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TM6-220 - Field Artillery Fire-Control Instruments, 1942

TM6-220 - Field Artillery Fire-Control Instruments, 1942

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TECHNICAL MANUAII'
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FIELD
ARTILLERY FIRE-CONTROL
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WAR
OEPARTMENT,
No.1
WUBII'O'l'Oll',
April
22
,
tlK2.
TM
6-220,
February
26,
1941
,
it
changed asfollows:
79.
Care
ot
lenses
and
windows.
• • • •
b.
A
special
tissue
paper
for lens
18
issued
for
cleaning
lena
.
No
other wiping
tnateria1a
should
be
used
OD
opUca1
parts
of1nstrumente.
In
using
this
paper
the
optical
swfacel
may
:lirst
be moistened
by
the breath
and
the
surface
then
cleaned
with
the
paper.
Special
care
should
be
taken
to
keep
the
paperfree from
grit, dirt,
or
dust
which
might
scratch
the
aurfaCi!.
• • • • • • •
d.
To
remove oil
or
~a.se
from ien
!Jl!S
and
windows,applyalcohol wi
th
a
camel's-hairbrush and
rub
off gently with lens paper.
• • • • •
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1.A
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2.)
81.
Toole
,acce8l!1Oriea,
and
cleaning
matfl'ial.-The
followingisalistof au
th
orizedtools,attessories.,and cleaning materialsfor
!b
emaintenance, adjustment,andpreservationof
the
instruments:
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telMCope. diAlu.
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APPENDIX
(Added)
COMPASS,M2
P
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papk
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ener
al
____________
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__________
_________
_____
______________
__
__COmpase__________
__
__
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______
_____________ _
~llIa
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nl"
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______________
__
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decllnal
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<'<IIUItalll
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_____
_
Mea
surinl"
an
ul
..
utb
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___________________
__
_______
____
_Mea""rlnl"verUeal anl"le (anl"le
nr
elteJ
___________________________________ Vee
AI
cilnomete
r
an
dr
nr
runnlnl" leyet.e_
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General.
-Thll compass,
1.[2
,isforusein mea
suring
azimuths,either
Y
ormagnetic,forwhich purpose
it
employs amagneticneedl
e_
It
isalsoequipped with a clinometer, by means
of
which vertical
ang
les
in mils (angles of
site)
may
be
measured;fur this purpose
it
emp
lo
ys a
tubular
level.
It
is
provided with a
carrying
case,
M19
.2.
Compass
(fig.1).-
The
compassis housed
in
analuminum csse which is generally square withrounded corners.
The
case
hILS
II
hingedcover of
th
esameshapeand metal.
The
major parts of
the
compass, theirlocations,andp
ur
poses
lire-
u.
Frtmf,
right,
hingedtothecoveron theside opposite thecover hinge.
b.
Ha
irline,
across the center
of
the mirror
pe
rpendicular to
the
ooverhinge,forsightingpurposes.
c.
(Jircukr
kvel,
mountedonthe angle-of-site
ann
and
turning
with it, levels theinstrument forazimuthmeasurements.
d.
A . ' I I q l e
-
of-rit
~
lever pivot
supportsthe angle-of
-si
te
ann.
The
angle-of-sitelever(
not
letteredin
th
efigure)
turn
s
th
eangle-of
-si
te
ann
and
is
oper-atedfromoutside the case.
e.
Tuhular level,
mounted
on
theangle-of-sitearmand
turning
with
it,
used in measuring vertical angles.
/.
MU
gMtic
neMU,
turning on aje
wel
piv
ot
andlocked
by
closingthecover,for measuri
nghorizonlalang
l
es..
q_
8iqht
holder,
hingedto thecaseon thesideoppositetheoover hinge,f
ol
ds insidethe oover when
th
ecover
is
closed.
h.
Re
ar
riqht,
hinged tothe
sight
holder, may
be
turned
tAl
form a
right
anglewithit.
i.
M
irror,
mounted insidethe
cov
er
,for indirect readingsof levels
and
scales.
j.
(Jove,. window,
anovalwind
ow
throughtheoover andoover hinge,for
ce
rtainsightingoperations.
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