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The Uni versa.l S e 1.£ .... loading pis:to 1 ( USP ) is ·the first HK pisto 1 de.sign,ed for t,he dem,anding needs of the Ameri.can shooter ..

It, ha.s many feature.s des,ired by law' enforcerne·nt r civilian, and military U!Hars." Its centrc l s are uniquely Am.eriea:n, influenced by such famou.s: and. successfUl design.s as th'e G·overnment Model M19'1 T. pist·ol •. And like the: M1911 r the USP' can be saf:ely carried I·co.ck.ed and 1 cc k e CPI ..

The corrt zc L lever I a ·combinat.ion safety and d,ecocking Leve r , ,is fr~e .mounteda'nd qu.i.ck.l y ac'cs'ssib.tslj. unlik,e the slide mou.nted saf,e,ties common on many -pisrt'::l'l.s.. The USP c:o'ntrol lever has a positive ;s·top and returns to the u fi.re~t pos I t i.ori a,fter decc)cking' ..

u~ing a. m,odified Brownin.'g-typ'e: acti,on, with a spe·ci,al HK recoil reduction system(patant pending), the USP is built to take the punishment of the most powerful,., 4,0. cali,ber Loada ~ And. unlike :mo,st o the r ,,40 caliber pistols f t.he HK USP was d.esign'ed asa n forty!T ..... it was never 't! scale,d Up~'1 from. an existing 9mm pistol mode I ~

The: polymer. frame of ·th.'9 'TJSP was d'esigned usin,gJ t·echn.ical eXDerienee ga~ned bv HK enc~neers in the development of the world's first comp,a:5.ite mat,erial p-~.sto'lsi the VP70Z and t,he P9'S" 'This same h,igh-str9ngt,hjcarrosion free material is u.sed in the .45 ACP. handqun designed b~ Heckler & Koch for the US Special Operations command Ctr'SSOCOM) in 1. 9 92 iI

M,e:talco:mponents on, the USP are also co r re s Lcn re.sistant... Out.side: metal surfa,ces are prot,acted by' an extrem.ely hard,. ni t,ro-gas c.a.rbur Lz ad bl e ck oxide finish... In te:rnal meta.l pa.rts i. inc 1 ud.ing spr.i.ngs; arG: ,cca·t ed with. a" spec ial D'ow Corning anti -co:rrosio,n process that reduces friction and wear. The HK USP is presently available .in calipers .4.0S&'W and 9mm, par'abe Ll.um, oth.er calibe,rs will be available in the future~

The de~ign characteI:'ist~cs of. tn.'9: USF prov Lde a w'ide ran.ge of flex'ibJl.lfty f~o.r users. The 9ttw1 mo,del o:f th,e USE?' ca,rries sixteen cartridges f fifteen in the m,aga,z.ine and one i,n ,,~. he C'h.aml:H~r., The . 40 caliber model holds a total of fourteen .40 cartridges~ thirteen in t.he maoaz Lne and one in the c.ha.mber .•

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Ey using a miodular approach to ,th,e internal compenerrca, the co,ntrol lev'e,r o,f the USP can be switch.ed f'ram the. ~lett side: to. t,he ["ight side of the pis~ol for left~handed shooters. The USP can also be c.'onverted fr,om one type o,f 'tri9ge:l"/firlng m,od.e ,to another. 'Thi.s Lnc l, udes co,rnl?in.atio'n double-action a:nd single~ac''t,io'n (D'A/SA)' medes

d dou bL . 1 - - h - - ." · 1- b 1- . ..

an 'c,O~- e aceaon OI'L_ccY fDA--only:) medes , T:,e USP r.s av,a,i' an e .In 10

v'arian.ts . H:O~'!: ;K.I'OOER.I FI K.IKe MODE COHV'ERS IONS (:AR O'lfLY BE MAD~E-1B'I AR HIP' -" ~'U'"~''II!'R-'

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Due t,o this innovat,ive de '5: iqn, -appro8"oh" it. .i$ pOlssibl,e' 'ta modify any HK nsp in~o anyone of ~he lis~ed varian~s.

This unique design allows the USP to be configured for a variety of purposes d.e:pending on the :L.'equirements a,f t"b..e u,s.e,r; wit-bout ha.vi-rlC;' to purchase a new-pistol~ .

S PECl F'I 'CATIONS

U.sP;;40

,~40 S&W 9 x 19mm Pa.r.abel,lum.

Short Reco,il

M,odifiea ]~lrown,ing' Type Il.inkles.,s

Sig'hts

Tota.l' lenqt,h, 'Barrel len,gth Si'ght. radius 'Tw'.is't length

F iXEHl pat:ridg~e :st'y.le, ad j ustabl e 194'm.rt\( 7 ~ 64in)

lOSmm{ 4\ ,j 13in)

15Sm.rn{6.22in)

389mm{ 14 ~ 95in) 2.5Cnnm,( '9 '" 8 .. 4 in )

He~,ght (t,otal) 'Lj·5"mm.(:5 ~ 3,5in).

wid.t,h . o,t 'Slide 2,'9m:m (1.!I 1.4i,n)

W'id th olf Fr arne :3 ,2mrn ( 1 ~' 2 '6 Ln )

'Wei'gh't w'it.hou;t 'm~~V~laline 7900 grams (: 2.7 Ii a 6 02)

We i.a:ht o f empt:."y""" marraz.Lne 51,0 !"Trams (,'.' 1 ~ -,.5 0 Z )

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Slide Force (to retract slide,

75,2, gr'am,s (26. 52oz)

~~ --'1 ~4 ... \ .,;,' ;;;/ arams ~.~ ,., :;=:,.:. a Z j

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9 kg (19~8S pounds)

Sin,gle-a,eticHl

Eh7J ubI e'- ac t i on Trigger reach (center

Sinn 1 ,e a"ct.i,Q n

DOUbl s ,ilct.ion

n, . ~ 1 i

i\~'i .·ngr

Magazine capacity

'6 ~ 3mm, ( + zs i,n} 11 'Ii 3mm( • 45.in)

of trigge,'r to back of frame) '7 i~lrnm ( :2 '", " 5 Ln )

75mm(:2 + 9.5i:n)

6 Lands and. groo,ves I constan't rig-h.t, hand twist,

13 rounds lS rounds

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'NOM:]2: N'CLATTJRE

Slid.e

M,ach,l' .n ·- .. ct< ,j;, . 11....:1 .- -- - f' -tl - bar ,0£_:- h': ig, h

. __ ne _, .J..:ro,m .3, SO ~,Q, pro.l"b, , 'e! .... , .

carbon steel, finished. 'to;;; th a Hostile En vi, ronrn@.nt 'f l:ni sh

E,xtract,ar

Large steel extractor held in by a pin, spring l:o,a.ded

Barrel Locki ng' lll'ock l.arg'e a,rea on t~,le t.cp of t;,h.e barrel provides the surface to Loc k, t.he gun in ba,t teri

Front s~gh~ Pressed into a dove-tail adjustable for elevation by replacement like the P7

Trigger guard -,

:Large to ac,c;,ommod.ate gloved. ha,nds, flared on t.he bot'tom to shi,eld, t,he mag,azine rele,ase ..

F"fli •

,.I. :r .l. gge r

located in the trigger guard

Universal mountinq grooves

used for the mounting of

acce's,s.,Q r 2:.e::3

Slide release axle

'On the right sid€, of the frame used protrudes .in a co,nical h:ol,e 'to, aid in the r~moval of the slide

Lanyard loop

Used .to attach

prevent:. ,tbe

Lnacver t e:n t ly charges.

Marked on aach side of "the f r ame to be USEd with the safety/decocker to indicate the position of the lever~

a lanyard to in order to

pis,t,ol from being

dr cpped during Cavalry

Reference line ~

Locks the slide to the rear at th@ will and pleasure of the shooter and after the

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Las t; roune :LO t, e ,maqaz1..D-s, ..,' ,so use .~'.- 0

release the slide when it is locked back~

:Hammer

Hits t,be firing pin 'to

no,: "1J.: 'I b:, 1 ,<'":i, ,:. or- .... ~ An r'i. n 1~· y-,~ (TU' ,_~n """'_',~"

u. ," _ .. G· Q~ Ir-~Y. . yo.,",' I,:. ~ .~,~.I:JI

bQbbed~

fire ,the gun ~ the h,a:m1l1H~r Ls

Cont:rol lever

Used ,to de;termin'e t h.e ean.di'tion. of t,he firing mechanism. Safe/fir~/decock

~' d b 1 ~h · 11 ·

~,xten:,-,s _,e, ow '~ __ e, ma,gaz,l.ne W-EJ"I, r.n

t,ne rear ,of ,the frame, t,o act as a

.' d \.,,"" . ,AI

'gul,":,e vnen l.n,sert ~ng a. magaz z.ne ane

af't.er t.ne magaz.ine i .. s in,sertecij" it qi~es the butt of the pistol a clean

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c:,Qsm.et.JLC appe,aranCel:. A "SO ~s ",~,Q

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ocat1oD _or t"eanyar, aop ~nser_

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Located an either· side of the magaz1ne well to allOW th~ magazine 'to be rippe,d from, the gun in th.e

1 . k '~- t.uck . "

un l."e,.l!..Y ca,g,e of a, :St,U,C, m:agaz~ne ~

Alnb ide,xtrau is m.ea g,a,:;: i:n.e r e I ea;6,E! ,_.

One piece magazine re:le,a,se can be a.ct,ivat,ed, fr"om either side \!'

Seria,l number

Located on a metal insert plate in t.he not:to,m of t,ne frame, in front {j,f the trigger guard.

Point ~be pistol in a safe direction

Pu t ,the con'tral lever in t,he "safe u 'po si ti.on if app lica.ble

Pull the magazine from the pistol

Pull th.e slide to th,e rear and lock it:. ba,ck

Phy,sically and v'is,ually check ,the ch.a.mber for 11v,e ammunition

Loading the magazine

Loading the magazine into the pistol

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operatinq the control lever ~

Firing the pistol -

Clearing the pistol -

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Remove slide release ~

Remove barrel and slide group

FIEL'D $,'rRI,PPI.HG IS COMPLE~E

'Cleaning;

The US:? wi 11 'f\lIl,ct.io:n 10 ext rernel y ,adverse

---d-.!' ~ - d "'1 - hil ' d~'

con l.. t,~,ons ano 'W~ .... - operatE! W~_,l,.:...e qU1 te -_ ~rty;

how,ave,r't thi,s is not the reccHnmend,ed me'thod of operation. This pistol is responsible for the safety of the opera~or by its proper function and if' .it is never cleaned ,1 t ca.n" t. be .as reliable, as i,t is when cLean, This pistol is :NOT s9:lf c.l!sanin; 'just, as it, is 'tli.ot fH1~lf shooting ..

It~~ s,h,Quld t.:here:f,ore be c Leaned ,aft 9r E,very ,time: it is clea.ned '", 1:f Y(HJ ahoct; one round from i't, it, ahouLd be cl eaned. After every firing it should be cleaned~

CLEAN IS CLEAH This is, your stand,ard ~

Mineral spiri.ts I dryeleaning' sol verrt s such ,a,s Var--sol f S,a.fety clean. :#105 NEVER GASO'LI:NE,! These a.re fo'r general c 1 e'anin.g 'thro ughout the gun~

Bore cleaners- Hoppe's Nitro Solv~nt, Shooter's Choice. @tc~~

Bore brushe:s

,Bronz@: bristle I' coppe.r J :bras;s recommended, nylon okay! stai.n.less. s't,eel NEVER EVER,! ! ! !

Soft, absorben~. Have seen toilet paper used sllcce:ssfully t but 'I'~ca'mmend knit pat.che s ~ W()ven pat,ch.e;s, leav@ s.trings .. Southern Blo()mers good. :pat,c.hes

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Lubrica.nts. -

Pres~rvat.i ves> WD-·40 Ls a pre:5H::rva·t.i va not; a. .1 uhr.i.cant r Break~free is good, Balistol,RIG1 etc~.

CARE AND CLEANING

Barrel

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Cl·ean from the chanber e'nd.always I I!

Push. the hrush or the pat.ch t,hrough in or e stroke4

Brush with solvent Was,h. brush!!!

,Pa.tch dry until c Lean , r@pea.ting' brushing if

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Lube barrel inside and cue to prevent rust~ Fouling shots are!

:Fr,ame: Clean wi t.n mineral spiri.'t sal vent;,s and brush. to remove large deposits of carbon and dirt. Generally Lube thr()uqho.ut

Magazine wip,e off thre outside arid t,he 'follow'er t.hen lube very li'qhtly'

Visual C'h.e.cks-' Th@ ope:['ator should Kn.O'W their gu.n well enough to know if th€re is some~hing wrong with it~ They should pe rform a. visua.l inspe'ctian of th.e gun as· 't.h,ey are. cle,aning: i.t 1I

Reporting - Encourage your people to report problems, not fear retributio~~ -

OPERATING PRI,N'CIPLE

There are th.re'e cemmon Ly accept;ed op,eratir.u;r pr.inci'Pl~5 used to operata, an auto loading firea,:rm,. They are ur i Li.z.ati on of th.e

'k' ~ "n' = t' ~ 'c ,a n- a rgy' ' . -t' r ~n.' e:" f" - -:-,:- ""'~ ;-',~ *' 'Ii,. ,~, r· '0' .und l eo 'f- i r ed T'" he 'p'i"'I,'w' 'd', '"" r

,,,,,,", "-",~' '='" ,0;;. ',' ' '':'' Q- __ ,gI' ,OrInEh .. £ as, I;,;,.,!;,!!.G, "','. Id., ~,o:o! . .-b, 0:;:;;::'" , ' G, ,,' ...... , -, , ..:;;:-'-

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.i.n ,ia me ern c art r,~'dg'e ,1, s CO 11 V E!: rt. 'E!: . .1 n a "a ._:' 0 zen.

mi,l,lisecand,s from a, dry'- pawde:r t.o ex,pand.ing ga.:ses g-o-o t.o lODO

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t;l.m,eS~,l,l!,'e vo UiifiiQ 0' l11e paw: ,er~,.,' ,1, .aona y', ne pre s sure o:

this expanrlin; gas can average 38,000 psi with a peak of over 43 j 000 'pSi i.n a. 91'mm x, 19 cartr.idg',e '.'

This firing causes many things to happen~ First, as the gases expand th~ bullet move,s 'fro:m "the case into the ba,rre.l and 't"he fore 9, requi,!"'ed ,to m.ov'e ,the bull.et cauae.s an exact :forc e to be

~x,t:!I,!",+:$A 4 ,n', t\...l,a ..... "0, ,o'oi!!!'!3 .: t:· ~ d"l.~ ' .... ,~j"!I' .. " .-;;n','" TC:'hi ~ TN; " I" be ..... ome : .... ecoil.

_. ~ _ lor ~ U . .L..IL..... ~ W. G.;;;,6,..!i:i; ".;I.;., ~ '\;;w. ~.;;.m;. '."I, ~ "~ iIIIi!i ~ _ _ IopI _ ~ _ _ .h ~ _

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.en,~:rqy and 1.$ th.e power behind two Q f t.he opera t '~ n.g

principlgs~ S~cond, the gases behind the bullet are continuing t,c expand , Th,e;y push t,he bull'e't down t'he bore .impartin.g ,spin to th@ bullet b~ the inscriotion of the bulJet on the lands and grooves of iha bore~ T~~se grooves are in the shape of a

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spl.ra wn l..C_ rna" es t,' e < U ,et turn. as .1, tr,iav,e:-- S ClOWn .ne

bar~~l T~ ~~n ~~-hl.· -~~- ., ·t- -f~ ~~~n. of ~lm·o·~t' 8-0~ ~O···O·· ¥~-m~ l'TI

.. . .. ..(. 'G .... ,",",.'4- 6 Gl . q"";': .", eo;, Ell a, r a ' : Ell 0·· . ~,!jJ....L .. , •... . ,a···: ..• :o;j,' .. . . f V . ..' ,a:",' £"" _. ,. ,,~, .

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a smm '", The expandf.nq gase:s i:f vented. and applied to, p,ist;,'ons. or

rods can be made ~o power the mechanism of the auto loader"

T--h"· M, ,'-,1 M' ~1' 4' u .... 16-, R·" '" 'I" ',,'I t" :" 11' t"I·O':' 1'1' ·~-i:t:O"" ' ~ .... 'h'1." 'i"'I~ gu.' 'n' ·~·n·~

',€ ,,'.-., f .. ~' .. 'f l·~, .... ,. "em,J."o,g .on ' v· .•.. t . !;;I.. mg,,... .. ,· ,U'G .' . 'I' '""'" 1>,;1;,

Desert Eagle are just a few of the gas operated weapons used~

One of the features of the gas operat~d gun is that the barr€l is. s.t at; ion g,ry and 't.ha't ,t he -g",a s i ,S), ve' nt. e d from the barre 1 fO'rw"ard of th~ 'mid point of' t:he barrel .. This, creates ,a d.elay which enables the bullet to leave the muzzle and the pressure to drop to a safe level prior to the action opening~

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On.e me t hoc 0,., ut,1"",,1,Zi..ng' t~,~e reco,~!, energy ~s cal,' ,e, ,9 .. ,cn.q'"jac,,",

and broken into two type$~ the simple and the delayed. The simple blowback system uses the mass of ~he bolt to cause the d.,e 1 ay·. nee ~ asarv for 'the bu 11 et t.o l,eave

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!;,.",. 8: :m.u.z Z,.i.. e .. . z~,s I' .:il r;:;:.e....; .,l"ng I ,OGen r .... .;;) .,r'9 ase gu.c _ ~ ~,·,:LU'6 . 'oJ',~ Y' .. " ..

mosst; ama I 1 .. 22 SE!:ltl,i pistols a,r€, simple b l owback , D:ela.y,ed bl-owba,ck. however ins't,ead of' using the, mas s of th.e bo,l t incol:'p'o'ra,te:s: a mechanica.l di,$,advantag;e whi.ch, must, be overc,ome ~a unlock the bolt and open the action~ In the case of the HK MP5 the disadvantage is caused by the rol1ers~ Thi5 style of belt system enabl~s the bolt to be light~ If the G3 used the

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simple blOWback, th@ bolt would weight 36 Ibs~

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The :MP5 fUhc.'tions th,rouqh th'e util,i,z:a.t.ion of th.e synunetr.ical transmission ,of ener'gy" The equal and oppos i te, reaction t.o the bull.et t'raveli,ng down the· bo,re pro'V.ides mere tha.n enough en,e,rgy to funetio,n, "t.b.e: gun.

In the recoil operated system the barrel and breech, barrel and bo Lt; -" barrel and slide r emed.n closed w'.b.ile -the me'cna,nism is in recoil until the bullet leave the bore and the pressure dzepe to' a sa..f·e level. T'hi.s Ls done t,hrouq.h timin.g j' - but the barr,el in. a r,eco,il syst,em moves .. E.xa.mples are numeroua a.s all Brownin.g design pistol,s are 'recoil operated. 'The Browning H:iPow.'er I' M1911,All S,eretta I' Smith. auto's j' Gl,oe.kJ' Sig and many more to inc 1 ude our own 'US'P.

A reoccurring sequence of mechanical events which take place in the operation of'~ a,n_~, -"t I d' f"

au, -0 o,a~,:ng' _'l,:cearm, ~

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removing ,a round :fra"m. the ,maga,z Lrie ~

'')Ii, ~ ·'th;;e" CII Ll'D' ~ m':' '0' 'V-'~'a e '·f·· ..... """.,.".~ r-d 11"D' '""~ r' ..I!-..h--·e p"r"e' e'~U1"""'e ,... f ..... h ~

A~ <_ .. ~ ~,.' .. ~ '," .... ~,..:II :"' ... - y,~ "ti.l.:.....:: . .:". ~ u~~· ~:..:.~"_ ... ...:. '.- '~G .J-. - u _~. ~ ... ~

~:xpan.d.i.n9 rec'oil spri.ng'l t,he feed pawl in the. a Li.de rid.es b t th l' f 'h . .. ~ t ~ ,~e:w'een ' na ~,l;P,S: 0': ·t~"e 'm,a,'gazl,ne srt,!",l,p:pl.ng a rou:ni;), OU:~ 01:

the ma.ga.zine and, f eed.ing i.t errec t,he f El'eO! ramp and th'e:n

Lrrt ...., ·t· 'h" ~ ..... h ;-;,'ii'fto fi-"..ii"> r:

....t- .... ~ ....... ' I.G. ~..:...:~~~~'I '!!!

C'HAJe' 'E'RIN"G

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'I' ' .•... , •. '.' •. '. _I

plac i.:ng the: r'cund ill to- the chamber '0,£ the

'l....~.'!ii"' ..... - 11 and ""''''''' ~, ... -: '," ,'...... ~'rJ"11y"

....,-I~~.,:,,~: "", ~_,--'L,.i!. ~'~'4!"'-";' ng ~ "'", ,b. .... _ c, .. , ..

'The slide pu,s:ih.e:s the round fo:rward Lrreo ,the: ch.a.mb,e,r u.ntil the mouth of the cartridae comes to rest on the end of

...

the chamb,~r ..

As the round is in t.he final srtag'€,s 0,£: ,chambering t,he round. is held :by this extrac"tor :50 chambering is, compl,e,te bv the, time the barrel 5t,arts: to move wheri the: slide

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comes in contact with the barrel hood and starts pushing

t,he barre,l. f.o:rw'ard with ,t.ll,s· s,li-de ..

closing and lockinq of the hreech mechanism prior to the shot.

The slid~, being pushed by the recoil spring, continues t,o apply pressure to ,t'he: ba,rr-el whi.ch. cams 'up on 'th.e sl ide, r~.1 e.ase' axl,e and th,e barr,e 1 breech ,1.i fts and lock.s into the ejection pprt.

:FIRI'NG

....

ignition of the propellant powder

The 'trigger is pulled and the t'rigge:r bar moves forwa.rd pu Ll, in'g' fo:t:w.',ard on t,he bot,t;cnn 0 f t.he, catch whieh pi.vot; on the SE!:ar axle and ]Lift.s the ':CirinO' o.i,n black in t.ne slide ,~ I t also- eorrt ec t s th8 r'a,ll pin - on 'th.e se,ar and

n'li'~ll~ t""'h--'~' '.- C'--".- ·""'t - .. .,;g .... ·h'" .. ·, hamme r hock 'r,e,I' e""a-~";-nrr *'·h· ~

.tf" '1".1;, .. ;;;!! ", . €i: sear au ". O,L ","" I e, ~. ~~!i;!;U,G _ H , . ~.&.- ~ "'", ._ ....

hammer . Th-e h,arn;m,er fall sand hi,ts the :fi.r ing pin whi.c.h

h" h . h . d ' ". t.: th

~ t s t,'. e prJ-'m.er.. T" e pr.:l.ms:["', eton,a.t. €! s ;!' J.gnJ.. :.~n.g .:, e

prop~llant powd~r and firing has occurred~

UNLOCKING -

re'mo'Va.l 0 f Q,ny b locK"i"ng me chan.i, $l,m f rcm the breech 50 ~he breech can apen~

The re£ult~nt forc~ of ~he cartr~dge firing creates an impa.ct on the, 'face ,of t.he slide and t,.h~ ba.rrel recoils to ~h~ rear with the slide. As the slide moves the f~rst few millimet:rs the angled locking lugs on th.e bottom of th~

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9 .X 1,9 mm f ... 40 S'W

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9 x 19 mm ! .40 S'W

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Unlocking,

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Un~ockin!g

Bufler Syst,e,m ,activated 1,4

barrel contact the anaular surface of the recoil guide 4' T'h,e resrul ting' i;roac't cause ~th"e--barre.l to be out of bat; t e ry 'W .i.t.h "the s Li de and compr'e ss,e,s the ~pring for the first time_

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pulled.

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EXTRACT!:NG -

r,e,m.oval of the fired, ·cart,ridg'8' ca,se I or a round :from the chamber.

As the bullet is leaving the barrel the slide and barrel ~,r:',~ un l ~''''"=kin' i"'f and ,;io,'h= c.~i Ld e' C("!I'I"I,t:':; n u"'e'~ "'t""""";:;Ii"....,..?'~"r..;;! 'w" '*"\..0-': -U' ~

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the barr~ll but the extractor does take the empty case wit,h it",

expulsion of the round or fired case from 'the.: gun~,

The extractor holds the empty case to the face of the slid~ as it travels to the rear~ The extractor creates a oivot a'n"~ th.a ~J'~~~o~¥ p-cr-c'o'v~-J.~,d-~5~ ~ ~~n-:t~~t nel"n-c't· ~c t;,bo

_ " .": 1_:"" I ~" - .I~ .~. 1II::iiii~ l... " .. ~ . -r- ",' ," , 1" __ ~", ~ ~yl, _-'~"'" '._ .:......:. ••. _. " _: ~~ .. JI1IIL~

,s;lide rakes t,he cas;e over 'the: e j,ecto,r r knocking .it out, ,of the ejection part.

s.

COCKI:HG

.... '

re:set,t.ing' 0 f t.he trigger mech.anism to ,e'na.ble subsequent ahot.s t.o be 'fired,;, NOTE = cCH:k.ing is HOT com.plete at t,.hi,s ·t.ime 1 ,!

In the first few millimeters of movem~nt th€ slide rid~s aver the d~scQnnectcr and pr~sses it dQwn~ Thi6 di,s enqag'~s t,he trigge,r bar from t,h,e: 'h,anune rand. C Q,tch ~ Th,S! ,slide a.Lso starts cock Lnq the hammer back 4 The slid.e en.ds its rea.,rward travel with. ·the: front inside of the sLi.de imp-acting the, ·:recoil. spr.ing guide e auai.nq th.e, buff,s'l: s:p-ring: to be conpreased ag.ain i

The s.1 ide t ra"J e.l e fa:rw a rd t hro ug,h f e e~ding I c h,amb,e, r i n..g' , lac,king'.; and, comae to rest bef(rr'e the shooter c an re:le,as,e h.i,s; fing-I~r from t,he 't:ri.g'aer ~ T'he disc:ol1nectar also re:5HEfts

i' 'I' -. ~ ..., ~ - -

a.n l.'t,,$ slo,t and 't.he tr;L'gg:er bar po'ps up:wara. due 'tD the

spri.ng. and :pl u,ng'~'r under it"

As the shooter releases his finger the trigger bar is allcn,iil'ed t,C) move ,fa:~'a.rd and a,~, the p,ro'pe:r tim~: r,e:~ngagr~5 it,s ,aCC'9,S;S not.ch i.n. the hamme r ~ The pi z t.e 1 is n.o'w ready

t f· .

':0' _,.l,re ,aga~n~,

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DISAS,SEMBLY

("I'L-·ID-:E:C:-'

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Barrel

-

pull it OU~ of the slide

ReC011 spring guide rod assembly ~

........... , I c. .i.n

lIii.'U... .. ..b. ..

buffer spring on the rod~ Drive it out and the buffer spring wiJl come

-:"..:;' ·~tl' ck l I

OI:J.., q!;,;l!",_'_';"',y,;,

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1J.:'·. ,·.·_l~

Ej.['tra,ctor -

Drive out the roll pin, bottom to top to keep from 5carr~n; the pin visibly

Firing pin.

Remove the roll pin and the firing pin block can be removed as well as ~he sDring~ The firing pin can then be, :tEntlo,ved out the - back 0 f t,be:

l"d

s l.'e ~

Front sight

Drift aut eith~r side

Rear sight

Drift out either side

F-- - - RAM:E

Push out sear axle (left to right)

R@MoVe detent plate

Remove disconnector

~u.ll h,a.mmer back slightly and remov,e ca tch

Lift control lever and remove sear _

,~~~~,J~~~

Squee z'e top and bot t"carl; 0 f fr.ame and push out, .1 any az'd Loop

inse,rt pin

Remc)ve lany,ard loop inser.t and. hemme r spring

*~~~,~~

1""1' ~

Push ,hammer axl.e out left to right

L,Lft. aut .hamm.er

Lift and remove trigger bar

Turn pistol over and Q'unl'p hammer $'t,:rut, out; of frame

Tap frame and remove t,rig;ger bar detmnt and $pr.ing as well as control lever slide and sorincr

;.-;: .:...'

Disengage. cent~~ tab on sear (flat) spring

pull sear spring out from top

Push trigger pin out right to left

Remove trigger and trigger rebound spr~ng

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_ USLc- 0 U,t, maga,z,~,I1li9, re ea,5,S: ax 8

Remove magazine r@lea~e and spr~n;

MAG"AZINE

Depress maqaz Lne 1,ock.1n.g 'Plate and :remove m,aga,zin'9 floor pla:te,

Remove maqa2ine follower and spring

U'Ji;'-'AZIN'E'

.It~~·",:· .... ;.; ".

Insert follower and spring

De,pre,ss spri,ng with l.ockin,;, plate ,and slide 'floorpl,ate on from front to rear un~il locking plate snaps into place

Fit magazine spring onto magazine release and place ~n fram,s

18

Drive axle in place

F. i t tri,gger into, 'fr,ame and insert rebound spri.ng from the 'tOD

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Push in trigg~r axle

Holding sear spring wi.th pi.i,ers: insert Lrrt.o frame

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~~~. w W~~ii p~~ers W~L~e

l~gs with special tool

depressing ~wo outer spring

I neoi!!!Jr""" , . '. ..6':= : .~

frame

trig'g,er

bar

d.·e.t~'ii"iI" :- ~ ,'- ~!.li lb.

a.nd

spr~,ng

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.I nse rt, cern rol 1 eve:r slide and S,tl.'r ing 1 rrt.o f r ame

D rap hamme r s"t.rut i,n to f r a.me

Fit tri,ggErr bar orrco trigg"er and rotat,e into fr,ame

Depress 'tr,iq9'er bar and insert hamme r axle

Fit ha.mm,er into frrune and push axle thr'ougrh

Depress, control control lever

leve:r

slide wit,h,

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f!: -_. Ylill

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Pre's,s in s"ear

....... ·t ' h z:l. ' ~n ca.,te"

Slide in disconnector

Lift sear enougb to insert punch l~ft to right through ,frame,

Ins9rt sear aXle right to left pushing out punch

Fit detent plate into position

Fro,m the bot term po s:i t.io"n strut i,f ne,c ess ary and .inst,all h,amme,r sprin'g!

F it, lanyard loop Lnser+ on, spring', sl':'de into fram,€! I.' compress spring and ins~al~ insert pin

SLIDE

Insert firing pin and springt notch to the right, firinq pin block (solid portion in the 9 to 12 o~clock position, and sp,r.ing'

Hold firing pin depressed as you drive in roll pin 'Driv,e in, 3 x 14num1 roll pd.n from the ·co·t;:tom

Inst,a,ll @xt,racto,r an.d spri.ng and ,ciri.ve in J x 14,mm, roll pin from the bcttom~

Drift in rear sight 'Drift in frQnt ,5.ight

Fit barrel back into slide

Fit recoil spring onto guide rod and install unit into s li.d,e group

-- l;oilj' '1·

He ~ iJ)..n'g roeco~, spr ~ng'

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re~nstal , onto frame

rod

a,.$,sembly

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Insert slide releas~

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,PERFORM FU1lCTIOB ,CHECK

USP function check

V;::.;r;1 an '.... .,/iI'l

~: 6~' =--:,~ 'r!':

2~ Decock using the control lever~

:3 ,., Pu.ll t,he tr ig~;ler dcru.ble acz i on ~

Put t,.he sa£:et.y

on

Work the slide with the safety -On

Take the safety- Off~

8 ..

9"

Hold the trigger to the rear

10.

11..

Releas,e th.e- 'tr.i.;ge~r and, pull t.hrough si.ngle a.et.ian.

12.

Insert the magazine.

1 ..... ' .,:..

Pull slide to the rear locking it back~

14.

Remove the magazine.

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TROUBLESH'OO~ING

Malfunc't,ion

corxece ian

,F all urs' to,:, Feed

Magazi.ne

broken

liTH; br(}k,en s'p r.i.n,g b ro,ke n lo,aded wrong' :not seated

bro"k,en/ben t

rep Lace replace

repl sprin'g' reload. r®:seat re~pl.EJ..ce clean r,e,place

c Laan ch.amber a new round. replace .replac~

Re coi-l s,p r i.11g W'eaoon dirty Ammu:ni,ti.an

C.h,ambe:r f,oule,d De'I:orIn:ed cartr.idc,~

~'

Weak or broken recoil spring Fraro,~ damaged

Lock.

Slide movement obstructed

"'l'~:.-r' ~.:.--...~~:.

F-·· '~ k

1. r ~,:n.g pa.n 0 r sp r l..,ng' ~ 1"'0,'" en

,No't fully Locked

r,eplace ,se,at slichs ,8, n d .!!!j't"am't"'i't' to'

w..' ' ..... ~.·I·r· ... "- '-:

fire aoain

...

r'e:place h a,,'mm e'" ,sp'ri,ng

Fa ul ty ammuni,t.ion

,chamber a n'e:w round

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Ext,ract

Chamber foul,ad Extracto:r broken

clean zepl ace

Extractor/extr spring broken Extractor spring wea~ 'Ejector broken

re,plaee. replace replace

C'o .... ·k

. ¥,_:,

Recoil hard

Ii amme· r b ro 'k, e. n

S e",a"r not fun.c'ti cn.i.n q. c. orr ect ly

Buffer not func~ionin9

replace re.placle

z e p La c e

bu.f'~er:"

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LTI {Lim.it.ed T'echnical Insp·e,ct,ion,

Ma,intenance a,ct.ivities are called upon to perform, equipment inspections as one of their functions~ These inspeC'tio,ns ar'iS!' 'gener,ally re ferred. to, as tTl I- s , They ar'e limited in t,he sense that they do not require f'ull ex.amination of each technical fa,cet o,f the equipment, but have a,s 'th.elr p1urpose a lasser olbjective. LTI"s are d.i rected at d.e,te rmining the ef:fect,i v'enoe5s 0 f a. m"ai.ntenanee prolgram; or d.e'term,in.ing wea.pon safety for firi,ng range use '. LiT I ~s are required. when de'terminin'9 budget and ordering requirements for parts and supplies~

'l!J,ro'-le..::l"""'re' '. c· _ .' . Wi. 'Q lliilil' "'!II

Tlhia Ls an exam'pl,e of how 'the in,51.pectic'n, of ,the: US!? can

be conducted: -

PRIOR TO -rHE LTI THE PI,S'TOL, MUST 'FI:RST BE. eI'W'N A SAFETY

CH" "E·C'· 1I;''OD- ~N F'IET" e',"D'IPP":''!IIoD

[ .'_''':''.1'\, A.In - "'~, I,·~ tiOi!I.;!;,~, ,~..:."

Once t.he: 5·erial nl.l!mlH::r is accurately rec.orded:

Inspect:

muzzle

observe for dents burrs, bulges

sam.e as above plus. finish, bands and cracks

sli.de same a.s above:

front sl,ght.... c racked , be:nt I broken or loose

cracked, bent, broken or loose

fr.ame

--

cracksl dents, bulgesr excessive wea,r., mi.ssin.g parts,

Assemh 1 a ¥h' -: t .... :::.- -p."0: : n-;' and d "'" a- f:: unc t Lo n c hee ~.;;>

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'This. type o'f Lnspe ct.Lon i.$· UEH~~d whe.nev'9:r a weapon needs to be inspected.. It, is Techn.i.cal in. nat.ur,a but i:t Ls limited ee visua.l and. ve:ry 'o,asic m,ea.5ure·m.ents take.n"

Uses fo<r t.he LTI are many';- here are acme examp.:"'e.s.. " .• Pre-range fire insp~ctiQn ~ Can be as detailed as th.e: i.nsp,ect.or w'anes but shou l d at; the very le.ast include a check Qf the safe~~es and rod the bore~

Pos~ shooting inspection ~ a must after a shootinq. Hav'e: your papezwo rk in ,order feu:.' th.i,s one sin.ce it. will end up in ccurt~

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Scheduled periodic inspectioD ~ this type of inspe'ction Ls where the· minor problems caused by w·ea.r are. noticed and ·repa.ired :before they become rna jar pr'obl,ems .~ S,ho,uld be performed a.t 1 eas·t. .annuallY" bu.t. can be as often as n.ecessa.r.r

d'~~~n'd~~nn 'on u"~e,r n'e··e,d·

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RECORD .RE.I,PING

Used t,c .k.eep tr'ack of gun.s. If a gun leaves l~':Jur ,armory i.t should havEl: a signa.ture fo!" each, Nerv'er ge·t rid 0 f the record of tha·t t.r.a,ns-£"9.r .. In the: arma ry T a. 5,e· rio al i ze d i.nventoty sh.ould be ke.pt .and 'verifie,d at, lea.st .annually,. W'eapons in cne armo,ry" should o,e stored by ms.k.e and model .. a.nd Ln s e ·r·3. al' n ~ ~~,...,~ ¥ ,~~ q--~~. ~ n c. 'E!.~

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Round. count;

Need· t,o ks@·p as a.ccurate a round courre as possibl e ..

Maintenance reco~ds

Each serial. number should have a ma.intenance recordL., !:veryt:hi:n.g d:one to the gun. as well as 't.h,e date and 'f..be anTIrOrer per'forming' ·th,e ma.inte,n.anc e ahou Ld be noted.

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U'SP P,ARIS~ST 12/3/93

Item Desqlpcion

E.xttactDI' spring Emm:tc'r

Rcll'~ ISO 8748 . 3 X 14 mm (Etu-a.ctor I ftrr.:ng pin)

Rear sight··

Plastic imen (wwte sight de [) Prom ..;~ ... * i 6-.,4 ....... ~ ...

_ • ~ \ II ,iI.,.Ii.llrli.'J

From'sigiLt'" (6.6 mm)

From' :sight ... (16.8 mm) - standard, From:: slgilt'* ('i. 0 mmJ

Pi o.m. silht.... (7,2 mr.n)

F:roDI, sip-.:·r , (".4- mm)

,Bm4ei (.,40 S'.W)

Bum! (9 X 19 mm Luger) ,SlidJ!! 1(~40 S& W1l, cpl,

- -',' ,/h".~

.sUd,e' (9 X 19 ,mID. L.ugu) ~ cp],

S11de C40 S&'W) t incp L

Slide (9' X 19 mm Luger) j incpl i Firing Plin spring

Firing pin

F'irlng: pin block: S-PMgf'iring pin bhxk ~Usprlnr

Bufi'm- spdnr retainer BWfer~'" .. ·

, ---- rI!!II!I~~, iii ..

'~n spring retain,££,

Recoil ,spring guide red, inept.

Roll 'p~ ISO 8748 '. ,3 .• S X 1 () 'm;m (buffer spring nu:ainer.) . H,e!:oil/Buffer spring as,s'ernbIy, cpl,

Sllde.~e - " ,

TiL .

ns:gcr ~ar~ cpl ..

T!!ggu 'bar det~ Trigger bar demnm spring ~or

Sear'me

Cuch,

Oetmte plate (van.ant '1 +- 2) De.!aw! plate. (-varian;t· 3 + 4) Detem:e plate, (variant .s y6,.9 & 10) Shaped spring (slide: release)

Flat SPiring (searl catch)

l1amm'm" (variant 1-4" 9 &. 10). incni,

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Hammer m.e (variant 1-6., 9 &. 1 QJ Hammrx aXfe (varian! 7)

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