SW370-A2-OPI-010 SOFWEP-04-G10-0003-83-00 OPERATOR’S MANUAL for RIFLE, 7.

62MM MK 14 MOD 0, Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR)

Distribution Statement D: Distribution authorized to the DoD and DoD contractors only; due to Specific Authority (Public Law 90-629-ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT AND DoD 5230.25 WITHHOLDING OF); 1 October 2002. Other requests shall be referred to Commander, Code 4081 NSWC, 300 Highway 361, Crane, Indiana 47522-5001. Destruction Notice: Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of this document.

Warnings 1. Be sure to clear weapon before disassembling, cleaning, inspecting, transporting or storing. 2. Stay clear of muzzle and always keep weapon pointed downrange. 3. Keep safety on until ready to fire. 4. Never open the weapon’s action if the barrel is extremely hot and you suspect there is a live round in chamber. 5. Always look into chamber to ensure it is empty after clearing weapon. 6. When ammunition and weapon are exposed to the sun on a hot sunny day, a cook-off can occur within 150 rounds of continuous firing.

7. 10. Ensure there are no obstructions in the barrel. All personnel shall wear approved single hearing protection devices during training exercises. Ensure that the action is closed before beginning disassembly. and trigger group with other weapons. Do not allow cartridge primer to hit any hard surface or it may fire. Cautions Do not interchange bolt. 8. Dispose of live rounds appropriately. 9. ii . gas cylinder.

Indiana 47522-5001. due to specific Authority (PUBLIC LAW 90-629-ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT AND DoD 5230.62MM MK 14 MOD 0. Crane. 300 Highway 361. iii/(iv Blank) . 7. Other requests shall be referred to Commander.25 WITHHOLDING OF) 1 October 2002. Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR) Distribution Statement D: Distribution authorized to DoD and DoD contractors only. Destruction Notice: Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of this document.SW370-A2 -OPI-010 SOFWEP-04-G10-0003-83-00 Operator’s Manual for RIFLE. Code 4081 NAVSURFWARCENDIV.


.......... i CAUTIONS ........................................... 1-12 v ...1-1 General Information .................................................. 1-1 Scope................................... 1-3 Reporting Equipment Improvement Recommendations (EIR) .............................................. Prevention............ 1-4 Equipment Description........................................... and Control (CPC) ... 1-5 Equipment Characteristics............. ii CHAPTER 1 Section I 1-1 1-2 1-3 Section II 1-4 1-5 1-6 INTRODUCTION .................. 1-5 Location and Description of Major Components 1-8 Equipment Data ................ Capabilities and Features.....Table of Contents WARNINGS ............................................................................................................ 1-2 Corrosion.........................................................................

............................... 2-1 Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) ................. 2-1 Operation Under Usual Conditions ......3-34 Inspection Instructions ....................................... 3-1 Inspection Guide .............................................................................................................. 2-9 Install Magazine ...................3-18 Cleaning...................... 3-6 Disassembly Procedures (Field Stripping).........3-38 Reassembly Procedures ............................................ Inspection. 2-1 PMCS Procedures .................2-29 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS ............................. and Repairs ........ 3-2 Troubleshooting Procedures....3-44 vi .................................3-39 Scope Mounting (as required)..CHAPTER 2 Section I 2-1 Section II 2-2 2-3 CHAPTER 3 Section I 3-1 3-2 Section II 3-3 3-4 3-5 Section III 3-6 3-7 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.......... 3-1 Lubrication Guide ....... 3-6 Troubleshooting ....................................... 3-1 Inspection and Lubrication ................................................................................................. 2-9 Operation of the Weapon ...................

....................................................A-2 Basic Issue Items..........................................A-1 Introduction .....A-4 ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST .......................................... 3-46 MAINTENANCE OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT..B-1 Scope.................................... 5-1 BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LIST ........................... 5-1 Ammunition ..........A-1 Scope.....B-1 Introduction ............................A-1 Basic Issue Items (BII) List ........................................B-1 vii .............................................................................................3-8 3-9 CHAPTER 4 4-1 CHAPTER 5 5-1 APPENDIX A Section I A-1 A-2 A-3 Section II APPENDIX B Section I B-1 Day Optic Sight Removal..... 4-1 AMMUNITION.................................................................................... 4-1 Clean Bipod Assembly........................................................................................................... 3-46 Function Check ............................................................A-1 Explanation of Columns .....................

..................................................................... C-1 Introduction ............................... C-1 Expendable/Durable Supplies & Requirements List ....................................................................B-2 EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST .................... C-3 viii ..................................................................................B-1 Explanation of Listing .......... C-1 Scope ...........................................B-2 B-3 B-4 APPENDIX C Section I C-1 C-2 Section II General ....................................... C-1 Explanation of Columns ....B-1 Explanation of Columns .......

General Information 1-1 .CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Section I.

Figure 1-1. Rifle, 7.62mm, MK14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR).

1-1. SCOPE. a. Type of Manual: Operator’s Manual. b. Model number and equipment name: Rifle, 7.62mm, MK 14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR). c. Purpose of Equipment: The purpose of the rifle is to provide personnel an offensive/defensive capability to engage enemy targets.

The adapter rails allow the operator the capability to mount various accessories on the MK 14 EBR. 1-2. CORROSION, PREVENTION, AND CONTROL (CPC). CPC of material is a continuing concern. It is important any corrosion issues be reported so that corrections/improvements can be made. While corrosion is typically associated with rusting metals, it can also include deterioration of other materials such as rubber or plastic. Unusual cracking, softening, swelling, or breaking of these materials may be a result of corrosion.


1-3. REPORTING EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIR). If your rifles or this manual need improvement, let us know. You, as the users, are the primary source of information on what needs improvement. Let us know what improvements in design or performance are needed. A reply will be furnished directly to you. Report to: Commander Crane Division Naval Surface Warfare Center Attn: Code 4081, Bldg. 2521 300 Highway 361 Crane, Indiana 47522-5001 or use NSWC Code 4081 Form SMW-ECP and fill in blocks 1-6 and submit to David.Armstrong@navy.mil and copy Ron.Webster@navy.mil.

CAPABILITIES: The MK 14 MOD 0 EBR will be used to engage target at ranges out to 600 yards for point targets and 1000 yards for area targets. air-cooled. The MK 14 MOD 0 EBR deliberately capitalizes on prior shooting and maintenance skills of individuals trained and proficient with M14 type rifles.Section II. magazine fed weapon. a. The EBR is equipped with multiple MIL-STD-1913 rails to facilitate the 1-5 .62mm MK 14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR) is a lightweight. Equipment Description 1-4. gas operated. used primarily for semi-automatic fire. CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES. b. and provides an inherently more versatile and precision arm. CHARACTERISTICS: The 7. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS.

mounting of various accessories for tailoring to operational requirements. bipod with mount. MK 14 enhancements versus the M14 are a sage chassis stock system to include replacement operating rod guide and stripper guide. vortex flash suppressor. The Chassis Stock System of the EBR allows for compatibility with a number of currently fielded accessories to include many of those in the SOPMOD Kit for the M4A1 Carbine: Universal Pocket Scope Mount – on rear short rail (can hold AN/PVS-18. maintenance kit and two magazines in a discreet soft case. see-through scope rings. and a vortex flash suppressor on a shorter 18 inch barrel (versus standard 22 inch unit). H&K style ring front sight on a replacement gas lock. tactical sling. M68 AimPoint. FEATURES: The MK 14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle consists of a rifle housed in a chassis stock system. 1-6 . vertical grip. larger rear aperature. c. replacement rail. improved iron sights.

Any available 30mm Optics can be used with the see through rings provided (adapters would be required for 1” tube scopes).AN/PVS-14 depending on adapter). AN/PEQ-2 on any of the 4 front rails. various rail mountable flashlights and bipods. The Kydex fore-end heat shield has 1/8 inch holes to allow for zip ties etc. Mounts have been prototyped to allow mounting of the AN/PVS-17 Series Mini Night Vision Sight (MNVS) as well (let your command know if there is interest). to be use to secure remote pressure switches as required. Universal Night Sight or AN/PVS-22 (in front of a day optic on top rail). AN/PEQ-5. 1-7 .

62mm MK14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle Major Components.1-5. 7. 1-8 . LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS. Figure 1-2.

Barrel/Receiver Group (2) c. The firing pin detonates the primer to fire the round. operating rod spring and guide.a. The spent cartridge case is removed from the chamber by the extractor. This group consists of the recoiling parts of the weapon. as well as the connector assembly. Operating Rod and Connector Group (3) 1-9 . Bolt Assembly (1) The bolt assembly feeds and locks the round in the chamber. The operating rod and connector group drives the recoil parts of the weapon. The barrel houses cartridges for firing and the receiver assembly serves as the support for all the major groups and assemblies of the weapon. It includes the operating rod. b.

and safety functions of the weapon. The firing mechanism houses the components required to provide locking. and a grip/base assembly which houses a telescoping buttstock with adjustable cheek rest. Chassis Stock System (4) The chassis stock system is comprised of a top cover with integral rail. firing. and magazine follower. The magazine capacity for the MK 14 EBR is 20 rounds of ammunition. Magazine (6) . The system includes MIL-STD-1913 rails for accessory mounting. Firing Mechanism (5) f. 1-10 e. The magazine assembly consists of the magazine box. magazine spring.d.

Vertical Grip (7) The vertical grip attaches to the rail interface system and provides added support and control for firing and quicker handling with additional components attached to the weapon. h. The fore-grip is secured to the bottom rail by 2 ¼-20 screws (and or the vertical grip). It provides a secure front gripping area and protects the user’s hand from heat during rapid fire.g. Fore-grip (8) 1-11 .


9 inches 40.4 lbs 0.52 lbs 1.74 lbs 0. sling and vertical grip) • Magazine (empty) • Magazine (full) • Bipod w/mount • Sling • Vertical Grip Length • EBR with Stock collapsed • EBR with Stock fully extended Ballistics • M80 Ball muzzle velocity • M118LR muzzle velocity • Rate of Fire (auto) 1-12 11.3 lbs 34.1-6. Weights • MK14 EBR (Iron Sights/no magazine) • MK14 EBR (empty magazine.9 inches 2675 fps 2511 fps 750 rpm (approx) .0 lbs 12. EQUIPMENT DATA.6 lbs 0.57 lbs 0.



D=During Operation. Lubricant 5. Includes: 1. 7. a. Inspect for dents. Manual.Table 2-1. burrs. A=After Operation Item 1 Interval Before Location Item to Check/Service Rifle. Otis Cleaning Kit 4. Hand function operating rod and bolt assembly. looseness and defective components. b. Magazine. 2-2 Not Fully Mission Capable If: All basic items of issue not present. foreign matter. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS). fouling. Operator’s 2. They should not bind. (2 each) 3. B=Before Operation. cracks.62mm EBR Procedure Visually check for missing or damaged components. Bore Snake Before/ After Before .

d. 7. Tactical Sling. Check to see that moving parts function smoothly. e. Combination Tool. 8. B=Before Operation. 10. 9. wipe dry to remove oil. f. A=After Operation Item 1 (Cont’d) Interval During Location Item to Check/Service Procedure c. Lubricate Not Fully Mission Capable If: 6. Inspect for proper installation.Table 2-1. D=During Operation. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont’d). Discreet case. Before/ After Before/ After Before/ After 2-3 . dirt and other foreign matter. Clean. MK 14 EBR folding tool. Bipod w/mount.

confirm bolt group moves freely without binding. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont’d). Before Before/ After 2-4 . Not Fully Mission Capable If: Bolt Group binds in the receiver. b. D=During Operation. a.Table 2-1. Clean and lubricate. Remove and inspect for excessive wear cracks or breaks. B=Before Operation. A=After Operation Item 2 Interval Before Location Item to Check/Service Bolt Group Procedure While charging weapon.

D=During Operation. A=After Operation Item 3 Interval Before/ After Location Item to Check/Service Barrel & Receiver Group Procedure a. 2-5 Not Fully Mission Capable If: An obstruction in barrel bore cannot be removed. Hand function mechanism for proper operation per para 3-9 function check. Before/ After 4 Before/ After Firing Mechanism Firing mechanism does not function properly or binds. Safety engages with hammer forward. .Table 2-1. wipe dry & lubricate. b. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont’d). Inspect barrel bore and chamber for presence of carbon and foreign matter. Clean. B=Before Operation.

Actuate windage knob and elevation pinion 2-6 Not Fully Mission Capable If: 5 Before/ After Gas Cylinder Gas cylinder plug not properly installed or has missing gas cylinder plug.Table 2-1. D=During Operation. B=Before Operation. A=After Operation Item 4 (Cont’d) Interval Location Item to Check/Service Procedure Safety will not engage when hammer is forward. 6 Before Rear Sight . Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont’d). Rear sight windage knob and elevation pinion binds. Check gas cylinder plug for proper installation.

A=After Operation Item 6 (Cont’d) Interval Location Item to Check/Service Procedure assembly of rear sight. Check to see if magazine inserts and locks in rifle properly. a. D=During Operation. Inspect magazine for damage. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont’d). B=Before Operation. b. Make certain they do not bind. . 2-7 Not Fully Mission Capable If: 7 Before/ After Before Magazine If damage has occurred.Table 2-1.

A=After Operation Item 8 Interval Before Location Item to Check/Service Stock Assembly Procedure Inspect for damage and for missing parts.Table 2-1. B=Before Operation. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont’d). 2-8 . D=During Operation. Not Fully Mission Capable If: Parts are missing from stock assembly.

OPERATION OF THE WEAPON. The lock wrench is then closed against the side of the buttstock to secure the adjustment when finished. a. 2-9 . Then.Section II. (1) Cheekrest Adjustment (a) The height of the cheek rest may be adjusted by first rotating lock wrench up until it stops. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS 2-2. Adjusting Cheekrest And Barrel Tension. use a bullet tip to depress the plunger/detent to allow for movement of one-quarter inch increment at a time. The cheek rest has two inches of travel.

Figure 2-1. MK 14 Mod 0 Cheek Rest Adjustment. (b) The buttpad can be removed to allow for repositioning of the wrench which secures the cheek rest adjustment by removing two hex head screws and pulling the buttpad and aluminum spacer plate to the rear and off of the stock system. The 2-10 .

Lock Lever Adjustment. and then replace it in a position that secures the cheek rest firmly in position when closed. yet allows it to move freely when open. 2-11 . Figure 2-2.lock wrench can now be repositioned by removing it to the rear off of the nut it turns.

When the desired position is reached. Stock Adjustment.(c) The length of the stock is adjusted by depressing the lock lever using your thumb from under the cheek rest (with hand on rear grip). Figure 2-3. release the lever and push and pull on the stock to ensure the lockbar is fully engaged. This unlocks the lock bar and allows for collapsing or extending the buttstock. 2-12 .

(d) At the very front of the top rail unit is a barrel tensioning screw which can be turned in to contact the barrel to the desired pressure and locked in position by either a lock nut underneath (on early models) or a set screw installed from the front or side. If any vertical stringing occurs when the rifle is very hot, this screw can be used to eliminate it. The holes in the top are threaded to 1/4-20 to allow for direct installation of the AN/PEQ-2 IR Laser pointer/illuminator using the low mount.

Figure 2-4. Barrel Tensioning Screw.

b. Loading. (1) Move the SAFETY to the safe position. (2) Insert a loaded magazine into the magazine well until the operating spring guide engages the magazine at the front. (3) Rotate rear of magazine up until the magazine latch snaps into position. A click will be heard to indicate that the magazine is fully seated. (4) If bolt is closed, pull back completely on the operating rod handle and release the handle to allow the bolt to strip, feed, and chamber the top cartridge from the magazine. Do not “ride” the handle forward or the round may not completely chamber. (5) If bolt is already open, pull back on the operating rod handle and release it or press the top of the bolt stop to release it chambering the top round.

Figure 2-5. Operating Rod Handle.


or storing. (4) Inspect the receiver and chamber to ensure no cartridges are present. (5) Close bolt (don’t allow bolt to slam forward). 2-16 . the weapon must be cleared. (2) Remove magazine. cleaning. (3) Pull the operating rod handle all the way to the rear. transporting. Clearing. (1) Make certain fingers are outside the trigger guard and the rifle is pointed in a safe direction.c. WARNING To be considered SAFE before disassembly. inspecting.

(1) Zeroing Procedures. A stable shooting position must be used for zeroing to assure that 3 round groups can be fired within about 2 MOA (1/2 inch ES at 25 yards). Sight adjustments would then be made for targets beyond 300 yards (where the bullet is already 16-18 inches below line of sight). Battlesight Zero. Iron sight zeroing is essentially the 2-17 . It is recommended to zero for a 300 yard POA/POI (Point of Aim/Point of Impact) as a battlefield or battlesight zero so that any targets within 400 yards will be hit by a center of mass aimed shot based on a 22 inch “kill” zone defined as +7 inches (above) to – 15 inches (below) with respect to the center of mass aiming point.d. A 100 yard zero can also be set.5 inches below line of sight for a 100 yard zero. The bullet reaches its maximum height above line of sight at 150-175 yards at approximately 7 inches and drops to 6 inches below line of sight at 350 yards. A 300 yard zero would provide for a 350 yard battlefield zero based on a smaller 13-14 inch high “kill” zone. If initial zeroing is to be done at a 25 yard range then the bullets should hit approximately 1 inch above line of sight (aimpoint) for a 300 yard zero or 0. Any easily seen target can be used.

6 -0.8 175 6.2 0 -1.2 6.9 1.1 4. = 2511 fps Impact vs.3 75 4.7 150 6.2 -1.4 50 2. Ballistics Chart (Sheet 1 of 2) 2-18 .1 25 -0.7 250 4.1 175 -2.6 -5.same for M80 and M118LR as can be seen from the ballistic chart in Figure 2-6.7 100 0 0 100 5.4 125 6.7 125 -0.1 0.1 75 0.8 3.1 50 0.5 -1.6 225 5.9 -7.7 7.5 -10.2 6. Line of Sight (LOS) 300 yd M80 M118LR 100 yd M80 M118LR ZERO Path Path ZERO Path Path Yards Inches Inches Yards Inches Inches 0 -1.1 150 -1.4 5. = 2675 fps M118LR muzzle vel.4 -0.7 225 -6. barrel/Standard Conditions M80 Ball muzzle vel. MK14 MOD 0 Ballistic Info.9 -3.2 -4.2 25 0.3 4.2 0. 18 in.3 200 200 6.6 Figure 2-6.2 -1.3 250 -9.7 7.9 5.

5 425 -43.6 500 500 -41 -70.8 Figure 2-6. = 2511 fps Impact vs.9 -61.4 -22.6 -67.7 450 -26.6 450 -50.1 350 -6 --6. the foxhole or prone supported.7 -36.1 -27 375 -10 -10.8 -14. barrel/Standard Conditions M80 Ball muzzle vel.3 350 -25.2 -45.1 -26.6 -53.4 -32.7 -2. 18 in.4 475 -58.6 400 400 -15.6 -40.8 325 -2.3 2.MK14 MOD 0 Ballistic Info.5 425 -20 -20. (2) Either of the two most stable firing positions.3 -17.9 300 0 0 300 -16.8 325 -20. may be used for obtaining the battlesight zero.1 -38.3 375 -30.4 275 -12. 2-19 . Line of Sight (LOS) 300 yd M80 M118LR 100 yd M80 M118LR ZERO Path Path ZERO Path Path Yards Inches Inches Yards Inches Inches 275 2. = 2675 fps M118LR muzzle vel.7 -13.3 475 -33 -33. Ballistics Chart (Sheet 2 of 2).

Rotation of 2-20 . the position selected should be located on the prescribed 25-meter firing range. To lower the strike of the bullet turn the pinion counterclockwise (each click shifts impact 1. A single Allen head screw secures the front sight in position (tighten firmly). (3) Elevation Adjustment – Rear Sight Only – The sight elevation of the aperture is adjusted by the pinion. but should not be adjusted so far as to overhang either side of the dovetail mount on the gas lock. (4) Front Sight Windage Adjustment – Front Sight-The front sight may be adjusted for major windage if desired to aid in centering of rear sight windage adjustment. The front sight moves in the opposite direction of bullet impact shift. (5) Windage Adjustment – Rear Sight – The lateral movement of the sight is regulated by the windage knob.However. To raise the strike of the bullet.25 inches at 100 yards or 1 ¼ MOA). turn the pinion (left hand knob) clockwise. Pinion knob is actually marked in meters.

The flash suppressor must be removed in order to accomplish this. The 3/16 inch hex key on the EBR folding tool may be used expediently to install or remove the flash suppressor if it is not excessively tight (slide through opposite slots at the rear. NOTE If any play/tolerance can be felt in the front sight/gas cylinder assembly (movement on barrel) the assembly can be removed and the three spline grooves in the barrel can be peened slightly for a snug fit of the gas cylinder (it will then need to be tapped into place). Do not interchange gas cylinders between weapons to assure the gas port remains properly aligned. preferably with a ¾ inch open-end wrench (conventional right hand threads).the right hand rear sight knob counterclockwise shifts the impact left 1 ¼ inches at 100 yards for each click (1 ¼ MOA). The removal of any noticeable tolerance here could help slightly with iron sight accuracy. Clockwise rotation moves impact right. install torque=10 ft-lbs. A special gas cylinder wrench may be required to remove the gas lock if it is tight or a large adjustable wrench can also work. 2-21 . max.

Clean weapon and check for unburned powder grains in the receiver or bore and for a bullet in the bore before resuming firing. STOP FIRING. (1) Pull rearward on the magazine to make sure it is properly seated. Retract operating rod handle slowly and remove fired cartridge case. Either condition could indicate an incomplete powder burn and/or a bullet stuck in the bore.e. If your weapon stops firing. Immediate Action. 2-22 . return the weapon to the armorer. perform the following immediate action: WARNING If a noticeable difference in sound or recoil is experienced. If the bullet is stuck in bore.

Observe ejection of case or cartridge. If the weapon will not fire.WARNING Do not load a rifle which could be hot enough to cause a cookoff (has fired over 180 rounds within 5 minutes). Remedial Action. (4) Now fire. perform remedial action. (2) Pull operating rod handle all the way back. (3) If a cartridge or case is ejected and the chamber is clear. If chamber is not clear. release the charging handle to feed a new round. look for trouble and apply remedial action. f. Check chamber for obstruction. Don’t ride the charging handle forward. 2-23 .

you won’t get hurt by a possible round cooking off. tap it out with a cleaning rod. Bullet Stuck In Bore. However. if you cannot remove it within 10 seconds. (2) If a cartridge case is in the chamber. remove magazine and wait 15 minutes with the weapon pointed in a safe direction. 2-24 . (1) If your weapon still fails to fire after performing immediate action.WARNING If your weapon stops firing with a live round in the chamber of a hot barrel. check again for jammed cartridge case. keep your face away from the ejection port while clearing a hot chamber. This way. g. remove the round quickly. Regardless.

WARNING If an audible “POP” or reduce recoil is experienced during firing. Turn the weapon into the armorer. (2) Lock the bolt to the rear. (3) Place the selector lever on the “SAFE” position. immediately CEASE FIRE. (5) If a bullet is stuck in the barrel of the weapon do not attempt to remove it. DO NOT APPLY IMMEDIATE ACTION. (4) Visually inspect bore using a mirror or from the muzzle (assure magazine is removed). (1) Remove the magazine. 2-25 .

(See figure 2-7).h. Loading Magazine. 2-26 . Figure 2-7. (1) Load magazine by placing a cartridge on the magazine between the feed lips and press the cartridge down into the magazine. Loading Magazine. Repeat until the magazine is full.

place a five-round stripper clip in position. press down firmly until all ten rounds are below the feed lips of the magazine. NOTE The magazine may be loaded quickly using five-round stripper clips and the magazine filler found in each bandoleer. Using thumb pressure on the rear of the top cartridge. 2-27 . (See Figure 2-8).(2) Loading Magazine with Filler and Clip. (b) Remove the empty stripper clip while holding the magazine filler in place. (c) Repeat until 4 five-round clips are loaded. (d) Remove magazine filler and retain it for future use. (a) With the magazine filler in place.

Figure 2-8. Loading Magazine with Filler and Clip. 2-28 .

a. A click will be heard to indicate that the magazine is fully seated.2-3. Figure 2-9. Insert magazine into the magazine well until the operating spring guide engages the magazine at the front. Loading Magazine into Rifle. 2-29/(2-30 Blank) . Rotate magazine back and up until the magazine snaps into position. INSTALL MAGAZINE. b.


During and after cleaning the operator should inspect the rifle and its components for any irregularities that may cause problems during its operation. where applicable • Uncustomary looseness • Parts exhibiting signs of cracks. burrs. • Damaged or missing parts • Improper assembly or function • Absence of free movement. dents or obvious signs of damage or stress • Presence of signs or tactile clicks in controls. they should be corrected immediately. INSPECTION AND LUBRICATION 3-1. If any potential deficiencies are noted.CHAPTER 3 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Section I. where applicable 3-1 . INSPECTION GUIDE.

(2) Every 1000 rounds apply a medium coating of rifle grease to the bolt locking lugs and their recesses in the receiver. General Lubrication Guidelines: (1) Use CLP (Cleaner Lubricant Preservative) which is a synthetic blend effective down to -65 degrees F and meets MIL-L63460 to clean and lubricate all metal parts requiring lubrication. a. 3-2 . Also use a light coating of it as a preservative on all exposed steel surfaces.• • • • General overall cleanliness Presence of proper lubrication Movement of gas piston (free movement) Presence of corrosion or degradation of surface finish 3-2. the bolt guide track in the receiver. LUBRICATION GUIDE. the operating rod guide track on the side of the receiver and press grease into the bolt roller and lightly coat the camming slot in the operating rod.

Replace grease with CLP in all areas but the bolt roller. In very extreme conditions the MK 14 MOD 0 can be fired reliably completely dry without any lubricants. Also be sure bore has drained before attempting to fire if it has been submerged in water.b. Clean and re-lubricate as soon as conditions allow. (2) Cold: Again minimize use of grease in extreme cold environments. Use a light coating of CLP for lubrication of all areas but the bolt roller. Take the time to disassemble the rear sight if possible and flush with fresh water and re-grease contact areas. (3) Saltwater: It is important to flush the entire weapon with plenty of fresh water after any submersion in Salt Water / Surf environments. Extreme Conditions: (1) Hot: Minimize use of grease in a hot dusty / sandy environment to reduce dirt buildup from the environment. Remove any muzzle cap used and retract bolt 1-2 inches to 3-3 .

c.Chamber and Bore: Clean every 250 rounds with the supplied Otis Kit according to instructions provided in kit or use the supplied Bore Snake when little time is available .allow for barrel drainage (dry the bore immediately if conditions permit).Remove and clean gas piston every 500 rounds and also clean gas cylinder bore at the same time (using Otis Kit).Extreme conditions will increase frequency) (1) Barrel . Be sure and clean any carbon build-up from the bore of the piston as well. General Cleaning Guidelines: Cleaning Frequency (General Conditions.pull three times through bore with CLP on the first few inches of the bore snake (pull from chamber out muzzle). The M14 Combination Tool can be used to clean carbon from the piston grooves (it's 3/8 inch wrench section is also used to remove the gas plug). (2) Gas Cylinder / Piston . Every 250 rounds check to be 3-4 .

(3) Bolt / Operating Rod /Connector Group .muzzle up). Clean gas cylinder and piston any time piston is not free to move (dragging / binding). Do not lubricate the piston or bore of the cylinder. If the bolt face gets excessively dirty before 1000 rounds has been fired it can be cleaned with an Otis kit scraper tip and nylon brush and CLP or Bore Cleaner while in the weapon. See para 3-5 and disassembly procedure para 3-5(4). If the piston still drags even when clean turn the weapon in for inspection (gas cylinder lock may be overtorqued). If there are problems with the extractor or ejector. these parts can be removed with the bolt remaining in the weapon by use of a 30-06 cartridge case or dummy round (do not use a live round) placed into the chamber with the bolt "closed" on it.sure the piston is free (falls under its own weight when the operating rod handle is retracted .Clean these items every 1000 rounds. This requires removal of the action from the stock. A punch can then be used to knock out the extractor from underneath (with magazine removed) which also frees the ejector (retract bolt slowly in order to keep ejector spring under control as its tension is released. 3-5 .

(4) All Other Parts - Clean and Lubricate all other steel parts with CLP every 1000 rounds or as needed. Always wipe dry and lightly lubricate exposed metal surfaces after exposure to adverse weather or firing to reduce corrosion potential. If any of the stainless steel screws securing the stock or top rail into position begin to drag excessively upon removal or installation apply CLP or grease to the threads to aid installation. NOTE CLP WILL PROVIDE REQUIRED LUBRICATION AT TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 0ºF AND –35ºF (-19ºC AND-37ºC). Section II. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES 3-3. TROUBLESHOOTING. a. The table lists the common malfunctions that may occur during the operation or maintenance of the rifle or its components. Perform the test/inspections and corrective actions in the order listed.

b. This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may occur, nor all tests and inspections and corrective actions. If a malfunction is not corrected by listed corrective actions, forward to the unit armorer for the corrective action.


TABLE 3-1. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Failure to load. 1. Dirty or deformed 1. Clean or replace. ammunition. 2. Damaged magazine 2. Replace magazine. tube. 3. Dirty magazine. 3. Clean. 4. Damaged or broken 4. Replace magazine. spring. 5. Damaged or broken 5. Replace magazine. follower. 6. Loose or damaged 6. Replace magazine. floor plate. Magazine inserts 1. Bent or deformed 1. Replace magazine. with difficulty. magazine. 2. Excessive dirt in 2. Clean and lubricate. receiver well. 3. Ammunition not fully 3.a Remove seated in magazine. ammunition and reload properly.

b Lock bolt to rear Magazine inserts attempt to load. movement restricted. damaged magazine latch. Magazine latch 2.TABLE 3-1. return rifle to NSWC Crane. with difficulty (cont’d). Return rifle to NSWC cannot be damaged or Crane. 6. If bent or damaged. Magazine latch 1. Magazine 1. Magazine latch Clean if necessary. Return rifle to NSWC 5. retained in deformed. Check movement. 2. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 3. 5. Deformed or Crane. weapon.a Try to reinsert 3-9 . 4. Deformed or Crane. 6. damaged operating rod spring guide. Return rifle to NSWC 4.

front of magazine deformed. ammunition. (magazine) damaged or missing. 3. 5. Damaged or dirty 1. Weak or broken 2. 2. 4. Damaged or 3. 1. Clean or replace ammunition. Remove and install properly.TABLE 3-1. weapon (cont’d). TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Magazine spring damaged or magazine. 3. cannot be broken. Replace magazine. Magazine latch plate 3.b Return rifle to retained in NSWC Crane. Locking recess at top 4. Failure to feed. 2. Replace magazine. Replace magazine. Magazine not fully 5. Replace magazine. 3-10 . magazine spring. certain latch clicks. Make installed. deformed magazine.

Cartridge case 1. ammunition. 5. 5. Clean with dry cloth chamber. 2. Bolt fails to lock. Return rifle to NSWC operating rod spring. Crane. Short recoil. Failure to 1. Damaged or 4. Weak or broken 6. cartridge case. damaged or 1. lug on bolt. Dirty. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Failure to feed 4. 3. Crane. deformed stripping Crane. Dirty chamber. 6. Return rifle to NSWC Crane. Return rifle to NSWC (cont’d). Return rifle to NSWC operating rod spring.TABLE 3-1. Clean barrel and chamber. 2. Weak or broken 3. 1. Pull bolt to rear and holding bolt out of remove deformed battery. corroded or replace. 3-11 .

4. barrel. Return rifle to NSWC 4.TABLE 3-1. and locked in 3-12 . 6. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Clean ammunition Bolt fails to lock and/or barrel (cont’d). Frozen or blocked Crane. or return rifle to NSWC Crane. Dirty chamber. or damaged operating rod spring. 2. Return rifle to NSWC 6. Clean barrel and 2. ejector spring and plunger. 5. chamber. Restricted movement 5. Clean bolt assembly 3. of. 3. chamber. Bolt not fully rotated Crane. Extractor does not and extractor recess snap over rim of in breech face of cartridge base. Return rifle to NSWC Crane.

” and locked. Replace 3. 2. Clean bolt or return 4. Emptied magazine. ammunition. trigger 7. damaged or movement restricted. Return rifle to NSWC 5. hammer spring. Return rifle to NSWC Crane. or sear worn or broken sufficiently to 3-13 . Return rifle to NSWC Crane. 7. Weak or broken Crane. 7. 4. 3. Broken hammer. Load magazine. Crane. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Bolt fails to lock receiver. Damaged receiver. Return rifle to NSWC 6. 6. Refer to “Bolt fails to 2. 1. Failure to fire. (cont’d). 5. Defective ammunition.TABLE 3-1. Hammer lugs. to NSWC Crane. 1. Bolt not fully forward lock. lugs. Firing pin worn. 7.

3. 3-14 . Gas plug loose or return to NSWC missing.080 inch diameter rod. Clean receiver or 3. Restricted movement 2. return to NSWC Crane. of operation rod assembly. 2. 4. Return to NSWC Crane. Tighten plug or Short recoil. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Failure to fire cause hammer to ride (cont’d) the bolt forward. Crane. Bolt binding.TABLE 3-1. #45 drill should fit or 0. 1. 1. Cylinder installed too 4. Return to armorer or NSWC Crane for far (blocks gas port) corrective action.

in cold weather. Return rifle to NSWC assembly. Gas piston restricted. 7. position (slot at 12/6 8. 5. Partially closed 7. If by gravity w/bolt to damaged. Crane. 8. Improper lubrication o’clock). 6. to NSWC Crane. Damaged connector 6. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Short recoil 5. No free movement and piston. 3-15 .TABLE 3-1. Turn valve to correct spindle valve. Clean and lubricate properly. Clean gas cylinder (cont’d). return rifle rear.

Dirty or ammunition. Defective 1. Clean burred bolt.TABLE 3-1. If not corrected. return to NSWC Crane. Replace unlock. and lubricate bolt and receiver. 3-16 . 3. ammunition. Failure to hold 1. Damaged or 2. Bolt lock movement 3. follower. Refer to “short bolt rearward. deformed magazine recoil”. 2. Crane. Return rifle to NSWC Crane. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Failure to 1. Return to NSWC deformed bolt lock. Damaged or 1. recess. Clean bolt lock restricted.

Replace the 4. recoil”.TABLE 3-1. 5. deformed extractor. 6. Refer to “short 3. Ruptured or case or return rifle to separated cartridge NSWC Crane. 3-17 . bolt rearward magazine spring. Open spindle valve. case in chamber. Remove cartridge 6. Damaged or extractor. Remove cartridge. Weak. and spring assembly. Spindle valve closed. Replace the 5. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Failure to hold 4. assembly. 4. Replace magazine. chamber (sheared rim). (cont’d) Failure to 1. deformed or extractor and frozen extractor spring/plunger plunger. Weak or broken 4. Short recoil. extract. 1. 2. 3. 2. Cartridge seized in Clean chamber.

1. Lift off the top cover (includes Mil-Std-1913 rail). Refer to “short recoil”. (1) Remove six screws securing top rail cover to barrel/receiver assembly. 3-18 . a. 2.TABLE 3-1. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES (Field Stripping). TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (Cont’d) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Failure to eject. Short recoil. deformed or 2. Disassemble into Three Main Groups. Weak. 3-4. Replace frozen ejector spring ejector/spring and plunger. assembly. 1.

3-1. grasp the rear of the trigger guard and pull up and toward the muzzle until the firing mechanism (trigger group) is released and can be pulled from the assembly. (2) Remove three screws securing operating rod guide. Removing Top Cover. (3) Invert the assembly. 3-19 . The bottom screw will be captured/retained by the plastic fore-grip.

Figure 3-2. 3-20 . Remove Firing Mechanism.

3-21 . The stock should pull straight up off the barreled action. If it is tight then use a tool of some sort inserted through the trigger group opening to push or tap the receiver away from the stock. (4) Remove barreled action from stock chassis by inverting the receiver and pushing the stock up and away from it at the back of the receiver and the front at the gas cylinder area. DOING SO CAUSES DAMAGE TO THE RIB OR KEYWAY ON THE SIDE OF THE FIRING MECHANISM HOUSING.CAUTION IN WITHDRAWING THE FIRING MECHANISM FROM THE STOCK DO NOT ROTATE FIRING MECHANISM MORE THAN 90 DEGREES.

(See Figure 3-4) (a) Close the bolt. 3-22 . (1) Removing the Connector Assembly. lay the action on the side opposite the operating rod handle. b.Figure 3-3. MK 14 Mod 0 Field Stripped. Field Stripping the Barrel and Receiver Group.

(See figure 3-4). (d) Orient the selector lever so that the connector clears and remove the connector. 3-23 . (c) Rotate the connector’s front end down and away from the receiver until the slot in the connector is aligned with the tab on which it pivots at the rear.(b) Press forward against spring pressure on the connector until it is freed from its front interface with connector lock.

3-24 .Figure 3-4. Removing Connector Assembly.

3-25 . (c) With the right forefinger. (See Figure 3-5) WARNING BE CAREFUL WHEN REMOVING AND INSTALLING SPRINGS AND SPRING LOADED COMPONENTS. sight down. Allow the operating rod spring to expand slowly and remove the operating rod spring and guide from the operating rod. muzzle to the left. WEAR EYE PROTECTION AND CONTROL SPRINGS WHILE UNLOADING THEM SLOWLY. slide the connector lock (pin) toward the right side of the receiver to release the operating rod guide. pull the operating rod spring toward the muzzle to relieve pressure on the connector lock.(2) Remove the Operating Rod Spring and Operating Rod Spring Guide. (b) With the left hand. (a) Place the barrel and receiver group on a flat surface.

Remove Operating Rod Spring and Operating Rod Spring Guide with bolt closed. 3-26 . Figure 3-5.(d) Separate these two parts.

3-27 . then pull it to the rear. disengaging it from the operating rod guide. (c) Rotate the operating rod downward and outward. (b) Pull the operating rod handle back until the guide lug on its inside surface is aligned with the disassembly notch on the right side of the receiver. (See Figure 3-6) (a) Turn the barrel and receiver group so the sights are up and the muzzle is pointed away from you.(3) Remove the Operating Rod.

Figure 3-6. 3-28 . Remove the Operating Rod.

3-29 .(4) Remove the Bolt Assembly. (See Figure 3-7) (a) Grasp the bolt and roller. lift it upward and outward to the right front with a slight rotating motion. (b) Slide the bolt forward.

3-30 . Remove the Bolt Assembly.Figure 3-7.

freely. (NSN 4933-00-768-0211 or 3/8 box-end wrench) (c) Remove gas piston. (d) Clean gas piston grooves and bore. (g) Tip rifle up and down and ensure gas piston moves (6) Disassemble Magazine. (Every 250 rounds) (a) Tip barrel up and down and ensure free movement of gas piston. (See Figure 3-8) 3-31 . (b) If gas piston does not move smoothly.(5) Inspect Gas Piston. (Do not lubricate). remove gas cylinder plug using combination tool. (f) Reinstall gas piston and gas piston plug. (e) Clean gas cylinder bore.

to clear the retaining lips of the magazine. (d) Remove and separate the magazine spring and follower. CARELESSNESS COULD CAUSE INJURY. (b) Grasp the magazine with either hand. one coil at a time. 3-32 .WARNING BE CAREFUL WHEN REMOVING AND INSTALLING SPRING LOADED COMPONENTS. (a) Use a pointed object to raise the rear of the magazine base clear of the magazine. (c) Remove the magazine base and guide the spring. with one finger of the hand covering the base.

3-33 . Magazine Assembly.Figure 3-8.

General. (4) Cleaning materials are expendable items and are available from supply. inspect and lubricate. 3-34 . (1) With the rifle disassembled and thoroughly cleaned. AND REPAIRS. BE SURE TO CLEAR THE WEAPON. CLEANING.3-5. INSPECTION. (2) Always shake CLP before use. clean your rifle according to instruction. (3) After firing. a. Wipe dry and lubricate according to lubrication instructions. WARNING BEFORE CLEANING.

62mm patch or a standard two inch patch with a small hole in the center. using T-handle. Reinstall the slotted tip and reorient patch to a clean area and pull through bore dry. (1) Using an Otis 7. Barrel and Bore. Remove the slotted brass tip and reinsert the cable from the muzzle. Install the bore brush and pull through the bore.CAUTION Do not interchange parts of your weapon with other weapons. (2) Repeat procedure in (1) until the patch comes out clean. b. place top of Otis kit/bore snake through hole in patch and then pull corner of patch back through slot in tip of Otis kit/bore snake. Rotate brush clockwise and feed it into 3-35 . Place a few drops of CLP on leading edge of the patch and pull patch through bore. (3) Clean chamber using the short cable and Otis kit chamber brush with T-handle. from chamber to muzzle (after first rotating patch in chamber neck area to clean).

All Other Parts. (1) Clean the face of the bolt using Otis kit scraper and nylon brush as well as two inch patches and CLP as necessary.chamber fully. c. NOTE Bolt can remain in rifle to clean the bolt face. (2) Wipe the bolt dry with patches and lubricate with a light coat of CLP. Face of Bolt. Change to the slotted tip and insert a two inch patch and mop out chamber. If weapon is to be stored apply a light coat of CLP to chamber and bore using kit. 3-36 . continuing to rotate brush as it is extracted. d. (1) Use a dry cloth to remove all dirt or sand from other parts and exterior surfaces.

or other foreign matter with a clean wiping cloth. Clean the magazine. (1) Remove dirt. totally wipe parts dry. (3) Lubricate rifle in accordance with paragraph 3-2. 3-37 .(2) Apply a light coat of CLP to the metal parts. a. (2) In general a light coating of CLP on all internal magazine component surfaces is best. b. In dusty desert conditions. grit. Adding some powdered graphite may also improve operation of the magazine. Heavier lube is better in damp environments to enhance corrosion resistance. e.

Tighten flash suppressor to 5-10 ft-lbs torque. (4) Inspect gas piston for free movement. INSPECTION INSTRUCTIONS. (2) Inspect flash suppressor for cracks. and looseness. Function telescoping/operating components. burrs. 3-38 .Section III. General. (3) Inspect barrel for straightness. (1) Inspect stock system for loose or missing screws. NOTE INSPECT BEFORE LUBRICATING. a. bent tines. cracks. cracks. The flash suppressor can be tightened using ¾ inch wrench or 3/16 hex key on EBR tool run through base of opposing slots of the flash suppressor. or breaks.

Check the bipod functioning. Check rear sight for damage. Inspect for damage and for proper functioning. Sights. f. missing or loose parts and functioning. Bolt Assembly. c. a.b. Dry cycle check both semi-auto and fullauto function upon reassembly (refer to paragraph 3-9). and for visual damage. REASSEMBLY PROCEDURES (from field strip). e. Assemble the Magazine. Check bipod mount knurled knob for looseness. 3-6. and security (snug knurled attachment screw and slotted screw on bipod rail mount). missing parts and or proper functioning. (Refer to Figure 3-8) 3-39 . Bipod Assembly. d. Inspect for damage. Operating Rod and Connector Assembly.

(Refer to Figure 3-7) (1) Place the barrel and receiver on the table. Ensure to fully seat the follower. sights up. muzzle pointing away from you. (2) Replace the magazine base. (2) Hold the bolt by the roller and locking lug and place the rear on the bridge of the receiver. firing pin tang pointed down. and replace the follower and spring inside the magazine.(1) Reposition the spring inside the follower with the rectangular-shaped end of the spring against the rear of the follower. Install the Bolt. (4) Guide the left locking lug of the bolt into its groove on the left side of the receiver. (3) Turn the bolt slightly counterclockwise until the tang of the firing pin clears the bridge. 3-40 . b.

d. (3) Then move the operating rod forward until the bolt is closed. 3-41 . Install the Operating Rod. (Refer to Figure 3-6) (1) Hold the operating rod at the handle. c. Install the Operating Rod Spring and Operating Rod Spring Guide.(5) Lower the right locking lug on its bearing surface and slide the bolt halfway to the rear. place the front end into the operating rod guide and position the rod so that the recess in the hump fits over the bolt roller. (2) Turn the operating rod counterclockwise in the operating rod guide until the guide lug fits into the disassembly notch on the receiver.

e. and feed the loose end of the spring into the operating rod. 3-42 . hump up. Install the Connector Assembly. (2) Place the operating rod spring guide into the operating rod spring. (Refer to Figure 3-4) (1) Close the bolt and lay the action on the side opposite the operating rod handle. (3) Grasp the spring and guide with the left hand and compress the spring until the hole in the guide can be aligned with the connector lock. Lower the guide and push the connector lock in with the right thumb to retain the spring guide.(1) Turn the barrel and receiver over so the sights are down and the muzzle is to the left. (2) Orient selector lever until the connector clears.

3-43 . f. making sure that the guide rib on the firing mechanism enters the recess in the receiver. ensuring that it clears the trigger and fully engages the receiver. (1) Place the barrel and receiver group on a flat surface. Assembly the Three Main Groups. (4) Once the receiver is fully seated into the stock (may require tapping with a mallet) then close the trigger guard. (3) Open the trigger guard and place the firing mechanism straight down into the receiver.(3) Install connector on tab on which it pivots and rotate the front connector up toward the receiver. pressing forward until it snaps onto the connector lock. (2) Place the chassis stock directly onto the receiver from above being sure the receiver “legs” fit into recesses and the operating rod guide fits into the front stock channel. sights down.

(5) Install three screws securing the operating rod guide and secure to approximately 65 in lb torque. Prior to final installation be sure that rings are set to proper spacing to allow both recoil lugs to engage slots and have full recoil lug contact. (Anti-seize compound or grease can be applied to the screw threads). (6) Install top rail to the stock and secure with six screws. 3-44 . 30mm to one inch adapters (not provided) would be required to use one inch tube scopes. 3-7. A scope that has been mounted on one MK 14 may need a ring slightly adjusted to fit another MK 14 properly. SCOPE MOUNTING. (As Required) NOTE Any 30mm tube scope can be used. Torque screws to 35 in lbs.

Tighten the front and rear hex nut an additional one-quarter e This procedure will be close to the desired torque value. 3-45 . (65 in-lbs) and repeat a good zero if performed exactly the same each time. d turn. a. position clamps and push the scope as far forward as the recoil grooves allow. finger tighten front hex nut as much as possible. b With the nuts slightly loose. Loosen ½ inch hex nuts screws only enough to allow scope rings to be fully seated on the mounting rail. Repeat for the rear hex nut. c While holding the scope forward.NOTE Scope rings should be installed so that the hex nuts are on the left side.

3-9. Loosen the front and then the rear mounting ring hex nuts while holding the scope firmly against a mounting rail.3-8. a. WARNING Before starting an inspection. a. Do not actuate the trigger until the weapon has been cleared. Remove magazine so no ammunition is in position to be fed into the chamber. 3-46 . DAY OPTIC SIGHT REMOVAL. be sure to clear the weapon. b. rotate scope away from the mounting ring hex nuts to disengage from the mounting rail. Inspect sights for damage and loose or missing parts. Holding left side of rifle downward. and then inspect the chamber to ensure it is empty. FUNCTION CHECK.

Release the bolt lock. squeeze trigger to release 3-47 . Squeeze trigger. verify bolt slides forward. (Should hear a click from it jumping from disconnector to the hammer sear hook). g. Slowly release trigger pressure – Hammer should remain cocked. Install empty magazine and assure it locks into place and does not bind. hammer should fall. e. Press in and rotate the selector so the “A” facing rearward and cycle the action to cock the hammer. Verify selector is in semi-automatic mode (A facing forward – not visible). c. Press safety forward. d. Hammer should remain cocked upon release of operating rod handle. f. h. pull operating rod to rear and ensure proper operation. While squeezing trigger.b. Remove empty magazine.

Rotate windage knob and elevating pinion assembly of rear sight. Pull operating rod to the rear. 3-48 . Remove empty magazine. Release bolt lock and squeeze trigger. and ensure action is smooth. release operating rod. k. to ensure proper operation. i. Medium pressure down on the aperature should not shift elevation adjustment (if shift does occur. hammer should not fall until last ½ inch of forward travel. j. l.hammer. tighten screw in windage knob another click and recheck). Hold trigger to rear while hand cycling operating rod slowly and allow action back into full battery.

b. Return bipod to unit armorer for corrective action if problems exist. CLEAN BIPOD ASSEMBLY a.CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT 4-1. Get a replacement bipod issued if required since it is not repairable at unit level. Clean and check bipod assembly for proper operation and lightly lubricate with CLP. 4-1/(4-2 Blank) .




AMMUNITION. WARNING DO NOT FIRE: Seriously corroded ammunition Dented cartridges Cartridges with loose bullets Cartridges exposed to extreme heat (135ºF until they have cooled) • Cartridges with the bullet pushed in (short rounds) Turn in defective ammunition to range Noncommissioned Officer (NCO). • • • • Keep ammunition dry and clean. 5-1 . Other standard ammunition types may be authorized by individual commands (any standard 7.62mm NATO ammunition should function).CHAPTER 5 AMMUNITION 5-1.

9 -3.3 2.9 -7.7 150 6.2 6.2 -1.2 -1.9 300 0 0 300 -16.5 -1.8 5-2 .2 25 0.2 0 -1.3 250 -9.Table 5-1.5 -10.7 225 -6.7 100 0 0 100 5.4 275 -12.6 225 5.7 125 -0.9 5.2 0.6 275 2. Line of Sight (LOS) 300 yd M80 M118LR 100 yd M80 M118LR ZERO Path Path ZERO Path Path Yards Inches Inches Yards Inches Inches 0 -1. barrel/Standard Conditions M80 Ball muzzle vel.7 250 4.6 -0.1 175 -2.8 3.3 4. = 2675 fps M118LR muzzle vel.1 25 -0.4 125 6.1 0. 18 in.4 50 2.7 -13. = 2511 fps Impact vs.3 75 4.7 7.1 4.2 6.4 -0.6 -5.1 150 -1.3 -17. MK14 Mod 0 Ballistic Information MK14 MOD 0 Ballistic Info.4 5.1 75 0.9 1.1 50 0.7 7.8 175 6.2 -4.3 200 200 6.

= 2511 fps Impact vs. Line of Sight (LOS) 300 yd M80 M118LR 100 yd M80 M118LR ZERO Path Path ZERO Path Path Yards Inches Inches Yards Inches Inches 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 500 -2.6 5-3/(5-4 Blank) .5 -43.1 -20.6 -58.6 -70.1 -33 -40.6 -33.3 -15.6 -2. barrel/Standard Conditions M80 Ball muzzle vel. = 2675 fps M118LR muzzle vel.2 -50.7 -6 -10 -14.7 -53.3 -61.8 -22.Table 5-1.7 -20 -26.3 -10. MK14 MOD 0 Ballistic Info. 18 in.8 --6.4 -36.6 -38.4 -25.5 -26.8 -45. MK14 Mod 0 Ballistic Information (cont’).9 -67.1 -27 -32.1 -30.4 -41 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 500 -20.




INTRODUCTION A-1. based on authorization of the end item. The illustrations will assist you in identifying the items. SCOPE.APPENDIX A BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LIST Section I. This appendix lists the basic issue items (BII) for the MK 14 MOD 0 7.62mm Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR). BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LIST. The BII list is described as follows: These are minimum essential items required to place the MK 14 MOD 0 EBR into operation and to perform emergency repairs. Although shipped separately packaged. This manual is your authority to request/requisition replacement BII. A-2. A-1 . BII must be with the MK 14 MOD 0 EBR during operation and whenever it is transferred between property accounts.

EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS.). if required a minimum description to identify and locate the item. The following provides an explanation of columns found in the tabular listing: Column (1).National Stock Number.Description CAGE and Part No. Column (5).Unit of Issue (U/I).A-3. This column indicates the number on the illustration on page A-3.Item Number (I. Column (4). No. Indicates the national stock number (NSN) assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes. A-2 .Quantity required (Qty Req). Column (3). Column (2). Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with/on the equipment. Indicates the Federal item name and. The last line for each item indicates the Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGE) followed by the part number. Indicates how the item is issued for the NSN shown in column two.

MK 14 MOD 0 EBR Accessories. A-3 .

Storage Case DCM14 Sling. Rifle TAS-M14 Scope Rings 1005306-29 MK 14 EBR Tool (Bondhus/MSC) 67255281 Bipod (Harris) 1A2-BRM Adapter Plate. Bipod 98060 M14 Cleaning Kit (Otis) 308-6 .30 Caliber Bore Snake 24015 A-4 (4) U/M Ea Ea Pr Ea (5) QTY REQ 1 1 1 1 5 6 7 8 Harris Engineering Knights Armament 1005-01-451-5119 Hoppes Ea Ea Ea Ea 1 1 1 1 . 1 2 3 4 (2) NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER Eagle Industries Buffer Technologies Badger Ordnance MSC (3) DESCRIPTION.Section II. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (1) ITEM NO.

MK14 7790769 Weapons Record Book Operator’s Manual. 7. Magazine Assembly Grease Combination Tool. 9 10 11 12 13 (2) NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER 1005-00-628-9048 Shooters Choice 4933-00-768-2011 0000-00-005-9811 0640-LP-103-7282 (3) DESCRIPTION.(1) ITEM NO.62mm MK 14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR) (4) U/M Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea (5) QTY REQ 2 A/R 1 1 1 A-5/(A-6 Blank) .




APPENDIX B ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST Section I. These items are all authorized to you by Table of Authority (TOA). B-2. B-3. EXPLANATION OF LISTING. and quantities are provided to help you identify and request the additional items you require to support this equipment.62mm. descriptions. This appendix lists additional items you are authorized for the support of the MK 14 MOD 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR).. GENERAL. National stock numbers. INTRODUCTION B-1. The items are listed in alphabetical sequence by item name under the type document (i. TOA which authorizes the item(s) to you). B-1 . This list identifies items that do not have to accompany the MK 14 MOD 0 EBR and that do not have to be turned in with it.e. SCOPE. 7.

Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with/on equipment. Indicates the Federal item name and if required. Column (4). followed by the part number. in parenthesis. a minimum description to identity and locate the item. Column (2).Description CAGE and Part Number. Indicates the national stock number (NSN) assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes. The following provides an explanation of columns found in the tabular listing: Column (1)-. The last line for each item indicates the Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGE).Unit of issue (U/I).Quantity Required (Qty Req). Column (3). EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS.National Stock Number.B-4. B-2 . Indicates how the item is issued for the NSN shown in column one.

Throw-lever mount for 30mm tube sight. B-3 .1. 2. Low Profile AN/PEQ Mount – This low profile mount can be mounted on the top rail or either side mount.

Adjustable height night vision pocket scope mount (M983/PVS-18) which is part of the SOPMOD Accessory kit.3. A Universal Night Sight (UNS-AN/PVS-22) can be used on the front top rail with magnified optics. Shown with a ½ inch riser block available from Mounting Solutions Plus which optimizes height. B-4 . This mount attaches to the rear rail behind the receiver. 4.

The AN/PVS-17 series Mini Night Vision Sight can be adapted to fit the rear rail if a requirement existed.5. B-5/(B-6 Blank) .




EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS. This appendix lists expendable supplies and materials you will need to operate and maintain the MK 14 MOD 0 7. “Use wiping rag.62mm Enhanced Battle Riffle.g. C-2. The following provides an explanation of columns found in the tabular listing: a.. This number is assigned to the entry in the listing and is referenced in the narrative instructions to identify the material (e. SCOPE.Item Number (Item Number).APPENDIX C EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST Section I. INTRODUCTION C-1. item 4. Column (1). app D). C-1 .

requisition the lowest unit of issue that will satisfy your requirements. d.g. Indicates the measure used in performing the actual maintenance function. Column (5).Description. pr. ea. This measure is expressed by a two-character alphabetical abbreviation (e.. C-2 . Column (2). Indicates the Federal Item Name and if required..b. Column (3). use to request or requisition the item. This is the National Stock Number assigned to the item. c. If the unit of measure differs from the unit of issue.National Stock Number. Column (4)..Level. e.Unit of Measure (U/M). This column identifies the lowest level of maintenance that requires the listed item. in. The last line for each item indicates the Contractor and Government Entity Code (CAGE) in parentheses followed by the part number. a description to identify item.).

Lubricant Preservative (81349) MIL-L63460 4 oz. Cleaning. Small Arms (19204) 8448462 Cleaner. bottle 1 pint bottle 1 gal. EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND REQUIREMENTS LIST (1) Item No 1 2 (2) Level Operator Operator (3) National Stock Number 1005-00-494-6602 9150-01-054-6453 (4) Cage Part Number Brush.Section II. can (5) U/M ea 9150-01-079-6124 9150-01-054-6453 9150-01-053-6688 OZ PT GAL C-3 .

Simple Green (1Z575) 5 gal container 1 gal container 24 oz bottle Solvent. Wiping (58536) A-A-2522 50 lb. Cleaning. Cleaning. Bale Compound.(1) Item No 3 4 (2) Level Operator Operator (3) National Stock Number 7920-00-205-1711 (4) Cage Part Number Rag. Skysol 100 Shooters Choice Bore Cleaner (5) U/M LB 5 6 Operator Operator 7930-01-342-5316 7930-01-306-8369 7930-01-342-5317 6850-01-381-4401 N/A GAL GAL OZ OZ GAL C-4 .

C-5/(C-6 Blank) .

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