TM 9-1005-223-34

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL

DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE MANUAL INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LISTS (INCLUDING DEPOT MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS) RIFLE, 7.62-MM, M14, W/E (1005- 589-1271) RIFLE, 7.62-MM, M14A1, W/E (1005-072- 5011) BIPOD, RIFLE, M2 (1005-711-6202)

HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY AUGUST 1972

WARNING

Clear weapon of ammunition before starting an inspection. Point weapon in a safe direction and examine for presence of live ammunition. Check barrel and chamber for obstruction, e.g., bullet or ruptured cartridge case.

WARNING

Personnel operating vapor degreaser are cautioned not to breathe the toxic fume.

WARNING

Drycleaning solvents and paint thinners are flammable. Do not clean parts near an open flame or in a smoking area. Fire extinguishers should be readily available when these materials are used. Use only in well-ventilated places.

WARNING

Dry cleaning solvents and paint thinners evaporate quickly and have a drying effect on the skin. When used without protective gloves, these chemicals may cause irritation or cracking of the skin. Use a lanolin base cream or liquid on exposed skin.

WARNING

Under no circumstances should a blank cartridge be modified by adding explosives in an attempt to obtain automatic action without the blank firing attachment. The loading of any cartridge with excess explosives is most likely to cause abnormal chamber pressure. The resulting abnormal chamber pressure may cause equipment damage and/or injury to the operator.

TM 9-1005-223-34 TECHNICAL MANUAL NO. 9-1005-223-34

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MAINTENANCE MANUAL (INCLUDING DEPOT MAINTENANCE

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON, D. C. 2 August 1972 DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL SUPPORT

INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST

REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS) RIFLE, 7.62-MM: M14, W/E RIFLE, 7.62-MM: M14A1, W/E BIPOD, RIFLE: M2

This manual is current as of 27 June 1971 Paragraph CHAPTER Section CHAPTER Section 1. I. II. 2. I. II. III. IV. V. CHAPTER Section 3. I. II. 4. I. II. 5. I. II. 6. I. II. INTRODUCTION General............................................................................................. 1-11-3 Description and data............................................................................ 1-41-5 DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL SUPPORT INSTRUCTIONS Repair parts, special tools, and equipment ......................................... 2-1 Troubleshooting................................................................................... 2-22-3 Preembarkation inspection of materiel in units alerted for overseas movement ..................................................................................... 2-4 General maintenance .......................................................................... 2-52-8 Removal and installation of major components and auxiliaries......... 2-92-10 REPAIR OF MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY Disassembly and assembly ................................................................. 3-13-4 Cleaning, inspection and repair ........................................................... 3-53-7 REPAIR OF THE FIRING MECHANISM Disassembly and assembly ................................................................. 4-14-4 Cleaning, inspection and repair ........................................................... 4-54-7 REPAIR OF STOCK AND HAND GUARD ASSEMBLIES Disassembly and assembly ................................................................. 5-15-4 Cleaning, inspection and repair ........................................................... 5-55-7 REPAIR OF THE OPERATING ROD AND CONNECTOR GROUP Disassembly and assembly ................................................................. 6-16-4 Cleaning, inspection and repair ........................................................... 6-56-7 Page Illus. fig

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..................... 11-111-3 REFERENCES ..................................................... 10-210-7 Grenade Launcher Sight............................ B-1B-6 3739 Repair Parts List Major groups and assembliesRifle M14 ................................... I..................... 57 2 Firing mechanism.......................... 9-59-7 MAINTENANCE OF MATERIEL USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH MAJOR ITEM Introduction..................13................. 10-1 Grenade Launcher M76........................................................................................... 10-1510-21 FINAL INSPECTION ........................ II.. 7-3 CHAPTER Section 21 21 24 25 25 8-1.................... I......... A............................. REPAIR OF BLOT ASSEMBLY Disassembly and assembly ......................................... 61 7 Barrel and receiver group..... 60 5 Operating rod and connector group ...... M6 .............................. I....... CHAPTER APPENDIX APPENDIX 11.......................................................................... 8-18-4 Cleaning......................................................................... DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST (INCLUDING DEPOT MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS) Introduction.... III....................................... 63 12 Tools and Equipment Authorized for Unit Replacement ..................... II.............................................. 63 10 Combination tool ...................... 10-4 28-30 10-5 33 35 Section I....64 12.............................. II......................... 8-3.. B..................................................................... 9............10-3.............................................................................................................................. inspection and repair ....8-4 9-1 CHAPTER Section CHAPTER Section 27 27 10-1 28 10-2.............. 9-19-4 Cleaning. M2.............................................................................. IV..... fig Paragraph CHAPTER Section 7..................................................................... 66 2 .......... 59 4 Shoulder gun stock assemblyRifle M14A1............................................................................................................... 8............................14 Special Tools and Equipment ....... 10..................... M15 ..... A-1A-3 Page 19 19....................... 8-58-7 REPAIR OF RIFLE BIPOD Disassembly and assembly ...........................................................8-2.. inspection and repair .TM 9-1005-223-34 Illus... 61 6 Bolt assembly........... 56 1 Major groups and assembliesRifle M14A1........20 7-1....... 7-17-4 Cleaning................................................................... 63....................................................................... 63 11 Kit......... II.............7-2.... inspection and repair ........................ II........ IV... I... 7-57-7 REPAIR OF BARREL AND RECEIVER GROUP Disassembly and assembly ............................................................... 58 3 Stock assembly with butt plateRifle M14 ............................................................. 62 9 Rifle Bipod........ Winter Trigger ... 62 8 Stabilizer assembly ......................................... 10-810-14 Bayonet-Knife......................... 65 15 Federal Stock Number and Reference Number Index ...................................

7. Reporting of Errors Report of errors. US Army Weapons Command. which is beyond the scope of the tools./equipment. 1-2. They provide information on the maintenance of the equipment. and reports which are to be used by maintenance personnel at all Section II. M14.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Section I. GENERAL 1-1. Refer to TM 9-1005-223-10 and TM 9-1005-223-20 and figures 1-1 and 1-2. records. Rock Island. ATTN: AMSWE-MAS/SP. personnel. maintenance levels are listed in and prescribed by TM 38-750.62-MM Rifle. Reports should be submitted on DA Form 2028. and recommendations for improving this publication by the individual user is encouraged. M14A1 and Rifle Bipod. Illinois 61201.62-MM Rifle. M2. omissions. Scope These instructions are in accordance with the maintenance allocation chart (TM 9-1005-223-20) and are published for the use of direct support and general support personnel maintaining the 7. M14-left view. 3 . Figure 1-1. Forms and Records Maintenance forms. DESCRIPTION AND DATA 1-4. or supplies normally available to operator and for organizational maintenance. and forwarded direct to: Commanding General. Description. 1-3. Recommended Changes to Publications.

Tabulated Data Refer to TM 9-1005-223-20.TM 9-1005-223-34 Figure 1-2.62-MM Rifle. 4 . 7. 1-5. M14A1-right view.

gas port not aligned with gas port of barrel. Gas cylinder oversize. b. Repair Parts. f. 2-2. e. Table 2-1 is intended as a guide for troubleshooting. Replace Repair or replace bolt assembly Replace bolt See “Short recoil". c. Damaged or blocked ejector Damaged or deformed bolt. Short recoil Gas cylinder. and Equipment Refer to appendix B. SPECIAL TOOLS. Replace. f. a. Tighten gas cylinder lock. TROUBLESHOOTING General This section contains troubleshooting information for locating and correcting malfunctions which may develop in the 7. Replace Replace Replace. a. Failure to feed Failure to extract 5 . Restricted movement of operating rod. b. Operating rod bent Damaged operating rod guide. 4. d. The table does not cover all possible malfunctions that may occur. Also refer to the troubleshooting tables in TM 9-1005-223-10 and TM 9-4005-223-20. f. Short recoil Table 2-1. Replace weapon Replace weapon Replace extractor Use cleaning rod to remove cartridge. d. Malfunction 1. Insufficient headspace. a. Bolt fails to close a. 3. c. e. Only the more common malfunctions are listed. M14 and M14A1. e. Under sized or damaged gas piston. Restricted movement of operating rod. d. e. b. d. a. Clean or repair bolt and/or receiver. Pitted chamber Broken extractor. e. g. d.62-MM Rifle. c. b. Clean chamber and ammunition. e. c. b. b. Rep air or replace defective components. AND EQUIPMENT 2-1. f. 2-3. b. g. d. Bolt binding receiver. REPAIR PARTS. Defective ammunition. c. b. a. 2. 5. Operating rod binding Weak or broken operating rod Spring. Troubleshooting a. a. Section II. Cartridge clip guide pin restricting bolt movement Extractor does not open enough to pass over rim of cartridge. Repair or replace defective component Drive pin up from receiver Replace extractor and/or extractor spring Replace Replace.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 2 DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Section I. a. Magazine difficult to install. Troubleshooting Probable Cause RIFLE M14 AND M14A1 Damage or restricted movement of magazine latch. c. Special Tools. b. Corrective Action Replace magazine latch. Excessive headspace.

TM 9-1005-223-34 Malfunction
6. Failure to eject a. b. c. 7. Failure of bolt to open after fire a. b. 8. Failure to fire a. b. c. a. b. c. a. b. c. a. b. a. b.

Table 2-1. Troubleshooting-Continued Probable Cause
Weak, missing, or frozen ejector spring. Damaged or blocked ejector. Restricted movement of operating rod. Gas cylinder plug missing, gas piston seized or improperly installed in cylinder. Restricted movement of operating rod. Lower tang on hammer strikes stud on trigger. Inadequate firing pin protrusion . Hammer spring housing damaged. Damaged or deformed bolt lock. Bolt lock movement restricted. Short recoil. Jaw, securing bolt, loose. Jaw securing bolt. stripped. Plunger worn or spring damaged. Replace Yoke does not retain plunger in position. Plunger worn or spring damaged. Leg damaged. a. b. c. a. b. a. b. c. a. b. c. a. b. a. b. a. b.

Corrective Acton
Replace ejector. Replace ejector. Repair or replace component. Install gas cylinder plug. Repair or install gas piston properly. Repair or replace components. Install hammer properly. Replace firing pin. Replace. Repair or replace. Replace spring. See "Short recoil". Align and tighten. Replace defective components. Replace. Replace. Replace spring plunger. Repair or replace.

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Failure to hold bolt rearward Bipod fails to stay on rifle Legs fall to stay in up or down position Leg difficult to extend or retract

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Section III. PREEMBARKATION INSPECTION OF MATERIEL IN UNITS ALERTED FOR OVERSEAS MOVEMENT General a. Inspection Data. In addition to inspection data included under this section, refer to TB 9-1000-24735 for general inspection criteria for preembarkation inspection for overseas shipment. WARNING Clear weapon of ammunition before starting an inspection. Point weapon in a safe direction and examine for presence of live ammunition. Check barrel and chamber for obstruction, e.g., bullet or ruptured cartridge case. The equipment must be thoroughly cleaned of greasy foulings, dirt, and other foreign particles that might interfere with normal operation. b. Inspection of Parts. (1) Check screw heads and threads for visual damage. (2) Check to see that the materiel is free of burs. particularly on moving surfaces. (3) Check parts for bends, cracks, breaks, distortion and mutilation. Parts must not show visual indications of excessive wear. (4) Check springs for weakness, breaks, or deformity. (5) Check lock and safety devices for good operation. 6 2-4. (6) Check weapon for missing parts, proper assembly and operation. (7) Plungers, latches, swivels, catches and similar parts must be checked for operation. These components must be properly assembled to the major item and not be subjected to loss. (8) Check the bayonet and bipod for overall general appearance, fit and positive retention on rifle. Check also for missing parts and other visual dam age. (9) Check to see that the exterior of weapon is free of rust, dents, cracks, dryness and other objectionable defects. (10) Check sight mechanism for proper installation, functioning and visual damage. (11) Inspect firing pin tang and striker for good general appearance and condition. Check firing pin protrusion. It must not exceed 0.060 inch when firing pin is in the fired position. (12) Inspect barrel for pitting, scoring, ring wear and stripping of lands. (13) Check trigger pull with trigger pull measuring fixture. When using the 4-1/2 pound Height. the trigger pull should not release the hammer. When using the 7-1/2 pound weight, the trigger should release the hammer (fig 2-1). Repair any weapon that fails to pass the trigger pull test. (See chapter 4)

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(a) Trigger pull too light. This condition is caused by worn lugs on the trigger or worn hooks on the hammer spring. Examine components for wear or damage and, if necessary, replace with new parts. (b) Trigger pull excessive. This condition is caused by: 1. Burs or irregular machined grooves on lugs of trigger or sear. 2. Defective hammer spring. 3. Obstruction or foreign material in the hammer spring housing that prevents proper seating of the hammer spring. 4. A damaged hammer spring plunger restricting movement of the hammer spring. Examine parts for defects. Remove burs with fine stone. Replace defective parts. c. Creep in Trigger. This condition is caused by slightly rough contacting surfaces of the trigger lug or sear. Rough surfaces may be removed with a fine stone. Stone to a polish only. Make certain to maintain proper level and angularity.

Figure 2-1. Trigger pull testing

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TM 9-1005-223-34 Section IV. GENERAL MAINTENANCE 2-5. General (3) It will not be necessary to refinish parts that already have a good quality finish. (4) All parts will be free from rust, fungus, and corrosion. e. Repair of Damaged Machined and Polished Surfaces. (1) Smooth rough spots, scores, burs, galling, and gouges from damaged machined and polished surfaces so that each part will efficiently perform its normal function. (2) The finish of each repaired part is to approximate that of the original finish. In performing any of these operations, critical dimensions must not be altered. Removal of Rust or Corrosion. Remove f. oxidation with a cloth moistened with cleaning solvent (SD) or rifle bore cleaning compound (RBC). If this method fails, use crocus cloth or fine abrasive cloth. Vapor blast or sand blast equipment may also be used. In performing any of these operations, critical dimensions must not be altered. 2-7. Cleaning a. below. b. Storage.

a. Information and instructions/contained herein are provided for personnel Performing direct support and general support maintenance on the materiel. Refer to TM 9-1005-223-20 for data on maintenance supplies and materials. b. In subsequent chapters of this manual, the main assemblies(groups) of the rifle are disassembled, inspected, cleaned, replaced or repaired and assembled. Refer to pertinent chapters of this manual for removal/installation of components. The illustrations in this manual are numbered in the sequence of disassembly. When assembling, the reverse order of disassembly will be followed, unless otherwise instructed. Subsequent reference to components being worn and requiring replacement is intended to mean that only those items or mechanisms worn to a degree that normal functioning is affected will be replaced. 2-6. Repair Methods NOTE The words assemblies, subassemblies, and/or group are used interchangeably. a. Disassembly and Assembly Procedures. (1) In disassembling equipment, remove the major subassemblies and assemblies whenever possible. Subassemblies may then be disassembled, as necessary, into individual parts. (2) During assembly, subassemblies should be assembled first and then installed to form a complete unit. (3) Complete disassembly of a unit is not always necessary in order to make a required repair or replacement. Experience and good judgment should be used to minimize disassembly and assembly. b. Replacement of Parts. (1) When assembling a unit, replace all damaged pins, screws. bolts, washers, and nuts. (2) Springs should be replaced when damaged or fail to function properly. (3) If a required new part is not available, reconditioning of the repairable old part is required. However, after reconditioning a part it should be examined carefully to determine its serviceability. c. Use of Tools. Exercise care to use tools that are suitable for a repair job in order to prevent damage to parts and tools. d. Finish of Metals. (1) Painted surfaces of the rifle, if chipped or cracked, may be repainted. Refer to TM 9-213. (2) A class A or class B phosphate finish will be used on ferrous metal unless otherwise specified. 8

General. Refer to paragraphs b through d, Cleaning of Material Received from

(1) Material received in maintenance shops from storage will be cleaned by one of the methods described in (a) through (c) whichever is applicable or available. CAUTION Degreasing compound and degreasing temperatures can damage rubber and plastic parts. Do not attempt to degrease rubber or plastic parts which do not require degreasing. (a) Dip-tank method. Disassemble parts and place them in a perforated metal basket. Submerge and agitate parts in a tank containing dry cleaning solvent or mineral spirits paint thinner. Repeat, using a second tank with dry cleaning solvent or paint thinner. The extent of treatment in each tank will depend on ease with which the preservatives are dissolved. (b) Vapor-degreaser method. Tanks containing a heated solution of trichlorethylene or perchlorethylene (type II) are used mostly for degreasing items that are very greasy or oily and are not rapidly cleaned by the dip-tank method. Place parts in a perforated metal basket and submerge just below the vapor in the tank. Keep parts there until all greasy substance melts and runs off parts in the basket.

2. (d) Cleaning after repair. When used without protective gloves. b. remove shop dirt and other foreign matter from all metal surfaces. the vapor-degreaser method. Fire extinguishers should he readily available when these materials are used. when cleaning parts or components with dry cleaning solvents or mineral spirits paint thinner. During repair operations. Refer to pertinent chapters in this manual and TM 9-1005-223-20. 1.TM 9-1005-223-34 WARNING Personnel operating vapor degreaser are cautioned not to breathe the toxic fume. In the dip-tank method. If sometime is to elapse before the start of repair operations. Remove all rust spots from highly finished surfaces with a light application of crocus cloth. 2-8. 1. Then apply a light coat of general purpose lubricating oil (PL special). Use a lanolin base cream or liquid on exposed skin. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS AND AUXILIARIES 2-9. Remove parts and dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. apply a light grade of preservative oil to all polished metal surfaces to prevent the formation of rust. treatment for about two-to-three minutes is sufficient. 2. Removal Refer to pertinent chapters in this manual and TM 9-1005-223-20. Installation a. Therefore. observe the following safety precautions. This can be done by the dip-tank method. Place parts in a perforated metal basket and steam treat until clean. Do not clean parts near an open flame or in a smoking area. (c) Steam method. 9 WARNING Dry cleaning solvents and paint thinners evaporate quickly and have a drying effect on the skin. it may require additional cleaning of parts to remove all traces of greasy substance. After repair operations and prior to assembly. these chemicals may cause irritation or cracking of the skin. Use only in well-ventilated places. WARNING Dry cleaning solvents and paint thinners are flammable. or by cleaning with cloths soaked in dry-cleaning solvent or rifle bore cleaning compound. This method is less efficient than the vapor-degreaser method. Use grade 2/0 abrasive cloth on ordinary machined finished surfaces. agitation for approximately one minute in each tank is sufficient. CAUTION Do not permit rubber gaskets or other types of synthetically fabricated components to come in contact with solvents or paint thinners. Cleaning and Preservation Refer to TM 9-247. (e) Cleaning after shop inspection. Dip parts in a tank containing dry cleaning solvent. . Section V. 2-10. In the vapor-degreaser method. particularly from recesses.

assembly. General This chapter contains disassembly. rust. inspection and repair instructions for the magazine assembly. 3-3. INSPECTION AND REPAIR 3-5. 3-7. CLEANING. . Description The magazine assembly consists of a tube. base. bends.62-mm ammunition. Repair Repair consists of replacing damaged or missing parts. follower and stop assembly for burs. base. WE17110 Figure 3-1. spring. 3-2. Magazine exploded view. cleaning. The magazine holds 20 rounds of 7. 3-6.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 3 REPAIR OF MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY Section I. breaks and distortion. Section II. nicks and dents. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. 11 b. Disassembly and Assembly Refer to figure 3-1. Inspection a. General Repair Instructions Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 3-1. Inspect the spring for burs. 3-4. follower and stop assembly. Inspect tube.

4-2. Machine Latch. and distortion. g. d. Hammer. b. 4-7. hole wear. 13 . and for other visual damage. hole wear. Check safety for burs. b. Repair consists of replacing damaged. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 4-1. General This chapter contains disassembly. Trigger and Sear Assembly. the trigger should release the hammer. CLEANING. Check to make sure that the latch makes positive contact with locking plate. Latch. 4-6. spring and pin. Check hammer for sharp corners and smooth surfaces where contact is made with trigger lugs and sear. weakness or mutilation. Spring and Pin. safety. h. Check trigger pull with trigger pull measuring fixture fig 2-1). Repair a. chips. Hammer Spring. cleaning. and for other visual damage. Check for binding action and excess play. hammer spring. inspection and repair instructions for the firing mechanism. Check spring for breaks. The firing mechanism initiates firing or causes the weapon to cycle. Check spring for breaks. hammer spring housing. burs. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. Check pins for burs or mutilation. trigger and latch housing assembly. or the complete firing mechanism. Guard Assembly. e. General Repair Instructions Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8. cracks. guard assembly. cracks or mutilation. Safety. Description The firing mechanism consists primarily of a hammer. f. missing parts. assembly. magazine latch. cracks or mutilation. Safety Spring. corrosion. safety spring. Section II. bends. Check to make sure that it does not interfere with trigger movement and locking action. Check to make sure that latch exhibits acceptable locking action. Check trigger housing for rust. missing parts i. 4-4. Trigger Housing. When using the 7-1/2 lb weights. welded on top rear of magazine. INSPECTION AND REPAIR 4-5. Check trigger and sear assembly for wear and for other visual damage. 4-3. Inspect hammer for burs. burs. Check guard assembly for burs. c. Inspect latch for wear. trigger and sear assembly. or cracks. Check sear pin to make sure that it holds mating parts snugly. Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figure 3.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 4 REPAIR OF THE FIRING MECHANISM REPAIR OF STOCK AND HAND GUARD ASSEMBLIES Section I. When using the 4-1/2 lb weights (min) the trigger should not release the hammer. Inspection a.

deep scratches. inspection and repair instructions for the stock and hand guard assemblies. Cleaning Refer to TM 9-1005-223-20. Description The stock and hand guard assemblies serve as a housing for the barrel and receiver group. 5-6. Section II. 5-2. and for other visual damage. Repair Repairable stock and hand guard assemblies will be repaired in accordance with instructions contained in TM 9-1005-301-30. INSPECTION AND REPAIR 5-5. Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figures 4 and 5. Check fit of action in stock. Check the cushioned butt plate (M14A1 Rifle) for mutilation. General Repair Instructions Refer to TM 9-1005-301-30. cleaning. burs. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5-1. wear. assembly. . Check butt plate 1M14 Rifle) for rust. 15 decomposition. 5-3. General This chapter contains disassembly. 5-4. Check to make sure that screws are in place and firmly holding components together.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 5 REPAIR OF STOCK AND HAND GUARD ASSEMBLIES Section I. and for other visual damage. and for other visual damage. 5-7. CLEANING. Inspection Inspect stock and hand guard assemblies for cracks.

compression and operating rod springs. Check apertures in connector and guide for wear. and for other visual damage. b. cleaning. The rapid rear-to-front movement of the group causes ejection of spent cartridge cases and chambering of a serviceable round of ammunition. guide and pins. rod. the group moves to the rear and returns to the forward position. Check operating rod guide for burs. Section II. assembly. Description The operating rod and connector group work in conjunction with the firing mechanism and bolt assembly. such as plunger. plunger. The group consists primarily of a connector assembly. tension. causing bolt activity to chamber ammunition for firing. CLEANING INSPECTION AND REPAIR 6-5. Inspect front portion of body for engagement with connector lock. 6-3. inspection and repair instructions for the operating rod and connector group. worn or missing parts. Repair Repair consists of replacing damaged.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 6 REPAIR OF THE OPERATING ROD AND CONNECTOR GROUP Section I. remove burs from metal parts with a fine grain stone. breaks. d. 6-2. One end of the rod acts as a front latch for the magazine. spring and pin. and missing parts. General This chapter contains disassembly. Inspect connector assembly for cracks. Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figure 6. and protective coating. During a firing cycle. Inspect operating rod spring for breaks. 6-6. 17 c. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. cracks. bends. If necessary. Check hold on rear of connector body to make certain it fits lug or sear release. 6-7. Check operating rod and connector group for missing parts. General Repair Instruction Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8. and for other visual damage. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 6-1. . 6-4. cracks. Inspection a. body.

Figure 7-2. cleaning. Inspect firing pin protrusion with gage (fig 7-1) to determine the serviceability of the firing pin. firing pin spring and roller assembly. General This chapter contains disassembly. Check the firing pin hole diameter for wear. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 7-1. Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figure 7 and TM 9-1005-223-20. Inspection a. b. Gaging firing pin protrusion. consists primarily of an extractor. inspection and repair instructions for the bolt assembly.TM 9-100-223-34 CHAPTER 7 REPAIR OF BOLT ASSEMBLY Section I. Refer to chapter 11 for serviceability standards. Checking diameter of firing pin hole. 7-4. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. ejector. Section II. Figure 7-1. c. Refer to table 11-1 for maximum wear limits for serviceability. Description The bolt assembly. using firing pin gage (fig 7-2). 7-6. INSPECTION AND REPAIR 7-5. plunger. 19 . 7-2. CLEANING. The bolt assembly serves to seal gas chamber pressure. to feed ammunition into the chamber of weapon. to detonate the primer to fire the propellant in the body of the cartridge and to extract spent cartridges. Inspect bolt assembly for proper operation and assembly. 7-3. assembly. General Repair Instructions Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8.

Gaging headspace. h. the bolt should never be forced It should be felt. (2) Insert field test gage bolt (fig 7-3) into receiver. the rifle is unserviceable. Position it so cartridge ejector enters the clearance cut on base of gage. e. feeding. If the field test gage bolt does not close. test rifle with field test bolt. as follows: If the bolt closes. 7-7. NOTE In making headspace test. pits. Move bolt forward. (4) Move the bolt forward. Check bolt in receiver in conjunction with headspace gage (fig 7-3). broken and distorted springs. Repair a. The bolt should not Figure 7-3. f. Replace a rifle determined to be unserviceable. j. b. the bolt is unserviceable. using only a minimum finger tip pressure. cracks and mutilation. 20 . Repair consists of replacing missing and defective parts. (1) Remove the bolt assembly. and ejection action. Insert gage into chamber. i. Inspect the bolt assembly while installed in the rifle for movement. If the field test gage bolt does close on the headspace gage. Inspect all parts for burs. Inspect for weak. close. extraction. (3) Insert headspace gage into face of field test bolt. Check bolt roller for retention and movement.TM 9-1005-223-34 d. g.

only a squeeze of the trigger is necessary to initiate the firing cycle. When the firing mechanism. Description The barrel -and receiver group consists primarily of a barrel.310 inch for serviceability. Use breech bore gage (fig 8-1) to check wear. 21 . inspection and repair instructions for the barrel and receiver group. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7 8-6. Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figures 8 and 9. Figure 8-1. 8-3. It is housed in the removable stock and hand grard assemblies. Gaging of breechbore. receiver. General This chapter contains disassembly.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 8 REPAIR OF BARREL AND RECEIVER GROUP Section I. Barrel and Receiver. 8-2. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 8-1. General Repair Instructions Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8. Inspection a. 8-4. flash suppressor and stabilizer assembly. cleaning. automaticsemiautomatic firing selector. With a magazine containing serviceable ammunition installed in the weapon. Wear must not exceed 0. the operating rod. and connector group and bolt assembly are assembled to the barrel and receiver group. front and rear sights. CLEANING. gas cylinder. assembly. Section II. INSPECTION AND REPAIR 8-5. a cycle of operation is possible.

5009 inch for serviceability. Figure 8-2. Use Not-Go Plug Gage (fig 8-2) to check piston hole in gas cylinder. Hole must not exceed 0.TM 9-1005-223-34 b. Gas Cylinder. Checking diameter piston bole with Not-Go plug gage. 22 .

Alignment tool must enter into flash suppresser and barrel of bore for serviceability.4968 inch. NOTE Use NOT-GO piston snap gage (fig. 8-41 to measure the diameter of 23 the gas piston for wear. .TM 9-1005-223-34 c. Use alignment tool (fig 8-3) to check alignment of flash suppresser with barrel bore. Diameter of gas piston must be not less than 0. Checking alignment of flash suppresser with alignment tool. Flash Suppresser. Figure 8-3.

test rifle with field text bolt as below: (a) Remove bolt assembly. bolt and receiver. If the bolt does close. (4) Move bolt forward. worn.d. Maximum headspace shall not exceed 1. (b) Insert field test gage bolt into the receiver. missing parts. Declare rifle unserviceable if the field test gage bolt closes on the headspace gage in the receiver. or the entire barrel and receiver group. (3) Insert headspace gage (fig 7-3) into chamber. (e) Replace the bolt if the field test gage bolt does not close. TM 9-1005-223-34 Headspace Gage. (2) Clean barrel chamber. Figure 8-4. 8-7. Checking diameter of gas piston. Position it so cartridge ejector enters the clearance cut on the base of the headspace gage. Repair Repair consists of replacing damaged. (d) Move the bolt forward. 24 . (c) Insert headspace gage into face of field test bolt.6455 inches. (1) Remove operating rod assembly.

Inspect spring for breaks. b. portable mount for the rifle. When utilized. General Repair Instructions Refer to paragraph 2-5. and a self-locking bolt. 9-6. Release plungers and check each leg for positive locking action. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. a gun sling swivel. Disassembly and Assembly Refer to figure 10. left-and-right hand jaw assemblies. M2. The female section of each leg may be moved up or down on the shaft assembly. 9-7. d. cracks. A plunger on each leg extension assembly rests in a slot when release to retain legs of bipod at the desired height setting. 9-3. f. Pull out plunger on leg extensions and move legs up and down shafts. g. Inspect pivot plunger buttons and plungers for burs. . 9-2. c. Bipod. weakness and kinks. CLEANING.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 9 REPAIR OF RIFLE BIPOD Section I. M2 Section II. yoke assemblies. It consists primarily of adjustable leg assemblies. assembly. Figure 9-1. 9-4. Inspection a. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 9-1. Check for missing. it is assembled to the gas cylinder of the rifle by yoke assemblies and selflocking bolt. buttons. 25 e Inspect recesses in jaws and yoke assembly for burs and cracks. INSPECTION AND REPAIR 9-5. Repair Repair consists of replacing missing or damaged parts. inspection and repair instructions for the Rifle Bipod. Inspect self-locking bolt for head and thread damage. plungers. Inspect pins for wear. and holding stability. torn and defective parts. Description This bipod (fig 9-1) is a folding type. General This chapter contains disassembly. cleaning.

10-4. missing parts and spring damage. 27 10-6. 10-7. (fig 10-1) is used to launch grenades. M76. GRENADE LAUNCHER. Replace unserviceable grenade launcher. M76. . INTRODUCTION 10-1.TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 10 MAINTENANCE OF MATERIEL USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH MAJOR ITEM Section I. General Repair Instructions Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8. Repair None. M76 10-2. 10-5. Grenade Sight. Inspection Inspect for broken. Figure 10-1. Grenade Launcher. M15. Disassembly/Assembly None. Section II. General This chapter contains repair and maintenance instructions for the Grenade Launcher. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. chipped latch. 10-3. M6 for direct support and general support maintenance as allocated in the MAC. Description The grenade launcher. M76. and Bayonet Knife.

Drill the holes with drill No.TM 9-1005-223-34 Section III. M76 as an aiming device. 3. b. M15 10-8. 2. Use improvised template (fig 10-4) for marking the exactness of holes. Grenade launcher sight-exploded view. Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8. GRENADE LAUNCHER SIGHT. 10-9. M15 (fig 20-2) is used in connection with the Grenade Launcher. Tapping screw Plate Screw Bracket and spring assembly 28 5. 29 (0. Screw 6. General Repair Instructions a. 10-11. It is assembled to the stock of the weapon. drill two holes (fig 10-3) on the left side of the stock. Level assembly 7. Description The Grenade Launcher Sight. 1. Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figure 10-2. Body .1360) inch. General Refer to paragraph 10-1. To prepare a stock for installation of the grenade sight mounting plate (fig 10-2). Figure 10-2. 4. 10-10.

Figure 10-4. 29 . Using template to drill holes in stock assembly.TM 9-1005-223-34 Figure 10-3. Showing location of hole drilled in stock assembly.

b. b. Inspect marking on mounting plate for legibility. Replace worn pin and screws showing thread damage. 10-17. M6 10-15.TM 9-1005-223-34 10-12. missing. 10-13. Inspect for foreign matter. Tighten or replace loose or missing rivets. c. Inspection a. Description The bayonet-knife is installed to the front end of the rifle barrel. General Refer to paragraph 10-1. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. Repair Repair consists of replacing damaged mounting plate. and attaching hardware. General Repair Instructions a. It is used offensively against an enemy at close range. BAYONET KNIFE. worn. Refer to paragraphs 2-5 through 2-8 and b through d. 30 . 10-16. d. the lever. (See TM 91005-234-14P. 10-14. below.) Section IV. and damaged parts. Remove nicks or burs from blade with a fine grain stone.

Disassembly/Assembly Refer to figure 10-5. (See TM 9-1005-237-15P. Lever 6. Blade assembly Figure 10-5 Bayonet-Knife. or damaged parts. or damaged parts. Cleaning Refer to paragraph 2-7. sharpness. 10-21. ) . nicks. missing. missing. Inspect screws for head and thread 31 damage. Inspection Inspect bayonet-knife for loose. Spring 7. 2. and for straightness. Screw Grip Grip Pin 5. 3.TM 9-1005-223-34 10-18. 10-20. scratches. M6-exploded view 10-19. Repair Repair consists of replacing worn. 4. 1. Check blade for burs.

All modifications must be applied. Function fire rifle after repair. it shall be certified that the weapon is acceptable for "return to user" or "return to stock". 20 rounds of serviceable ammunition will be fired (five rounds are to be fired semi-automatically. max 0.4968 in. Fine pitting is permissible. Make certain that the equipment meets the limits as indicated in table 11-1 below for serviceability. powder fouling.max Under no circumstances should a blank cartridge be modified by adding explosives in an attempt to obtain automatic action without the blank firing attachment.max 1. Repair Standards for M4 and M1A1 Rifles Item inspection point and point of measurement Barrel and Receiver Firing mechanism Trigger pull Firing pin protusion Firing pin hole in face of bolt Breech bore Diameter of piston hole in gas cylinder piston Diameter of gas piston (around orifice Gaging headspace with field test gage bolt Wear limit 0. The resulting abnormal chamber pressure may cause equipment damage and/or injury to the operator.044 in. min 7. Visually check all assemblies after firing weapon for normal operation. Rifle must be complete with no missing parts. free of rust. damage and for missing or loose components. 11-3. (1) On rifle not equipped with selector. in bursts of approximately five rounds).TM 9-1005-223-34 CHAPTER 11 FINAL INSPECTION 11-1. The barrel must be straight. max 0.5 lb. b.060 in. and 15 rounds are to be fired automatically. After firing. (2) On rifle equipped with a SELECTOR. max 4. It will be free of burs and deep scratches. inspect all assemblies of the weapon with emphasis on the bore of the flash suppresser for evidence of gilding metal from ammunition. b.084 in.5009 in. Table 11-1. clean.310 in.310 in. e. 11-2. c. The loading of any cartridge with excess explosives is most likely to cause abnormal chamber pressure. max 0. when possible. General a. d. ten rounds of serviceable ammunition will be fired. min 0. Clean and lubricate rifle after each firing.max 0.6455 in. a. bulges and rings. rust-resistant finish. max 0. Completion of Inspection Upon completion of inspection and the rifle has been restored to a serviceable condition. to be sure that it operates properly.5 lb. Exposed metal surfaces will be free of rust and possess a dull. Visual The overall physical appearance of a reconditioned weapon will approximate that of a new one. WARNING 33 .

Mortars. Rifle. and Lubrication Orders DA Pam 310-4 US Army Equipment Index of Modification Work Orders DA Pam 310-7 A-2. Rocket Launchers. M2 TM 9-1005-223-20 Organizational. and Issue System AR 725-50 Standards for Overseas Shipment or Domestic Issue of Small Arms.62-MM. Aircraft Armament. General Accident Reporting and Records AR 385-40 The Army Maintenance Management Systems (TAMMS} TM 38-750 c.62-MM. Maintenance and Repair Cleaning of Ordnance Materiel TM 9-208-1 Direct Support Maintenance Manual: Repair of Wooden.62-MM. Receipt. Supply Manual (Types 7. Rifle. M14. M2 TM 9-1005-223-10 Operator. M14. 7. 8. M6 and M7 with Bayonet-Knife Scabbard M8A1 TM 9-1005-237-15P Painting Instructions For Field Use TM 9-213 d. G5 and Depot Maintenance Repair Parts and Special Tools List: Bayonet-Knife. Preserving. 7. M14A1 and Rifle Bipod. Organizational. and 9) DA Pam 310-6 Index of Technical Manuals. DS. Abrading and Cementing Ordnance Materials. M14A1 and Rifle Bipod. DA Form 2028 A-3. Technical Bulletins. M5A1. Fiber Glass/Plastic or Plastic Components of Small Arms Weapons TM 9-1005-301-30 Inspection and Certification of Gages-Small Arms TB 750-242-2 Materials Used for Cleaning. Shipment and Storage Arms Adopted/other Selected Items and List of Reportable Items SB 700-20 Preservation-Packaging. Other Publications The following publications contain information pertinent to this materiel and associated equipment. Supply Bulletins. Grenade.62-MM. M4. and Special Tools List.TM 9-1005-223-34 APPENDIX A REFERENCES A-1. Ammunition Ammunition: Federal Stock Numbers and Department of Defense Codes TB 9-AMM 5 Small Arms Ammunition TM 9-1305-200 b. a. 8. M-7A3 and M76 TM 9-1005-234-14P Organizational Maintenance Manual. Towed Howitzers. Forms Recommended. Including Repair Parts. M5. Changes to Publications. Publication Indexes The following indexes will be consulted frequently for latest changes or revisions of reference given in this appendix and for new publications relating to material covered in this technical manual. 7. Recoilless Rifles. and Related Materials Including Chemicals TM 9-247 Operator’s Manual. Index of Administrative Publication DA Pam 310-1 Index of Blank Forms DA Pam 310-2 Index of Supply Catalogs and Supply Manuals (Excluding Types 7. DS and GS Maintenance Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists for Launchers. Packing and Marking of Items of Supply AR 700-15 Requisitioning. Rifle. and 9). and Associated Fire Control Equipment TB 9-1000-247-35 Storage of Army Supplies and Equipment Covered and Open Storage SB 38-8-1 35 . Rifle -7.

Assigned to items which are NSA design controlled: special tools. Indicates the lowest category of maintenance authorized to install the repair part and/or use the special tool or test equipment for each application. b. Source. and equipment required for the performance of direct support. test. and support equipment authorized for the performance of maintenance at the direct support. and can be assembled to form the required assembly at indicated maintenance categories. Indicates the source for the listed items. general support. With exception data from the end item manager for immediate use Major assemblies that are procured with PEMA funds for initial issue only as exchange assemblies at DS and GS level. (1) Source Code. Repair parts. A list in ascending numerical sequence. Source codes are: Code 1 Explanation Repair parts. B-3. General This Repair Parts and Special Tools List is divided into the following sections: a. followed by a list.Section II. Repair parts. special tools. A list of special tools. measuring and diagnostic equipment for COMSEC support which are accountable under the provisions of AR 380-41. a. Federal stock number and reference numbers are crossreferenced to each illustration figure and item number appearance. special tools and test equipment which are not stocked and have no foreseen mortality. Special Tools List Section III. special tools. and depot levels. Repair parts. Assigned to items which are NSA design controlled: unique repair parts. and Recoverability Codes (SMR). Capabilities of higher maintenance 37 . c. and depot levels for the performance of maintenance. and depot maintenance of die M14 and M14A1 Rifles. P2 P9 NOTE Cannibalization or salvage may be used as a source of supply for any items source coded above. Federal Stock Number and Reference Number Index -Section IV. measuring and diagnostic equipment. and authorized for use at indicated maintenance categories. These assemblies will not be stocked above DS and GS level or returned to depot supply level. or Army supply system. special tools. Such component units carry individual stock numbers and descriptions are procured and stocked separately. test. which are stocked and supplied by the Army COMSEC Logistic System and which are not subject to the provisions of AR 380-41. Explanation of Columns The following provides an explanation of columns in the tabular listings. The indicated maintenance category requiring such repair parts will attempt to obtain the parts through cannibalization or salvage The item may be requisitioned. Code P10 M A X X1 X2 G Explanation test. Repair parts which are not procured or stocked. Parts lists are composed of functional groups in ascending numerical sequence. Maintenance. The list also includes parts which must be removed for the replacement of the authorized parts. B-1. Parts and assemblies that are not procured or stocked because the failure rate is normally below that of the applicable end item or component. general support. of all Federal stock numbers appearing in the listings. and test equipment which are procured and stocked for insurance purposes because the combat or military essentially of the end item dictates that a minimum quantity be available in the supply system. Repair Parts List .TM 9-1005-223-34 APPENDIX B DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST (INCLUDING DEPOT MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS) Section I. in alphameric sequence. general support. of all reference numbers appearing in the listings. and test equipment supplied from the GSA/DSA. special tools. The requirement for such items will be filled by the next higher assembly or component. and which are stocked and supplied by the Army COMSEC Logistic System. except those coded X1 and aircraft support items as restricted by A-R 700-42. INTRODUCTION Scope This manual lists repair parts. B-2. (2) Maintenance Code. special tools and test equipment which are not procured or stocked as such in the supply system but are to be manufactured at indicated maintenance levels Assemblies which are not procured or stocked as such but are made up of two or more units. The failure of such part or assembly should result in retirement of the end item from the supply system. A list of repair parts authorized at the direct support. with parts in each group listed in figure and item number sequence.

Indicates the d.TM 9-1005-223-34 categories are considered equal or better. The range of items indicates the authorization of all items required to provide for adequate support of 100 equipments for one year. Items not coded are non-recoverable. special tools and test equipment which are considered economically reparable at direct and general support maintenance levels. Items authorized for use are identified with an asterisk in the allowance column opposite the first appearance of each item. the lowest unit of issue that will satisfy the required units of measure will be requisitioned. in. Repair parts. or assembly. This measure is expressed by a two character alphabetical abbreviation. high dollar value. b. etc. B-4. g.g. some of these repair parts may be listed for automatic return to supply for depot level repair as set forth in AR 71 01. special tools and test equipment. Items authorized for use are identified with an asterisk. When the item is no longer economically reparable. Indicates the callout number used to reference the item on the illustration. Subsequent appearances of the same item will have the letters "REF" in the applicable allowance columns. pr. e.. When supply considerations dictate. A "V" appearing in this column in lieu of a quantity indicates that no specific quantity is applicable. critical materials. Items that are included in kits and sets are listed below the name of the kit or set with quantity of each item in the kit or set indicated in front of the item name. Repair parts. which is prepared for a functional group. Recoverability codes are: Code R S T U Explanation Repair parts (assembled and components). 30-Day DS/GS Maintenance Allowances. Illustration. Depot Maintenance Allowance Per 100 Equipments. When so listed. Indicates whether unserviceable items should be returned for recovery or salvage. special tools and test equipment specifically selected for salvage by reclamation units because of precious metal content. h. (2) Item Number.. it is normally disposed of at the GS level. Unit of Measure(U/M). Quantity Incorporated in Unit. Indicates the Federal item name and a minimum description required to identify the item. and is identified in SB 708-42. The last line indicates the reference number followed by the applicable Federal Supply code for manufacturer (FSCM) in parentheses. Maintenance codes are: Code C O F H D Explanation Crew/operator Organizational maintenance Direct support maintenance General support maintenance Depot maintenance (3) Recoverability Code. Federal Stock Number. Indicates the Federal stock number assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes. Identifications of the usable on codes used in this publication are: Code Used On A B C b. This column indicates opposite the first appearance of each item the authorization for distribution and contingency planning purposes. or reusable casings or castings. etc. spacers. When items are determined by a GSU to be uneconomically reparable. they will be replaced by supply on an exchange basis. High dollar value recoverable repair parts. Such items will be repaired or overhauled at depot maintenance activities only. c. No repair may be accomplished at lower levels. When the unit of measure differs from the unit of issue. and is the basis used to indicate quantities and allowances in subsequent columns. they will be evacuated to a depot for evaluation and analysis before final disposition. The FSCM is used as an element in item identification to designate manufacturer or distributor or Government agency. e. 1-Year Allowances Per 100 Equipments /Contingency Planning Purposes.. ea. Indicates the quantity of the item used in the breakout shown on the illustration figure. Subsequent appearances of the same item will have the letters "REF" in this column. Uncoded items are applicable to all models. This column is divided as i. Description. follows: Indicates the figure (1) Figure Number. The allowance columns are divided into three subcolumns. standard or basic quantity by which the listed item is 38 used in performing the actual maintenance function. Special Information a. NOTE Allowances in GS column are for GS Maintenance only. etc. f. and assemblies which are economically reparable at DS and GS activities and which normally are furnished by supply on an exchange basis. Usable on codes are included in Column 3.g.. Subsequent appearances of the same item will have the letters "REF" in this column. shims. number of the illustration in which the item is shown. subfunctional group. e. special tools and test equipment which are subject to special handling and are issued on an exchange basis. M14 M14A1 M14A1 and M2 Bipod Detailed assembly instructions for items .

.. determine the functional group within which the repair part belongs................. b............................ R Indicates a change in FSN only B-5............. Action change codes indicated in the lefthand margin of the listing page denote the following: N Indicates an added item. Abbreviations Abbreviations Explanation ck-hd ...............heavy duty NC .. Using the index of Federal Stock Numbers and Reference Numbers find the pertinent Federal stock number or reference number.... Using the Repair Parts Listing... When Federal stock number or reference number is known: (1) First....flat hv-duty...Countersunk head cres.............. (4) Fourth............. (3) Third..... This index is in ascending FSN sequence followed by a list of reference numbers in ascending alphameric sequence........ Identify the repair part on the illustration and note the illustration figure and item number of the repair part.........American National fine thread phos-ctd...........corrosion resistant steel fil-hd..thread UNF ........... Using the table of contents.......TM 9-1005-223-34 source coded "A" are found in this manual.Unified fine thread VCI .. find the functional group to which the repair part belongs and locate the illustration figure and item number noted on the illustration.. (2) Second.....................National coarse thread NF............... find the functional group of the repair part and the illustration figure number and item number referenced in the Index of Federal Stock Numbers and Reference Numbers....... cross-referenced to the illustration figure number and item number....... and listings are divided into the same groups..............fillister head fi. Assembly components are listed immediately following the item to be assembled....... This is necessary since illustrations are prepared for functional groups.....phosphate coated S ...................................................... c..... How to Locate Repair Parts a.... C Indicates a change in data................volatile corrosion inhibitor w/.... Using the Repair Parts Listing...............Steel thd ... B-6.with 39 ...... (2) Second. Find the illustration covering the functional group to which the repair part belongs............. When Federal stock number or reference number is unknown: (1) First...

....... ....... ..... * .. * ... .... REF ...... 1005-856-2108 . REF ........... REF * . ..... .. ..... .. ... NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT P C 1005-628-9048 A F ...... REPAIR PARTS LIST (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR........ ..... ... REF .... 1005-930-0806 ........ REF * .. REF ....... CARTRIDGE: 20 CARTRIDGE CAPACITY 7790183 (19204) FIRING MECHANISM: 7790195 (19204) STOCK ASSEMBLY..... ... SMALL ARMS: 11010038 (19204) BIPOD.. * ... .. .. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XI F P A A P A O F F F F RP O 5315-819-4501 EA 1 * * * * * * * * 3 1 40 ........ HAND. CODE USABLE ON CODE (4) (5) (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO.... REF * .... . . 1005-856-2108 .... HAND. CARTRIDGE 20 CARTRIDGE CAPACITY 7790183 (19204) FIRING MECHANISM: 7790195 (19204) STOCK ASSEMBLY: W/BUTT PLATE 11686428 (19204) GUARD ASSEMBLY.. .......... . .. . REF ... .... . GUN..... * .. * ..... REF .. SHOULDER: 11686528 (19204) GUARD ASSEMBLY....... ......... ........ * ..... RIFLE: M2 7790688 (19204) MAGAZINE....... ... 7791286 (19204) OPERATING ROD AND CONNECTOR GROUP BOLT ASSEMBLY 7790187 (19204) STABILIZER ASSEMBLY: MUZZLE......... .. .. ........ REF * ... REF * . .... * . ..... .. ... * .... . .. * .. .... REF 2 2 2 1 2 3 A F ....... .. .......... ............ * .... ..... FIBER GLASS........ .............. ...... FIBER GLASS: 7791286 (19207) OPERATING ROD AND CONNECTOR GROUP BOLT ASSEMBLY: 7790187 (19204) BARREL AND RECEIVER GROUP MAJOR GROUPS AND ASSEMBLIES-RIFLE M14A1 SLING.TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II.. * . REF ...... ......... 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 P A ...... ...... .. .. * ......... .... * .......... . REF * ....... . ...... .. ... .. TRIGGER: 7791367 (19204) EA 1 * * * * * * * * 1 1 EA EA A EA EA EA EA 1 1 1 1 1 1 ................... X1 F P A A A O F F F MAJOR GROUPS AND ASSEMBLIES  RIFLE M14 MAGAZINE........... ...... * .. ........ ........... P O F C 1005-072-5376 .... REF ............. * ............ REF * . * .... 1005-628-9048 EA B EA B EA 1 1 1 * . EA EA B EA EA EA EA B EA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..... ... .. RIFLE 11686521 (19204) BARREL AND RECEIVER GROUP FIRING MECHANISM PIN....... ... .... .

TRIGGER: 7267030 (19204) STOCK ASSEMBLY WITH BUTT PLATE-RIFLE M14 STOCK SUBASSEMBLY. SAFETY: 7267080 (19204) GUARD. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP P O P F P O 1005-600-8880 5315-501-3668 P F P O 1005-554-6008 1005-554-6015 P O P F P F R P F 1005-587-8414 1005-587-6988 1005-628-9055 5315-994-4242 P F R P F X1 F 1005-587-8389 5360-587-8395 TRIGGER AND SEAR ASSEMBLY: 7267090 (19204) HOUSING.. CODE P O P F 1005-587-8419 1005-600-8883 1005-600-8887 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. SMALL ARMS: CATCH TYPE HOLDING DEVICE. TUBULAR COILED: S. 20 COILS HAMMER 6008887 119204) PLUNGER. HAMMER SPRING: 6008880 (19204) PIN. SPRING.. HEADED: FL-FIL-HD. TRIGGER 7267032 (19204) SPRING. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR.640 LG 7791418 (19204) LATCH. 0.010 STK SIZE... * * . GUN. 0.. STRAIGHT. S.187 MAX DIA. 0. * * . MAGAZINE LATCH: 7267041 (19204) HOUSING.TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II. 0.121 OD.361 FREE OD. 3 3 3 13 14 15 P F R 1005-999-1871 EA A 1 * * * * * * * * 4 1 41 .. 0. 0. TRIGGER: 7790196 (19204) PIN. HAMMER 5013668 (19204) HAMMER: FIRING 5546008 (19204) SAFETY. * * . TRIGGER: FIRING MECHANISM 7790990 (19204) HOUSING. 2. HAMMER SPRING: FIRING MECHANISM 6008883 (19204) SPRING. SHOULDER: 5010348 (19204) EA EA EA 1 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 3 3 3 2 3 4 EA EA 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 3 3 5 6 EA EA 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 3 3 7 8 EA EA EA EA 1 1 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 3 3 3 3 9 10 11 12 EA EA EA 1 1 1 * * .063 STK DIA. 3/4 UNDER HD.150 FREE O/A LG. 0. * * .197 DIA 5546015 (19204) SPRING. PHOSCTD. * * . * * . COMPRESSION: S. MAGAZINE: HOUSING ASSY.. * * . HELICAL..

... . . GUN. ...TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II... . ............. .... ....... .. .. * * . GUN..... BUTT... .140 MAX LG: 6008881 (19204) SWIVEL-BUTT STOCK 6008889 (19204) PLATE ASSEMBLY. . 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 42 .. SHOULDER 11010414 (19204) NUT.. .... .. . * * . SQUARE STOCK ASSY. BUTT. ... .... COMPRESSION: 7790699 (19204) PIN. SHOULDER 7791267 (19204) RETAINER....... . ... NO........ * * .. PHOS-CTD.. 3/8 LG MS 16562-98 (96906) CATCH..00 LG. * * . . ....... SHOULDER 7791339 (19204) SCREW. . 12 (0..... . ... GUN. CODE P F P F P F 5305-999-1875 5340-999-1864 5310-999-1891 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA A EA A EA A EA A EA A EA A EA A EA A HD A EA A HD A EA A EA A EA A EA A EA A EA A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. .. ..216)-28NF-2A. .. . * * * * * * * * * . .. BUTT PLATE. .. SCREW.. ........ . . SPRING: S... * * . NUT AND BOLT STOCK ASSY. SPRING: 7790695 (19204) PLATE. ..... .. .. .. .. BEARING: MS 19059-88 (96906) SPRING. 3...... HINGED: W/SHOULDER REST 7790686 (19204) PIN. HELICAL...... . SLOT DRIVE... .. .. . ........ ... .. .. ....... .. .. . BUTT PLATE: 7790698 (19204) CAP: BUTT PLATE 7790692 (19204) PLATE ASSEMBLY: (WELDMENT) 7790700 (19204) * * * * * * * * * * * 4 5 * * ...126 DIA X 1.. SHOULDER STOCK SSY.. .... NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 4 4 2 3 4 P F 5305-600-8881 P F P F C P D P D C P D P D P D P D P D X1 F X1 F X1 F X1 F 1005-600-8889 1005-690-4067 5315-981-1254 1005-981-1255 3110-100-6151 1005-501-3747 5315-597-5086 1005-981-1252 1005-981-1256 . ....... ... ... .... ...... .... ... 1/16 DIA. . HEADLESS: S. PLAIN. . SHOULDER REST: 7790697 (19204) BALL. 7790693 (19204) SPRING. . . STRAIGHT.. 0.. HELICAL....... ... MACHINE: FIL-CK-HD.. ... . . S... ... . . COMPRESSION: PLATE ASSY: 5013747 (19204) PIN......... PLATE CAP 5152865 (19204) PLUNGER..... PHOS-CTD... ........ * * . .. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. . . ... . .. .

R 1005-999-4200 5340-904-9303 5305-956-3401 EA B EA B EA B EA C EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 * * * * * * * * . MACHINE: FL-CK-HD.. RECOIL PAD: STOCK ASSY... * * * * * * * * * * * ... .... RECOIL: STOCK ASSY. S. ..025 THK... 0..TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II.... RIFLE 7791673 (19204) SCREW...... REST ASSEMBLY.. SWIVEL: STOCK ASSY............. .. * * * 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 B HD 2 * * * * * * * * 5 15 P F 5310-194-9209 B 43 ... ...... P O R P F R P F P F R P F P F P F P F R P D X1 F X1 F P F R P F P F 1005-072-5386 5305-072-5388 5340-072-5379 1005-072-5378 5305-072-5389 1005-072-5385 1005-614-6873 1005-072-5390 5315-016-2624 ... RIFLE (WOOD SCREW) 7791677 (19204) PAD.... .. .. RIFLE 11010047 (19204) SWIVEL.. * * * * * * * * * * * .354 OD MS 35336-21 (96906) (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA A 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP . CODE X1 F ... BUTT PLATE. . RECOIL PAD: STOCK ASSY...... RIFLE 7791678 (192041) PIN.. 10. RIFLE 7791676 (19204) BUSHING.625 MAX LG 11686523 (19204) WASHER. SHOULDER: 59104381 (19204) GROMMET. . 0.. ... * * * * * * * * * * * . * * * * * * * * * * * * . SMALL: 6146873 (19204) REST ASSEMBLY.. 10-32UNF-2A. ... ...... 4 19 ........ STOCK ASSY..... 0. . ...... .. SLOT DRIVE....... . CD-PLTD... NO. 2... * * * * * * * * * * * . STOCK ASSEMBLY: W/O BUTT PLATE 11686427 (19204) SHOULDER GUN STOCK ASSEMBLY-RIFLE. SHOULDER: STOCK ASSY. .... * * * * * * * * * * * ....... SHOULDER REST: 7791683 (19204) BRACKET ASSEMBLY: SHOULDER REST 7792062 (19204) STOCK.. . GUN SLING: 11010046 (19204) SCREW. MACHINE: RECOIL PAD.. . REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR.. .400 MIN LG OF THD. GUN.. RIFLE 77916741 (19204) SCREW.. SHOULDER: 7791682 (19204) PLATE. .. RUBBER: 11686524 (19204) SCREW. NOM-SIZE NO... . EXT-TEETH....... * * * * * * * * * * * . COUNTERSUNK.. ... M14A1 PLUG.. LOCK: S...

. HELICAL.750 LG MS 39086-211 (96906) HAND GRIP 11010001 (19204) PIN.. SPRING: S. .. CONNECTOR ASSY 7790427 (19204) BODY CONNECTOR 7790425 (19204) GUIDE.... * * .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II.. ... . * * . 0 230 OD.. 1.. RIFLE 7791672 (19204) PIN. 1005-587-8386 1005-587-8413 EA EA EA 1 1 1 .... ....... * .. * * . * ..... ...... * * 6 6 3 4 X1 F P F P O .. 0. GUN. SPRINGS. * ... PLATE. . . * . ... 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 P F P O 1005-678-9824 5315-051-6891 EA HD 1 3 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 6 6 1 2 P D P D 1005-678-9826 1005-678-9827 EA EA 1 1 .. . HANDGRIP: STOCK ASSY. SPRING 7267027 (19204) SPRING... OPERATING ROD.. 3/16 NOM DIA. . . 3/8 LG MS 16562-107 (96906) PLUNGER. 7/8 LG MS 39086-205 (96906) GRIP. PHOS-CTD.. 0. ..... * * . BACKING... ... . * * .. ... .. * * . ........ ..... ..187 NOM DIA. .. * * .. .. * ... . * * .. * * .. 5315-050-1233 1005-600-8890 1005-016-2621 .... ... COILED........ COMPRESSION: S..... * * .. * .....HANDGRIP ASSY 110100041 (9204) STOCK.. SUBASSEMBLY.. SHOULDER 11686522 (19204) HANDGRIP ASSEMBLY11010044 (19204) PIN... * * .. . . OPERATING ROD 7267107 (19204) * * .. STOCK: FERRULE 6008890 (19204) BLOCK HANDGRIP. * * ... ... . HV-Duty. ........ PHOS-CTD... NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * . . SPRING: S...202 EXPANDED DIA MS 39086-202 (96906) SWIVEL....... CODE P F P F P D 1005-951-3254 1005-072-5377 5315-836-0643 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B EA B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR.. PHOS-CTD. . . PHOS-CTD.. * * . * * 6 6 6 5 6 7 44 .. .. . 3/16 DIA. * * * ...... . TUBULAR. 0. .. .0451 DIA STK... .. ... 5 5 5 16 17 18 P D P F X1 F P D P D P D X1 F 1005-016-2623 5315-269-4080 . * ......... SPRINGS. GUN SHOULDER 11686527(19204) OPERATING ROD AND CONNECTOR GROUP CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY 7790424 (19204) PIN.. . 9 COILS.... CONNECTOR 7790426 (19204) SPRING. ... 1/2 LG..... 5/64 NOM DIA.. .. * ..... ....

. 0..... * * * * * * * .... SMALL ARMS CARTRIDGE: 7791578 (19204) EJECTOR. * * * * * * * .. REAR SIGHT 7312737 (19204) APERTURE SIGHT: 6008868 (19204) COVER. 0. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR.. BOLT ROLLER: 7267059 (19204) BOLT 7790185 (19204) BARREL AND RECEIVER GROUP PINION ASSEMBLY.. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 P O P O P O P F P F P O P O 1005-999-3399 1005-731-2737 1005-600-8868 1005-600-8872 1005-554-6001 5315-051-6891 1005-587-8420 EA EA EA EA EA HD EA 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * * * * * * REF * 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 P O 1005-587-8408 EA 1 * * * * * * * * 8 8 45 . OPERATING: 7267064 (19204) BOLT ASSEMBLY EXTRACTOR..... SELECTOR SHAFT: S. PHOS-CTD. EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 * * * * * * * . 0. * * * * * * * .. CODE P F 1005-587-8404 ROD.028 OD. * * * * * * * ... * * * * * * * .. * * * * * * * .056 THD 7267172 (19204) SELECTOR: AUTOMATIC AND SEMIAUTOMATIC FIRING 7267071 (19204) (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO.. REAR SIGHT: 6008872 (19204) BASE: REAR SIGHT 5546001 (19204) PIN.. FIRING: 11686413 (19204) BOLT. EXTRACTOR SPRING: 6008618 (19204) PIN...TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II... * * * * * * * ... REAR SIGHT ELEVATING: 11010363 (19204) KNOB: WINDAGE. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * * 6 8 * P O P O P O P O P F C P F P F X1 F 1005-953-9504 1005-587-8381 1005-600-8618 1005-921-5248 1005-628-9050 3120-587-8405 1005-587-8402 . CARTRIDGE WITH SPRING: BOLT ASSY 7267015 (19204) PLUNGER... SPRING: S. 5/64 NOM DIA..260 ID. BREECH........ LINEAR-ROTARY Motion: 7267065 (19204) RETAINER. 3/8 LG MS 16562-107 (96906) LOCK... 7790186 (19204) ROLLER.

FRONT: 7191445 (19204) LOCK. RIFLE: 7790902 (19204) SPINDLE. ROUND: FLASH SUPPRESSOR 7267039 (19204) SUPPRESSOR. PHOS-CTD. SELECTOR: 7267072 (19204) RELEASE. NON-STD PT. 0. 6-40 UNF3A. VALVE: 7267605 (19204) BAND. 0. NO.022 THK MATERIAL. 1 LG. SELECTOR: 7267081 (19204) SHAFT. FLASH: RIFLE 7791053 (19204) SCREW. S. SEAR: 7790192 (19204) PLUG. GAS. PASS-FIN. CAP.TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II.070 LG. CODE P O P F P F P O P F P O 1005-587-8415 1005-587-8409 1005-628-9053 1005-587-8400 1005-587-8398 5305-042-6426 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA EA EA EA EA EA 1 1 1 1 1 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. HEXAGON: 11010298 (19204) SIGHT. GAS CYLINDER: 7790188 (19204) CYLINDER. PLAIN. 1/8 DIA. SPRING: CRES. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 R P F P F P F P F P F P F P F P F P F P F P F P F 5310-587-8394 1005-545-1573 5305-921-6155 1005-084-8435 1005-628-9051 1005-790-8766 1005-587-8421 1005-587-8422 1005-587-8375 5315-923-9440 1005-587-8385 5315-839-0897 SPRING. SOCKET HEAD. TUBULAR. 3/4 LG MS 51923-465 (96906) GUIDE. OPERATING ROD: 7267025 (19204) PIN. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. 1/4 LG 7790300 (19204) NUT. 0. PHOS-CTD. VALVE: 7267604 (19204) SPRING.092 MAX DIA. SPRING: S. SLOTTED MS 16562-124 496906) * * * * * * EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 46 . FRONT: 7267001 (19204) PIN. 3/32 NOM DIA. GAS CYLINDER: 7267053 (19204) PISTON: GAS CYLINDER 7267047 (19204) SETSCREW: HEX-SOCKET.

. P F P F P F R P F 5315-929-0862 5310-962-0873 1005-951-3232 5306-956-3127 EA EA B EA B EA B EA B B 1 1 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 9 9 9 9 1 2 3 4 P F 5310-953-6340 1 * * * * * * * * 9 5 X1 F P D X1 F . STRAIGHT..... ... ... * * * * * * . * * * * * * * .. BOLT LOCK: 7267074 (19204) PIN... ..... STRAIGHT..060 THK 7791668 (19204) YOKE..... ... * * * * * * .. ... ... PLAIN.. * * * * * * .. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 * * * * * * .... .. HEADLESS: 7267035 (19204) PIN.270 O/A H 7791663 (19204) YOKE. * * * * * * ....215 LG 11686519 (19204) NUT.... . PHOS-CTD. . . .. . 0........... CODE P F P F C P F C P F P F P F P D X 1005-587-8390 1005-587-8411 5315-587-8396 5315-587-8391 5315-051-8636 1005-628-9049 1005-628-9052 ... ASSEMBLY: STABILIZER ASSY... . NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * . 1/16 DIA. MUZZLE 11686520 (19204) BOLT. MUZZLE STABILIZER: 11686517 (19204) STOP.. PHOS-CTD-FIN.. . SPRING: S... 1005-951-3056 .. M2 PIN. . CARTRIDGE CLIP: 7790184 (19204} BARREL... RIFLE: 7790190 (19204) RECEIVER: STABILIZER ASSEMBLY PIN..... EA EA 1 1 1 ... .... LOCK... 0... .315 OD.. SHOULDER. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. ..375 W ACROSS FLATS.. ...... ... . 0.. HEXAGON: S. .. 1/4-28UNF-3A. . BOLT 7267034 (19204) SPRING....... ... 1/4-28UNF-3B... MUZZLE: 7791667 (19204) RIFLE BIPOD...... LG MS 16562-96 (96906) (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO... . .. 0..... MUZZLE STABILIZER: 11686518 (19204) STABILIZER...... 1. 0. HEADED: 7791664 (19204) WASHER. ... 3/32 X 9/16 MS 16562-210 (96906) GUIDE.. SPRING: S. * * * * * * .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II. PHOS-CTD.. 1/4.... HEADLESS: 7267042 (19204) PIN. EXTERNALLY RELIEVED BODY: S.... 9 9 9 6 7 8 B B EA C P F 5315-282-3642 EA C 2 10 1 47 .. .... . ..098 ID.. FLAT: S...

. ....... S........ ...... * .. ..5 COILS 7790824 (19204) PLUNGER. 0. PLUNGER... LEFT HAND: 7790821 (19204) SHAFT ASSEMBLY: LEG LH 7790837 (19204) EXTENSION ASSEMBLY: LEG. . NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 10 10 2 3 P F 1005-740-0053 P F P D X1 F P D 1005-772-6363 5315-514-2358 .... 1/8 DIA.. 0..........375 LG OF BODY.. 10 13 48 .. . . ...... 1/4 LG MS 16997-9 (96906) EXTENSION ASSEMBLY: LEG..053 LG OF HD.. . ... 10 10 15 16 1 * * * * * * * * 10 14 1 ... ..... .... * * ... * * .. ...... . HELICAL......155 DIA OF SHANK.. 10 17 EA EA 1 1 ..... RIGHT HAND: 7790822 (19204) PIN... . 0300 O/A LG 7790820 (19204) SPRING... ... CAP. . 3/32 THK MS 35649-244 (96906) SCREW... LEG EXTENSION7790836 (19204) SPRING.. * 10 6 1 * * * * * * * * 10 5 C EA 2 * * * * * * * * 10 12 C EA C EA C C C EA D 1 . SPRING: S....... CODE P F P F 1005-772-6361 1005-772-6365 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA C EA 2 2 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO....034 STK DIA.. . .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II... HEXAGON: S. 1. . NO. ...... 0. 0... HELICAL... COMPRESSION: S. PIVOT: S. RH 7790839 (19204) LEG ASSEMBLY.....309 BODY DIA... ... .. ..150 O/A LG 7792846(19204) LEG ASSEMBLY.... SOCKET RECESS DR. . 5......290 FREE OD... . 1/4 W ACROSS FLATS. LH 7790835 (19204} YOKE ASSEMBLY. 3/8 LG MS 39086-88 (96906) SHAFT ASSEMBLY. 5310-934-9748 X1 F C P F P F 5305-978-9342 X1 F P F X1 F X1 F X1 F ... .... * 10 10 10 9 10 11 2 .. 10 7 2 .. ..5 COILS 7790838 (19204) PIN..LEG.. 440NC-2B.. .... PHOS-CTD.. . 0.. . ... .. SOCKET HEAD: FL-FIL-HD.. BIPOD 7791106 (19204) * * C EA 2 * * * * * * * * 10 4 C EA C EA C EA C EA C EA C C EA EA 2 1 2 ........... PHOS-CTD. ..438 DIA OF HEAD.. 3/8 FREE O/A LG...... * * ... BUTTON. . . PLAIN.. ...... .. .380 FLANGE DIA..722 LG OF SHANK. * * ... 0. BIPOD.. 1/16 X 7/16 MS 16562-99 (96906) PLUNGER. . PIVOT 0.... .... . 3. ..... 0.. 0.. . 0. ... * .... . CRES PASS. 1005-897-6156 R P H 5315-839-2327 ....... . 4-40NC-3A. 0310 DIA OF WIRE. ..... . 0.... ...... COMPRESSIONS... CD-PLTD W/ CHROMATE-FIN. ...... BIPOD... 0.... .198 ID. * 10 8 2 . 0.. NO. SPRING: S. * * ...... .. ..311 DIA OF BODY.260 O D...... 1005-772-6362 ............... REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. RH 7790840 (19204) NUT....

. . 3/8 LG MS 24665-151 (96906) PIN.. .. S. .078 COTTER PIN HOLE DIA 7791104 (19204) PIN. ... 0. NYLON INSERT IN THD. WELDMENT.............. COTTER: S... RETAINING: TRIGGER ASSEMBLY 7791237 (19204) P O P O 5315-597-5086 4933-780-1982 HD EA 1 1 REF * REF * REF * REF * REF * REF * REF * REF * 11 11 1 2 P O P O P 0 1005-775-0364 5305-990-6435 1005-010-5022 EA A EA A EA A 1 2 2 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 12 12 12 1 2 3 X1 F ... .. 3/8 LG MS 16562-98 (96906) BLADE.. TAPPING. .. EA 1 ... RIGHT HAND.. 30 DEG BLADE ANGLE 7790786 (19204) KIT.......... HINGE...... . GUN SLING: YOKE ASSY.750 LG 791103 (19204) * * A EA C EA C EA C EA C EA C 1 * * * * * * * * 10 24 1 * * * * * * * * 10 23 1 * * * * * * * * 10 22 1 * * * * * * * * 10 21 1 * * * * * * * * 10 20 X1 F X1 F .. S.. HEADED. SCREWDRIVER: S.. .. 12 4 49 ..217 DIA. 1.. THREAD FORMING 7791415 (19204) WASHER... 5/16-24UNF-3A.. PHOS-CTD.. CODE P F P F 5315-815-1405 5315-474-4115 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE HD EA 1 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO.... LEFT HAND: YOKE ASSY 7791102 (19204) JAW ASSEMBLY.. . 1/16 DIA. WINTER TRIGGER TRIGGER ASSEMBLY.. PHOS-CTD..... YOKE ASSEMBLY: 7791669 (19204) SWIVEL. .. .. WINTER: M5 7790808 (19204) SCREW. . .041 EFFECTIVE LG. .... 10 10 25 26 HEAD ASSEMBLY..... ... 0. JAW.... . REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR... PASS-FIN.. 0...... STRAIGHT... ... ..YOKE ASSY 7791107 (19204) BOLT...TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II.. LEVER: 7791211 (19204) A...220 W. 1/16 NOM DIA. .......180 NOM LG. BIPOD 7791670 (19204) JAW. BIPOD: 7792847 (19204) COMBINATION TOOL PIN SPRING: S. ... RIGHT HAND: 7791101 (19204) C EA EA C 1 1 . . .. PHOS-CTD. 1.... PHOS-CTD. SELF-LOCKING: HEX-HD. 0....527 LG. 0... NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 10 10 18 19 R P F P F P F P F P F 5315-072-5383 1005-072-5384 1005-474-4116 1005-474-4118 5306-474-4114 PIN. ..

62-MM RIFLE. SMALL: BR. SELECTOR: 7267081 (19204) * EA EA 1 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * EA A EA A 1 * * * * * * * * 1 * * * * * * * * 50 . 1/16 DIA. M14 THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE AUTHORIZED AND INSTALLED ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTIVE BY TACTICAL UNIT COMMANDER SELECTOR: AUTOMATIC AND SEMIAUTOMATIC FIRING 7267071 (19204) SPRING. 3/32 DIA 5233523 (19204) SCREW. 2 O/A LG 7190954 (19204) ALTERNATE REPAIR PARTS FOR: 7. LARGE. STOCK REPAIR.TM 9-1005-223-34 Section II. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * * 12 5 R P F R P F 5315-523-3523 5315-719-0954 P O 1005-587-8408 P O 1005-587-8415 SAFETY. REPAIR PARTS LIST (Continued) (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. CODE P O 1005-778-0580 (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA A 1 (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. WINTER: 7790903 (19204) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE USED FOR REPAIR OF WOODEN STOCK FSN 1005-754-6462 SCREW: STOCK REPAIR.

. RUPTURED CARTRIDGE CASE: 7790352 (19204) PLIERS. LOCK NUT. . . . 13 2 .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section III. .. SPECIAL TOOL LIST (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. SMALL ARMS: BORE 5564174 (19204) CASE. 13 13 5 6 P C P O P O P 0 P C P O 1005-791-3377 4933-628-9700 4933-652-9950 4933-690-3497 4933-768-2011 4933-856-2561 EA EA EA EA EA EA .... 2 1 1 1 * 1 1 4 1 2 2 * 1 2 7 2 4 4 1 2 4 2 1 1 1 * 1 1 4 1 2 2 * 1 2 7 2 4 4 1 2 4 84 24 48 48 12 24 48 . . 21/2 SQ (1000 IN PKG) 5019316 (19204) BRUSH.. GUN BARREL: 7790138 (19204) EXTRACTOR. .. TO ALL MAINTENANCE SUPPORT UNITS WITH A SMALL ARMS REPAIR MISSION (4) (5) QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO.. 13 13 13 13 1 7 3 4 .. FLASH SUPPRESSOR: 7790493 (19204) COMBINATION TOOL: 7790769 (19204) ALIGNMENT TOOL: FLASH SUPPRESSOR 7799705 (19204) SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT THE 15-DAY LEVEL IS NOT APPLICABLE THE FOLLOWING BASIC SMALL ARMS DIRECT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE TOOL SET IS AUTHORIZED AS REQUIRED. SMALL ARMS CLEANING ROD: 7267754 (19204) SLING.. ... . 2 4 7 2 4 7 84 P C P C P C P C P O P C P C 1005-556-4174 1005-650-4510 1005-654-4058 1005-690-8441 1005-722-8907 1005-726-6109 1005-726-6110 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA . .. CLEANING. SMALL ARMS: CHAMBER 7790463 (19204) ENVELOPE: FABRIC. . SMALL ARMS: M1 WEBBING 6544058 (19204) BRUSH.. CLEANING.. SMALL ARMS CLEANING ROD: 7266110 (19204) CASE. 1 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 24 12 24 12 36 12 .. .. LUBRICANT: 7790995 (19204) REFLECTOR.. . SMALL ARMS: 7266109 (19204) SWAB HOLDER SECTION. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP P O 1005-288-3565 PG . .. CLEANING.... . . 4-7/8 X 3 7228907 (19204) ROD SECTION. SMALL ARMS CLEANING: COTTON.. .. . 2 BUTTON. 13 12 14 8 - 51 . CODE USABLE ON CODE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZED FOR UNIT REPLACEMENT SWAB.

.. BASIC SMALL ARMS. GAGES. FIELD TEST: GAGE. CODE 4933-775-0366 QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE SE (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 * (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. 15 1 EA EA . M14 SERIES 8421895 (19205) COMPOSED OF: 1-GAGE.. SPECIAL TOOL LIST (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE P F (4) (5) FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. . BREECHBORE.TM 9-1005-223-34 Section III. DIRECT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE. * * * * * * * 15 6 EA . . 15 15 4 5 EA .. * * * * * * 1 . NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * P F R 4933-647-3703 P F 4933-345-6122 P F P F 4933-563-0436 4933-647-3693 P F P F 4933-647-3695 4933-647-3697 P F 4933-647-3698 P F 4933-647-3699 P F P F 4933-678-9830 4933-856-2561 TOOL SET.6455 7274790 (19204) 1-BOLT. PLUG. SNAP. .. 0. .62-MM RIFLE. 8426358 (19204) NOTE: SEE SC 4933-95-CL-E04 FOR COMPONENTS THE FOLLOWING TOOL SETS ARE REQUISITIONED AND ISSUED TO MAINTENANCE UNITS PERFORMING DIRECT AND GENERAL SUPPORT.30. NOT-GO: 0. MAX 0. FIELD REJECTION: LIMIT 0.515 LEFT LUG 7274799 (19204) 1-CASE.. 0. * * * * * * 1 1 . BOLT ROLLER: 7799723 (19204) 1-GAGE..060 7274736 (19204) 1-PLIERS.. 15 15 2 3 EA EA .05009 DIA OF PISTON HOLE IN GAS CYLINDER 7274755 (19204) 1-GAGE. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * . .310 7274761 (19204) 1-GAGE. HEADSPACE: FIELD REJECTION LIMIT 1. THE COMPLETE SETS WILL BE REQUISITIONED AND INDIVIDUAL TOOLS LISTED BELOW MAY ALSO BE REQUISITIONED UNDER THEIR OWN STOCK NUMBER FOR REPLACEMENT TOOL SET DIRECT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE: 7. * * * * * * * 15 7 EA EA ..4968 PISTON DIA 7274757 (19204) 1-GAGE.. MIN 0. . RETAINING RING. * * * * * * * EA . 0. OR DEPOT MAINTENANCE. FIELD MAINTENANCE 7799702 (19204) 1-ALIGNMENT TOOL: 7799705 (19204) SE .044.. NOT-GO: PLAIN CYLINDRICAL. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 52 .. FIRING PIN PROTRUSION: CAL..615 RIGHT LUG...

.... ASSEMBLING: FIRING MECHANISM 443448 (19204) 1-ADAPTER. .... .. ..... HEADSPACE: 1... . ALIGNMENT: GAS PORT HOLES 11015316 (19204) 1-GAGE PLUG. * * * * EA . .... TORQUE TESTING: 7271792 (19204) EA . (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 * (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO.. . BOLT AND ROLLER ASSEMBLY 10-016057 (19204) 1-FIXTURE. . M14 SERIES 8432422 (19204) COMPOSED OF: 1-GAGE. ... . . PLUG. . ... .... . TARGETING JACK6511841 (19204) 1-GAGE...6415 7274786 (19204) 1-HANDLE CRANK: HEADSPACE REAMER ASSY 10-013069 (19204) 1-FIXTURE.... . * * * * EA . DISASSEMBLING: BARREL AND RECEIVER ASSY 10-013027 (19204) 1-FIXTURE. .. .. PLUG: GO. . . . .. ... ..... * * EA . . . . . .. . . . .. . HEADSPACE: 24-013863 (19204) 1-GAGE. .. . * * EA EA ..... HEAD SCREW: HEX-TYPE. . * * * * EA ...... .. . . . ..... .. * * EA . DEPOT MAINTENANCE: FOR 7.... . SPECIAL TOOL LIST (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE P F (4) (5) FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. ... ... RELATIONSHIP OF STORAGE HOLES TO BUTT PLATE 7271641 (19204) 1-GAGE. ...... LTYPE HANDLE 7/64 W ACROSS FLATS GGG-W-00652 (81348) TOOL SET. . .... . . . * * EA EA . . . . . . SOCKET. .. .. . . .62MM RIFLE.. . .. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP * * * * * * .. . 15 8 P F 5120-889-2162 P D R 4933-930-5598 P D P C 4933-069-8676 4933-105-2835 P D 4933-439-6088 P D 4933-439-6089 P D 4933-439-6090 P D 4933-450-6725 P D P D 4933-809-7980 4933-916-9188 P D 4933-916-9189 P D P D 4933-916-9193 4933-916-9194 P D 4933-916-9196 1-GAGE... * * 53 . GREASE FITTING: BOLT AND ROLLER ASSY 10-013635 (19204) 3-REAMER ASSEMBLY. .... PLUG.. . ASSEMBLING AND DISASSEMBLING. * * EA EA .. .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section III. * * EA . . . ... CODE 4933-917-1067 QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA . ..... DROP: STRAIGHTNESS OF BORE 11015416 (19204) 1-GAGE. .. .. . FIRING PIN HOLE DIAMETER: 7458406 (19204) 1-KEY. . * * * * * * * SE . .. . . .. . .

. . ALIGNMENT. .. ... ....... . . . . ... .. LOCATION: SELECTOR SLOT 7799750 (19204) 1-GAGE. ... .... .....6355 7274780 (19204) 1-GAGE. . . . . . .. .. .. FLUSH PIN-RECEIVER AND TRIGGER HOUSING CLAMPING SURFACES 7799742 (19204) 1-GAGE. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP . . ..... * * * * * * * * * * EA EA EA . ...... STRAIGHTNESS: CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY 7799748 (19204) 1-GAGE. . . ... LENGTH: APERTURE 7799746 (19204) 1-GAGE. .. LENGTH: HAMMER SPRING 7799747 (19204) 1-GAGE.. .. ... .. .. . OPENED END. . . . . .. .. .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section III... . * * * * * * P D P D P D P D P D P D 4933-916-9360 4933-916-9362 4933-916-9365 4933-916-9444 4933-916-9437 4933-916-9464 P D P D P D P D P D 4933-916-9468 4933-916-9487 4933-916-9527 4933-917-1068 4933-937-4068 P D P D P D 4933-937-4069 5120-156-8735 5220-745-8398 1-GAGE. BARREL AND RECEIVER: 7799718 (19204) 1-CUTTER. .. . . . .. ...... . .. . PLUG.. . ... * * * * * * 54 . ... .. ..6375 7274782 (19204) 1-GAGE. .. CODE 4933-916-9271 4933-916-9275 4933-916-9341 QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA EA EA .. .. .. . ... (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO.. . . . SNAP: ADJUSTMENT 7479462 (19204) 1-FIXTURE. . ..... . HEADSPACE: 1. .. . PLAIN CYLINDRICAL: NO-GO 0. . .. . . . . FACING: 7799721 (19204) 1-WRENCH. . . * * * * * * * * * * * * EA EA EA EA EA ... . LENGTH: EXTRACTOR ASSEMBLY 7799744 (19204) 1-GAGE LENGTH: EJECTOR ASSEMBLY 7799745 (19204) 1-GAGE.. . ... . .... . . FIXED10-012952 (19207) 1-GAGE. ... .. . .. ... .. . .. .... ....... LENGTH: OPERATING ROD SPRING 7799743 (19204) 1-GAGE.. ... . . . . . .... ASSEMBLING.. .. .... SPECIAL TOOL LIST (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE P D P D P D (4) (5) FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. . BARREL: 7799749 (19204) 1-GAGE. .. HEADSPACE: 1. .. . FLUSH PIN: FIRING PIN INTRUSION 7799751 (19204) 1-GAGE.. .. .083 DIA OF FIRING PIN HOLE IN BOLT FACE 7458398 (19204) EA EA EA EA EA EA . .. .. (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 . .. . ..

. .. .. * * * P D P D R P D P D P D P D 1005-336-0211 1005-441-8807 5340-018-3254 1005-875-9765 1005-875-9766 1005-336-0212 EA EA EA EA EA EA .. . . .. .. . .. .. . ... ... .. PROOF FIRING: 7273975 (192041 STAND.. WALNUT. ... BARRIER. .... . .. .... . .. REAR SIGHT ELEVATING KNOB: 7791345 (19204) PROTECTOR. ..... .. ...... APERTURE ASSEMBLY: 7791358 (19204) CAP. . . .. NOT-GO: FLAT CYLINDRICAL 0. .... . . . .. . . .. * * * * * * P D P D C P D 4933-838-5272 4933-916-9207 6920-240-9349 EA EA BX ..... .... NO. .. . . * * * * * * 55 . ... . 21089 (1 GAL CAN) 30045 OR FED STD 595 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL ITEMS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR DEPOT REBUILD PROGRAMS ONLY. NO/ CNTGCY EQUIP . * * 1-GAGE. .... . PLUG. . ... .. .. BORE VCI TREATED: 7266316 (19204) P F 8010-145-0042 CN .. .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section III. . . . ..... .... MUZZLE: PLASTIC 7790232 (19204) TUBE. . GUN STOCK. FIRING: 7273901 (19204) TARGET ROLL: 1000 INCH RANGE (500 PER ROLL) 8448435 (19204) SPECIAL PACKAGING MATERIAL BAG. . . . .. .. . . .... COVER... . ..5009 DIA OF PISTON HOLE IN GAS CYLINDER 8440826 (19204) MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES ENAMEL: TOUCH-UP. (6) 30 DAY DS MAINT ALLOWANCE (a) (b) (c) 1-20 . SPECIAL TOOL LIST (1) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION SMR CODE N P D (4) (5) FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR. . CODE 5220-437-1152 QTY UNIT INC OF IN MEAS UNIT USABLE ON CODE EA . . .. . VCI TREATED: 7265933 (19204) PROTECTOR.. .... (7) (8) (9) (10) 30DAY GS MAINT ALLOWANCE 1-YR DEPOT ILLUSTRATION (a) (b) (c) ALW PER MAINT (a) (b) 100 ALW PERFIGURE ITEM 21-50 51-100 1-20 21-50 51-100 EQUIP 100 NO. . . . . HANDLE: 7790231 (19204) PROTECTOR.. .. .

TM 9-1005-223-34 Figure 1. Major groups and assemblies . 56 .M14.

TM 9-1005-223-34 Figure 2. M14A1. 57 . Major groups and assemblies-Rifle.

Firing mechanism-exploded view. 58 .TM 9-1005-223-34 WE15520 Figure 3.

Stock assembly with butt plate. 59 . M14-exploded view.TM 9-1005-223-34 WE66303 Figure 4. Rifle.

TM 9-1005-223-34 WE15522 Figure 5. M14A1--exploded view. Shoulder gun stock assembly. 60 . Rifle.

Bolt assembly-exploded view. 61 . WE15524 Figure 7. Operating rod and connector group--exploded view.TM 9-1005-223-34 WE15523 Figure 6.

Barrel and receiver group-exploded view.exploded view.TM 9-1005-223-34 WE16991 Figure 8. 62 . Stabilizer assembly. WE18892 Figure 9.

exploded view. Combination tool-exploded view. M2. Rifle Bipod. Winter trigger kit-exploded view. Figure 12. WE69480 WE14032 Figure 11. 63 .TM 9-1005-223-34 WE15525 Figure 10.

Figure 14 . Tools and equipment.TM 9-1005-223-34 Figure 13. Flash suppressor alignment tool 64 .

TM 9-1005-223-34 Figure 15. 65 . Maintenance Tools.

FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER INDEX FIGURE NO 12 5 5 2 5 5 10 5 5 5 8 10 10 4 8 8 3 3 13 3 8 7 8 6 3 8 8 8 7 6 8 8 8 5 3 8 3 8 8 8 7 8 8 3 3 3 4 5 5 1 2 8 7 8 8 8 3 13 13 6 6 ITEM NO 3 24 19 1 17 4 21 6 1 8 18 22 23 11 16 5 7 8 1 10 23 2 25 6 13 27 13 12 7 8 8 10 28 7 9 9 2 7 21 22 3 3 4 5 3 4 6 23 7 1 3 32 5 19 33 11 11 7 3 1 3 66 FIGURE NO 6 4 13 13 13 10 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 8 13 1 2 10 7 2 9 9 5 7 4 4 4 4 8 5 4 7 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 13 12 11 14 15 8 5 5 8 5 4 10 12 4 10 9 5 8 10 9 9 4 ITEM NO 4 7 4 5 6 4 2 2 14 5 3 1 5 20 2 4 6 8 4 9 7 3 16 1 13 9 14 1 1 12 10 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 8 14 2 5 17 14 5 12 2 2 24 4 15 15 11 5 2 4 STOCK NUMBER 1005-010-5022 1005-016-2621 1005-016-2623 1005-072-5376 1005-072-5377 1005-072-5378 1005-072-5384 1005-072-5385 1005-072-5386 1005-072-5390 1005-084-8435 1005-464-4116 1005-474-4188 1005-501-3747 1005-545-1573 1005-554-6001 1005-554-6008 1005-554-6015 1005-556-4174 1005-587-6988 1005-587-8375 1005-587-8381 1005-587-8385 1005-587-8386 1005-587-8389 1005-587-8390 1005-587-8398 1005-587-8400 1005-587-8402 1005-587-8404 1005-587-8408 1005-587-8409 1005-587-8411 1005-587-8413 1005-587-8414 1005-587-8415 1005-587-8419 1005-587-8420 1005-587-8421 1005-587-8422 1005-600-8618 1005-600-8868 1005-600-8872 1005-600-8880 1005-600-8803 1005-600-8887 1005-600-8889 1005-600-8890 1005-614-6873 1005-628-9048 1005-628-9049 1005-628-9050 1005-628-9051 1005-628-9052 1005-628-9053 1005-628-9055 1005-650-4510 1005-654-4058 1005-678-9824 1005-678-9826 STOCK NUMBER 1005-678-9827 1005-690-4067 1005-690-8441 1005-726-6109 1005-726-6110 1005-740-0053 1005-731-2737 1005-772-6361 1005-772-6362 1005-772-6363 1005-772-6365 1005-775-0364 1005-778-0580 1005-790-8766 1005-791-3377 1005-856-2108 1005-897-6156 1005-921-5248 1005-930-0806 1005-951-3056 1005-951-3232 1005-951-3254 1005-953-9504 1005-981-1252 1005-981-1255 1005-981-1256 1005-999-1871 1005-999-3399 1005-999-4200 3110-100-6151 3120-587-8405 4933-345-6122 4933-563-0436 4933-647-3693 4933-647-3695 4933-647-3697 4933-647-3698 4933-644-3699 4933-690-3497 4933-768-2011 4933-780-1082 4933-856-2561 4933-917-1067 5305-042-6426 5305-072-5388 5305-072-5389 5305-921-6155 5305-956-3401 5305-600-8881 5305-978-9342 5305-990-6435 5305-999-1875 5306-474-4114 5306-956-3127 5310-194-9209 5310-587-8394 5310-934-9748 5310-953-6340 5310-962-0873 5310-999-1891 .TM 9-1005-223-34 Section IV.

TM 9-1005-223-34 FIGURE NO 5 5 6 8 8 10 5 10 10 3 10 8 8 4 11 MFG CODE 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 96906 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 ITEM NO 9 22 2 6 31 20 20 1 19 6 6 30 29 12 1 FIG NO 6 8 8 8 10 4 11 10 10 4 10 5 10 5 5 5 10 8 5 5 2 5 5 5 8 8 4 7 4 1 9 9 9 9 2 5 5 5 5 2 3 4 ITEM NO 2 6 26 31 1 12 1 6 12 10 18 15 11 22 18 20 9 24 21 24 1 17 4 3 17 1 3 4 19 3 6 7 4 3 9 16 14 13 25 5 6 11 FIGURE NO 10 3 5 8 10 8 9 4 3 5 5 4 3 ITEM NO 18 1 18 26 9 24 1 8 12 3 13 3 14 STOCK NUMBER 5315-016-2624 5315-050-1233 5315-051-6891 5315-051-8636 5315-072-5383 5315-269-4080 5315-282-3642 5315-474-4115 5315-501-3668 5315-514-2358 5315-587-8391 5315-587-8396 5315-597-5086 STOCK NUMBER 5315-815-1405 5315-819-4501 5315-836-0643 5315-839-0897 5315-839-2327 5315-923-9440 5315-929-0862 5315-981-1254 5315-994-4242 5340-072-5379 5340-904-9303 5340-999-1864 5360-587-8395 REFERENCE NUMBER MSMS 16562-107 MS 16562-124 MS 16562-210 MS 16562-96 MS 16562-98 MS 16562-99 MS 16997-9 MS 19059-88 MS 24665-151 MS 35336-21 MS 35649-244 MS 39086-202 MS 39086-205 MS 39086-211 MS 39086-88 MS 51923-465 11010001 11010004 11010038 11010044 11010046 11010047 11010298 11010363 11010414 11686413 11686427 11686428 1168517 11686518 11686519 11686520 11686521 11686522 11686523 11686524 11686527 11686528 5013668 5013747 REFERENCE NUMBER 515-2865 5546001 5546008 5546015 5564174 5910348 5910438 6008618 6008868 6008872 6008880 6008881 6008883 6009997 6008889 6008890 6146873 6544058 7266109 7266110 7267001 7267015 7267025 7267027 7267030 7267032 7267034 7267035 7267039 7267041 7267042 7267047 7267053 7267059 7267064 7267065 7267071 7267072 7267074 7267079 7267080 7267081 67 MFG CODE 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 FIG NO 4 8 3 3 13 4 5 7 8 8 3 4 3 3 4 5 5 13 13 13 8 7 8 6 3 3 8 8 8 3 8 8 8 7 6 7 8 8 8 6 3 8 ITEM NO 15 5 7 8 1 1 12 3 3 4 5 5 3 4 6 23 7 3 5 6 23 2 25 6 15 13 27 30 15 14 29 13 12 7 8 6 8 10 28 7 9 9 .

TM 9-1005-223-34 MFG CODE 19204 10204 19204 19204 19204 19204 10204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 FIG NO 3 8 8 8 13 15 15 15 15 15 15 8 15 1 2 8 7 7 1 2 8 8 8 1 2 3 8 6 6 6 6 13 13 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12 11 12 10 10 10 ITEM NO 2 7 21 22 7 1 3 4 5 6 7 2 8 1 3 32 8 5 6 8 19 33 11 2 4 11 14 1 5 3 4 4 8 7 2 17 13 8 9 16 14 18 2 1 2 14 5 MFG CODE 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 19204 FIG NO 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 12 3 13 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 4 1 2 4 3 12 3 8 7 9 9 9 9 10 10 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 10 14 15 ITEM NO 3 16 7 15 8 13 10 20 5 10 2 16 25 22 24 19 17 23 4 3 2 4 6 4 1 2 i2 18 1 5 1 8 2 20 21 19 6 1 2 5 8 9 10 11 4 26 2 REFERENCE NUMBER 7267090 7267172 7267604 7267605 7267754 7274736 7274755 7274757 7274761 7274790 7274799 7312737 7458406 7790183 7790184 7790185 7790186 7790187 7790188 7790190 7790192 7790195 7790196 7790300 7790424 7790425 7790426 7790427 7790463 7790493 7790686 7790688 7790692 7790693 7790695 7790697 7790698 7790699 7790700 7790769 7790786 7790808 7790820 7790821 7790822 REFERENCE NUMBER 7790824 7790835 7790836 7790837 7790838 7790839 7790840 7790902 7790903 7790990 7790995 7791053 7791101 7791102 7791103 7791104 7791106 7791107 7791211 7791237 7791267 7791286 7791339 7791367 7791415 7791418 7791445 7791578 7791663 7791664 7791667 7791668 7791669 7791670 7791672 7791673 7791674 7791676 7791677 7791678 7791682 7791683 7792062 7792846 7792847 7799705 7799723 68 .

311-831/60687 . S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.62-MM. S.By Order of the Secretary of the Army: BRUCE PALMER. *U. BOWERS Major General. U. General. Army Acting Chief of Staff Official: VERNE L. M14. JR. 141) Direct and General Support Maintenance requirements for Rifle. 7. United States Army The Adjutant General Distribution: To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-40 (qty rqr block no.1992 .

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