it with the thumb. Pull backon operating rod handle and release it to permit bolt to move Round (Magazine Installed). When loading a cartridgewith the magazine installed, first set SAFETY to safe position and place2-9Figure 2-5. Loading magazine into cartridge into the chamber. Next depress the magazine follower withthe right thumb and at the same time press back-on the operating rodhandle and release it. This allows the bolt to move Magazine.(1)Move SAFETY to safe position.(2)Insert a loaded magazine into the magazine well until theoperating rod spring guide engages the magazine (fig. 2-5).(3)Pull backward and upward until the magazine latch snapsinto position. A click will be heard to indicate that the magazine is fullyseated.(4)Pull back and release the operating rod handle to allowthe bolt to strip the top cartridge from the magazine for Top Loading (Installed Magazine)An empty magazine in the weapon can be loaded through the top of thereceiver using a 5-round magazine loading clip. First place the clip inthe magazine stripper guide. Next place the thumb of one hand on topof the ammunition while grasping the side and bottom of the receiverwith the other hand and then apply pressure on the top cartridge. Thisexerted2-11pressure forces the 5-rounds into the magazine (fig. 2-4). Finally pull upto remove the cartridge time a cartridge is fired from the rifle, many parts inside ofit work in a given order. This is known as the cycle of operation. Thecycle is similar in all small arms. A knowledge of what happens duringthe cycle of operation will help you to understand the cause of andremedy for various cycle of operation is broken down into eight steps. Thesesteps are listed below, together with a brief description of what occursinside the rifle during each step. With the selector set for semiautomaticfire (fig. 2-1) assume that a full magazine has been loaded in the rifle,that the first cartridge has been fired; and the bolt is to the rear.(1)Feeding. Feeding takes place when a cartridge is forcedinto the path of the bolt. The top cartridge is forced into the path of thebolt by the magazine follower. The follower is under pressure of themagazine spring.(2)Chambering. Chambering occurs when a cartridge isdriven into the chamber. This takes place as the bolt goes forwardunder pressure of the expanding operating rod spring. The bolt picks upthe top2-12cartridge in the magazine and drives it forward into the chamber (fig. 2-6). Chambering is complete when the extractor snaps into the extractingFigure 2-6. Chambering the on the cartridge and the ejector is forced into the face of the 2-7. Bolt locking and (3)Locking. Locking occurs when the bolt is fully closed bolt prevents the loss of gas pressure until the bullet has leftthe muzzle. The bolt is locked by the rear camming surface in the humpof the operating rod forcing the bolt roller down. This engages thelocking lugs on the bolt with the locking recesses in the receiver (.fig. 2-7).(4)Firing. Firing occurs when the firing pin strikes the primerin the head of the cartridge. When the trigger is pressed (fig. 2-4) thetrigger lugs are disengaged from the hammer hooks and the hammer isreleased. The hammer moves forward under pressure of the hammerspring and strikes the tang of the firing pin. This drives the firing pinagainst the sensitive primer, which in turn causes the propellant in thebody of the cartridge case to ignite and propel the bullet into itstrajectory.(5)Unlocking. Unlocking occurs after the firing of a the bullet is forced through the barrel by expanding gases, a smallamount of gas enters through the gas port into the hollow gas piston andthe inside of the gas cylinder plug. The gas inside the piston and plugexpands and, when it builds up adequate pressure to overcome theoperating rod spring tension, the piston moves rearward driving theoperating rod and bolt with it. After the piston has traveled slightly lessthan five thirty-seconds of an inch, the gas ports are no longer alinedand2-15Figure 2-8. Firing 2-9. Extracting cartridge case from more gas can enter the piston. The remaining gas in the barrelfollows the bullet out of the muzzle. There is about three-eighths of aninch rearward movement of the operating rod before unlocking is a safety feature to insure that all the unneeded gas has escapedthrough the barrel before unlocking begins. After the operating rod hasmoved this short distance, the camming surface inside its hump forcesthe bolt roller upward, disengaging the locking lugs on the bolt from thelocking recessed in the receiver. The unlocked bolt is now ready tomove forward (fig. 2-9). Any gas that is left in the gas cylinder or pistonafter the bolt is fully to the rear escapes through the lower gas port in thecylinder.(6)Extracting. Extracting is pulling the empty cartridge casefrom the chamber. As the bolt unlocks, slow initial extraction takesplace. As the bolt moves to the rear, it pulls the cartridge case with it( ).(7)Ejecting. Ejecting is throwing the empty cartridge case outof and away from the receiver (fig. 2-10). As soon as the bolt haswithdrawn the cartridge case clear of the chamber, the force of theejector spring and plunger pushes the cartridge case head away fromthe bolt face. This causes the forward end of the cartridge case to moveupwards and to the right. The rapid rearward movement of the boltcauses the cartridge case to strike the angle on the lower right2-18corner of the magazine stripper as the cartridge case is turned rapid forward movement of the operating rod handle causes theleading edge of the "camming hump" to strikeFigure 2-10. Ejecting cartridge case from 2-11. Showing bolt in open cartridge case with the angle on the outer edge of this "hump"continuing the movement of the cartridge case to the right front. Whenthe last cartridge has been fired and the bolt is held in a rearwardposition by the bolt lock, the ejector propels the last case out and awayfrom the receiver (fig. 2-11).(8)Cocking. Cocking occurs when the hammer is forced intoposition for firing the next cartridge. This happens as the bolt travelstoward the rear. The rear end of the bolt forces the hammer back andrides over it. The hammer is caught by the sear, if the trigger is still heldto the rear, and by the trigger lugs if the trigger has been released ( ).2-10. selector must be set for automatic fire (letter A facing thefirer). Setting the selector to automatic rotates the sear release until it isin a position to make contact with the the first cartridge has been fired (and with the trigger heldto the rear), the operating rod starts its rearward movement underpressure of expanding gases. As it moves to the rear, the connectorassembly moves rearward one-eighth of an inch under pressure of theconnector assembly spring. The movement of the connector assemblyrotates the sear release on the selector shaft so that the flange on thesear release allows the sear to move forward into a position2-21where it can engage the rear hammer hooks. Then, when the bolt drivesthe hammer to the rear, the sear engages the rear hammer hooks andholds the hammer in the cocked the bolt moves forward and locks, the shoulder on theoperating rod engages the hook of the connector assembly and forces itforward. This rotates the sear release on the selector shaft, causing theflange on the sear release to push the sear to the rear; disengaging itfrom the rear hammer hooks. The hammer will then go forward if thetrigger is held to the rear. If the trigger is released at any time, prior tofiring of the last cartridge, the hammer will be held in the cocked positionby the trigger lugs. The automatic actuation of the sear release by theconnector assembly will not release the hammer to fire the Hangfire, Misfire, and and misfire are malfunctions caused by defectiveammunition. If it is determined there is a hangfire or misfire, do thefollowing:(1)Remove the magazine.(2)Place SAFETY to safe position.(3)Wait 10 seconds;(4)Refer to troubleshooting, table normally will occur when the rifle has been firedexcessively to cause abnormal heat to develop in the barrel andreceiver. Likewise, ammunition having been exposed to extreme heatwill also cause a not fire ammunition which has been stored orexposed to direct rays of the sun or other types ofextreme Unloading and Safing SAFETY in safe the magazine by pressing magazine latch (fig. 2-12). the operating rod fully rearward to extract and eject acartridge from the Firing the trigger to fire each cartridge when SELECTOR is set forsemiautomatic the last cartridge in the magazine is fired, the magazinefollower pushes up on the bolt lock holding the bolt in the rear rifle for automatic 2-12. Removing magazine from trigger and hold down will continue to fire while trigger is held down firmly with the last cartridge is fired, the bolt is held to the rear by thebolt spindle must remain in the ON (12 o'clock)2-24Figure 2-13. ON-OFF position of spindle valve. 2-25position (fig. 2-13) during all firing, except when using a to storing weapons in arms room for anextended period, the following procedures must beperformed: (a) clean weapon, (b) release bolt and(c) squeeze trigger to release the trigger is pressed, a cartridge is fired; the spentcartridge case is ejected; the hammer is cocked; a new cartridge ischambered, and the rifle is ready to fire again--all in about one eighthundredth of a minute. The rapidity of the mechanical action allows therifleman to aim and fire an infinite quantity of cartridges within a III. OPERATION OF MATERIEL USED IN CONJUNCTIONWITH MAJOR ITEMS2-14. GeneralThis section contains instructions for the operation, installation andremoval instructions for auxiliary items which are supplied for use withthe , M2. The bipod is attached to the rifle gas cylinder. Thebipod is secured to the rifle by a2-26Figure 2-14. Adjusting bipod legs. 2-27Figure 2-15. Installation/removal of grenade 2-16. Installation/removal of blank ammunition firing 2-17. Installation/removal of bayonet-knife. 2-30set of jaws and held in place by a self-locking bolt. The adjustable legsof the bipod are kept in their desired positions by seating of pivot plungerbuttons (fig. 2-14). Launcher (fig. 2-15), Blank Ammunition FiringAttachment (fig. 2-16), and Bayonet-knife (fig. 2-17). Thesecomponents are made in such a manner that each may be quicklyinstalled to the rifles (figs. 1-4 through 1-7). Each component isequipped with locking mechanisms for easy installation and Assembly. This assembly is placed over the flashsuppressor of Rifle M14A1 (fig. 1-9). The yoke is fitted on the bayonetlug, after which the retaining screw is tightened with the combinationtool. The stabilizer assembly is now assembled to the IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS2-15. GeneralThis section covers atmospheric conditions likely to be encountered. Itfurther provides necessary operating and safety instructions to enablethe equipment to render satisfactory performance and yield theanticipated reliability built into the in Extreme Cold or Heat.(1)When the equipment is employed in 0 F temperature, itmust be kept cleaned and lubricated (para 3-3) with a suitable grade oflubricant (table 3-1).(2)Operate the various controls regularly to prevent themfrom freezing. One situation contributing to difficulty of operation isfrozen contaminants.(3)Protect the equipment with a proper cover, when exposedto the weather, regardless of prevailing temperature.(4)Refer to FM 31-70 for additional information on operationsin the arctic.(5)When the equipment is operated in extreme heat or at ahigh temperature, make sure that the equipment is kept cleaned, andlubricated more often than under more favorable conditions.(6)During cleaning operation in hot weather, the hands arelikely to perspire (sweat) therefore, wipe dry, and apply a light coat oflubricant to the equipment to prevent rust in High Humidity. When the equipment is operated inhigh humidity, the equipment must be kept dry, clean and well lubricatedto retard rust in Sand, Snow, or Mud.(1)When the equipment is operated under sandy, muddy orsnowy conditions, wipe these elements off the equipment regularly. Anapplication of lubricants to surfaces and moving parts will protect theequipment from abnormal wear and rust formation.(2)When the equipment is inactive it must be stored underadequate protective cover, such as tarpaulins, storage shelters, metalcontainers, etc., to protect it from being damaged and attacked by rustformation.(3)Clean, wipe dry, and lubricate the equipment regularly toprevent equipment in Salt Water Areas.(1)Salty atmosphere causes metal to rust or corrode and grease deteriorate when exposed to salty atmospheres.(2)Frequently clean rust and corrosion from all components more frequently than under usual at High Altitudes. Not 3MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONSSection I. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS, ITEMS TROOP INSTALLED ORAUTHORIZED3-1. GeneralRepair parts, tools, and accessories issued with or authorized for use bythe operator for the Rifles M14 and M14A1 are listed inappendix Maintenance Supplies and MaterialsTable 3-1 lists lubricating, cleaning, maintenance materials and theirstock numbers that are authorized for maintenance of the rifles andequipment by the operator. Pertinent authorized documents are theproper requisitioning authority for these maintenance expendablesupplies and 3-1. Operator's Maintenance MaterialsFederal Stock , RIFLE: (FISKE BROS, REFINING CO.) (LUBRICATE130-A OR EQUAL) (1 LB CAN) (AVAILABLE FROM YOURARMORER.)9150-273-2389LUBRICATING OIL, GENERAL PURPOSE: (PL SPECIAL) (4 OZCAN)LUBRICATING OIL, WEAPONS: (LAW) FOR BELOW ZEROOPERATIONS9150-664-00384 OZ CAN9150-292-96891 QT CAN7920-205-1711RAG, WIPING: COTTON, FOR GENERAL PURPOSE USE (50 LBBALE)CLEANING COMPOUND, RIFLE BORE: (RBC)6850-224-66562 OZ BOTTLE6850-224-66578 OZ CAN3-2Section II. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS3-3. GeneralThis section contains general lubricating instructions for the propermaintenance of the Rifles, M14, M14AI and all lubricants in closed containers and store them in aclean, dry place away from external heat. Allow no dust, dirt, or otherforeign material to mix with the all external parts, not requiring lubrication, clean of lubricating the equipment, wipe all lubrication points freeof dirt and grease. Wipe all excessive lubrication from moving parts toprevent accumulation of foreign rifle bore cleaning compound (RBC) to clean metal parts and apply a light coat of general purpose lubricating oil(PL special). apply a light coat of rifle grease to the surfaces of thefollowing parts:(1)Locking lugs of bolt operating lug and recesses.(2)Bolt guide.(3)Anti-friction roller on bolt.(4)Operating rod guide groove on side of clean, wipe dry and lubricate the equipmentimmediately after exposure to adverse weatherconditions or firing, to prevent damage III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKSAND SERVICES3-5. section contains instructions for performing the periodicpreventive maintenance checks and services required to maintain Rifles, M14, M14A1 and auxiliary insure that a rifle is ready for operation at3-4all times, it must be systematically inspected so that defects may befound and corrected before they result in serious damage or failure. Thenecessary preventive maintenance checks and services to be performedare listed in table 3-2. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesB-Before OperationD-During OperationA-After OperationInterval andWorksequence to be InspectedTimeBDAProcedure(M / H)RIFLES, M14 AND M14A1 (OVERALL) rifle for dents, cracks, burs, fouling, Minmatter, looseness and for defective function operating rod and bolt MinThey should not to see that moving parts function for proper , wipe dry to remove oil, dirt and other MinBOLT and inspect for excessive wear, cracks and MinBARREL AND RECEIVER barrel bore and chamber for presence Mincarbon and foreign , wipe dry, and MinFIRING MECHANISM1819Hand function mechanism for proper operations. Minsafety. Safety will not engage when hammer is CYLINDER2021Check gas cylinder plug for proper MinNOTEDo not lubricate or adjust while weapon is ASSEMBLY (M14A1 ONLY)2223Check for damage and for proper MinREAR SIGHT24Accurate windage knob and elevating pinion assembly Minrear sight. Make certain they do not 3-2. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services-ContinuedB-Before OperationD-During OperationA-After OperationInterval andWorksequence to be InspectedTimeBDAProcedure(M / H) magazine for to see that magazine assembles to rifle MinSTOCK ASSEMBLY28Inspect for damage and for missing bipod for operation and for proper Minto rifle. Yoke jaws must hold bipod securely to legs and pivot plunger button for Minand locking launcher for cleanliness, damage and Minproper installation to , lubricate, and wipe MinBLANK FIRING blank firing attachment for cleanliness,.004 Mindamage and for proper installation to for missing , lubricate, and wipe for damage, loose hardware, rust, and Mininstallation to bayonet-knife of dirt, oil, or other foreign Min3-9Section IV. TROUBLESHOOTING3-6. GeneralThis section contains troubleshooting information for locating andcorrecting malfunctions which may develop in Rifle, M14 or TroubleshootingTable 3-3 is intended as a guide for troubleshooting. The tables doesnot cover all possible malfunctions that may occur, However, it includesonly the more common malfunctions. Additional data on trouble-shooting of these rifles is contained in TM 9-1005-223-20. Malfunctionswhich are not corrected by actions listed will be referred toorganizational maintenance for remedial 33. TroubleshootingMalfunctionProbable causeCorrective or deformed or magazine or broken or broken or damaged floor or deformed dirt in receiver and on not fully seated ammunition and or damaged to organizational mainte-ating rod spring or damaged to organizational latch movement movement. Clean If bent or damaged,refer to organizational latch damaged or to organizational mainte-cannot latch spring to organizational mainte-or latch plate ( ) damaged or recess at top front not fully and install certain latch to or dirty or replace or broken or deformed to organizational or deformed on to organizational 3-3. Troubleshooting-ContinuedMalfunctionProb able causeCorrective or broken operating to organizational , damaged or with dry cloth or barrel and or broken operating to organizational failsaCartridge case holding bolt bolt to rear and removeto lockof cartridge ammunition and/orbarrel barrel and does not snap bolt assembly and extrac-rim of cartridge recess in breech face ofbarrel, or refer to organiza-tional or blocked to organizational mainte-spring and movement of, to organizational mainte-damaged operating rod, rod not fully rotated to organizational mainte-locked in to organizational not fully forward to "Bolt fails to lock." pin worn, damaged bolt or refer to organiza-movement to organizational or broken hammer to organizational 3-3. Troubleshooting-ContinuedMalfunctionProb able causeCorrective lugs, trigger lugs, to organizational mainte-fire--sear worn or broken to cause hammer toride the bolt plug loose or plug or refer to orga-recoilnizational movement of to organizational mainte-ing rod receiver or refer to orga-nizational not fully gas cylinder plug.(blocks gas port).Loosen gas cylinder gas cylinder down as faras it will go, using hand pres-sure gas cylinder lock asfar as it will go then back offlock one half' turn to aline3-16gas cylinder plug with gas cylinder plug andtighten with light piston gas cylinder and to organizational main-tenance, if connector to organizational closed spindle valve to correct lubrication in and lubricate toDefective or burred and lubricate or refer toorganizational valve spindle seized in cartridge.(sheared rim). Clean to "short recoil." or deformed to organizational 3-3. Troubleshooting-ContinuedMalfunctionProb able causeCorrective , deformed or frozen to organizational mainte-extract-tractor plunger, and or separated cartridge case or refercase in organizational to to "short recoil." , deformed or frozen to organizational mainte-tor spring and to or deformed or deformed bolt to organizational lock movement bolt lock recess. If notcorrected, refer to organiza-tional or broken BIPOD, accumulation of and bolt not bolt as plunger button not button portion of leglegs to re-in leg it is seated in in or bent leg to organizational KNIFE, M6,(Rifle M14 only) to organizational mainte-does rifle3-19Section V. MAINTENANCE OF MAJOR GROUPS3-8. GeneralThe operator is authorized to disassemble and assemble his rifle to theextent called field stripping (figs. 3-1 and 3-2). The amount ofdisassembly the operator is allowed to perform without supervision isadequate for normal to fig 3-1 and receiver and butt plate 3-1. Weapon field stripped (M14).3-21KEY to fig 3-2 and butt plate guard rod and connector and receiver group3-22Figure 3-2. Weapon field stripped (M14A1).3-23Section VI. MAINTENANCE OF MAGAZINE3-9. GeneralThis section contains operator maintenance instructions for themagazine as allocated in the Disassembly/AssemblyRefer to figures 3-3 and B-1 for assembly/disassembly order of disassembly is in accordance withillustration item number sequence. Assembly is inthe reverse order of Cleaning, Inspection and Remove dirt, grit or other foreign matter with a cleanwiping Inspect magazine for dents, dirt, rust, and spring Replace damaged 3-3. Disassembly/assembly of 4MAINTENANCE OF MATERIEL USED INCONJUNCTION WITH MAJOR ITEMS4-1. MAC should be referred to by the operator prior toperforming maintenance functions on the Rifles, theaccessories, attachments, or auxiliary equipment used to TM 9-1005-223-20 for organizational with organizational maintenance personnel forinformation regarding maintenance Allocation ChartRefer to TM 5AMMUNITION5-1. GeneralAmmunition (figs. 5-1 and 5-2) for weapons was developedwith the intended purpose of replacing the caliber .30 carbine and weapon-ammunition-system with a family of cartridges adopted andstandardized for interchangeable use by the North Atlantic TreatyOrganization (NATO) countries. Ammunition intended for thisstandardized (NATO) use is identified by means of the symbol (-)stamped on the head of each service type cartridge. Ammunition lotsqualified for interchangeable use in the M14, M14A1 Rifles; the M60Machine Gun, as well as rifles and machine guns adopted by otherNATO countries, shall be identified by means of a clover leaf symbolstamped on outer shipping containers. Ammunition of foreignmanufacture bearing both symbols is equally usable in 5-1. (NATO) 5-2. grenade ammunition is classified as armor-piercing, ball, blank,dummy, tracer and grenade cartridges. Refer to TM 9-1305-200 forpurpose of each IdentificationRefer to paragraph 5-1 and TM Care, Handling, for the rifles (small arms); as comparedwith other types of ammunition, is not dangerous to is packed to withstand conditions ordinarilyencountered in the field. Care must be exercised to keep packings frombecoming broken or5-3otherwise damaged. All broken packings must be repaired immediatelyand all markings must be transferred to the new parts. Ammunition maybe packed in metal-lined wooden boxes or metal boxes. Damagedboxes containing metal liners should be air tested and sealed, ifequipment for this work is it is necessary to leave ammunition in the open, raise iton dunnage at least six inches from the ground and cover it withtarpaulins. Whenever possible, dunnage will be used between each rowto permit full air circulation. Suitable trenches will be dug to preventwater from running under the stack. Tarpaulins will be arranged topermit free circulation of air through the stack and will be kept at leastsix inches from the top, ends, and sides of the ammunition and explosives are adversely affected bymoisture and high temperature, due consideration will be given to (1)and (2) sure to store ammunition under protectivecover and away from excess heat and extremetemperatures.(1)Keep boxes closed until ammunition is to be removed from airtight con-5-4tainers, particularly in damp climates is apt to corrode and becomeunserviceable.(2)Protect ammunition from high temperature and prolongedexposure to direct rays of the sun. Such exposure is likely to affect theballistic performance of the cartridges. The combination of hightemperature and humid atmosphere is particularly detrimental to stabilityof propellant and to tracer mixture in tracer not attempt to disassemble a cartridge or any of use of oil or grease on cartridges is will be protected from sand, mud, moisture, frost,snow, ice, grease, and other foreign matter. Wipe off wet or dirtyammunition at once. If verdigris or light corrosion forms on cartridges, itwill be wiped off with a clean dry cloth. However, brass components ofcartridges are NOT to be cartridge cases are easily dented and must be protectedfrom hard knocks or storing ammunition, segregate by caliber, type, andammunition lot number. See TM remaining in a box from which5-5part of the contents has been removed will be protected againstunauthorized handling and use by firmly fastening the box cover Authorized RoundsAmmunition authorized for use in the Rifles M14 and M14A1 islisted in table 5-1. Standard nomenclature used in the listing completelyidentifies each item, except for ammunition lot number. Only authorizedcartridges will be used in these weapons. Unauthorized assembly anduse of cartridges are extremely dangerous. To avoid substitution ofunauthorized rounds in the field, ammunition is issued in the necessaryquantities by type, to meet tactical Preparation for FiringAfter removal from packing materials, cartridges for these weapons areready for firing. Cartridges prepared for firing but not fired, will bereturned to their original packings or packed in suitable packing cartridges will be used first in subsequent firings, so as to reducestocks of opened containers. Packing containers will be appropriatelymarked with the nomenclature of the cartridges, the quality of cartridgestherein and the appropriate ammunition lot 5-1. Authorized RoundsComplete roundProjectileStandard nomenclatureLengthWeightLengthWeight(in. )(grains)(in.)(grains)(approx.)(approx)C ARTRIDGE, , AP, M61CARTRIDGE, , ball, M59CARTRIDGE, , ball, M80(approx)CARTRIDGE, , , XM82CARTRIDGE, , , M63CARTRIDGE, , tracer, M62CARTRIDGE, , , NATO, M645-75-7. Precautions in FiringThe precautions listed below will be closely observed in order to preventinjury to personnel or damage to , especially those to be loaded into the magazine, willbe free of sand, mud, moisture, frost, snow, ice, grease, or other ammunition will not be cartridge cases are easily dented and must be protectedfrom hard knocks and blows. Dented cartridge cases may causeincomplete obturation, jamming in the chamber, and difficulty having loose bullets, or otherwise damaged, will notbe cartridges will be visually inspected before firing forevidence of any foreign matter within the cartridge case mouth. Suchforeign matter would be expelled as a projectile in firing. Forsemiautomatic or automatic firing, weapons must be equipped with firingattachments and breech no circumstances will a blank cartridge bealtered by inclusion of additional propellant in anattempt to obtain automatic action without the blankfiring attachment (BFA). Additional propellant willnot increase gas port pressure enough to operatethe rifle automatically, but may increase chamberpressure enough to cause extensive rifle damageand possible injury to cartridges will not be fired at a representative enemy atdistances less than 20 feet, as the disk may fail to break up. The intactdisk and/or unburned propellant grains may cause personnel injurywithin this will not be fired unless it has been identified by anammunition lot number and its not fire cartridges overheated by exposure to the direct raysof the sun or other sources of high temperature. In firing suchcartridges, hazardous chamber pressures may cartridge in the chamber of a hot weapon, when firing isinterrupted, should be removed promptly to prevent a , hangfires, and cook-offs will be handled as indicated inFM 23-8 and AR the grenade cartridge M64 may be used to launch riflegrenades or adapted hand not use a bullet type cartridge to project agrenade or ground signal from a launcher under to FM 23-30 and AR 385-63 for more detailed informationconcerning safety precautions to be observed in firing AREFERENCESA-1. Publication IndexesConsult each new issue of the following for the latest changes orrevisions to publications listed in this appendix or for new publications onthe material covered in this Publications:Index of Administrative Publi-DA Pam 310-1cationsIndex of Army Motion Pic-DA Pam 108-1tures and Related Audio-Visual AidsIndex of Blank FormsDA Pam 310-2Index of Doctrinal, Training,DA Pam 310-3and Organizational Publica-tionsIndex of Technical Manuals,DA Pam 310-4Technical Bulletins, SupplyManuals (types 7, 8, and 9),Supply Bulletins, and Lubri-cation OrdersA-1Index of Supply Catalogs andDA Pam 310-6Supply Manuals (exclud-ing Types 7, 8, and 9)A-2. Identification ListThe following identification listings pertain to this materiel:Ammunition and ExplosivesSC 1340/98-ILAmmunition and ExplosivesSC 1305/30-IL(Class 1305 Ammunitionthrough 30-mm)A-3. FormsThe following forms pertain to this materiel:DA Form 9-79, Parts RequisitionDA Form 1296, Stock Accounting RecordDA Form 2028, Recommended Changes to PublicationsDA Form 2407, Maintenance RequestDD Form 6, Report of Packaging and Handling DeficienciesA-4. Other , GeneralTM 9-1300-200A-2Care, Handling, PreservationTM 9-1300-206and Destruction of Ammu-nitionGrenade and Pyrotechnic Sig-FM 23-30nalsIdentification of Inert Am-AR 385-65munition and AmmunitionComponentsSmall Arms AmmunitionTM (General):Malfunctions Involving Am-AR 75-1munition and ExplosivesReports Control SymbolAMC-132Logistics Management:TM 38-750Army Maintenance Man-agement Systems(TAMMS)Maintenance of Supplies and Equipment:Maintenance SupportAR 750-6PlanningOrganization, Policies,AR 750-5and Responsibilities forMaintenance Opera-tionsMilitary SymbolsFM 21-30A-3Military Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols:Authorized AbbreviationsAR 310-50and Brevity CodesDictionary of UnitedAR 310-25States Army TermsOrganizational MaintenanceTM 9-1005-223-20Manual Including RepairParts and Special ToolsLists: Rifles :M14, M14A1 and Bipod,Rifle: M2Safety:Accident Reporting andAR 385-40RecordsRegulations for FiringAR 385-63Ammunition for Train-ing, Target Practice,and CombatSpecial Operations:Basic Cold WeatherFM 31-70ManualRifle MarksmanshipFM 23-71Techniques of MilitaryFM Rifle, ,FM 23-8M14, and and Shipping of of Supplies and Equipment:Requisitioning, Receipt,AR 725-50and Issue Management for Us-AR 710-2ing Support Units and In-stallationsA-5APPENDIX BBASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST AND ITEMSTROOP INSTALLED OR AUTHORIZEDLISTSection I. INTRODUCTIONB-1. ScopeThis appendix lists basic issue items, items troop installed or authorizedlist required by the crew/ operator for operation of the GeneralThis Basic Issue Items, Items Troop Installed or Authorized List is Issue Items List--Section II. A list in alphabeticalsequence, of items which are furnished with, and which must be turnedin with the end Troop Installed or Authorized List. Not Explanation of ColumnsThe following provides an explanation of columns found in the , Maintenance, and Recoverability Codes (SMR).(1)Source Code. Indicate the source for the listed codes are:CodeExplanationPRepair parts, special tools and test equipment suppliedfrom the GSA/DSA, or Army Supply System, andauthorized for use at indicated parts, special tools and test equipment which areprocured and stocked for insurance purposesbecause the combat or military essentiality of theend item dictates that a minimum quantity beavailable in the supply to items which are NSA design controlled:unique repair parts, special tools, test, measuringand diagnostic equipment, which are stocked andsupplied by the Army COMSEC Logistic System andwhich are not subject to the provisions of AR to items which are NSA design controlled:special tools, test, measuring and diagnosticequipment for COMSEC support, which areaccountable under the provisions of AR 380-41, andwhich are stocked and supplied by the ArmyCOMSEC Logistic parts, special tools and test equipment which arenot procured or stocked as such in the supplysystem but are to be manufactured at indicatedmaintenance which are not procured or stocked as such,but are made up of two or more units. Suchcomponent units carry individual stock numbers anddescriptions, are procured and stocked separatelyand can be assembled to form the requiredassembly at indicated maintenance and assemblies that are not procured or stockedbecause the failure rate is normally below that of theapplicable end item of component. The failure ofsuch part or assembly should result in retirement ofthe end item from the supply parts which are not procured or stocked. Therequirement for such items will be filled by the nexthigher assembly or parts, special tools, and test equipment whichare not stocked and have no foreseen indicated maintenance category requiring suchrepair parts will attempt to obtain the parts throughcannibalization or salvage. The item may berequisitioned, with exception data, from the end itemmanager for immediate assemblies that are procured with PEMA funds forinitial issue only as exchange assemblies at DS andGS level. These assemblies will not be stockedabove DS and GS level or returned to depot or salvage may be used as a sourceof supply for any items source coded above exceptthose coded X1 and aircraft support items asrestricted by AR 700-42.(2)Maintenance Code. Indicates the lowest category ofmaintenance authorized to install the repair part and/or use the specialtool or test equipment for each application. Capabilities of highermaintenance categories are considered equal or better. Maintenancecodes are:CodeExplanationCOperator/crew(3)Reco verability Code. Indicates whether unserviceableitems should be returned for recovery or salvage. Items not coded arenonrecoverable. Recoverability codes are:CodeExplanationRRepair Parts (assemblies and components), specialtools and test equipment which are consideredeconomically reparable at direct and generalsupport maintenance levels. When the item is nolonger economically reparable, it is normallydisposed of at the GS level. When supplyconsiderations dictate, some of these repair partsmay be listed for automatic return to supply fordepot level repair as set forth in AR 710-1. Whenso listed, they will be replaced by supply on anexchange parts, special tools and test equipment, andassemblies which are economically reparable at DSand GS activities and which normally are furnishedby supply on an exchange basis. When items aredetermined by a GSU to be uneconomicallyreparable, they will be evacuated to a depot forevaluation and analysis before final dollar value recoverable repair parts, special toolsand test equipment which are subject to specialhandling and are issued on an exchange items will be repaired or overhauled at depotmaintenance activities only. No repair may beaccomplished at lower parts, special tools and test equipmentspecifically selected for salvage by reclamationunits because of precious metal content, criticalmaterials, high dollar value or reusable casings Stock Number. Indicates the Federal stock numberassigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning Indicates the Federal item name and a minimumdescription required to identify the item. The last line indicates thereference number followed by the applicable Federal Supply Code forManufacturer (FSCM) in parentheses. The FSCM is used as an elementin item identification to designate manufacturer or distributor orGovernment agency, etc., and is identified in SB 708-42. Items that areincluded in kits and sets are listed below theB-5name of the kit or set with quantity of each item in the kit or set indicatedin front of the item of Measure (U/M). Indicates the standard or basic quantityby which the listed item is used in performing the actual maintenancefunction. This measure is expressed by a two-character alphabeticalabbreviation, , ea, in, pr, etc., and is the basis used to indicatequantities and allowances in subsequent columns. When the unit ofmeasure differs from the unit of issue, the lowest unit of issue that willsatisfy the required units of measure will be Furnished with Equipment (Basic Issue Items Only).Indicates the quantity of the item furnished with the Authorized (Items Troop Installed or Authorized Only).Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with This column is divided as follows:(1)Figure Number. Indicates the figure number of theillustration on which the item is shown.(2)Item Number. Indicates the callout number used toreference the item on the Special InformationAction change codes indicated in the left-hand margin of the listing pagedenote the following:B-6N--Indicates an added a change in a change in FSN AbbreviationsNot II. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)IllustrationSou rce main andDescriptionQtyQtyRecov codeUnitIncFurn(a)(b)(a)(b)(c)Federal Stock NumberUsableofinWithFigItemSourceMaintRe cov& Mfr Codeon PARTS FOR:RIFLE , M14 ANDM14A1PC1005-628-9048MAGAZINE, CARTRIDGE:EA11B-120 CARTRIDGE CAPACITY7790183 (19205)TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTPC1005-556-4174BRUSH, CLEANING,EA1B-21SMALL ARMS: BORE5564174 (19205)PC1005-690-8441BRUSH, CLEANING,EA1B-22SMALL ARMS: CHAMBER7790463 (19205)PC1005-791-3377CASE, LUBRICANT:EA1B-237790995 (19205)B-8PC1005-650-4510CASE, SMALL ARMSEA1B-24CLEANING ROD:7267754 (19205)PC4933-768-0211COMBINATION TOOL:EA1B-257790769 (19205)PC1005-726-6109ROD SECTION,EA4B-26CLEANING, SMALL ARMS:7266109 (19205)PC1005-654-4058SLING, SMALL ARMS:EA1B-27M1, WEBBING6544058 (19205)PC1005-726-6110SWAB HOLDER SECTION,EA1B-28SMALL ARMS CLEANINGROD:7266110 (19205)B-9Figure B-1. Magazine-exploded B-2. Tools and Order of the Secretary of the Army:W. C. WESTMORELAND,General, United States Army,Official:Chief of BOWERS,Major General, United States Army,The Adjutant :To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-40, (qty rqr blockNo. 139) Operator and Crew maintenance requirements for , M14, and M14A1. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1996-406-648/52269PIN: 026378-000This fine brought to you by me: Liberated Manuals -- free army and government manualsWhy do I do it? I am tired of sleazy CD-ROM sellers, who take publicly available information, slap watermarks and other junk on it, and sell it. Those masters of search engine manipulation make sure that their sites that sell free information, come up first in search engines. They did not create They did not even scan Why should they get your money? Why are not letting you give those free manuals to your friends?I am setting this document FREE. This document was made by the US Government and is NOT protected by Copyright. 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