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THE

M-ll/NINEmm =>

I SUBMACHINE GUN

OPERATING MANUAL No.2

tllnc.

1872 Marietta Blvd., Atlanta, Georgia 30318 ~

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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

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1872 MARIETTA B~VDJAT~ANTA, GEORGIA 30318

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD ....

1. INTRODUCTION.

A. Technical Spectncatlcns .

2. CONSTRUCTION

3. OPERATION OFTHEWEAPON

A. Loading Magaz.iIl9s., ...

B. Stock Assembly.

C Loading and C-acking the Weapon D, Charg i ng the Weapon, ..

E. I nsertmc the M agat:i ne

F. Placlnq the weapon on "Sale" ..

G. Removal of Magazine.

H. Fire Selector Lever Operation .

I. Firing the Submachlne Gun.

J. Maltunctlons ...

4. STRIPPING AND REASSEMBLING

A. Field Stripping.

1) Removing Upper Receiver

2) Removing the Boll

3) Removing the Stack .

B. Tr'QgrMechsl'lism .

C. Extractor .

D iRe-coil Spring.

E. Receiver Pili Gatch

F. Magazi ne Catch ... G_ Safety Catch ,'.

H. Stock Latch ", •..

I. Magazine ...

5. REASSEMBLY.

6. CLEANING AN D MAl NTEN ANCE .... 7 ILLUSTRATIONS.

8 PARTS LIST.

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FOREWORD

This manual is publlahed for the information and guidance of personnel whose duties Involve the use, maintenance and repair of the' M·1119mm SMG Disassembly, assembly, cleaning and niinor repairs may be- undertaken tn the field.

In all Gases where tbe nature otthe repeu Of adjustment is beyond the scops of facilities of the unit, the Manufacturer should be informed in order that tral ned personnel with suitable tools -and equipment may be provided.

1. INTRODUCTION

The COBAAY M-1,,9rum represents a alqnlflcant 'break through in compact eubmechtnc qun design. The M-11f9mm is avallable in 9rnm 'PARA_ only

The weapon is llqht in weight, durable steel construction and easy to fire, either seml-autcmatlc Or full automatic.

The compact size of the M-11/9mm makes it especially suitable for tank crews, g.un and mortar crews, etc., and its selective fire capability makes it an excellent weapon for police use.

The eddltlcn of a noise suppressor fu rther enhances the performance, reducing the noise and eliminaling muzzle flash.

The weapon operates on the str.?ight blowback principle and is menezrne fe-d.

A. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

COBRAY·M·1119mm

GUN DIMENSIONS WITHOUT SUPPRESSOR INCHES

Length without stock. 1125

Length stock telescoped. .13.00

Length stock extended .. . .23.,00

Barrel length. 5.25

Maximum width 1.36

GUN DIMENSIONS WITH SUPPRESSOR ATIACHED INCHES

Length without stock. . .... 22.69

Length stock telescoped. .24.44

Length stock extended .34.44

Maxlmum w~dth .. . .. 2.13

SUPPRESSOR DIMENSIONS INCHES

Length. . .. 11.44

Diameter. . ... 2.13

WEIGHT AND CAPACITY lBS.

Gun without rnaqazlne . . 375

Suppressor. . .. 1.20

TYPE OF FIRE. . .. Sami-automattc or full automatic.

CYCLIC RATE OF FIRE. . Minimum 1200 rounds. per minute

MAGAZiNE CAPACITY .. 32 Bouncs . 9mm PARA

FRONT SIGHT. . Protected post

REAR SIGHT. . .. Fixed aperture for 100 meters

SAFETY. Manuallyoperaled safety located on right underside of frame next to trigger.

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connector

2, CONSTRUCTION

The weapon consists of the tottowtnq maier components' Barrel, Receiver, Boll, Frame. Firjng

Mechanism, Magazine, and Extendable Stock

A sling swivel may be attached 10 the barrel and receiver asaamblv. The front end of the barrel is 11'1 readed to accept a suppressor, Tile receiver is fitted with a fixed trent sight and houses the belt, recoil spring, buffer and ejector rod. The frame carries the receiver group, trigger mechanism, magazine housing, stock guide, and safety assembly,

Tr.e trigger mechanisms consist of sear, sear spri~g. selector lever, retainer, trip, trig,ger, triggoci pin, trigger sprtnq. and dis-

Ttre stock; is designed to telescope into tile trame when not in use thereby reducing the overall size of Ih8 weapon,

The bolt assembly on the M·111911lm is fitted with a cocking handle and has a fixed tiring pin, Tl1e extractor on the M·11/9mm operates on a leaf spring prtnctple and utlttzee a compreasloo spring,

The magazine for the M-1119mm is ot uie double column single pcslucn feed type,

3. OPERATION OF THE WEAPON A. Loading Maga:zine

9 MM Para-3.:? rounds capacity

Hold the maga_zine in one hand, wi1h the other hand place the magazi ne loader on lop of the maqazl na, then place the base ot the magazine on a firm surface, Push down on tt1e loader 10 depress the maqezl ne foltowar. Insert a cartridge, base fi rst, i nto the magazine, Lift the loader, and push the cartridge all the way inta the maqazlne. Push down on the loader, depresslnq the cartridge and magazine tonower. Repeat the operation (FiQ. 1} until the maqazine is fuJi, 32 rounds.

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FIG, 1 Pull Down On Loader, Insert Cartridge

B. Stock Assembly

Hold the weapon in the shooting hand, with one finger of the other hand, grasp the top stock extension and pull down untll wire to-rn butt locks into place. (Se9 Fig. 2,3) 4}

FIG. 2 Place Finger In Wire Form Extension

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FIG, 3 Pull Down 011 Wire Form B u tt

FIG. 4 Wire Form Butt Lock Into Posltlon

WhilE! stili holding the weapon in this position, pull entire stOCK assembly straight oaea until stock rails lock into normal firing position. (See .Fig. 5) This entire operetrorr can be.accornpllahed in one ccntlnuous movement.

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FIG. 5

Retracting Stock Assembly

Hold weapon in one hand, depress stock latch button and with the other hand push stock assembly back into the weapon. (See Fig. 6)

StW holding the weapon. press inwards 011 right side 01 wire. form butt near the pivot 10 allow wire torrn butt to be rotated into closed pcsttton. (See Fig. 7)

FIG, 6 Retract Wire Form Stock

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FIG. 7 Rotate Butt Stock To Closed Position C. loading and tacking the Weapon

Move frame safely lever to 'fire' position. Holding the gun bvthe pistol grip in the r~ght hand and keeping the index finger outside the trigger guard pull back on the cocking handle to the rear with ttle left hand until the bolt Is held to the rear ,0)' the sear. (See Fig. 8) Move safety lever 10 'safe' position.

Insert loaded magazine in its housing until the m~ga2lne catch enga,ges manaztne. (S9,B Fig. 9} Selecttseml' or 'auto' fire as required •. move trems safety to 'fire' position.

ThE! gun is now ready t9 .. rtre.

O. Charging the. Weapon

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FIG. 8

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FIG.9

F. Pladng the Weapon on "Safe"

The safety is locetec Or! the right of tne underside of the frame, it moves front to back, lront is the 'f re' position and back Is "the 'sate' position (See Flg_ "10)

FIG. 10

G.· Removal of Magaz_in~

Grasp magazine In left hand and with ~elt thumb press maqezlne catch to releasa magazine, (See. Flg. 11)

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FIG. 12

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H. Fire Selector lever OperatFon

Located on the IsH -slda of the frame tha.aelector is rotated to select 'semi' automatic or 'full' automatic fire. (See FIg. 12)

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J. Malfl,lnc:tions

Malfunctions are usually tile result ot worn parts -or improper care of the gun. A knowledge of how the gun functions enables the user to classify and correct the malrunctton. Listed below rue the types of malfunctions which rr1jg-ht occur

I. Firing the Submachine Gun

As, the bolt is moved back to the cocked pcsif on, the reoo!l $pr'ng is compressed and the sear engages the scar notch of the batt. When the trigger Is pressed. the sear releases tne boll, which is driven forward by the recoil spring. During this forward rnnvement. the bolt strips a cartnope from the maqazlne into the chamber. The boll continues forward and lires the cartridge. Wilen the cartrtdqe ls ttred. the chamber pressure forces the bullet out of the muzzle or the barrel, At the same time, this pressure overcomes the rcrwero movement of the bolt and starts it to the rear. By the time the boll rind empty C(lS.~ have moved to the rear far enouqtt to open I he rear of I hE.: cham ber, the bullet has lett tile b;m8!, and the' chamber pressure has diminished. (In the submachtne gun, the chamber pressure is retettvely low and the bolt is relatively heavy; this eumfnates the need 'or positive reckinq and unlocklnq.I During the rearward movement 01 the bolt. tile empty cartridge case is extracted and ejected, Ihe recoil spring Is compressed and tile top round in tr.e maqaztne moves u p. against the lips of the magazine, The rearward movement or the bolt is stopped by contact with the buffer plate.

1. Failure to Feed. The top cartridge in. the mE!lgazine is net positioned up and in front of the bon. Most maltunctlcns 01 the submachine gun are failures to teed causec by a detective or dirty magazine.

2 Failure to Chamber. The top cartridge from the magazine IS 110t sealed ln the chamber

3. Fai lure to Fire. The cartrtcpe is chambered but does not fi reo

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4 Fa·lll..lre to Extract If the cartridge fi res, the chamber pressure will ncrrnanv push the empty cartncqe case out of the chamber. If the- cartridge case la not completely removed from the chamber and the bolt is retracted. then there is a failure to extract. This malfunction seldom occurs.

5. Failure to Eject The empty cartrioge case 'Is not eje-cted from the weapon.

6. Failure to Cock. If the ball is retracted and is not held by the sear, or it, during firing, the bolt does not move to the rear far enoug.h to clear the tap cartridge in the magazine. the guri fails to cock.

Common Malfunctions. The two most common mattuncticns are;

1. Fallu.re to fged~usually caused by a defective magazine.

2. Failure to flre-eusually caused by defective ammunition.

Causes of Malfunctions. The following chart lists common causes of vartcue maltunctlons and corrective action.

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poir.,.i~ ... f1.illil ",0, W~<lkfa~i'.ll"rin~

Fall .. " .... ~.lra,"".

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Prevention of Malfunctions. Periodic Inspection and proper care and cleaning will reduce the possibility of the suamachlne gun matruncncmna.

4, STRIPPING AND REASSEMBLING

The M-11t9mm has been designed so that no special tools are necessary in order to strip or reassemble- the weapon.

Stripping

Before starting to strip the weapon remove the magazine .anc check the barrel chamber by looking throuqh the EJ ECTION PORT to make sure there are no liv.e rounds in ttte weapon.

A. Field Stripp~ng consists of

1) IffrmoYing Upper R~C6iver (Cock W~a.pon}

Depress end dlsenqaqe receiver pin lock and remove from. receiver pin. The receiver pi n may now be removed. {See Fig. 13) On alternate conftquratlon where there ~S.1I0 receiver pin catch, a sharp push Or! the receiver pfn ls all that is required for removal

Push upper receive-r trom 'name. (See Fig 14)

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FIG. 13 Removing Pin Securing Recefver Group

FIG. 14 R.emovlng Barrel and Receiver Group

2) RilM(lving the Ball

Slide cocking handle to rear of guide slot. rotate handle a tew degrees and pul1 fram bolt. (See Fig. 15) The bolt and recoil spring assembly can now be removed from the rear of Ihe receiver (S •• Fig.16)

FIG. 15 Removing Cocking Handle

FIG. 16 Bolt Remover from Rear of Receiver

3) Re",oving th~ Stock

To remove stock, depress stock latch button and ke-eping. pressure On button pull completely out. (See Figs. 5 and 6}

The procedu re mentioned above is 'gener8l1y suttlcient for normal maintenance and cleaning. If necessary to clean trigger mechanism, removal is as follows:

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B. Trigger Mechanism

~ift retainer and remove selector lever, this areo allows removal of sear, sear !;.pring and tripping lever. Push trigger pin out of the left side for removal of trigger or tcrstcn spring, Note: fOr reassembly, free arm of torsion spring ,s located an rear slue or disconnectcr. Dtsconnector may be replaced by u!ling a pin punch to remove spring pin.

C. Extractor

Use pin punch 10 remove extractor spring pin.

D, Recoil Spring

Compress spring and move guide rod clear of bolt and USB pin punch to remove spring pin from guide rod.

E. Receiver Pin

Use car key or similar object to remove receiver pin leek.

Use nat bladed screw-driver 10 remove screw in hand grip tor access to catch.

G. Safety Catch

Use pir'l punch to remove catch spr~ng pin.

H, Stock Latch

Press down lightlY at center of pi.., and slide to either side to remOVE! retaining pin. tnvert frame and latch will drop Out.

I~ Maga.zlne M-11/9"r"fllmPara

Depress stud in floor plate and slide plate from magazine case. Keeping fingl;;'r over the bottom or the magazine to prevent the magazine spring from flying out. Remove the maqazme spring and the magazine follower.

NOT E: To achieve the proper functioning when reassembling the M-1119mm maqazlne en.sure that the slope 01 tile top col I of the spri ng corresponds with the slope Oil the follower.

s. REASSEMBLY

Items are reassembled in the reverse order to tne stnpptng procedure.

6.. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCe

It is essential for reliable ope rat jon and performance that the .weapon receive careful maintenance. It shcu Id be cleaned at the end of each day's -firing.

The Gun need only be "field stripped" far this maintenance.

Barrel and Receiver Group Cleaning

A. Use cfeaning rod, patch and solvent. Stubborn residue can be removed with a bristle bore brush.

B. Swab bore with patch satu rated in solvent

c. Use solvent saturated patch and swab inside of receiver to remove residue.

D. Use .ctean dry patch to dry barrel and inside of receiver group.

E. Dampen pate" w~th lignt oll and swab barrel and receiver.

Ball Assembly C!eaning

A. Remove powder residue wlth solvent and patch

B. Wipe all eunaces of bolt to remove carbon. The boll tace shou Id be ccmptetety free of carbon and other residue.

C Wi pe dry and apply iii ~ight coat of oi I

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Frame A$$ertlbly Gr.oup Cleaning

A. Bemo- .. 8 resluue build-up on exposed surfaces wittl solventsoaked cloth.

B. ceeo around the lcckwork. The weapon is designed to tolerate some dirt In the framE! group but exceeeive dirt will impair operation. Detail t;:leaning is required after prolonged ooeretrcn or Improper tvnctlontnq 01 weapon.

C. Wipe dry and use oily patch to coat exposed metal areas with light film 01011.

Magaxine Cleaning

A. I nspect magazine for damaged areas. Damaged rnaqezlnes should be discarded.

B. Clean Hp area and top of the follower.

C. Wipe with clean patch.

s."pp~e$$(Ir Cle-'~ming

The suppressor requires no other maintenance apart from eneur Ing that the bore is kept clear of obstructions. Inspection must be made with the suppressor removed from the weapon. the front end cap, of the suppressor has replaceable urethane discs wtuch .should be replaced every 500 rounds or SDOne( if the noise lever increases slgnilicanll)'

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This luustrateo parts breakdown is basically the same for all M-10, M-, t, and M-W9mm suomachina guns. This includes all pre 1983 MAC. and R..P.B. guns, and the CLJI(€mt Sw. D. Inc. guns. Please order by port nc., description. caliber, and model.

ILLUSTRATED PARTS UST

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21. Title

Receiver Bolt Handle Hanger

earrel-Factory Installed (send upper receiver) Strap Assembly

Spring Pin, Barrel

Spring Pin; Recoil Spring Rod Oh:;.[)I!!leonCll(r~""lPro-ciuo!;on Compression Sprjnq, Boll Handle Detent . (J"""I"I~ ~~

Cur...,n1 ~<<Jdo·ctlon

Bolt Handle Detent - Obsolel .. on co-rem P'Odudion

Bolt

Extractor

Compression Spring, Extractor Butter

Plat.e

Ejector

Guide Rod

Compression Spring, Hecoll Spring Pin, Ex.lractor

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22. Spring Pin, Bolt Handle Detent - oosorete on Curren' r-oducrlon

23. Receiver Pin

24 Button

25. Spring Pin Satety

26. Magazine Housing

27. Mag;;azine Calch

28. Compression Spring-Magazine Oatch

29. Grip

30. Grip Screw

31. Mapazine Catch Pin

32 StOCK Rail

33. Stock Hinge Pin

34. Retaining Ring

35. Wire Form Butt

36. Trigger Pi n

37 Sear Pin

38, Safet)' Detent Plunger

39, Compression Spring. Safety Detent

40 Safety Slide

41. Compression Spring, Sear

42. Sear

43. Trip

44. Dlsccnnector

45. Spring Pin, Disconnectcr

46. Torsion Spring, Trigger

47. Trigger

48. Latch

49. Stock. Latch Pin

50. Retafner

51. Plunger, Stock Latch

52. Compression Spring, Stock, Latch

53. Stock 810ck

54. Rear Sight Plate

5S FirJng Pin

56. Firing Pin Retainer

57. Trigger Guard

M-1119mm SUPPRESSOR BREAKDOWN

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; fj~f;; h?~~'i;i .~

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-1 sleeve bushing

rear wipe disc

4 rear wipe chamber middle wtce disc lock ri-ng

7 .. 8"9 .. 10 .. 11,, troot ceetes

12 .. encapsulator 13. rear baffle assy H. lock ring

15. wipe disc

16. spacer ;7. wtpeclsc 18; end cap

;9. assy.toisassv. tool

Typical M-10&M-11 Sionic Type Suppresso-r

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r ' 1. sleeve tube
I. 2. rear battle assy_ 9. encapsulatcr
3. tube 10. IOGK ring
4. bushing 11. dtsc
5. baffle 12. spacer
6. spiral 13. disc
7. spiral 14. end cap
23 M·1119mm MAGAZINE BREAKDOWN

Magazfne Follower

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Magazfne Body

Mi:!gazit1e Floor Plate

MagazJne Spring

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