You are on page 1of 167

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012

SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

Operator’s Manual
5.56mm Lightweight Machine Gun, MK46 MOD1
NSN 1005-01-534-3682

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT B: Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies to protect
proprietary information 15 Feb 97.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE – For unclassified, limited documents, destroy by any method that will
prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.
28 February 2006
FN Manufacturing, LLC. P.O. Box 24257 Columbia, SC 29224

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

Operator’s Manual
5.56mm Lightweight Machine Gun, MK46 MOD1
NSN 1005-01-534-3682

1.

Retain this sheet in front of manual for reference purposes.

2.

Dates of issue for original and changes are:
Original

28 February 2006

Stay clear of muzzle and always keep weapon pointed downrange.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 WARNINGS 1. 6. Operators firing left-handed should not roll up right arm sleeve of clothing. 7. inspecting. 3. Be sure to clear weapon before disassembling. 4. a . make sure the barrel is locked tightly. transporting or storing. Before firing. 5. Hot fired cartridge cases may strike right arm as they are ejected from the weapon when firing left-handed. Never open the cover of weapon if the barrel is hot and you suspect there is a live round in chamber. Never remove trigger mechanism before weapon is cleared. cleaning. Keep safety on until ready to fire. Removal of the trigger mechanism from a loaded weapon will cause a runaway. 2.

Use only blank M200 Ammunition with the Blank Firing Attachment (BFA). 12. 14. Always look into chamber after clearing weapon. This includes other models of machine guns or foreign versions of this weapon. b . 11 Do not interchange barrel assemblies (to include spare barrel) or bolt assemblies from one weapon to another without having headspace checked.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 WARNINGS (cont) 8. With ammunition and weapon exposed to the sun on a hot sunny day a cook-off can occur with 50 rounds of continuous firing. 10. or interchange components other than those authorized by this manual. use repair parts. Dispose of live rounds appropriately. 13. Do not modify components. Do not allow round to hit any hard surface or it may fire. Never reload a runaway weapon until it has been repaired or replaced. 9.

The firing of long sustained bursts of greater than 25 rounds or a continuous firing of approximately 200 rounds will present a danger of “cook off” in the event a malfunction occurs. c . and remain clear for 15 minutes. 20. Never remove a hot barrel to clear malfunction. push safety to right (red band not visible). Keep weapon pointed down range. If nothing is ejected and barrel is hot (200 rounds fired within a 2 minute period). Wait 15 minutes for barrel to cool. 17.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 WARNINGS (cont) 15. 18. clear your weapon. and will accelerate the wearing out of the barrel. 19. All personnel shall wear approved single hearing protection devices during training exercises. 16. Blank ammunition should not be fired toward personnel within 20 feet or less from the muzzle because fragments of a closure wad or particles of unburnt propellant may inflict injury within that range. DO NOT open the cover. Ensure moving part components are in the forward position.

23.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 WARNINGS (cont) 21. and Notes pertaining to the use and maintenance of sound suppressor. Separation of the Trigger Mechanism when the weapon is loaded will create a runaway weapon. Ensure barrel is not obstructed by water and mud. Cautions. d . the Trigger Mechanism can separate from the weapon. 22. refer to Special Operations Peculiar Modifications Accessories kit ST 23-31-1 and heed all Warnings. If it works completely out. When the Lower Pin (pivot) retention is not positively retained it can work loose during firing. Sound Suppressor Kit.

e . or gas block. etc. 7. 5. doing so renders the weapon not “Combat Ready” and if bolt is mistakenly charged when ammunition has been loaded with the safety on. DO NOT use abrasives to clean the bore. 2. Be sure to clean your barrel(s) bore from chamber end to the muzzle end with barrel removed from weapon. 6. hand tighten only. damage to the weapon and/or ammunition can occur. gas cylinder. 4.CAUTIONS NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. To avoid damage to equipment. Ensure barrel(s) is not obstructed by water or mud. gas cylinder. The weapon can be manipulated to the close bolt on a empty chamber and placed the safety in the on position (red band not visible). sealed buffer. Rotate usage of Barrel Assemblies to minimize wear. DO NOT lubricate chrome areas of piston. 3. piston. or gas block. However. DO NOT use dry cleaning solvent on plastic components. 8. DO NOT use tools to tighten Blank Firing Attachment.

Improper assembly of the transfer mechanism can cause damage to the receiver and/or the assembly itself. Do not lubricate ammunition. the receiver hooks can be bent. when the buttstock is pivoted in the up position for pinning. If ammunition is wet or dirty. 11. f . the pin can be sheared. Dust and other abrasives that collect on oily ammunition are damaging to operating parts of the weapon. wipe it off with a dry rag prior to use. Never touch a Hot Barrel. inside the receiver.CAUTIONS (cont) NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 9. If the horizontal pins of the transfer assembly are not placed on the hooks. 10. If the horizontal pins of the transfer assembly are rotated to the vertical position and the bottom pin is hooked into the lightening hole in the bottom of the receiver. Lubricated cartridges produce excessive chamber pressure. damaged or lost when weapon is fired.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK g .

Government agencies to protect proprietary information 15 Feb 97. destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.S. DESTRUCTION NOTICE – For unclassified.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Operator’s Manual 5. MK46 MOD1 (NSN 1005-01-534-3682) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT B: Distribution authorized to U.56mm Lightweight Machine Gun. LLC P.O. SC 29224 i . Box 24257 Columbia. limited documents. FN Manufacturing.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 REPORTING ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING IMPROVEMENTS Errors in this publication or recommendations for its improvement shall be Submitted to: Commander Crane Division Naval Surface Warfare Center Attn. Bldg 2521 300 Highway 361 Crane. IN. 47522 ii . Code 4081.

Prevention and Control 1.1 Scope 1.6 Equipment Data iii PAGE 1-1 1-3 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-5 1-6 1-12 .2 Corrosion.3 Reporting Equipment Improvement Recommendations (EIR) Equipment Description 1. Capabilities and Features 1.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 Section I Section II INTRODUCTION General Information 1.5 Location and Description of Major Components 1.4 Equipment Characteristics.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

CHAPTER 2
Section I
Section II

OPERATING INSTRUCTION
Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
2.1 Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
Operation of Weapon
2.2 Operation of Weapon
2.3 Loading
2.4 Clearing
2.5 Field Zero, Rear Sight
2.6 Field Zero, Front Sight
2.7 Confirmation of Battlefield Zero
2.8 Immediate Action
2.9 If Immediate Action Does Not Work
2.10 Stuck Cartridge Case or Live Round
2.11 Runaway Machine Gun
2.12 Barrel Assembly
2.13 Bipod Positioning and Stowage
2.14 Accessory
2.14.1 Stock Assembly, Collapsible
2.14.2 100 Round Assault Magazine
2.14.3 Blank Firing Attachment (BFA)
2.14.4 Blank Firing Barrel (BFB)
2.14.5 Sound Suppressor (SOPMOD)
iv

PAGE
2-1
2-2
2-11
2-11
2-12
2-18
2-22
2-27
2-30
2-31
2-33
2-34
2-38
2-39
2-40
2-42
2-42
2-44
2-47
2-50
2-51

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

CHAPTER 2
Section III

OPERATING INSTRUCTION (cont)
Operation Under Unusual Condition
2.15 Environment/Weather (Protective Measures)
2.15.1 Exposure to Water-Mud
2.15.2 Hot-Wet/Salt Air
2.15.3 Hot-Dry-Sand-Dust
2.15.4 Cold-Ice-Snow

CHAPTER 3
Section I

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION
Lubrication Instructions
3.1 Lubrication Guide
Troubleshooting Procedures
3.2 Troubleshooting
Maintenance Procedures
3.3 Field Strip (Disassembly)
3.3.1 Sling & Snap Hook Assembly
3.3.2 Cover, Feed Mechanism Assembly
3.3.3 Buttstock w/Hydraulic Buffer
3.3.4 Trigger Assembly
3.3.5 Drive Spring & Return Rod Transfer Mechanism

Section II
Section III

v

PAGE
2-53
2-53
2-55
2-55
2-56
2-56

3-1
3-1
3-3
3-3
3-16
3-16
3-16
3-17
3-18
3-19
3-20

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

CHAPTER 3

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION (cont)
3.3.6 Moving Parts (Operating Rod, Slide Assembly &
Bolt Assembly)
3.3.7 Barrel Assembly
3.3.8 Gas Cylinder Assembly
3.3.9 Bipod Assembly
3.4 Cleaning, Inspection and Repair
3.5 Field Strip (Assembly)
3.5.1 Bipod Assembly
3.5.2 Gas Cylinder Assembly
3.5.3 Barrel Assembly, Fluted
3.5.4 Moving Parts (Operating Rod, Slide Assembly &
Bolt Assembly)
3.5.5 Drive Spring & Return Rod Transfer Mechanism
3.5.6 Trigger Assembly
3.5.7 Buttstock Assembly w/Hydraulic Buffer
3.5.8 Cover, Feed Mechanism Assembly
3.5.9 Sling & Snap Hook Assembly
3.6 Function Check

vi

PAGE
3-21
3-22
3-23
3-24
3-25
3-42
3-42
3-43
3-44
3-45
3-48
3-50
3-51
3-53
3-54
3-55

2 Stock Assembly.4 Accessory Kit Components (SOPMOD) CHAPTER 5 AMMUNITION PAGE 4-1 4-1 4-1 4-1 4-2 5-1 APPENDIX A Basic Issue Items (BII) Lists Section I Scope .1 Blank Firing Attachment (BFA) 4. Collapsible (Accessory) 4. Cartridge (100 Rd) 4.Basic Issue Items Section II A-1 A-4 APPENDIX B Additional Authorized List Section I Scope Section II Additional Authorized List B-1 B-3 APPENDIX C Expendable/Durable Supplies and Materials List Section I Scope Section II Expendable/Durable Supplies and Materials List vii C-1 C-3 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 CHAPTER 4 Section I MAINTENANCE OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT Auxiliary Equipment 4.3 Magazine.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK viii .

General Information BARREL LATCH FEED TRAY RECEIVER ASSEMBLY TRIGGER MECHANISM ASSEMBLY LEFT SIDE 1-1 BUTTSTOCK W / HYDRAULIC BUFFER .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 FRONT SIGHT CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Section I.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 HEAT SHIELD BARREL ASSEMBLY (FLUTED) COVER ASSEMBLY REAR SIGHT ASSEMBLY BIPOD ASSEMBLY CHARGING HANDLE ASSEMBLY LOWER RAIL ADAPTER RIGHT SIDE 1-2 .

Purpose of equipment: The MK46 MOD 1 machine gun is designed as a fire team automatic weapon providing suppressive fire at extended ranges allowing fire and movement to make contact with and destroy the enemy. softening. While corrosion is typically associated with rusting of metals. 1-3 . 1.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. it can also include deterioration of other materials such as rubber or plastic. MK46 MOD1 w/equipment. swelling or breaking of these materials may be a result of a corrosion problem. It is important any corrosion problems with this item be reported so that the problem can be corrected and improvements can be made to prevent the problem in the future. Type of Manual: Operator’s Manual. PREVENTION AND CONTROL (CPC) CPC of material is a continuing concern. C.56mm. Model number and equipment name: 5. Unusual cracking. B.2 CORROSION.1 SCOPE A. Lightweight Machine Gun.

let us know. Bldg 2521 300 Highway 361 Crane. as the users.3 REPORTING EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIR) If your machine guns need improvement.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. are the only ones who can tell us what you don’t like about your equipment. IN. A reply will be furnished directly to you. Report to: Commander Crane Division Naval Surface Warfare Center Attn: Code 4081. Let us know why you don’t like the design or performance. You. 47522 1-4 . Tell us why a procedure is hard to perform.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Section II. and allow for continuous firing over long periods of time. The weapon contains four (4) integrated rail systems per MIL-STD-1913 capable of mounting various electrooptical devices. or bipod steadied (prone) positions. The MK46 MOD1 is equipped with a spare barrel in addition to the main barrel. CAPABILITIES: The MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun can be used as a Light Machine Gun (LMG). retain accuracy. and fires from the open bolt position. C. The barrel has a preset gas orifice. It has two (2) barrel assemblies to extend the life of the barrels. air-cooled. The bolt is a multiple-lug type which rotates into a positive locked position in the barrel extension prior to firing. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION 1. Gas is taken from the barrel acting on a piston directly to the bolt carrier (slide). CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES A. B. It can be fired from the shoulder. gas-operated. CHARACTERISTICS: The MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun is belt-fed.4 EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS. hand-held. 1-5 . FEATURES: The quick-change barrel is air-cooled and has a fixed headspace.

3. controls functioning of weapon. Allows for easy attachment or detachment of SOPMOD sound suppressor.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. Lower Rail Adapter Allows easy attachment or detachment for mounting of various SOPMOD electro-optical devices on three (3) independent rails. Houses action of weapon and through a series of guide rails. 2. 1-6 . Barrel Assembly Houses cartridge for firing. directs projectile. Rear Sight Assembly Rear sight is adjustable for both windage and elevation. reduces muzzle climb.5 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS Major Components of the Machine Gun are: 1. 4. and supports fixed front sight. Receiver Assembly Serves as a support for all major components. Compensator minimizes muzzle flash.

Cocking Handle Assembly Pulls the moving parts rearward. Cover and Feed Mechanism Assembly Provides support for rear sight and means for gaining access to feed tray. Cover also provides for ease of attachment or detachment for mounting various SOPMOD electrooptical devices. Feed Tray Assembly Serves as a guide for positioning cartridges and assists in chambering.5 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (cont) Major Components of the Machine Gun are: (cont) 5.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. feeds linked ammunition and holds cartridges in position for feeding and chambering. 6. 7. Moves in a guide rail fixed to the right side of receiver. Feed Pawl Assembly Feeds linked belt ammunition. 1-7 . 8. By means of cam and lever action. positions and holds cartridges in position for stripping and feeding.

13. Helical Compression Provides power to the piston assembly for moving slide and bolt assemblies forward during weapon functioning. and extraction. Bolt Assembly Provides feeding.5 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (cont) Major Components of the Machine Gun are: (cont) 9. 11. 12. 1-8 . firing. Spring. Slide Assembly Houses the bolt assembly. firing pin and roller assembly and cams bolt assembly to lock and unlock. 10. Piston Assembly Transfers power from propelling gases to bolt and slide assemblies to function the machine gun (move recoiling-parts rearward). chambering.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. Buttstock Assembly w/Hydraulic Buffer Serves as a shoulder support for aiming and firing machine gun. using the propellant gases and recoil spring for power. Contains a hydraulic buffer for absorbing recoil energy.

15. safety. sear. Sling and Snap Hook Assembly Provides a means of carrying the weapon. Return Rod and Transfer Mechanism Assembly or Rod Assembly. 1-9 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. Bipod..5 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (cont) Major Components of the Machine Gun are: (cont) 14. 16. The two (2) telescopic legs can be individually adjusted to three (3) different lengths. and controls the firing of the machine gun. Trigger Mechanism Assembly Houses the trigger. Operating Absorbs recoil from bolt. Assembly Supports machine gun in prone position. slide and piston assemblies at the end of recoil movement. 17. and transfers recoil pressure to the buffer in the buttstock.

11 Rib Rail Cover Assembly Allows easy attachment/detachment on Lower Rail Adaptors.5 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (cont) Major Components of the Machine Gun: (cont) 18. NOTE: FOR BASIC ITEMS OF ISSUE (BII). Heat Shield Assembly Protects hands and other items from being burnt when coming onto contact with a hot barrel. Provides heat protection for hands. 20. 19. See Appendix A 1-10 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. Gas Cylinder Assembly Locks bipod in place on receiver and provides passageway for operating gases.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 20 EXPLODED VIEW 4 5 6 1 3 7 9 18 2 15 14 13 17 10 8 Not shown 11 12 19 16 1-11 .

) 1. Rail Cover (4 each) Collapsible Buttstock Assembly w/Hydraulic Buffer 200 rd.92 lbs.) 3.02 kg (15.22 lbs.08 kg (0.36 kg (3.) 0.) 0.72kg (1.00 lbs.42 kg (0.17 lbs.) .63 kg (1. Ammo Box (Filled) 100 rd.58 lbs.14 kg (6.94 lbs.39 lbs.) 0.) total 0.28 lbs.52 lbs.49 kg (3. Assault Magazine (Filled) 1-12 1.) Included in Complete Weapon System: Fluted Barrel Assembly Titanium Bipod Assembly Fixed Buttstock Sling Assembly Miscellaneous Accessories Blank Firing Attachment (BFA) Rib.44 lbs.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1.23 kg (0.10 kg (0.) 0.) 0.6 EQUIPMENT DATA Complete Weapon System 7.

0 mm (36.6 EQUIPMENT DATA (cont) Length Overall Weapon (w/o BFA) Barrel Assembly Rifling Twist (RH) 920.) 1 turn in 7 inches Rate of Fire Cyclic Sustained (3-5 burst. 2-3 seconds between bursts) 750 rds / min 85 rds / min 100 rds / min NOTE RECOMMEND BARREL CHANGE AFTER FIRING 200 ROUNDS OF CONTINUOUS FIRING TO ENSURE MAXIMUM BARREL LIFE 1-13 .30 in.) 414.0 mm (16.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1.22 in. 4-5 seconds between bursts) Rapid (8-10 rd burst.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 1. 4 Integrated Rail System 1-14 .800 meters 800 meters (Tracer Burnout) Sights Front Rear Semi-fixed hooded type post Fully adjustable peep type for elevation and windage Attaches various sights by means of grooved dove tail feature.6 EQUIPMENT DATA (cont) Range Maximum Maximum Effective 1.

2-1 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 CHAPTER 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Section I. CLEANING. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) WARNING BE SURE TO CLEAR WEAPON BEFORE DISASSEMBLY. AND WILL ACCELERATE THE WEARING OUT OF THE BARREL. THE FIRING OF LONG SUSTAINED BURSTS OF GREATER THAN 25 ROUNDS OR A CONTINUOUS FIRING OF APPROXIMATELY 200 ROUNDS WILL PRESENT A DANGER OF “COOK-OFF” IN THE EVENT A MALFUNCTION OCCURS. INSPECTING. TRANSPORTING OR STORING.

1 Interval Location Item to Check/Service Procedure Before Machine Gun 5. Bipod Assembly. CAUTION ROTATE USAGE OF THE BARREL ASSEMBLIES TO MINIMIZE WEAR. MK46 MOD 1 includes.G. Not Fully Mission Capable if: M.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. 2-2 . DOING SO MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO PERSON OR DAMAGE TO WEAPON.56.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) Item No.. Softpak Cleaning Kit WARNING DO NOT INTERCHANGE BARREL ASSEMBLIES (TO INCLUDE SPARE BARREL) OR BOLT ASSEMBLIES FROM ONE MACHINE GUN TO ANOTHER WITHOUT HAVING HEADSPACE CHECKED. MK46 Mod 1 W / Basic Items of Issue Visually check for missing or damaged components.

56mm: Visually check for Includes. Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: 1 Before Machine Gun.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. Barrel **Front Sight Adjusting Tool ** 1 for each 4 weapons 2-3 . (cont) MK46 MOD1 missing or Scraper Assy W / Basic Items of Issue damaged Wrench. Spanner components Operator Manual Blank Firing Attachment (BFA) Sling and Snap Hook Assy Barrel Assy (spare) Carrying Case.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. 5.

An 2 Before Barrel Remove barrel. securely in receiver (Spare barrel must also be checked before use) 2-4 . Using cleaning rod assembly and swab. foreign material or obstructions b.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: a.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. remove lubricant. Barrel will Install and lock not lock securely barrel assembly in receiver. obstruction in Assembly (fluted) check bore and barrel cannot be chamber removed.

Obstruction in 3 After Barrel Clear weapon. NOTE WHEN A BARREL IS REMOVED DURING EXTENDED FIRING MISSIONS. LUBRICATION SHOULD BE REAPPLIED AFTER COOLING PERIOD. 2-5 . Barrel will not lock securely in receiver.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: a. Assembly (fluted) check chamber and barrel cannot be removed bore for obstructions Install and lock barrel assembly securely in receiver (Spare barrel must also be checked before use) b.

Feed Mechanism Squeeze cover a.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. opened. 2-6 . latches and close b. Catch and cover.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: 4 Before Cover. Latches fail latches and raise to hold cover cover. Inspect spring fails to cover assembly to hold cover ensure it will assembly remain fully fully open. Let go of shut.

push safety to “SAFE” (RED BAND not visible). Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: With palm up pull Cocking handle 5 Before Cocking does not fully cocking handle Handle rearward to charge charge weapon.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. Confirm that bolt assembly moves freely without binding and locks to rear. bolt assembly should not move forward. Assembly weapon. The bolt 6 Before Safety With bolt assembly locked to assembly moves forward with the the rear (cocked safety engaged.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. position). 2-7 . Pull trigger.

Bolt assembly binds While charging in receiver. Bolt Assembly NOTE ENSURE PROPER LUBRICATION HAS BEEN APPLIED TO THE WEAPON.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Location Procedure Not Fully Mission Item No. 8 After If cyclic rate slows down or weapon becomes sluggish. clear. Cleaning and lubricating weapon does not improve functioning. . Forward to unit armorer for corrective action as soon as possible if weapon does not function properly.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. confirm that bolt assembly moves b. and locks in cocked position. 2-8 a. b. Bolt assembly fails to lock in cocked freely without binding position. Interval Item to Capable If: Check/Service 7 Before a. weapon. clean and lubricate weapon.

clean. LMG disassemble. Spare barrel assembly is not accompanying the weapon.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. include the Gun. b. Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: a. Any part to 9 After Machine Clear. damaged to the extent that it could cause the weapon to malfunction. spare barrel inspect. 2-9 . lubricate.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. assembly is reassemble and broken function check missing or weapon.

broken.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. missing or damaged parts appearance. corrective action.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENACE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) (cont) Item No. 2-10 . Interval Location Procedure Not Fully Item to Check/Service Mission Capable If: Forward to unit 10 Before Sling & Snaphook Visually inspect armorer for Assembly for improperly assembled.

Push safety to right (RED BAND Not Visible). SAFETY OPPOSITE SIDE VIEW 2-11 . OPERATION OF THE WEAPON 2.2 OPERATION OF THE WEAPON WARNING THE FIRING OF LONG SUSTAINED BURSTS OF GREATER THAN 25 ROUNDS OR A CONTINUOUS FIRING OF APPROXIMATELY 200 ROUNDS WILL PRESENT A DANGER OF “COOKOFF” IN THE EVENT A MALFUNCTION OCCURS. COCKING HANDLE (FORWARD POSITION) With palm up. charge weapon by pulling cocking handle to rear.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Section II. to lock bolt (cock weapon). Push cocking handle forward until you hear it click. AND WILL ACCELERATE THE WEARING OUT OF BARRELS.

2-12 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Look into chamber to make sure there is no round chambered.3 LOADING COVER ASSEMBLY Squeeze latches to open cover assembly COVER LATCHES CHAMBER Raise Feed Tray Assembly. Lower Feed Tray Assembly.

DOVE TAIL 100 ROUND SEMI RIGID AMMUNITION PACK Pull outward on ammunition box or magazine to ensure that the aligning box/magazine latch is engaged 2-13 . after aligning box/magazine latch with receiver dovetail.3 LOADING (cont) Attach 100-round semi rigid ammunition pack containing link belt to underside of receiver.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.

3 LOADING (cont) NOTE DURING TRAINING EXERCISES WHERE BROKEN (SHORTENED) BELTS ARE USED AND THE LEAD LINK TAB IS NOT AVAILABLE. 2-14 . Feed pawls will hold belt in the proper position. PLACE THE OPEN LINK WELL ONTO THE FEED TRAY UNTIL THE FIRST ROUND IS AGAINST THE CARTRIDGE STOP. THE LEAD ROUND SHOULD BE STRIPPED FROM THE LINK. THE OPEN SIDE OF LINKS IS DOWN. Close cover assembly.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Place link belt in feed tray assembly with first round against cartridge stop.

Charge Weapon and place safety in safe position (red line not visible). 2-15 .3 LOADING (cont) Loading Using Feeder Strap Attach first link of belt to feeder strap as shown. NOTE: IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE FIRST BULLET TO HAVE A LINK AVAILABLE TO ATTACH THE FEEDER STRAP. Insert Feeder Strap from left side as shown.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Push Feeder Strap into weapon until it protrudes from right side as shown. Push charging handle forward to locked position.

3 LOADING (cont) Loading Using Feeder Strap (cont) Pull Feeder Strap to right until white line can be seen from right side of weapon as shown. Note: When the first round is fired the Feeder Strap will be ejected from the weapon. The weapon is now loaded.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. White line indicating first round is properly positioned 2-16 .

E.3 LOADING (cont) WARNING YOUR WEAPON IS NOW COMBAT READY..G. 2-17 . DOING SO RENDERS THE WEAPON NOT "COMBAT READY".NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. CAUTION THE WEAPON CAN BE MANIPULATED TO CLOSE THE BOLT ON AN EMPTY CHAMBER AND PLACE THE SAFETY IN THE ON POSITION (RED BAND NOT VISIBLE). BOLT TO THE REAR AND SAFETY ON (RED BAND NOT VISIBLE). DAMAGE TO THE WEAPON AND/OR AMMUNITION CAN OCCUR. AMMUNITION LOADED. HOWEVER. AND IF THE BOLT IS MISTAKENLY CHARGED WHEN AMMUNITION HAS BEEN LOADED WITH THE SAFETY ON.

2-18 . Be sure bolt is locked in rear position.4 CLEARING Charge weapon (pull cocking handle rearward). SAFETY COCKING HANDLE (FORWARD POSITION) Push safety to right (RED BAND not visible).NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Push charging handle forward until you hear it click.

4 CLEARING (cont) COVER ASSEMBLY Squeeze latches to open cover assembly. AMMUNITION BELT 2-19 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Remove ammunition belt and loose links.

4 CLEARING (cont) NOTE WHEN CLEARING THE WEAPON. CHAMBER Receiver/Cavity/Chamber empty? Lower feed tray assembly. Round still in Chamber? Remove it. Look into chamber. A cleaning rod (30”) may be used to ensure barrel and chamber is cleared. Raise feed tray assembly. ENSURE THE CLEANING ROD DOES NOT TOUCH THE EJECTOR. Close Cover assembly. 2-20 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Make sure it locks shut.

ENSURE THE CLEANING ROD USED FOR CLEARING DOES NOT TOUCH THE EJECTOR 2-21 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. NOTE WHEN CLEARING THE WEAPON AFTER USE. Hold cocking handle to rear.4 CLEARING (cont) Push safety to left (RED BAND visible). pull trigger. and ride bolt forward to close and lock.

ROTATE THE WINDAGE KNOB (FRONT KNOB) UNTIL THE SIGHT LEAF STOPS ON THE RIGHT SIDE. To field zero your machine gun for windage. START WITH THE SIGHT LEAF ALL THE WAY TO THE LEFT. REAR SIGHT WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT: EACH SIGHT MAY VARY AS TO HOW MANY CLICKS ARE NEEDED TO CENTER THE SIGHT. WINDAGE KNOB 2-22 . EXAMPLE: 23 CLICKS = 12 TO CENTER (11+12=23. DIVIDE THE NUMBER OF CLICKS BY TWO AND MOVE LEAF SIGHT LEFT TO CENTER-EXAMPLE: 24 CLICKS=12 TO CENTER. REAR SIGHT NOTE WEAPON AND BOTH BARREL ASSEMBLIES HAVE BEEN ZEROED AT 300 METERS PRIOR TO SHIPMENT. COUNTING THE CLICKS.5 FIELD ZERO. TO CHECK YOUR SIGHT.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. USE LARGER FIGURE). you must first center your rear sight leaf (see note above).

START WITH THE PEEP SIGHT POST ALL THE WAY TO THE TOP. AFTER ADJUSTMENT. COUNTING THE CLICKS. REAR SIGHT ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT: EACH SIGHT MAY VARY AS TO HOW MANY CLICKS ARE NEEDED TO CENTER THE SIGHT.2. TO CHECK THE SIGHT. ROTATE THE ELEVATION KNOB (REAR KNOB) TO THE “10” (1000 METER) MARK.5 FIELD ZERO. you must center your peep sight (see note above). REAR SIGHT (cont) NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 NOTE TO MAKE THE PEEP SIGHT EASIER TO GRASP WITH FINGERS OR SPANNER WRENCH. SCREW IT DOWN AS FAR AS IT WILL GO. DIVIDE THE NUMBER OF CLICKS BY TWO AND MOVE PEEP SIGHT TO CENTER – EXAMPLE: 13 CLICKS = 7 TO CENTER (6 + 7 = 13. USE LARGER FIGURE). 2-23 . MOVE THE ELEVATION KNOB BACK TO ORIGINAL POSITION. To field zero your machine gun in elevation.

REAR SIGHT (cont) PEEP SIGHT ELEVATION KNOB Rotate the elevation knob (rear knob) to the desired range.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. 2-24 .5 FIELD ZERO. THE MARKS BELOW “3” ON THE RIGHT HAND SCALE ARE 500. NOTE EACH NUMBER (3 TO 10) ON THE ELEVATION SCALE STANDS FOR 100 METERS. 700 AND 900 METERS RESPECTIVELY. Fire a 3-5 round burst on the center of the target.

6 INCHES (15. AND THE GROUP ON THE TARGET. To move group to left: Turn windage knob (front knob) clockwise (CW) To raise the group: Turn peep sight counterclockwise (CCW). To lower the group: Turn peep sight clockwise (CW).24 CENTIMETERS) AT 300 METERS 10 INCHES (25.5 FIELD ZERO. 2-25 . Fire another group.4 CENTIMETERS) AT 500 METERS.2. Repeat above procedures until zeroed. REAR SIGHT (cont) NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 NOTE EACH CLICK OF THE WINDAGE KNOB (FRONT KNOB) MOVES THE SIGHT 1/2 MIL. Make windage and elevation corrections as follows: • • • • To move group right: Turn windage knob (front knob) counterclockwise (CCW).

5 FIELD ZERO. RE-ADJUST AS REQUIRED UNTIL DESIRED ZERO IS OBTAINED. CENTER YOUR PEEP SIGHT IN ELEVATION AND FIRE A BURST OF 3-5 ROUNDS FOR A SHOT GROUP. AND THE PEEP SIGHT IS SCREWED ALL THE WAY IN OR OUT. REAR SIGHT (cont) NOTE IF THE WEAPON CANNOT BE ZEROED IN ELEVATION.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. 2-26 . THE FRONT SIGHT POST CAN BE ADJUSTED UTILIZING THE SPANNER WRENCH.

6 FIELD ZERO. FRONT SIGHT ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT: Install Wrench. CW 2-27 CCW . screw the Sight post up counterclockwise (CCW). EACH MIL OF ELEVATION MOVES THE GROUP ON THE TARGET APPROXIMATELY 30CM (12 INCHES) AT 300 METERS.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. To raise the impact group. screw the Sight post down clockwise (CW). Spanner through hole in top of Front Sight housing with notched groove inserted over flats of Front Sight Post. NOTE EACH ½ TURN OF THE SIGHT POST IS EQUAL TO 1 MIL OF ELEVATION. FRONT SIGHT NOTE RE-ZEROING WEAPON MAY BE REQUIRED WHEN GUNNER HAS PROBLEM ZEROING WEAPON FOR ELEVATION. To lower the impact group. ONLY ADJUST FRONT SIGHT IN WINDAGE OR ELEVATION IF WEAPON CANNOT BE ZEROED BY THE ADJUSTMENTS ON THE REAR SIGHT ASSEMBLY.

Sight Base will move to the left.5 MIL OF MOVEMENT SIGHT BASE PIN LOCATOR KNURLED KNOB GAS BLOCK HOUSING 2-28 .2. FRONT SIGHT (cont) NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 NOTE REZEROING WEAPON MAY BE REQUIRED WHEN GUNNER HAS PROBLEM ZEROING WEAPON FOR WINDAGE.6 FIELD ZERO. Install Adjusting Tool on Sight Base. Knurled Knob on left side of barrel. Insert Pin. FRONT SIGHT WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT: Ensure Knurled Knob is screwed back to clear Gas Block Housing. Screw Knurled Knob until tension is felt against Gas Block Housing. NOTE EACH CLICK = 0. Turn Knurled Knob (CW) against Gas Block Housing and listen for clicks. Locator into spring pin cavity.

Locator into spring pin cavity.5 MIL OF MOVEMENT PIN LOCATOR SIGHT BASE SPRING PIN CAVITY (not shown) KNURLED KNOB GAS BLOCK HOUSING 2-29 . Install Adjusting Tool on Sight Base on right side of barrel. Sight Base will move to the right. Screw Knurled Knob until tension is felt against Gas Block Housing.6 FIELD ZERO. Insert Pin. NOTE EACH CLICK = 0. FRONT SIGHT (cont) NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Ensure Knurled Knob is screwed back to clear Gas Block Housing.2. Turn Knurled Knob (CW) against Gas Block Housing and Listen for clicks.

4 meters (1000 inch) 300 2.4 inch) 300 meters 300 30 cm (12 inches) 2-30 .54 cm (1 inch) 10 meters (10.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.7 CONFIRMATION OF BATTLEFIELD ZERO Field Expedient Zeroing Distances Elevation Setting One ½ Turn Equals 25.94 yards) 700 1 cm (0.

take immediate action. Charge weapon and push cocking handle forward until you hear it click.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.8 IMMEDIATE ACTION If the weapon stops firing. COCKING HANDLE 2-31 . If a round is ejected – FIRE AGAIN.

look to see if any rounds remain on the feed tray assembly. clear the weapon. AND REMAIN CLEAR FOR 15 MINUTES. CLEAR YOUR WEAPON. AFTER 15 MINUTES. you have run out of ammunition. PUSH SAFETY TO RIGHT (RED BAND NOT VISIBLE). If the barrel is not hot.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.8 IMMEDIATE ACTION (cont) WARNING IF NOTHING IS EJECTED AND BARREL IS HOT (200 ROUNDS FIRED WITHIN A 2 MINUTE PERIOD). DO NOT OPEN THE COVER. If not. 2-32 . SAFETY If nothing is ejected. KEEP WEAPON POINTED DOWN RANGE.

Reload. 2-33 . and fire again. Check for: • Obstructions • Lubrication • Dirt • Damaged Parts Take corrective action as required.9 IF IMMEDIATE ACTION DOES NOT WORK Be sure weapon is cleared.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.

Remove barrel. push safety to right (RED BAND not visible). 2-34 . DISPOSE OF LIVE ROUND ACCORDINGLY. do so. If weapon can be charged.10 STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE OR LIVE ROUND WARNING STAY CLEAR OF MUZZLE.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. you have a stuck cartridge case. DO NOT ALLOW ROUND TO HIT ANY HARD SURFACE OR IT MAY FIRE. SAFETY If it did fire and didn’t extract.

• BARREL MUST BE REMOVED TO PERFORM STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE REMOVAL. WARNING IF YOU TRY TO CHARGE THE WEAPON AND THE COCKING HANDLE WILL NOT UNLOCK THE BOLT. PERFORM THE FOLLOWING STEPS: • KEEP MUZZLE POINTED DOWN RANGE. 2-35 . use of Obstruction Remover is optional. CLEANING 30" ROD STUCK CARTRIDGE Insert Cleaning Rod 30” through muzzle end of barrel. • PLACE CHARGING HANDLE AGAINST A SOLID OBJECT AND APPLY CONSTANT FORWARD PRESSURE TO MOVE COCKING HANDLE REARWARD TO UNLOCK. BOLT MAY BE STUCK IN BARREL EXTENSION. Gently tap out stuck cartridge case.10 STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE OR LIVE ROUND (cont) NOTE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO CHARGE THE WEAPON. NOTE • DO NOT USE YOUR FOOT OR OTHER HEAVY OBJECTS TO FORCE CHARGING HANDLE TO THE REAR AS THIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE WEAPON OR HARM TO THE OPERATOR.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.

wait until barrel is cool (approximately 15 min).10 STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE OR LIVE ROUND (cont) RED BAND SAFETY If it didn’t fire and didn’t extract. you have a stuck live round. if it still doesn’t fire. do so. do so. If weapon can be charged. Remove barrel. If weapon can be charged. 2-36 . and push safety to right (RED BAND not visible).NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. Push safety to left (RED BAND visible). Pull trigger.

2.10 STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE OR LIVE ROUND (cont)

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

NOTE
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO CHARGE THE WEAPON, BOLT MAY BE STUCK IN BARREL EXTENSION.
WARNING
IF YOU TRY TO CHARGE THE WEAPON AND THE COCKING HANDLE WILL NOT UNLOCK THE
BOLT. PERFORM THE FOLLOWING STEPS:
• KEEP MUZZLE POINTED DOWN RANGE.
• PLACE CHARGING HANDLE AGAINST A SOLID OBJECT AND APPLY CONSTANT FORWARD
PRESSURE TO MOVE COCKING HANDLE REARWARD TO UNLOCK.
NOTE
• DO NOT USE YOUR FOOT OR OTHER HEAVY OBJECTS TO FORCE CHARGING HANDLE TO THE
REAR AS THIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE WEAPON OR HARM TO THE OPERATOR.
• BARREL MUST BE REMOVED TO PERFORM LIVE ROUND REMOVAL.
OBSTRUCTION REMOVER

CLEANING 30" ROD

STUCK LIVE ROUND
Assemble cleaning rod (30”) with Obstruction Remover. Insert through muzzle end of barrel.
Gently tap out live round.
The weapon must be treated as though it has a live round in the chamber if the bolt is locked and it
cannot be charged. If you experience this condition, forward to unit armorer for corrective action.

2-37

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

2.11 RUNAWAY MACHINE GUN
If runaway occurs (weapon won’t stop firing), take action to correct it quickly.
WARNING
STAY CLEAR OF MUZZLE AND ALWAYS KEEP WEAPON POINTED
DOWNRANGE.

Take either of the following actions:
1. Let weapon continue firing if near end of belt.
2. Grab cocking handle (palm up), pull all the way back and hold. Push safety to right
(RED BAND not visible); raise cover, remove link belt.
3. Twist belted ammunition or break links.
WARNING
NEVER RELOAD A RUNAWAY WEAPON UNTIL IT IS REPAIRED.
BE SURE WEAPON IS CLEARED.

Forward to unit armorer for corrective action.

2-38

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

2.12 BARREL ASSEMBLY
NOTE

WHEN THE BARREL IS REMOVED OR INSTALLED THE BOLT MUST BE LOCKED
TO THE REAR WITH THE SAFETY PUSHED TO THE RIGHT
(RED BAND NOT VISIBLE).

REMOVE:
Clear weapon. Charge weapon and lock operating group to the rear, push the safety to
the right (RED BAND Not Visible). Point muzzle downward, depress barrel locking
lever with left hand and lift the barrel out by the carrying handle. Return operating
group to forward position.
BARREL
LOCKING
LEVER
WARNING
DO NOT TOUCH
HOT BARREL(S)

2-39

hold the two legs together and bring them up under the barrel. Positioning of Legs for Stowage 2-40 . When released they will lock into bipod stowed position.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.13 BIPOD POSITIONING AND STOWAGE To fold the bipod rearward.

squeeze legs together and rotate legs upward toward the receiver. BIPOD LATCH (one each side) 2-41 .13 BIPOD POSITIONING AND STOWAGE (cont) To operate the weapon from the bipod. push down on either legs to rotate to the vertical position. To extend Bipod Leg pull downward. To retract Bipod Leg depress Bipod Latch while pushing leg upward. To return the Bipod to the stowed position. Each leg is adjustable to 3 different lengths.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.

14. twist to the left (counterclockwise). and push buttplate fully forward.14 ACCESSORY 2. COLLAPSIBLE To shorten the overall length of the weapon.1 STOCK ASSEMBLY. Extended Position Closed Position 2-42 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. pull back on buttplate.

1 STOCK ASSEMBLY. Shoulder rest is secure when it snaps into notches at the top of the buttstock. SHOULDER REST 2-43 .14.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. COLLAPSABLE (cont) When shoulder rest firing is required. pull shoulder rest to the rear and up.

Note the silhouette of a cartridge on the inside of the plastic.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. With canvas up.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2. 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE Remove 200 round ammo belt from disposable container. unzip 100 round magazine. 100 ROUND SEMI RIGID ASSAULT PACK 2-44 . 1.2 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE NOTE THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR LOADING TWO REUSABLE 100 ROUND MAGAZINES. remove the reusable plastic feed strap and attached link packed inside (these are spares and should be kept for future use). separate it into two belts of approximately equal length. 2.14. Determine the center point of the belt (holding the loose ends together) and by twisting.

plastic up.2 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE (cont) 3. and reattach the feed strap and link to the first cartridge. Turn the magazine. push belt back into magazine until the feed strap seats into the feed opening. With the cartridges pointing as the silhouette depicts. 2-45 . Turn magazine canvas up and fold the ammo belt back and forth so that it fits inside the magazine. 4.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2. Using moderate pressure to overcome the spring force. By twisting. remove the plastic feed strap and first link from the first cartridge. and secure the snap on the zipper pull. close the zipper.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. 5.14. check for proper cartridge position as the silhouette depicts. insert several rounds from the inside of the magazine through the feed opening (the first cartridge will have no open link loops).

2-46 . repeat step one.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2. The reusable 100 round magazine is now ready for use and for attachment to the weapon. Turn the magazine. To load the second magazine. 7. Follow the procedures in steps four and five above. 10. 8. insert several rounds from the inside of the magazine through the feed opening (the first cartridge will have no open link loops). With the cartridges pointing as the silhouette depicts.14. 9. save feed strap and attached link for future use. plastic up. After use. and attach the supplied feed strap and link to the first cartridge.2 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE (cont) 6.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.

2-47 . HAND TIGHTEN ONLY. CAUTION DO NOT USE TOOLS TO TIGHTEN ATTACHMENT. DO NOT FIRE BLANK AMMUNTION TOWARD PERSONNEL WITHIN 20 FEET OF THE MUZZLE.3 BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT (BFA) WARNING USE ONLY BLANK M200 AMMUNITION WITH THE BFA.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.14.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2.

Insert resistor tube into the muzzle end of compensator. Screw in resistor tube until contact is made.14. .3 BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT (BFA) (cont) 1. 2.Hook in forward groove of compensator 2-48 NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.2.Unscrew the restrictor tube and slide it all the way back. Hand tighten.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2.

Blank ammunition builds up carbon faster than live ammunition. it is conceivable that thorough cleaning may be necessary after firing each 500 rounds.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2. CHECK TO SEE IF BFA IS STILL TIGHT.2. If necessary.14. To ensure continued / proper weapon function. Use of BFA “Rate of Fire” goes up approximately 100 rounds per minute. clean weapon before firing blank rounds. 2-49 .3 BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT (BFA) (cont) NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 NOTE AFTER EVERY 50 ROUNDS. WARNING BEWARE BFA RING COULD BE “HOT” • • • • Thoroughly clean your weapon and Blank Firing Attachment (BFA) after each firing exercise.

If necessary.2. Blank ammunition builds up carbon faster than live ammunition. To ensure continued / proper weapon function.4 BLANK FIRING BARREL (BFB) • • • NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Thoroughly clean your weapon and Blank Firing Barrel (BFB) after each firing exercise. 2-50 .14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2. it is conceivable that thorough cleaning may be necessary after firing each 500 rounds.14. clean weapon before firing blank rounds.

IF EXCEEDED. AND NOTES pertaining to the use and maintenance of Sound Suppressor. THE SUPPRESSOR MUST BE COOLED TO AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AFTER EVERY 200 ROUNDS FIRED AT THE 85 RDS/MIN RATE. 2-51 .14.5 SOUND SUPPRESSOR (SOPMOD) NOTE THE RATE OF FIRE WILL INCREASE TO APPROXIMATELY 900 ROUNDS PER MINUTE.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2. Refer to Special Operations Peculiar Modifications Accessories Kit ST-23-31-1 and heed all WARNINGS. THE WEAPON AND SUPPRESSOR SHALL BE CLEANED AFTER EVERY 1000 ROUNDS. CAUTIONS. DAMAGE TO SUPPRESSOR WILL RESULT. See Appendix B. CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED SUSTAINED FIRING RATE OF 85 RDS/MIN WITH SUPPRESSOR ATTACHED.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2.14.5 SOUND SUPPRESSOR (SOPMOD) (cont) LATCH PLATE LATCH PLATE RETAINING RING RETAINING RING UNLOCKED POSITION LOCKED POSITION 2-52 .14 ACCESSORY (cont) 2.

15 ENVIRONMENT/WEATHER (Protective Measures) NOTE SEE LUBRICATION GUIDE. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS 2.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Section III. 2-53 .

CAUTION TO AVOID DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. dirt. dirt.. dirt. such as the link ejection port cover. Keep weapon covered when possible. causing feed problems. This will prevent sand. 2-54 . SEALED BUFFERS. mud.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. snow and ice to enter the weapon. ETC.15 ENVIRONMENT/WEATHER (Protective Measures) (cont) WARNING WITH AMMUNITION AND WEAPON EXPOSED TO THE SUN ON A HOT SUNNY DAY COOK-OFF CAN OCCUR WITH 50 ROUNDS OF CONTINUOUS FIRING. mud and other debris from areas like the trigger assembly that you are not authorized to disassemble. During unusual conditions. Be sure weapon covers. it may be necessary to periodically flush out sand. are closed when weapon is not in operation. snow and water from accumulating. Operation with free hanging linked ammunition will allow water. This will prevent sand. mud and snow from entering the weapon. Do not remove linked ammunition from the 200 round container. DO NOT USE DRY CLEANING SOLVENT ON PLASTIC COMPONENTS. sand.

ƒ ƒ ƒ Disassemble.15 ENVIRONMENTAL/WEATHER (Protective Measures) (cont) 2.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. clean. Keep gun as moisture-free as possible.1 EXPOSURE TO WATER-MUD WARNING ENSURE BARREL IS NOT OBSTRUCTED BY WATER OR MUD. Use a generous second coat of lubrication on external surfaces for extra protection.15. Clear and lubricate as necessary to preserve the metal and prevent rust. 2-55 . Make sure it is dry before lubricating. 2.2 HOT-WET/SALT AIR ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Inspect more frequently for signs of rust. lightly lubricate and assemble as soon as possible. Generously lubricate external surface.15.

thoroughly clean.3 HOT . Apply a light second coat of lubrication to provide protection. If weapon is brought indoors.DRY .SAND . away from blowing sand and dust. AS THIS WILL ONLY COLLECT DUST AND SAND.4 COLD .ICE – SNOW ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ If possible. ƒ ƒ ƒ Clean in enclosed areas when possible. Extreme heat dries up lubricant. 2.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 2. dry and lubricate the weapon in a warm dry place.15.15 ENVIRONMENTAL/WEATHER (Protective Measures) (cont) 2. Clean and lubricate more frequently. Clean and lubricate only moving parts. keep it away from direct heat.15. Exercise weapon and lubricate daily to help prevent corrosion If metal "sweats" dry and lubricate parts before taking weapon outdoors. 2-56 .DUST NOTE DO NOT LUBRICATE THE EXTERIOR METAL SURFACES.

3-1 . CLP . Lightly Lubricate .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 CHAPTER 3 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Section I. and Preservative (CLP) is the only lubricant to use on your weapon. Remember to remove excessive lubricant from the bore before firing.Grade 2 is used for all temperatures.Heavy enough so that it can be spread with finger.a film of oil barely visible to the eye.1 LUBRICATION GUIDE Cleaner. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS 3. Generously Lubricate . Lubricant.

1 LUBRICATION GUIDE (cont) NOTE CLP WILL PROVIDE REQUIRED LUBRICATION AT TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 0°F AND -35°F (-19°C AND . BOTTLE BECOMES RIGID AND HARD TO DISPENSE CLP. clean. Disassemble. 3-2 . HOWEVER.37°C).NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. and reassemble as required. IF 1/2 OZ. BOTTLE IS STOWED WHERE TEMPERATURES REACH 0°F (-19°C) OR LOWER. lubricate.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Section II. b. The table lists the common malfunctions which may occur during the operation or maintenance of the weapon or its components. This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may occur. 3-3 . Perform the tests/inspections and corrective actions in the order listed. nor all tests or inspections and corrective actions.2 TROUBLESHOOTING a. If a malfunction is not listed or is not corrected by listed corrective actions. forward to unit armorer for corrective action. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES 3.

2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE MALFUNCTION 1. install new ammunition Remove obstruction Clean gas block. piston and gas cylinder Latch cover . Failure to feed Insufficient lubrication Defective ammunition links Obstruction in receiver Insufficient gas pressure Unlatched cover 3-4 CORRECTIVE ACTION Clean and lubricate Lubricate Clean gas block. Sluggish Operation TEST OR INSPECTION Dirty receiver Lack of lubricants Carbon buildup in gas system 2.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. piston and gas cylinder Lubricate as required Remove defective ammunition.

2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 2. Failure to feed (cont. weak or worn operating parts Dirty ammunition or chamber Broken extractor/spring CORRECTIVE ACTION Align rounds in link belt Reinstall link belt with open end of link facing down Forward to unit armorer for corrective action Clean ammunition and /or chamber Forward to unit armorer for corrective action SPRING (not shown) EXTRACTOR 3-5 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.) 3. Double feed TEST OR INSPECTION Long/short rounds Inverted link belt Damaged.

Failure to chamber TEST OR INSPECTION Dirty ammunition Carbon build up in gas system Carbon build up in receiver Damaged round Damaged or weakened helical compression spring (driving) HELICAL COMPRESSION SPRING (DRIVING) 3-6 CORRECTIVE ACTION Clean ammunition Clean gas block.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 4.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. piston and gas cylinder. If problem still exists. forward to unit armorer for corrective action Clean receiver Remove round and recharge weapon Forward to unit armorer for corrective action .

2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 4.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Failure to fire Safety on Push safety left (RED BAND visible) SAFETY RED BAND 3-7 . Failure to chamber (cont) Dirty chamber Damaged gas block Clean chamber Forward to unit armorer for corrective action 5.

Replace ammunition.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 5.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Failure to fire (cont) TEST OR INSPECTION Link belt improperly loaded CORRECTIVE ACTION Remove and install link belt properly. . LINKED BELT Faulty Ammunition 3-8 Eject round.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 5. HELICAL COMPRESSION SPRING (DRIVING) 3-9 . Broken or weakened helical compression spring (driving) Forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Failure to fire (cont) TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Broken or damaged firing pin Forward to unit armorer for corrective action.

piston and gas cylinder. EXTRACTOR SPRING (not shown) 3-10 . Dirty chamber/bolt and slide assembly Clean chamber and/or clean bolt and slide assembly.) MALFUNCTION 6. Section II of this manual. Carbon build up in gas system Clean gas block.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. If problem still exists forward to unit armorer for corrective action.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont. Failure to extract TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Inspect for stuck cartridge case Follow instructions in Chapter 2. Damaged extractor/spring Forward to unit armorer for corrective action.

Damaged ejector/spring Forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Carbon build up in gas system Clean gas block piston and gas cylinder. Failure to eject TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Short recoil Clean and lubricate bolt and slide assembly. If problem still exists forward to unit armorer for corrective action. EJECTOR 3-11 .2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 7.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.

Stops firing TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Defective round in chamber.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 8. Bolt and slide assembly not forward and locked Remove obstruction or clean and lubricate as required. If this occurs more then once. Forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Faulty ammunition or worn firing pin may cause it. . Eject round. LOCKED UNLOCKED Primer indented but not fired 3-12 Eject round.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.

Lubricate bolt. Short recoil Clean gas block. Bolt jammed in barrel socket Forward to unit armorer for corrective action. If problem still exists forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Stops firing (cont) TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Sticking feed mechanism. If problem still exists forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Clean and lubricate feed mechanism. forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Carbon buildup in gas system Clean gas block. If problem still exist.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 8. 3-13 . piston and gas cylinder.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. bolt and piston assembly.

) MALFUNCTION 9. Forward to unit armorer for corrective action.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. NOTCHES 3-14 . Failure to cock or runaway weapon.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont. worn or burred sear. TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Broken. Piston assembly sear notch worn Forward to unit armorer for corrective action.

Failure to Lock in open blot position TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION Sear stuck in trigger housing Forward to unit armorer for corrective action.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Safety fails to slide properly Clean and lubricate safety and or replace.2 TROUBLESHOOTING (cont) MALFUNCTION 9. piston and gas assembly. Failure to cock or runaway weapon (cont). Carbon buildup in gas system. 3-15 . Clean gas block. 10. Short recoil. Clean and lubricate bolt and slide assembly.

3 FIELD STRIPPING (Disassembly) 3. and forward area of receiver.3. LATCH LATCH 3-16 .1 Sling & Snap Hook Assembly: Removal: Squeeze the latch on snaphooks and remove hooks from buttstock.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION III – MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 3.

3. 3-17 . to remain in open position.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3. Assembly: Squeeze cover latches inward. raise cover until it engages cover latch.2 Cover. Feed Mechanism.

3. Removal may be easier by depressing the locking spring tip on the right side of the receiver. The lower pin may be removed in a similar manner.3 Buttstock w/Hydraulic Buffer: WARNING ENSURE MOVING PART COMPONENTS ARE IN FORWARD POSITION.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Remove the buttstock assembly by pulling it rearward while supporting trigger mechanism once both pins have been disengaged. UPPER RETAINING PIN LOWER PIN 3-18 . THIS MINIMIZES SPRING TENSION Removal: Pull the upper retaining pin at rear of receiver to the left.3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3.

3. Removal: Pull trigger assembly down and rearward 3-19 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. THIS MINIMIZES SPRING TENSION .4 Trigger Assembly: WARNING NEVER REMOVE TRIGGER MECHANISM BEFORE WEAPON IS CLEARED. REMOVAL OF THE TRIGGER MECHANISM FROM LOADED WEAPON WILL CAUSE A RUNAWAY. ENSURE MOVING PART COMPONENTS ARE IN FORWARD POSITION.3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Removal: Push in and up on the return rod transfer mechanism and remove.3. 3-20 .3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3. THIS MINIMIZES SPRING TENSION. Separate drive spring from return rod.5 Drive Spring & Return Rod Transfer Mechanism: WARNING ENSURE MOVING PART COMPONENTS ARE IN THE FORWARD POSITION.

Slide Assembly & Bolt Assembly): Removal: Pull the cocking handle rearward.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.6 Moving Parts (Operating Rod. Slide the moving parts rearward and out of receiver. To separate slide assembly from the piston assembly.3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3. press the retaining pin to the left using cleaning rod section and lift off the slide assembly. Return cocking handle to forward position. Rotate the bolt clockwise to disengage the lug and pull it out of the slide assembly.3. 3-21 .

Carrying Handle BARREL LOCKING LEVER 3-22 .7 Barrel Assembly: Removal: Depress barrel locking level with left hand and lift the barrel out by the carrying handle.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3.3.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. turn left or right to release the locking spring and pull out 3-23 .3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3.8 Gas Cylinder Assembly: Removal: Grasp knurled end.3.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. 3-24 .9 Bipod Assembly: Removal: Slide Bipod Assembly off the receiver boss.3 FIELD STRIP (Disassembly) (cont) 3.3.

PISTON. HYDRAULIC OIL. CAUTION DO NOT USE ABRASIVES TO CLEAN THE BORE.4 CLEANING. BENZENE.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. KEROSENE. GAS CYLINDER OR GAS BLOCK. INSPECTION AND REPAIR WARNING USING GASOLINE. STEAM FOR CLEANING IS PROHIBITED. BENSOL HIGH-PRESSURE WATER. NOTE DO NOT REMOVE EXTRACTOR COMPONENTS DURING CLEANING 3-25 .

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 1. 1 3 2 3-26 . 3. Wrench. Spanner. 2. Softpak Cleaning Kit (includes items specified on Appendix B). Scraper Assembly.4 CLEANING.

BORE AND CHAMBER. BORE AND CHAMBER GAS BLOCK REGULATOR 3-27 . INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) CAUTION DO NOT LUBRICATE GAS BLOCK ON BARREL.4 CLEANING.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. DO NOT USE ABRASIVES TO CLEAN GAS BLOCK.

burrs or other damage on compensator. 3. and barrel release lever. chamber. if loose forward to unit armorer for corrective action. and compensator. dents. If heavy carbon deposits are present in the bore. 2. 1. gas block. Check front sight for looseness.4 CLEANING. 4. Inspect bore and chamber. Inspect for cracks. clean with bore brush/chamber brush and scraper assembly. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) CAUTION BE SURE TO CLEAN YOUR BARREL BORE FROM THE CHAMBER END WITH BARREL REMOVED FROM WEAPON. Wipe outside of barrel with a lightly lubricated rag.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. 3-28 . barrel extension.

FEED PAWLS 3-29 . COCKING HANDLE CLP . Check cover feed mechanism for smooth operation. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) NOTE USE CARE WHEN CLEANING THE COVER AND FEED MECHANISM TO AVOID KNOCKING THE SPRINGS OUT. bent parts or excessive wear. CLP. CLP.Lightly lubricate moving parts. FEED LEVER CLP. COVER LATCHES CLP COVER PIN CLP. spring tension.4 CLEANING.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. 5.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. lightly lubricate spring. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 6. Check for bends and cracks. COCKING HANDLE GUIDES CLP. Lightly lubricate all rails. Check barrel locking latch and cover detent springs for spring tension.4 CLEANING. SPRING CLP 3-30 . free movement of cocking assembly and excessively worn. RAILS EJECTOR. burred or chipped rails. CLP. Check ejector and ejector spring for free movement.

Forward to unit armorer for corrective action if problem exists. 8.4 CLEANING. TRIPPING LEVER CLP SEAR CLP HOLDING LUGS CLP TRIGGER SAFETY CLP PISTOL GRIP 3-31 . sear will not lower. 9. ends of trigger pin. Pull trigger. Forward to unit armorer for corrective action if problem exists. cracks. sear will lower. When safety is pushed to left (RED BAND visible) pull trigger. Check safety function. 10. 11. chips and wear. Check tripping lever and sear for burrs.Lightly lubricate tripping lever and sear surfaces.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. pull trigger. Push back on tripping lever. Check cocking action by pushing back on tripping lever. Check for broken pistol grip and chipped or cracked trigger housing holding lug. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 7. safety shaft and sear pivot pin. CLP . sear will rise. When safety is pushed to right (RED BAND not visible). sear will lower.

13. slide assembly. bolt assembly. firing pin and roller. bolt assembly. Check slide assembly. Check driving spring for broken strands. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 12. and return rod and transfer mechanism assembly for burrs. return rod and transfer mechanism assembly. piston assembly. piston assembly. cracks or broken pins.4 CLEANING.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Forward to unit armorer for corrective action if more than one broken strand is found on same coil or if more than two strands are broken regardless of location on entire spring. polished areas. CLP – Lightly lubricate driving spring. Push down on roller of slide assembly to make sure it will retract. moving parts. CAUTION DO NOT LUBRICATE PISTON OR BOLT FACE BOLT FACE NO CLP BOLT CLP FIRING PIN CLP ROLLER CLP SLIDE ASSEMBLY CLP PISTON NO CLP OPERATING ROD ASSEMBLY CLP DRIVING SPRING CLP TRANSFER MECHANISM CLP 3-32 .

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

3.4 CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont)
14. Clean and check Bipod Assembly, for operation; CLP - lightly lubricate. Forward to
unit armorer for corrective action if problem exists.

3-33

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

3.4 CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont)
15. Clean and check the rear sight assembly for windage and elevation; CLP - lightly
lubricate. If rear sight does not function properly, forward to unit armorer for
corrective action.
CLP

WINDAGE

ELEVATION

CLP

3-34

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

3.4 CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont)
CAUTION
DO NOT LUBRICATE CHROME AREA OF GAS BLOCK

16. Gas Block:
Clean the front of gas block on barrel by inserting tip of scraper into inside diameter and
rotate handle. Move forward until blade engages gas block groove, rotate back and forth.
Remove Scraper from inside diameter and with tip inserted into grooves, rotate back and
forth under barrel diameter.
(10 to 2 o’clock position) until grooves are clean.

TIP

TIP

3-35

Gas Cylinder: Clean the inner most internal groove of the gas cylinder by inserting and rotating the flat side of the scraper in the hole.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. 3-36 . INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 17.4 CLEANING.

3-37 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) CAUTION DO NOT LUBRICATE INTERIOR OF GAS CYLINDER 17.4 CLEANING. Lightly lubricate exterior of gas cylinder only. Gas Cylinder (cont): Clean the outer most internal groove of the gas cylinder by inserting and rotating the flat side of the scraper in the hole.

INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 18.) 3-38 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Squeeze and rotate.4 CLEANING. Piston: The grooves of the piston will be cleaned as shown. (Typical cleaning of one of three grooves.

4 CLEANING. 18. but not the piston. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) CAUTION DO NOT LUBRICATE INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR PISTON.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Lightly lubricate piston rod. Piston (cont): Clean the hole on the front of piston with the scraper as shown below. PISTON 3-39 .

Inspect for loose or missing screws. 3 each side.Rib. INSPECTION AND REPAIR (cont) 19. Cover. Rail Adapter: Remove. Rail. Replace or tighten as required with 1/8 hex Allen wrench.4 CLEANING.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. 11 . SCREWS 3-40 .

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 3-41 .

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) NOTE THE RECEIVER AND BIPOD LEGS SHOULD BE POSITIONED AS SHOWN BELOW 3.5. 3-42 .1 Bipod Assembly: Place the bipod on the forward area of receiver.

2 Gas Cylinder Assembly: With weapon in vertical position. Turn the cylinder until the spring click into the recess at the rear of the gas cylinder 3-43 .5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3. Push the cylinder to the rear while countering the pressure of the locking spring and guiding the end of the cylinder into receiver with the other hand applying downward pressure. push the gas cylinder through the bipod yoke into the receiver.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.5.

3 Barrel Assembly. install into receiver opening and release latch. Fluted: Lay barrel bushing of barrel on top of receiver and slide rearward (the carrying handle may be used for this purpose). Ensure barrel is positively latched. depress barrel latch.5. 3-44 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3. while aligning gas block.

5. RETAINING PIN 3-45 .5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3. Slide Assembly & Bolt Assembly): Assemble the slide assembly to the piston assembly.4 Moving Parts (Operating Rod. and secure by pushing retaining pin from left to right.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.

5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. Slide Assembly & Bolt Assembly) (cont): NOTE BE SURE FIRING PIN SPRING IS ON FIRING PIN Put the bolt assembly into the slide assembly. 3-46 .4 Moving Parts (Operating Rod.5. Press in to compress the firing pin spring. rotate the bolt and hook its driving lug into the slide assembly.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

3.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont)
WARNING
ENSURE CHARGING HANDLE IS ALL THE WAY FORWARD
CAUTION
ENSURE BOLT LUGS AND SLIDE CUTOUTS ARE PROPERLY ALIGNED
ON RECEIVER GUIDES

3.5.4 Moving Parts (Operating Rod, Slide Assembly & Bolt Assembly) (cont):
Put the moving parts into the receiver with the feed cover open. Locate the bolt lugs and
slide cutouts carefully on the rails. At the same time locate the piston into the rear of the
gas cylinder.

3-47

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

3.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont)
3.5.5 Drive Spring & Return Rod Transfer Mechanism:
CAUTION
IMPROPER ASSEMBLY OF THE TRANSFER MECHANISM CAN CAUSE DAMAGE
TO THE RECEIVER AND/OR THE ASSEMBLY ITSELF. IF THE HORIZONTAL PINS
OF THE TRANSFER ASSEMBLY ARE NOT PLACED ON THE HOOKS, INSIDE THE
RECEIVER, WHEN THE BUTTSTOCK IS PIVOTED IN THE UP POSITION FOR
PINNING, THE RECEIVER HOOKS CAN BEND. IF THE HORIZONTAL PINS OF
THE TRANSFER ASSEMBLY ARE ROTATED TO A VERTICAL POSITION AND THE
BOTTOM PIN IS HOOKED INTO THE LIGHTENING HOLE IN THE BOTTOM OF
THE RECEIVER, THE PIN CAN BE SHEARED, DAMAGED OR LOST WHEN THE
WEAPON IS FIRED.

3-48

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012
SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02

3.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont)
3.5.5 Drive Spring & Return Rod Transfer Mechanism (cont):
NOTE
ENSURE THAT THE HEADED END OF VERTICAL PIN, IN THE
TRANSFER MECHANISM ASSEMBLY, IS UP (on top)

While rotating in either direction, slide spring on return rod and transfer mechanism
assembly:
HEADED PIN

Push the return rod and transfer
mechanism assembly into its housing
in the rear of the piston. Press
in and down on the rear of the assembly
until its two protruding pins are positioned in
the receiver grooves
PROTRUDING PINS
(BOTH SIDES)

3-49

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.5.6 Trigger Assembly: NOTE ENSURE RETAINING PIN IS TO THE LEFT Install trigger assembly mechanism onto support and receiver. rotate upward and hold in place (rear mounting hole). 3-50 .5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3.

If positive retention does not exist with both grooves of the lower pivot pin and upper retaining pin forward to unit armorer for corrective action. 3-51 . Push lower pivot pin through one side of trigger frame.7 Buttstock Assembly w/Hydraulic Buffer: WARNING WHEN THE LOWER PIN (PIVOT) RETENTION IS NOT POSITIVELY RETAINED IT CAN WORK LOOSE DURING FIRING.5. IF IT WORKS COMPLETELY OUT. THE TRIGGER MECHANISM CAN SEPARATE FROM WEAPON. Rotate buttstock assembly upward and push upper retaining pin to right to secure.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3. WILL CREATE A RUNAWAY WEAPON. Insert buttstock assembly and push lower pivot pin completely to the right. SEPARATION OF THE TRIGGER MECHANISM WHEN THE WEAPON IS LOADED.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3.

5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3.7 Buttstock Assembly w/Hydraulic Buffer (cont): LOWER RETAINING PIN UPPER RETAINING PIN 3-52 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.5.

Ensure proper latching. Pull cover downward and lightly slam cover latch into receiver. BARREL LOCKING LEVER 3-53 .5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3. Feed Mechanism Assembly: Depress barrel locking lever.5.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.8 Cover.

5.9 Sling & Snap Hook Assembly: Squeeze the latch on the snap hook and install hook in loop of buttstock assembly and in opening at forward end of receiver. LATCH LATCH 3-54 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.5 FIELD STRIP (Assembly) (cont) 3.

Pull cocking handle to rear. Repeat the cycle several times. pull the trigger and ride the bolt assembly forward to close and lock on empty chamber. Each time the cycle is repeated. stripping. check for missing or improperly assembled components. Pull the trigger nothing should happen. Push cocking handle forward until you hear it click. If for any reason the weapon fails the function test. Push safety to the right (RED BAND not visible). a link should exit the cover assembly. feeding and locking a dummy round (M199) in the chamber.6 FUNCTION CHECK • • • • • • • • • Assure the safety is to the left (RED BAND visible) and charge the weapon by pulling the cocking handle to the rear to lock the bolt (cock the weapon). With bolt assembly held to the rear. Open cover assembly and place link belt of several rounds of M199 dummy ammunition on feed tray with first round against cartridge stop. The bolt assembly should move forward. 3-55 . Push safety to the left (RED BAND visible) and pull the trigger. check for clear weapon. If the reason for failure cannot be detected forward to unit armorer for corrective action. Hold cocking handle to rear. Dummy round (M199) should extract and eject and the bolt assembly should remain to rear.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 3.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 3-56 .

If magazine does not function properly or cannot be retained in weapon dovetail.1 BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT (BFA) Clean frequently using CLP.3 MAGAZINE. cracked or broken dovetail. Deformed feed lips. deformed. torn cloth. replace. CARTRIDGE (100 Rd) Inspect magazine for missing parts. 4-1 . If BFA becomes cracked or distorted. cracked top. and bent or loosen spring catch.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE OF AUXILARY EQUIPMENT Section I. broken zipper. forward to unit armorer for corrective action for repair. AUXILARY EQUIPMENT 4. 4.2 STOCK ASSEMBLY. forward to unit armorer for corrective action. COLLAPSIBLE (Accessory) If collapsible buttstock is damaged or does not function correctly. 4.

RIB RAIL COVERS NOTE ALL WARNINGS. OPTICAL • HANDGRIP FORWARD • SIGHT. REFLEX • AN/PEQ-2 (ITPIAL) SYSTEM • AN/PEQ-5 VISIBLE LASER POINTER • MINI NIGHT VISION SIGHT (AN/PVS-17A) • SOUND SUPPRESSOR • 11 . (See Appendix B) • SCOPE. NOTES IN KIT ST 23-31-1 ARE APPLICABLE TO USAGE WITH MK46 MOD 1 4-2 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 4. for maintenance refer to Special Operations Peculiar Modifications Accessories Kit ST 23-31-1. As applicable. CAUTIONS. DAY.4 ACCESSORY KIT COMPONENTS (SOPMOD) SOPMOD items identified for authorized use with MK46 MOD 1 Machine Gun.

DO NOT LUBRICATE. DUST AND OTHER ABRASIVES THAT COLLECT ON OILY AMMUNITION ARE DAMAGING TO OPERATING PARTS OF THE WEAPON.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 CHAPTER 5 AMMUNITION WARNING DO NOT FIRE: Seriously corroded ammunition Dented cartridges Cartridges with loose bullets Cartridges exposed to extreme heat (direct sunlight on a hot day) until they have cooled Cartridges with pushed in (short) bullets CAUTION IF AMMUNITION IS WET OR DIRTY. LUBRICATED CARTRIDGES PRODUCE EXCESSIVE CHAMBER PRESSURE. 5-1 . WIPE IT OFF WITH A DRY RAG PRIOR TO USE.

AND FREE OF “CRUD”. BECAUSE FRAGMENTS OF A CLOSURE WAD OR PARTICLES OF UNBURNED PROPELLANT MIGHT INFLICT INJURY WITHIN THAT RANGE. DO NOT LUBRICATE AMMUNITION UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES! ALL PERSONNEL WITHIN 20 FEET OF A WEAPON FIRING SHALL WEAR APPROVED SINGLE HEARING DEVICES DURING TRAINING EXERCISES! 5-2 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 Use only authorized ammunition that is manufactured to U. YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT! WARNING BLANK AMMUNITION SHOULD NOT BE FIRED TOWARD PERSONNEL WITHIN 20 FEET OR LESS FROM THE MUZZLE.S. specifications KEEP DRY. CLEAN.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 APPENDIX A BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST Section I. INTRODUCTION SCOPE This appendix lists the basic issue (BII) for the MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun to help you inventory items required for safe and effective operation. GENERAL The BII lists is described as follows: A-1 .

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 GENERAL (cont.). Although shipped separately packaged. This manual is your authority to request/requisition replacement BII. Indicates the national stock number (NSN) assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes. A-2 . The illustrations will assist you in identifying the items. No. to operate it and to perform emergency repairs. based on TOA authorization of the end item.National Stock Number. The following provides an explanation of columns found in the tabular listing: Column (1) . This column indicates the number of the illustration in which the item is shown.Illustration Number (Illus. Column (2) . BII must be with the MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun during operation and whenever it is transferred between property accounts.) BII These are the minimum essential items required to place the MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun in operation.

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 GENERAL (cont.) Column (3) . if required a minimum description to identify and locate the item. Column (5) . Indicates the Federal item name and.Quantity required (Qty Req).Unit of Issue (U/I). Indicates how the item is issued for the NSN shown in column two. Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with/on the equipment A-3 . The last line for each item indicates the Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGEC) followed by the part number.Description CAGEC and Part No. Column (4) .

5 BASIC ISSUE ITEMS 5 7 5 6 4 1 3 1A 6 1B 5 2 A-4 8 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II.

1 1005-01-448-8513 EA 1 1A 5110-01-485-1405 EA 1 1B 5120-01-141-3839 EA 1 2 NONE EA 1 3 1005-01-485-1409 EA * 4 1005-21-912-8997 SOFTPAK CLEANING KIT (01VS3) 223M16 INCLUDES: SCRAPER ASSEMBLY (3S679) 46055 WRENCH.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II. CAGEC & PART NO. (4) U/I (5) QTY REQ. NUMBER (2) NATIONAL STOCK (3) DESCRIPTION. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (1) ILLUS. SPANNER (19200) 9350033 MANUAL OPERATORS (3S679) SW-360-AG-MMO-012 FRONT SIGHT ADJUSTING TOOL (3S679) 46070 BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT (BFA) (19200) 12598135 EA 1 * one (1) for every four (4) weapons A-5 .

NUMBER 5 SECTION II. STRAP (3S679) 49244 A-6 (4) U/I (5) QTY REQ. (19200) 9348467 COMPOSED OF: SNAP HOOKS (19200) 9348468 SLING PADDED ADJUSTABLE (19200) 12002983 BARREL ASSEMBLY (SPARE) (3S679) 46121 CARRYING CASE. BARREL (19200) 7791009 EXTENSION. (2) NATIONAL STOCK NONE 5340-01-158-0134 1005-00-312-7177 6 NONE 7 1005-00-791-5420 8 NONE BASIC ITEMS OF ISSUE (3) DESCRIPTION. CAGEC & PART NO. EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 . SLING & SNAP HOOK ASSY.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 (1) ILLUS.

This appendix lists additional items you are authorized for the support of the MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun..) B-1 .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 APPENDIX B ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST SECTION I. descriptions and quantities are provided to help you identify and request the additional items you require to support this equipment. EXPLANATION OF LISTING National stock numbers.e. TOA which authorizes the item(s) to you. This list identifies items that do not have to accompany the MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun and that do not have to be turned in with it. GENERAL. These items are all authorized to you by TOA. INTRODUCTION SCOPE. The items are listed in alphabetical sequence by item name under the type document (i.

in parenthesis. B-2 . Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with/on equipment. followed by the part number. The last line for each item indicates the Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGEC). a minimum description to identify and locate the item. Column (4) .Unit of issue (U/I). Column (3) . Indicates how the item is issued for the NSN shown in column one.Description CAGEC and Part Number. Column (1) .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS. Column (2) .National Stock Number. Indicates the national stock number (NSN) assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes.Quantity Required (Qty Req). Indicates the Federal item name and if required.

SCRAPER ASSEMBLY (3S679) 46055 MAGAZINE. CAGEC & PART NO.56MM NATO (3S679) PN 46097 B-3 (4) QTY REQ. 100 RND 5. COLLAPSIBLE (3S679) 46060 BLANK FIRING BARREL (BFB) (N00164) 1005-LL-L99-7749 ASSAULT PACK.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II (1) NATIONAL STOCK NONE 1005-01-334-1507 NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST (3) (2) U/I DESCRIPTION.56MM (SEMI RIGID) (3S679) PN 46098 LOAD BEARING EQUIPMENT POUCH (3S679) PN 46130 STRAP. FEEDER MK46 5. EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 6 EA 6 EA 20 . CARTRIDGE (100 RD) (19200) 12944203 STOCK ASSEMBLY.

SOFTPAK (01VS3) 911-7 PATCHES (01VS3) 921 ROD. CLEANING 8” (01VS3) C-6 BRUSH. SOFTPAK CLEANING KIT (01VS3) 223M16 CONSISTS OF: CASE. EA 1 EA 1 EA 10 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 .) (2) DESCRIPTION.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II (1) NATIONAL STOCK 1005-01-448-8513 1005-01-449-9683 1005-01-449-9257 1005-01-449-8934 1005-01-445-6003 1005-01-445-6799 1010-01-445-6797 ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST (cont. CLEANING 30” (01VS3) C-30-5 ROD. CAGEC & PART NO. SHORT (01VS3) 324K SCRAPER (01VS3) 206K B-4 (3) U/I (4) QTY REQ.

LENS (01VS3) 3762 LENS CLEANING SOLUTION & CLOTH (01VS3) 240-4 HANDLE. OBSTRUCTION (01VS3) 104-5 PICK (01VS3) 100-39-5 BRUSH. NO.) (3) (4) (2) U/I QTY DESCRIPTION. SLOTTED BRASS (01VS3) 202-5 REMOVER. BRUSH (01VS3) 318-5 HANDLE “T” (01VS3) 01-5 TIP. ROD (01VS3) 9098 B-5 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 . CAGEC & PART REQ.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II (1) NATIONAL STOCK 1005-01-449-8928 1005-01-449-8902 1005-01-449-9315 1005-01-449-9672 1005-01-449-9943 1005-01-445-6798 NONE 1005-01-445-5889 ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST (cont.

1240-01-412-6608 SCOPE. (4) QTY REQ.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II (1) NATIONAL STOCK ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST (cont. FORWARD (1S002) 95122 SIGHT. DAY. CAGEC & U/I PART NO.) (SOPMOD) (2) (3) DESCRIPTION. REFLEX (0FL29) RX01M4A1 AN/PEQ-2 (ITPIAL) SYSTEM (0B107) ITP-001 AN/PEQ-5 VISIBLE LASER POINTER (0B107) CVL-001 MINI NIGHT VISION SIGHT AN/PVS-17A (55311) 242970-004 SOUND SUPPRESSOR (1S002) 96062 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 1240-01-435-1916 5855-01-422-5253 5860-01-439-5409 5855-01-474-8904 1005-01-437-0324 B-6 . OPTICAL (0FL29) MODEL TA01M4A1 EA 1 1005-01-416-1091 HANDGRIP.

CAGEC & U/I QTY PART NO.) (SOPMOD) (2) (3) (4) DESCRIPTION. REQ.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II (1) NATIONAL STOCK 1005-01-453-4228 1005-01-453-4223 1005-01-453-4221 1005-01-453-4222 1005-01-453-5383 1005-01-453-5386 ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED LIST (cont. 2 RIB RAIL COVER (19200) 12973138 4 RIB RAIL COVER (19200) 12973137 5 RIB RAIL COVER (19200) 12973136 6 RIB RAIL COVER (19200) 12973135 9 RIB RAIL COVER (19200) 12973134 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 11 RIB RAIL COVER (19200) 12973132 EA 1 B-7 .

NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK B-8 .

Column (1) .OPERATOR/CREW"). EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS. C-1 . INTRODUCTION SCOPE.. This appendix lists expendable/durable supplies and materials you will need to operate and maintain the MK46 MOD1 Machine Gun. These items are authorized to you by TOA.g.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 APPENDIX C EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST SECTION I.Level. This column identifies the lowest level of maintenance that requires the listed items (e. "C.

Column (4) . The last line for each item indicates the Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGEC). use it to request or requisition the item.) Column (2) . This is the National stock number assigned to the item.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS (cont. a description to identify the item. Indicates the measure used in performing the actual maintenance function. requisition the lowest unit of issue that will satisfy your requirements. C-2 . Indicates the Federal item name and if required.Description CAGEC & Part Number. in parenthesis.National Stock Number.Unit of Measure (U/M). If the unit of measure differs from the unit of issue. followed by the part number. Column (3) .

LUBRICANT AND PRESERVATIVE (CLP) (81349) MIL-L-63460 4 OZ BTL EA C 9920-00-292-9946 CLEANER. LUBRICANT AND PRESERVATIVE (CLP) (81349) MIL-L-63460 1/2 OZ BTL EA C 9150-01-079-6124 CLEANER. C-3 (4) U/M EA .NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II. TOBACCO PIPE (89855) DILLSPIPECLEANER (3) DESCRIPTION CAGEC & PART NO. C 9150-01-102-1473 CLEANER. EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST (1) LEVEL (2) NATIONAL STOCK NO.

SWAB. SMALL ARMS CLEANING. COTTON (58536) A-A-531 50 lb.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 SECTION II.) (1) LEVEL (2) NATIONAL STOCK NO. WIPING. RAG. C 7920-00-205-1711 C 1005-00-912-4248 (3) DESCRIPTION CAGEC & PART NO. EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST (cont. bdl. COTTON (19204) 11686408 C-4 (4) U/M EA EA .

205 °C = (°F .094 0.18°C -35°F = -37°C WEIGHTS 1 Gram = 0.3937 inches Temperatures 100 Centimeters = 1000 Millimeters = 39.454 0. APPROXIMATE CONVERSION FACTORS TO CHANGE Inches Feet Yards Miles Fluid Ounces Ounces Pounds Centimeters Meters Meters Kilometers Milliliters Grams Kilograms ° Fahrenheit ° Celsius TO Centimeters Meters Meters Kilometers Millimeters Gram Kilograms Inches Feet Yards Miles Fluid Ounces Ounces Pounds ° Celsius ° Fahrenheit MULTIPLY BY 2.NAVY SW360-AG-MMO-012 SOFWEP-01-G10-00017-02 THE METRIC SYSTEM AND EQUIVALENTS LIQUID MEASURE 1 Milliliter = 0.914 1.609 29.394 3.621 Miles 100°F = 38°C Kilometer Millimeters Inches times 25.035 Ounces 1 Kilogram = 1000 Grams = 2.280 1.540 0.001 Liters =0.305 0.034 0.01 meters = 0.32) x 5 ÷ 9 ° F =(°C x 9 ÷ 5) +32 .035 2.4 32°F = 0°C Inches Millimeters divided by 25.001 Kilogram = 1000 milligrams = 0.0338 Fluid Ounces LINEAR MEASURE Centimeter 10 Millimeters = 0.349 0.2lb.37 inches 212°F = 100 °C° Meter 1000 Meters = 0.621 0.573 28.4 0°F = .