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Operators Manual _ 7.62mm M24
sniper Weapons System(SWS)
Military Version of the
Remington 700 June1989
TM owo6-3al-10 2
OlSTRlBUTiON STATEMENT C
DISTRIBUTION - Distribution uthorized to U.S. Government Agencies and their contractors. This publication is required for administration and operational purposas, as determined 2 February
1967. Other mquests for this document will be rdferred to Commander. U.S. Army Armament. Munitions and Chemical Command, ATTN: AMSMC-MAS, Rock Island, IL 612996699.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE - For unclassified, limited documents, destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER I Introduction
Section I General lnformstion II Equipment Description
CHAPTER 2 Section I
Opereting Imtructions Description Service Upon Receipt of Material
Operations and Characteristics
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCSI
Oparetlon Under Usual Conditions Operation Under Unusual Conditions
TABLE OF CONTENTS kont)
CHAPTER 3 Maintanance InStructionS
Section I Lubrication Instructions - II Troubtcshooting Procedures II I Maintenance Procedures IV Preparation For Shipment
CHAPTER 4 Ammunition
AWENOIX A Roforences
ApPENDlX 8 Oawription of Tool US~W
APPENDIX C Sniper Warpon Syrtam PartS List
APPENDIX 0 Expandabk/Ourabk tipplieS (L MaWfiat Lid
APPENDIX E Fabricated Itom
APPEN)(X F CotroaM PrevantW and contml (CpC) F-l
SECflON I: GENERAL INFORMATION
optic sight that you will need to underrtmd the in- structions In this book.
This figure shows the parts of me ammunltion
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This manual contains instructions for the operation and maintenance of the M24 Sniper Wea-
This manual is published for the purpose of identifying an euthorized commercial manual for the use
of the personnel to whom this equipment is issued.
All ninteranct for the y14 Sniper Weapon System NW) ir operator level. Any drficioncer that occur dich the operator cannot correct mill require tbe weapon aad day optic right k turned in to tbe proper mintearace/supply cbaanel for return to the contractor. (See Chapter 3, Section IV, Preparation for Sbipmnt).
1-2. MAINTENANCE FORMS AN0 RECORDS
Lhpartmat of the Army forms and prowduras used for equipment maintenance will be those
prescribed by DA PAM 738-750, The Army Malntensnw Msnagament System (TAMMSI.
1-3. REPORTINO EOUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENOATIONS (EIRa)
If your Snim Weapon System needs improvement, let us know. Send us an EIR. You, the user,
am the only one who ten tell us what you dont like about your equipment. Let us know why you
dont like the design or performance. Army users put it on an SF 366 fOursIlty Oe+ician~
Report). Mail it to us et Commander, U.S. Army Armament, Munitions and Chmkrl Command ATTN: AMSMC-QAG, Rock Island, IL 612696666. We will send you a rapfy.
l-4. NOMENCLATURE CROSS REFEREf&E Lf6T
The nomenclatures are to k considered interchmgabfr whereyer usad throughput the manuaf.
Day Optic Sight Scppa Day Optic Sight Dust Cover, Front Dust Coyer, Front
Day Optic Sight Dust Cover, Rear Dust Covar, Rear
Soft Rifle Carrying Case Case, Carryin& Waaptm
1.6. DESTRUCTION OF MATERIEL 70 PREVENT ENENY USE.
Dnfy your commending officer can give the order to destroy materiel u) pnvsnt artamy usa. &for
to TM 150-244-l.
l-6. NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL (NBC) DECONTAMINATION
General procedures can be found in FM 3-67 and FM 3-6.
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SECTION II: EDUlPMENT DESCRIPTION
1.7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Ammunition - 7.62mm. 366 Win., Ml 16 Special Ball Barrel rifling. 5 radial with t turn in 11.2 inches
Murdc velocity - Approx. 2,660 feet per second
Maximum effective range. 800 meters Overall length (butt to muzzle) - 43 inches Magazine capacity - 5 rounds in 7.62mr-n Rifle weight with sling . 12.1 Ibs. nominal Day optic sight magnification _ 10 power with adjustable focus Day optic s-&t weight with rings - 1.75 Ibs. nominal Day optic sight with cese fincluding metallic (iron) sights):
Weight .4.5 Ibs. Dimensions _ 16 x 7 x 4 314
Combat weight (rifle with sling, day optic sight, and full magazine) - 14.25 Ibs. Depfowttent kit with case:
Wef#tt - 3.5 Ibs. Dimensions - 8 112 x 7 x 3 114
Sniper Weapon System: Total Weight - 64 ~bs. Dimensions- 51 x 18 x 13 374
8lpod foptiond) weight - .7 Ibs. nominal
l-8. RIFLE AND SIGHTING COMPONENTS TM 9.Ia75308-10 8
(8) MAJOR ASSEMBLIES
Day OPIIC Sight Front Sight I I
(bl RIFLE Barrel Assembiy
- Trigger Guard Assembly
Deployment Cme Firing Pin Assembly Front Guard SC- Rear Guard Screw Front Sight Bese Screw Swivel Screw Swirrl, Sling Front Sight insert Kit Reer Si*t Base Screw Trigger Pull Adj. Screw Brush. Cleaning S&l Socket Wrench Attechment 3/B
Drive Hex Bit 502 .O!X Keyv. Socket Heed Screw 1116 Key. Socket Heed Screw 51B4 Key, Socket Head Screw 3/32 Key. Socket Heed Screw 7184 Key, Sockbt Head Screw l/B Key, Socket Head Screw 5M2 Key, Socket Heed Screw T-hendle Combo Wrench Dey Optk Slat Windage Dial WI
Dav%Gc Sight Elevotlon Diel
Dw Optic Sight Adj. Diel Dust Covar
Dev Optic Sight Ring Screws 0.v Optic Sight Base Straw F rant Oey Optic Sight Base Screw Rear Dav Optic Sight Dust C-r, Front Day Optic Si*t Dust Cover Rear Brush, Chamber Brurh, Bore oil Bottle Magezine Spring Magezlne Follower Socket, Socket Wrench 112 T-Handle Torque Wrench Wrench, Box and Open 112 Reer Sight Bese plug Screw Dev Optic Sight SundMe Swab& Cleming, Smell Arms Clomlng Rod Kit Lena Cleaning Kit
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SECTION 1. DE~RIPTION
2-1. OESCRIPTION :
The M24 Sniper Weapon System rifle is a 7.62mm bolt action B-shot mpetilng rifle.
2-2 THE SYSTEM. The system consists of tha rifle, day opric right metaUk (iron) sights. bipod loptbul). deployment kit, cleaning kit (rifle and optic), rofl rticrrryin3cr~. pptic or~aomuso, snd operators menual.
23. OPERATING FLEXIBILITIES - This is a bdt action 6-hot mpeoting rlflr. The day optk sight can be remold and replaced easily, and with Ion than l/2 tnlnuta of Anglo WOAI
change In zero. Howvw It Is recommended that the day optic sight k loft on thr rifle. tit&
lit (iron) ri*ts ata provided for a back-up righting system l d can k quickly Insmllod lho stock has an adjurtablr butt plate to accommodatr Imgth of pull.
TM *l-306-10 4 SECTfDN II: 6ERVfCE UPDN RECEIPT W MATERIEL
6efom starting an inspection, andlor~parforming any maintenance pro
rifle hes been cleared. Inspect the chamber to ba sure that it is empty. Check to see that them are no obrtructlons in the barrel. Do not keep live
ammunition near work/maintenance area.
24 6ERVEE UPDN RECEIPT
a. Chmzk ayatem CIH for demrge. lnsprct the squipmortf kr damage incurred during l hipmerrt. tf the oquiprnam has bean damaged. report the damage on SF 364, Report of Discmpsncy (ROU).
b. Inspect contents of system case against Sniper Weapon system parts list fsaa Appendix CL Report all dlscreponcles in accordance with the Instructions of DA PAM 738-750.
C. Field strip rifle and ensure there are no missing parts Use para 3-4 and l-8).
d. Clean rifle. After claaning, inspect bore to ensure that there are no obstructions; i.e.,
cleaning tips, cleaning patches remaining In the bore free para 2-l 1 and 3-5).
e. Adjust stock es per lnrtructionr Gee pera 2-12).
1. Attech dey optic sight to rifle end perform setetylfunctlon checkr bee pere 2-13 end 3-7).
9. Check zero of rifle with day optic sight be pen 2-22).
h. Clean weepon Isee pere 3-5).
1. Weepon is ready for service.
1. If eny deficiencies en found, Army II- submit en SF 366 (DuJity ChfiCkncv m) to: Commmder, US. Army Armement, Munltlom end Chemical Comme~N AtTN:
AMSMC-OAG. Rock blend IL. 612B6000.
SECTIDN III: OPERATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS
2-6 THE SAFETY
0. The sefety is loceted on the right reer side of the receiver end provide8 protectlon egeinat eccidentei or unintentfonel discherge under normd usege when properly en6eged. 2-3
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b. To engage the safety. put the safety in the S position (see Figure 2-l).
c. Always put the safety in the S posi-
tlm before handling, loading, or unloading the rifle.
The rifle will fin when the trigger is
d. When you are ready to fire the rifle and
the sights am on targat. put the safety in the
F podtion (see Figure 2-2).
2-6 THE BOLT ASSEMBLY
The bolt assembly locks the cartridge into thechamber.
2-7 CLEARING PROCEDURES TM S-1-10
a. place vwaoon on safe (S).
If weapon does not go on safe lSl, perform the following steps with extra
Lift bolt handle fully and pull to the rear: (Place weapon on sak if UnObb to in SW a.)
inspect chamber for round.
d. lnsoect maaazine for a round.(lf a round is in the magazine, then prawn floorpfate Ietch and drop round outbf magazine see figure 2-3).
e. Close floorplate, weapon is ctear.
24 TO REMOVE BOLT ASSEMBLY
a. Perform the clearing procedures.
b. Push the bolt stop ratease up Isee Figure Z-3).
C. As you push the bolt stop release. slide the bolt assamMy from the rifle.
Figurn 2-3 ..; , ,I 26
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2-9 TO INSTALL THE BOLT ASSEMBLY
Point the rifle in e safe direction.
Put the safety in the 7 position.
Bolt must be cocked to be installed.
See instructions pare 3-6.
Align the lugs on the bolt essembly with the mceiver (re Figure 24). I Figun 24 d. slide the bolt essemblv into the receiver and push all the way in.
e. To lock the bolt assembly into position, push the bolt handle down so that locking lugs on the bolt em locked Into the receiver.
2-10 THE TRIGGER ASSEMBLY
Pulling the trigger fires the rifle when the safety is in the F position.
The trigger Is adjusted at the factory for a 2.6 Ibs. nominal trigger pull force.
c. The operator may increese the trigger
pull force up to a msximum force of 8 Ibs.
with the 1116 Key. Socket Head Screw povided in the deployment kit. To in- * crease the trigger pull, turn the adjusting
screw clockwise (see Figure 2-5). Turning
the adjusting screw count8rctockwise will
decrease the trigger pull to a minimum of
2 lb. 4djusting Screw F&w. 24
Never remwe the trigger m8chanism. or m8ko 8djurtm8nts to the trigg8r
asrsmbfy, except the trlgger pull force edjustmmt d8scribed ebove.
2.11 THE BARREL
*. To check
th8 inside Of the barrel:
Perform the clearing procedurcn (s8e pare 2-7). : Remove the bdt eas8mbly ~instructions on pera 2-8).
Look through the inside of th8 berref from the ch8mb8r 8nd to the mUZZf8.
b. To remoc an object from insidet%~barrel: (dirt. residue from cleaning patch, etc.)
Ill Use the cleaning rod.
(2) Push the cleaning rod from the chamber end all the way through the barrel
until the rod comes out the muzzle.
13) Clean the barrel (following instructions pera 3-5).
2-12 STOCK ADJUSTMENT Figure 2-6
a. Thick wheel is for adjusting shoulder
stock. Thin wheel is for locking shoufder
stock (see Figure 2-6).
b. Turn thick wheel clockwise to Iength-
c. Turn thick wheel counterclockwise
to shorten stock.
d. To lock position of shoulder stock, turn thin wheel clockwise against thick wheel.
8. To unfock position of shoulder stock, turn thin wheel counterclockwise away from thick whwl.
Z-13 HOW TO MOUNT THE DAY OPTIC SIGHT TM 01oQbJob10 ..*
a. Before mounting the dey optic sight, lubricate the threads of each mounting nut.
b. Insure smooth movement of each mounting nut and mount claw.
Inspect for burrs and foreign matter between each mounting ring nut and mount elm. Burn or foreign matter must be removed prior to mounting.
Mount the day optic sight end rings to the base (see Figures 2-7 and 2-8). NOTE
There are two (21 sets of mounting slots. Select the set of slot8 whkh provide the proper eye rel!ef. Once a set of slots is chosate. the un~ set
should alwaYs k used in order for the system to mtein 2010.
Ensure moun ring surface of base is free of dirt, oil or gmase.
8. Set each ring bolt spline In the selected dot kee Figure 2-71.
f. Slide the rear mount clew against the bese. Finger tlghten the mounting rtog nut.
9. Slide the front mount claw against the base. Finger tighten the mounting ring nut. 29
Be sure the mounting base is fastened sacuntjy to the rlflo. Loose mount-
the rifle when firing, possibly injuring the shoomr.
6trpr h. and i. should be performed only when the dry optic sight is attachedlraattached over an axtendad (ariod (more than 60 cyclrj and rezeroing of the system cannot be accomplished through liva fir- lng.Otherwlsa use the T-handle tor- qua wrench as described in steps j. through 1.
h. Utilizing the l/2 cornSnation wrench, tighten the rear mounting ring nut 114 turn (I. a. rotate 90 degrees).
i. UtiHdng the 112 combination wrench, tlghten the front mounting ring nut l/4 turn (1. 0. rota&e 90 degrees).
CAUTION Be sure that T-handle torque wnnch, has been certiflad/calibratad In accor- dance with TB 43-0196.
Using the T-handle torque wrench, l;hlch is wewt to 65 in. lb., tiohten the rear mounting ring nut.
k. Using the T-handle torque wrench, tighten the front mounting ring.
I. ml 8-mm--10 23
*fter ;n;t;at 10 rounds have been fired, retorque the rear then the front moundng%g nut.
a. Utilizing the l/Z combination wrench, loosen the front mounting rinQ nut (fOtata cow- terclockwise).
b. Utilizing the l/2 combination wnn~h, loosen the rear mounting dng nut (rotate CoUn- terclockwise).
Rotare the day optic sight towards nuts.
Remove day optic sight.
SECTION IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES IPMCSI
Before starting an inspection procedure clear the weafmn. Inspact tha chamber and magazine to ansure that they are empty. Do not [email protected] liva ammuntion near work/maintenance araa.
If Your Equiprwnt Fails to Operate. Refer to troubleshooting in Chaptar 3. Haport any dafi- ciencies using the propar forms &a DA PAM 7387501.
2-16 PMCS PROCEDURES
The PMCS lists those required checks and services to be performed bv parsonnsl who wMrated tha M24 Sniper Weapon System before and after use.
a. Bafora O~arati~n. Perform your bafora IB) PMCS. This is a brief servicr to ansura tha M24 SWS is ready for oparation.
b. Owing Operation. Not Applicable. 2-l 1
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c. Aftr Opration. Perform your after (A) PMCS. This service should correct. where pos-
sible, all operational deficiencies so the M24 SWS will be ready to operate when needed.
d. Not Raady/AvaifaMe If Column. The PMCS table also lists those deficiencies which make
the M24 SWS not ready/available. If these deficiencies are not correctable such deficiencies will
require that the complete weapon system be turned in to the proper maintenance/supply channel
for return to the contractor. (see Chapter 3, Section IV, Preparation For Shipment).
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) TABLE
B=Bafore Opera1 ion D=During Opuation A-After Opamtion
Item Intr* ITEM TO BE INSPECTED Equipmmt is NOT No. BDA Rocdure READYIAVAILABLE~
1 0 0 EQUIPMENT. Check the Sniper Weapon System Parts List for completeness and serviceability &a Appendix CI.
2 0 0 RIFLE. Visually inspect the entire rifle for damaged or missing
rifle components (see Figure l-1).
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PREVENTIVE MAlNtENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES iPMCS) TABLE
S-Beforo Oparetion D=During Operation A-After Ofmretion
fTEM TO SE INSPECTED Equipmoot b NOT -
ProCe&W READY/AVAILABLE IF
CLEAN the rifle and day optic sight as per cleaning instructions
(see pars 3-5).
ACTUATE SAFETY. (weapon must be cocked, see instructions
in pera 3-6).
a. Place safety in safe position ISI. pull triggar. Firing pin head should not fall forward.
(Firfng pin head falb fonwerd. _
b. Place safety in the fire position (F), pull triggar. Firing pin head should fall forward. IA click should be heerdl.
Firing pin head does not fall forwerd. +p
PRE&TIE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) TABLE
D-During Dparation A=Aftn Dparation
ITEM TO BE INSPECTED Equipmant ia NOT - PfocdWl READY/AVAILABLE IF:
BOLT OPERATION. Grasp bolt handle, lift upward and slide bolt to the rear. Operation should be smooth.
If operation ir not smooth. -42
MAGAZINE FLOORPLATE. Push the floorplate latch to re-
leasa the floorplate. Open floorplate fully. Magazine spring and follovvar should release from the magazine 6e.e para Z-18).
ff magazine spring and follower do not release. m_
DAY OPTIC SIGHT SYSTEM. Sight through the day optic
sight; inspect for visual obstruction of target image, dust, dirt, pits or moisture on optical rurfacas, loose or broken optical
These conditions are prasent and cannot be corrected through
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCB) TABLE
B=Before Operation D-During Operation A-After Opemtion
ITEM TO BE INSFECTED Equipmeut is NOT _ Preeedun READY/AVAILABLE IF:
DAY OPTIC SIGHT W/MOUNT. (See pare Z-131.
a. Check for demegad, loosa or missing per-U.
b. Check to ensure that day optic sight is securely mount
ed to mating split rings, and reticle is wrticd.
Day optic sight Is luosc or reticle is not wrticel. -
c. Ensure that day optic sight dust covers ara installed
d. Oust and clean exposed optical surfaces, (See per8 3-B).
SAFETV/FUNCTlON CHECK. Perform safety/function check
as shown in pera 3-7.
The rifle fails sefety/function checks. -
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2-17 IN9PECTlON Fiere 2-9
This rifle should be inspected befom
and after Rring by tie operator.
0. Check to ensure the bore and chamber are clean and free of dirt or other objects (see
pere 2-l 1 and 3-5).
b. Check guard scmws for proper torque of 65 In. lb. uslno T-iwnde torque wrench fsee Flgum 2-S).
Proper Torque 65 in. Ibs.
C. Check day optic right mounting nuts for proper torque of 65 In. Ibs. (see Figure 2-10).
2-11 TO REMOVE MAGAZINE SPRING AND MAGAZINE FOLLOWER
Push the floorplate latch to release the
doorplate (see Figure 2-16).
b. Open the floorplate fully.
c. Insert cleaning rod slotted tip between
spring !eaf attached to floordote. Uft and
pull magazine spring and follower assembly
towerd rear of floorplate (see Figure 2-l 1).
d. Separate magazine spring from mage- zinc follower.
2-19 TO ASSEMBLE MAGAZINE SPRING AND MAGAZINE FOLLOWER
a. Compmss magerine spring to deter-
mine Ionpest megezine spring leg tree Figure
Cleening Rod Slotted Tip
Longmt Maguh sprlflg Lag
z? Ffgun 2.12
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. -4%. .. hen loft(psi mrguine spring leg
un&r tobe on magazine follower end slidr
forward until leg rnepa into position. Ensure
log is meted undcw the mqpzine follower
tebt 1~ Figure 2-13).
C. Align short megezlne spring leg wkh tab on floorplete he Figure 2-14). Slide
meguine spring end follower enemblv into flootplete until awnbly snaps into position.
~j Sho*n Leg Unchr Taba
SECTION V. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
Always keep your finger away from the trlggpr unless you intand to flm.
Make sure the rifle Is not already loaded by inspectins the magazine and
2-20 TO LOAD THE RIFLE
WARNING Always use authorized ammunition and check condition before Joading
Point the rifle in a safe direction.
Put the safety in the S position.
Rake the bolt handle.
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d. Pull the bdt handle all the way back.
e. Push five (5) cartricgn of the author- lzed ammunition. one at a tlma. into the map azine. Kaep bullets aligned toward the cham- bar. (sea Figurn 2-161.
To ensum proper functlonlna cartridges should be set fully rearward In
f. Put ona cartridge into the chamber.
9. Usa your flngar to push the cartridgss in the magwlne all the way down. S10wiv slick the
bolt forward, so that the bolt slides over the top of the cartrldges in the magazine.
h. Push the bolt handle down.
THE RIFLE IS NOW LOADED
Before firing the rifle, put the safety in the F position.
THE RIFLE IS READY TO FIRE
i. Squeezing the trigger will fire the rifle.
2-21 TO UNLOAD THE RIFLE
a. Point the muzzle in a safe direction.
Make sure the safety is in the S position.
Raise the bol! handle.
d. Put one hand over the top ejection port.
8. Slowly pull the bolt handle back with your other hand to remove the cartridr from the
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Rvmove the cartridge from the rifle.
Put your hand under rhe floorplate.
I m qlal6-366-~ h. Push the floordata latch to release
tha floorplate be Figure 2-16).
The magazine spring and follower will be
released from the magazine.
i. Remove the released cartridges.
I. Push in the magazine follower, then
close the floorplate.
Make sure there are no cartridgas in the chamber or magazine.
2-22 THE DAY OPTIC SIGHT
a. FOCUSING THE EYEPIECE
Focusing the eyepiece should be
dune after mounting the day optic
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(1) Unscrew the eyepiece to back it away from the lock ring. (See Figure Z-17). DO NOT attempt to loosen the lock ring first; it will automatically be loose when you back
away the eyepiece (no tools are needed). .
(2) Decide whether to screw out the eyepiece or to screw in the Byepiece, Make your decision based upon this logic: If you tend to hdd things away from youraeif in order to
see them clearer for did before you wore glassesl. perform Step 3 by unscrewing the eye-
piece. If you tend to hold things cloeer to your eyes in order to see them clearer for did
before you wore glasses), perform Step 3 by screwing in the eyepiece. If it is determinad
that the eyepiece must be turned in, be sure to turn the lock ring in prior to theeyepiece being turned in.
(3) Turn the eyepiece several turns so as to move it at least one/eighth of an inch. It will take this much change to achieve any measurable effect on the focus.
(4) Look through the day optic sight at the sky or a blank wall and check to see if the reticle appears sharp and crisp.
(51 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until focus is achieved. Then lock up the eyepiece by turning
the lock ring to the eyepiece.
b. WINDAGE AND ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Adjustment dials are located under adjustment dust covers.
The Uey. Socket Head Screw to be used is l/16.
(1) The elevation dials are calibrated for the ballistic trajectory of a specific bullet with a
specific initial velocity, under standard conditions, at sea level.
(21 The dial marked 7.62 is for the 7.62mm. Ml 18 Special Ball ammunition.
13) To adjust the day optic sight, the following procedures should be used: ignoring the range markings on the dials. adjust the windage and elevation dials as needed to precisely zero the rifle for optimum performance on the target selected, (one click on the elevation dial represents 1 min- ute of angle. one click on the windage dial represents l/2 minute of angle). When the day optic sight is precisely zeroed with the weapon on this target, loosen the set screws hofdlng the dlels,
and turn the elevation dial to locate the numeral corresponding to the target range over the Index line. Retiohten the set screws. Turn the windaga dial until 6 is under the index line. Retighten
the set screws.
M24 DAY OPTIC SIGHT TM
l/5 MIN NOMINAL
1 3/4 MIN. DIA.
FOCUS ADJUSTMENT \- Fieun 2-19
Adjustment dial is located under
adjustment dust cover.
The focus adjustment is the dial as viewed
from the reer. (See Figure 2-19). It hes
limiting stops with the two extreme
positions symbolized by the infinitv merk and the largest dot (see Figure
2-20). The purpose of this adjustment
is to keep the terget In focus. If the
target is close, the dial will be set at * position in the region of the largest dot (as referenced by the white line on
the index sleeve).
2-23 METALLIC IIRON) SIGHTS I
HOW TO INSTALL METALLIC cut Out Por
a. (IRON) SIGHTS
Ill Align the front sight and front sight baw. (See Figure 2-211.
(2) Slide the front sight over the base. (See Figure 2-22).
Before securing front sight. ensure front sight screw is engaged in the cut out portion of the sight base.
(3) Tighten the screw slowly to ensure that
the screw seats into the cut out portion of the sight base. (see Figure 2-21).
(4) Remove one of the three set screws from the rear sight base located on the left rear of the receiver. (see Figure 2-23).
NOTE Operator desired eye relief will deter- mine which set screw will be removed.
(51 Align the rear sight with the rear sight base, taking care to use the hole which will provide the operator desired eye relief. (sea Figure 2-231.
(6) Tighten the screw to secure the rear
sight to the base.
Set Screw -*
Fip8n 2-22 4
r e---ro,2 ADJUSTMENTS OF METALLIC (IRONI SIGHTS (1) Adjunmants are l/4 MOA (Minute of Angle). One MOA equals approximately 1 et 166
yards, 6 et 666 yrds. etc. There are twelve 114 MOA squalling 3 MOA adjustment in each knob ravofutlon. TotJ elevation ediustment Is 60 MOA.&66 et 1,666 yards) e.nd total windage ed-
iustment is 36 MOA (360 et 1,666 yards).
(2) Turning the elavation knob In the direction marked UP raises the Point of Impact
fP.O.I.1 and turning the windage knob in the direction marked R moves the P.O.I. to the right.
(3) Adjustment scdes era of the wmier type. Each graduation on the top scale equals 3 MOA.
Each graduatfon on the opposing bottom scde equals 1 MOA.
(4) To use, note the point et which graduations on both the top and bottom scales are aligned.
(6) Count the number of full 3 MOA graduations from 0 on the top scale to 0 on the bottom reds. Add this figure to the number of 1 MOA graduations from 0 on the bottom scale
to the point where the two graduations are aligned. Two examples are shown. (See Figure 2-24).
(6) After zeroing the sight to the rifle at the preferred range. loosen the elevation end windage
indicator plate screws with the Key. Socket Heed Screw provided. Align the 6 on the plate wlth
the 6 on the sight body. Retighten the plate screws. Now, loosen the spring tension screws end
the set screws in each knob and align the 0 of the knob with the reference line on the sight.
TM Q1006901-1 48 Pressing the knob against the sight, ti#!ten the set screws and then tightm the spring tomion screws equally until a definite click can be felt when the knob Is turned. This click an k
sharpened or softened to your preference by loosening or tightening the spring scowl eq~lly
on each knob. You can now make windage and elevation corrections and return quickly to urn standard.
* Figure 2-24 Windage Indicator Plate
Spring Tension Scr
Elevation Indicator Plate
2.24 BIPOD (DPTIDNAL ACCESSORV)
a. BIPDD ATTACHMENT
Always keep the rifle pointed in e
sefe direction, down range or toward
the impact ems. Check the chembar and magazine to make sure there are
no cartridgas in the weapon.
The bipod is always atteched with
the legs pointed toward the muzzle of the rifle.
(11 While applying pressure to side plates.
turn set screw counterclo&wisa until side
plates protrude through the bipod base. (Sea Figure 2-25).
F lpure 2-25
LU% , ,Leather Pads Friction Lock
(2) Squeeze set screw ends of side plates together and Place [email protected] Of side plates into holes in &pod
Position bipod mounting base against stock and turn sat SW&V clockwisa fin--tight.
Using appropriate tool (slotted screw driver, 5/32 key, socket head straw. coin, etc.) turn set screw clockwise l/4 turn.
Remove in reverse order.
Sat screw should always be kept tight, check occasiondly.
BIPOD LEG ADJUSTMENT
Grasp bipod leg and pull downward away from barrel.
Turn friction lock counterclockwisa (see figure 2-25). Grasp foot of biped fOg and PUtI Out.
Turn friction lock clockwise until tight.
Repeat for other bipod leg.
Retract legs by turning friction lock counterclockwise to loosen.
Push in on release. Leg wilt retract. (See Figure 2-25).
Fold leg up.
Repeat fcr other bipod leg.
Wipe steel parts occasionally with an oi)y rag. Do not use oil on Jeather p&s on Upod bese &a Figure 2-251. 2-22
S:CT,DN VI. OPERATION UNDER UNUSLfAL CONDITIONS
CAUTlOhj I If extensive corrosion is found and
cleaning does not solve the problem,
turn the complete weapon system in
to the proper maintenance/supply
channel for return to the contractor.
(See Chapter 3, Section IV, Prepara- tion For Shipment).
Unusual conditions are defined as any condition requiring special main- tenance of the rifle.
Perform the maintenance outlined for the climate that most applies
m your operational ares. Refer to page 3-1 for lubrication inrtruc-
25 EXTREME COLD
When operating rifle in extremely cold climates. clean and lubricate the rifle inside at
om temperature, if posslbfe.
CAUTION TM [email protected]?; When operating in climates where the temperature is below -25 dagraes
Fahrenheit, the firing pin assembly should be stripped of all lubrication.
b. Appfv a light coat of Lubricant Arctic Weapon (LAW) to all function8f parts.
C. To prevent freezing, keep the rifle cov&ed when moving from a warm to a cold area. This will allow gradual cooling.
d. Always keep the rifle dry.
e. Keep ammunition dty; moisture will cause malfunctions. Do not lubricate the ammunition.
f. Always keep snow out of the bore of the barrel. If snow should get into the bore, Clean
the bore before firing using a swab and cleaning rod.
2-26 HOT DRY CLIMATES
Dust and sand can get into rifle and cause malfunctions and excessive wear on comportant COnttICt surfaces during firing. Keep the rifle covered when possible. Use CLPlLSA sparingly.
2-27 HEAVY RAIN AND FORDING OPERATIONS -ALL CLIMATES
a. Perform maintenance in accordance with cleaning procedures in para 3-5 and apply a thin coat of CLP/LSA. Do not lubricate ammunition.
b. Always a!tempt to keep rifle dry.
TM *Oc#=Y C. Always drain any water from barrel prior to flring. Dry the bore with a swab ad cleaning rod.
2.28 HOT, WET CLIMATES
a. Perform maintenance more frequently. Inspect hidden surfaces for corrosion. If corrosion
is found. clean and lubricate with CLPILSA.
b. To help prevent corrosion, remove handprints with (I cloth. Dry off end then lubricate
C. Check ammunition and. megazine frequently for corrosion. If necessary, clean ammunition
with e dry cloth. Do not lubricate ammunition.
SECTION VII. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
2.29 IMMEDIATE ACTION
a. Immediate action is the prompt action taken by the user to correct a stoppage. The pro- cedure for applying immediate action should become instinctive 10 the user, without the user
ettempting to discover the cause. It is important that the user apply immediate actlon instinctively
to correct a stoppage.
49 I 1
During the following procedures always keep the rifle pointed in (I Safe
b. When the bolt is fully forward and the handle Is down and the rifle fails to fire, rrp~fy immediate action as follows:
(1) Squeeze the trigger again.
(21 If the rifle does not fire, retract the bolt to eiect the cartridge. Slide bolt forward
to chamber another round.
(3) Squeeze the trigger.
(4) If the rifle still does not fire, clear the rifle and replete the ammunition.
(5) Continue to apply immediate action. If the rifle still doer not fire. rifle.
(61 If the rifle does not fire after the application of immediate action, a detailed inwec-
tion should be made to determine the cause of the stoppage (see ~ro&ferh~ting prOa- durer, pera 3-3).
SECTION I. LUBRlCl 3-l LUBE WIDE
NC The instructions $ thi
Over-lubrication should k avoIded ot :;I times. A thin coat of gpropriate lub- riant is all that Is needed to prewnt the possibility of corrosion.
When the rifle Is to be stored It should 2 carefully cleaned end thorou~ly oiled. Coat bolt face, extractor, ejector. bor8. chamber and exterior of trigger msen~bh/ with CLP/LSA. Further lubrication is not necessary. (See Figure 3-l 1.
C. When the rifle is to be USA, all lubrication must be removed from the chm- her and borr. Lubricate thr bolt l~gr and cocking cam to prevent wear.
NOTE The spare firlng pin assembly I coated with CLP for shipping pur- pOSOS.
d. Ensure spare firing pin mmblv found in the deployment kit has a thin .
rE mctbl M mmdatorf.
Cocking Cam Ejector
Chem.br and Bon
coat of lubricant,CLP/LSA/LAW. at all times
TM -=-=-~ 3-2 GENERAL
Parform Before and After Operations PMC6 if you are the assigned operator and the weapon has
baan stored in an arms room and not used for a period of B6 days, or you hava been issued the
waapon for the first time Bee pare 2-16).
An inactive weapon is a weapon, whether assigned or not assigned to an
individual, that is stored In an erms room for a period of 96 days. Clean-
ing (PMCSI of an inactlva weapon will be performed every 90 deys. This
will ensure propar inspection intervals to safeguard against corroslon and detect worn or damaged parts which may require replacement.
SECTION II. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
33. TROUBLESH OGTING
This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may occur, nor all causes and corrective actions. If e malfunction is not correctable, turn the complete weapon system in to the proper mainten-
ance/supply channel for return to the contractor. (See Chapter 3, Section IV. Preparation For
. WARNING Before performing any of the troubleshooting procedures, make sure the
3-2 rifle is clear/unloaded.
..- * I 1 ,.. ._j(
1. FAIL ~0 FIRE
2. BOLT BINDS
1. Safety in S Position.
c. Firing pin damaged.
d. Firing pin binds.
e. Short firing pin pmtrusion.
1. Firing control out of ad- justment.
3. Triggar out of adjustment.
1. Triggar does not retract.
. Trigger binds on triggar guard #. Firing pin doar not remain In
tha cocked position with bolt
1. Guard screw protrudea into
b. Scope base screw protruda, Into bolt track.
I. Move safaty to F po- sition.
3. Eject round.
c. Change firing pin assembly.
d. Change firing pin assambly. e. Change firing pin assambty.
f. Turn the complete waapon
system in to the pmmr main-
tenance/supply channel for
mum to the contractor.
g. Same as 1. above.
h. Same a~ 1. above. I. Sama as 1. above. j. Same as f. above.
a. Turn the complete [email protected]~~ system in to the pmpar main-
tenancekupply channel for
return to the contractor.
b. Same as a. above. 33
3. FAIL TO FEED
4. FAIL TO EJECT
5. FAIL TO EXTRACT
a. Bolt override cartridge.
b. Cartridge stems chamber.
c. Megazine in backwards.
d. Weak or broken magazine
a. Broken ejector.
b Fouled ejector plunger.
a. Broken extractor.
I. Seat cartridge fully rear- ward in magazine. >. Pull bolt fully rearward. 3emove stemmed cartridpe
rom ejection port area. Re- xxition cartridge fully in the magaaine. :. Remove magazine spring vld reinstall with long leg sn follower. d. Replace spring
s. Turn the complete weapon system in to the proper main- tenance/supply channel for return to the contractor. b. Inspect and clean bolt face. If malfunction cont- inues. refer to a. above. a. Turn the complete weapon system in to the proper main- tenance/supply channel for return to the contractor.
TM e-m10 SECTION III. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 66 .. .j
3.4. DISASSEMBLY WIELD STRIPPING).
Dry firlng of the rifle Is only to & done In conjunction wlth PMCS (pare 2-161 and safety/function checks (pars 3-7) end/w during training.
TAKEDOWN PROCEDURE: (Field Stripping)
(1) CLEAR THE WEAPON
Check the chamber and magazine to make sure there are no cartridges
in the rifle.
(2) Point the rifle in a safe direction.
(31 Put the safety in the S position.
14) Remove the bolt assembly.
Steps 5 and 6 should ONLY be done when absolutely neoassar~.
16) Loosen front end mar trlmr r guard screws (see Figure 3-2).
16) Lift stock assambly from barrel rtion.
(7) Reassemble in reverse order.
\ Trigger Guard Screws /
Be sura that T-handle torque wrench has been certified/calibrated in
-dance with T6 430196. NOTE
Front and rear trigger guard screw must be tightened to 65 in. Ibs. using
T-handle torque wrench.
3-5. CLEANING AND INSPECTION: NOTE
If faults are found during inspection that cannot be corrected. turn the
3-6 complete weapon in to the proper maintenence/supply channel for return to the contractor.
a. CLEAR THE WEAPON TM Q1006--10 87
Put the safety in the S position.
I WARNINO Check the chamber and magazine to make sure them am no cutridgm in the rifle. I
b. TO CLEAN THE WEAPON CAUTION
Under no circumstences should carbon cleaning compounds k usud on any component of the system.
(11 Use the cleaning kit provided (for field cleaning).
It is recommended to use a one (11 piece coated or maximum thm~ (3)
piece brass 30 cal. cleaning rod.
12) Remove the bolt assembly (see instruc- tions in pare 2-8).
(3) Push ths floorplate latch to release the
floorplate (see Figure 3.3)...
3-7 .., ./ ..
Tkl l lolmay (4) Attrh the bore brush to the cleenlng rod.
(51 Apply gun doaning- solvent to the bon brush (see Amndlx Dl.
9arrd should Iry horlzontdly with ntuuto [email protected]ly downward with the ojecdon port facing down during clmlng. Always clean the bevel from
the chamber end to the muzzle.
16) Push and wlthdmw the born brush completely through the barrul several time%
(7) Remove brush from rod, attach tip with swab, and push completely [email protected] thr
18) Repeat several times, using a new cleaning swab each time, until the swab IS not dirty.
(9) wipe the inslds of magazine and receiver with a cloth dampened with gun cleening
solvent and wipe dry.
(10) Dust and wipe external portions of rifle with a clean cloth (for dust md dirt).
I1 1) Wlpe and lubricate edjuneMe butt plate screw shaft end both wheels (see Figure 2-91
wfth CLP/LSA lses Appendix D).
3.9 f 12) Lubrkate as per lubrication, pare 3-t.
c. THE BOLT ASSEMBLY
Vigorously clean the bolt face with a small
cleaning brush dampened with gun cleaning
solvent Bee Figure 341. Wipe bolt awemblv
clem and dry.
d. CLEAN THE DAY OPTIC SIGHT
(1) Remova large particles from ex-
posed lens surfaces by first Mowing on
the surface. Then brush with lens
(2) Apply lens cleening fluid or
isopropyl alcohol to non-silicone lens
cleaning tissue. Wipa lens in a circu- lar motion starting In the center of lem and working towards the out-
If fingerprints are observed. remove
immediately using the above pro-
PMCS should be performed before
and after firing.
w. REMOA?AND REPLACEMENT OF
PIRIM PIN A88EMBLY
a. FIRING PIN ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
(11 Rommm bolt assembly as per ln-
rtructions in pm 2-8.
Be sure bolt is in the cocked position.
(21 Plow bolt in wrtlcJ positlcn
tith bdt handr to the top. (Soa Flguro 3-6).
13) Place Boar notch. on firing pin head, against a hard surface and pull downward on bolt handle, compress- ing the spring. &ea Figure 3-8).
M) Firing pin head wlll be pushed
above bolt plug. While rdred, a slot
In the firing pin head can be observed.
(61 Plum an ob+act into slot (iden-
3-10 tiflcation tag, dime, etc.).
(6) Screw firing pin assembly out of
bolt assembly by turning counter clockwise.
(71 See Figure 3-7. To remove otr
ject from slot, place firing pin into 3/16 hole drilled through a block of
wood (febrluted item, see Appendix
(6) Grasp bolt plug end press dovwv
ward, compressing rprlng (see Figure 3-S). Object will fall from slot.
b. FIRING PIN ASSEMBLY REPLACE-
(1) See Figum 3-8; Piece firing pin
assembly in vertical position with bolt
plug to the top.
TM *1006-306-10 62
12) Insert firing pin into 3116
hole drilled into a block of wood.
ffabricrtad item, sea Appendix 6).
13) Grasp bolt plug and press
downward. comprcsslng spring. Isee Figure 3-6).
(41 Firing pin head will k pushed &ova bolt plug. While railed, a slot In dte firing pin head can bs observed.
(5) place an object into slot in ffrlnQ pin head. fid8ntiflcatlon tag,
(6) 6cmw firing pin assembly into
boft assembly turnlng clockwise.
BOLT IN COCKED POSITION
(71 Remove object from dot bv placing sear notch against a hard
surface and pulling downward on the bolt handle.
NOTE Bolt must be in the cocked position.
(6) Turn bolt plug until firing pin
head goes into small notch on rear
rim of the bolt. The bolt is now cocked. (See Flgure 3-Q).
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT Of DAY OPTIC SIGHT WINDAGE, ELEVATION AND FOCUS DIALS
Care must ba taken n&t to over tiMten sat scrwm.
(a) Mark or note location of catting on focus, win-, and devatfon diafrbefom
loosening set screws.
(b) Loosen set screws end mmove did from adjusting post.
la) Place faur. windage, nd efrvetfon dial on proper edjurtlng post and JIV wfL noted or marked location.
(b) Tighten set screws.
White dots on focus dial will be toward rear of day optic sight.
S-7 SAFETY/FUNCTION CHECK WARNING
Bofore performing the safet,ty/functlon check, make sure the rifle Is clear/
8. If the below listed safety/function checks perform as indicated, rifle Is mission ready. If the
chocks do not perform as Indicated, turn the complete weapon system in to the proper mainten-
rrcr/#upply chrnnsl for return to the contractor. (See Chapter 3, Section IV, Preparation For
b. With the bolt closed and the firing pin in the most forward posltlon, safety will not go to
C. Pull up on the bolt handle to cock rifle. Pull bolt to the rear.
d. Clou the bolt.
Put safety In safe position.
Pull trigger. Firing pin head will not move forward.
Put safety in fire posltion.
Pull trigger. Firing pin head will move forward. A click should be hmrd.
Whan rifle is to be stored In the fyatem ceee, wum thr cite&r md me&e ek fm of k rounds of emmunition end rifle is cleened and lubrketed Is ~II: lnstrua~ns INO 2-7 md 3-i).
: ,, I.
Ensure them Is no live emmunltion in the eme.
The bolt will be In the closed position. ./ : II
Pull the trigger to mleew spring tenrlon on the firing pin spring.
The pmfermd method of storego is In e wrtical posltlon with the berml down.
SECTION IV PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT
PACKAGING FOR SHIPMENT
under DO circmrtmcor hould th repot br ~hipprd riih it still conkinr live urunitlon, either in the #bippiB# box O? in )br weapon it&f. 3-m
TM 01006--10 88
a. Emum that no ammunltlon is prasent in the weapon bv following the procedurcn for ckning the weapon found in para 2-7.
b. Complettdy fill out DA Form 2407 In accordance with the instructions provided in DA PAM 738750 entitled The Armv Maintenance Manag&ent System (TAMMS). Detail ths required maintenance action as thoroughly es possible in block 15 of DA Form 2407.
C. Send one copy of Receipt Copy 1 of DA Form 2407 and one copy of U.S. Registered
Mafl, Return Receipt Requested. The Return Receipt should only contain the description M24
end the system sarial number. Mall to:
Commander U.S. Army Armament Munltlonr end Chemical Command
ATTN: AMSMC-PCW-C Bldg. 10
Plcatinny Arsanal, NJ 07805-5000
d. Pbce copiee 2 thru 5 of DA Form 2407 inside the shipping box.
NOTE Ensure that the four(4) remaining copies of DA Form 2407 ere inside the shipping box before cbsing end sealing the box. Repein cennot
bs made unless the deficiency is identified on DA Form 2407.
e: Clean weapon by following the procedures for cleaning the weepon found in pem 35.
Do not perform steps 11 and 12 on page 3-8 forshipment of weapon.
1. Place weapon in the soft carrying case.
0. Cban day optic sight by folkwin; the procedures for cbaning thi dwopric sbk in pars 3-5d.
Ensure dust covers am instalbd on si&t and em in the cbsod Do&ion.
h. Place day optic sigh in carrying ~190 and close case.
i. Place soft carrying case and day optic [email protected] case in a shipping box (minimum dvnension of 9x12x48 inch, see Appendixes A and 0).
i. Fill shipping box with cushioning material (see Appendixes A and 0).
f. Place Copier 2 tbru 5 of DA Pam 2407 in rbippin( box. A paCkiN lirt (m Form 17501 rhrll be enclorrcd in the box.
I. Cbse the shipping box and reel all seams and joints with tape (see Appsndix~ A and 0).
TM elas~lo 88
S-10 MARKIM FOR SHIPMENT
. . Mark In accordance with MIL-STD-129.
b. Sbipwotr mat be rccoqliled tbrou#b the use of US &~i,tered Nail, Roturn Becoipt rtqwated . The thipmt wt k aidrrrrod to:
Remington Arms Co., Inc. ATTN: Custom Shop 14 Hoefler Avenue
Ilion. NY 13357
BOA No. DAAA21.87-GaOOl
Alter the repair ir coqlrted, tbc itru will be rrturned to the ori(liarting unit.
TM 9.1006--10 6B
c. In tbo rrtat US b~irtwod hi1 ir rot rrrilablr, ship& of SIS mmt k accoqlirhrd throryh tbr uuo of tbo kfenm Truuporktfor [email protected] (DTSI ud PO- quinr [email protected] IT hluporktior Rf+octin sorrier msl ia trurit. ?bL, dofrt tire SIB mat be skipped to tha folloml~ addrosr:
Annlston Army Depot ATTN: fransportetion Officer
Mark For: SOSAN-DSP-WD Bldg. 112
Anniston, AL 362015030
After the repair is completed the SWS will be returned to the originating unit.
3-11 DOD SMALL ARMS SERIALIZATION PROGRAM (DODSASPI
Reportable under DODSASP in accordance with Chapter 4 AR 710-3 entitled Asset end TVI%BC-
don Reporting System. The DOOAC to be used for shipment to Remington Arms Co.. Inc. is
ct. AUTHORIZE0 *MMUNltlOlJ.
UK only Ml 18 Special Bet! ammunition.
Do not fils cow&d or dented certrid~n. certridV8 witi ba0 bll.t%
of any othrr defective rounds deoctld bV vWJ IMprcUon.
Ml18 Special Ball
TM a-lw6-3g6-10 72
4.2. AMMUNITION WHICH FAILS TO FIRE.
Dicpoae of rmny emmunition which fails to fire according to authorized procedures.
4-3. CARE, HANDLING, AND PRESERVATION.
a. Protect ammunition from mud, sand. and water. If the emmunitlon gets wet or dirty, wipe it off at once with a clean dry cloth. Wipe off light corrosion as wton ae It is discovered.
Turn in heavily corroded cartridges.
b. Do not expose ammunition to the direct rays of the sun. If the powder is hot, excessive
prmsure mav develop when the rifle is firad.
C. Do not oil or grease ammunition. Dust and other abrasives that cdleot on greaaty ammuni-
don may wusa damage to the operating parts of the rifle. Oiled cartridges produce excessive
TM Q1oo6-3o&10 73
This appendix lists ail forms. field manuals, technical manuds, t&f=. ngubtiOn1. HUtdud*
and miscellaneous publications referenced in this manual.
A-2. TECHNICAL MANUALS.
TM 74l?90-1. ............................. Adminfrtrativa [email protected] of Equipment TM 75(>244-7. ........... Procedures for Destruction of Equipment to Pmvant Enemy Uea TM 41300-206 ............................. Care and Storage of Ammunitfon
A-3. COMMON TABLE OF ALLOWANCES KZTA).
CTA S-100. . . . . . . .Army Medicaf Department Expendeble/Dumbfa ftwte CTA 50-970 . . . . . Expendable/Durable Items (excapt:MadicJ Class V, Repafr Parts
and Heraldic Items)
A-4. ARMY F&LATtONS AND PAMPHLETS.
DAPAM2530.. . . . . . . . Consolidated Index of Army Publications and Blank Forms
DA PAM 738-750. . . . . . . The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMSI
A-8. FIELD MANUALS
FM85.. ................................... .. ................ NBC Contamination FM 3-87 ................. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Reconnaissance and
Decontamination Operations Wow to Fight)
.......... ... First Aid for Soldien
Ab. TRAINING CIRCULAR.
TC 23-14. ................................ Sniper Training and Employment
DAForm2D28 ............... Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms . SF 388. ... , ................................. Quality Deficiency Report
DA Form 2407. ................................... Maintenance Rwuest SF384 .................................................... ReponofDbcrrpancv
.M r0P8 1750. ............. , ............. Packing Lid A-2
APPENDIX C TM Qloo6.m6-10 78
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST
C-l. GENERAL 1
The operator is authorized to order the followibg Items:
NO. FSCM/CAGE PART NO. NOMENCLATURE NSN
1 3A703 99069 System Case 1 aos-Ol-2eo-2662 2 3A703 96078 Foam. Top 1 fJG&o1-2BMa3 3 3A703 99079 Foam, Bottom 100501-2Bo-%64
WIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
SYSTEM ACCESSORIES -_
NO. FSCMICAGE PART NO.
1 3A7ai 96076 2 19201 7141245 3 3A7(a 96117
Soft Rifle Carrying C8se 1005-01-282-2818
Sling, Smdl Am 1m5-00-714-1245 Blpod (optiondl loo501-2602665
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
CASES-DEPLOYMENT AND DAY OPTIC SIGHT
TM 9lm6908-10 81
NO. FSCMICAGE PART NO. NOMENCLATURE NSN
1 3A703 96097 Deployment Care loO!s01260-2647
2 3A4703 96081 Day Optic Sight Case 1005-01-260-2868
TM *oob-306~ ,r . SNl?ER WEAPON SVSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
DEPLOYMENT KIT ICont.)
NO. FSCMlCAGE PART NO.
1 3A703 96097
2 3A703 96007 3 3A703 96010
4 3A703 96015
5 3A703 96012
6 3A703 96022
7 3A703 96023 a 3A703 96105
9 3A703 96017
10 3A703 96030
11 19204 6446462 12 06887 TMABdZLOC
13 55719 Awl-l-2
14 55719 AW2
15 88379 ARX 132-20 16 92674 0A27077-4
17 55719 AWL31-2
ia 55719 AW4
19 70408 BA270i7-6
20 ii728 41R
DepJoyment Case Firing Pin Assembly
Front Guerd Screw
Rear Guard Screw
Front Sight Base Screw
Swivel, Sling Front Sight Insert Kit
Rear Sight Base Screw
Trigger Pull Adj. Screw
Brush, Cleaning Small Socket Wrench Attachment 318 drive hax bit 5/32
,050 Key, Socket Head Screw
1116 Key. Socket Head Screw
5/64 Key, Socket Head Screw 3132 Key. Socket Head Screw 7164 Key, Socket Head Screw
l/S Key, Socket Head Screw
5/32 Key, Socket Head Screw
T-handle Combo Wrench IScrewdriver, Flat Tip)
TM s-1005~306-10 83
1005-01-266-2636 1005-O l-260-2656
1 DO5-01-2692863 1005-01-260-2657
1005604946602 5 1 ZO-00-5989g40
5120-90-198-5398 5 129002242504
TM w953ss.~ 6NtPER WEIKm 6YSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
DEPLOYMENT KIT (Cont.)
NO. FSCMCAGE PART NO.
22 3A763 96645
23 3A703 96047
24 3A703 96042
25 3A763 96083
26 3A763 96037
27 3A763 98038 28 3A703 96643 29 3A703 98044 30 19265 7796463
31 19294 5564174 32 19264 8436793
33 3A763 15677
Day Optic Smt Windage Dial WI 1005-01-260-2648
Dty Optic Sight Elevation Dial w/ 1005-01-260-2649
Day Optic Sight Focus Dial wl 1065-61-262-2817
Screws Day Optic Sight Adj. Dial Dust 1605-01-260-2642
Day Optic [email protected] Ring Screws Day Optic Sight Base Screw Front Day Optic Sight Base Screw Rear Dly Optic Sight Dust Cover, Front
Day Optic Sight Dust Cover. Rear Brush. Chamber Brush, Bore Oil Bottle
1005-01-260-2660 1605-01-260-2651 1005-01-260-2662
1065-01-260-2643 1005-01-260-2644 1005-60-690-844 1 1005-005564 174
95 1 O-00-889-3522 lOC501-266-2639
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
OEPLOYMENT KIT ICont.1
NO. FSCMCAGE PART NO.
34 3A703 so14 Mm&w Fdlower
35 56536 A.A-1404 Socket, Socket Wrench K
36 3A703 96069 T-Handle Torqur Wrunch
37 64959 G2430796 Wrench, Box and Open X
36 96906 MS61 982-33 Rear [email protected] Bat4 Plug Scmw
39 3A703 96049 Sunrhadll (Day optic Slghd 40 19204 5019316 Swabs, Clernlnp Small Arms 41 ..,...... . ...* . . . . . CIeaning Rod Klt 42 . . . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . . Lens Cleaning Klt
1006~1280.2838 [email protected]
[email protected] loo5-o1-269-z6Bo
1006-00-2BB-3666 . . . . . . . ~ .,.......,...... D..
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
CLEANING ROD KIT
NO. FSCMICAGE PART NO. NOMENCLATURE NSN
1 3A703 T-handle Section 1005-01-271-3855
2 3Al03 Cleaning Rod Section lOOWl-271-3851 3 18204 11688237 Swab Holder 1005-a%937-2250 4 3A703 Adapter 1005-01-271-3857
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST fCOnt.)
LENS CLEANING KIT
NO. FSCWCAGE PART NO. NOMENCLATURE
1 81348 GG-A-518 Applicator 0Tips)
2 81348 NNN-P40 Paper, Lens 0Zbning Tlrue~ 3 81348 L-&58A Bottle (For Contrining ltopropyl
Ahhol~ 4 81348 H-B-1 18 Brush, Artistt (Cloning BruthI 5 3A703 98041 car, Lmt Clomning
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651WO-3O3-8250 6swooa34832 812&00.824-g068
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST eollt.)
MAGAZINE SPRING AND FOLLOWER ASSEMBLY
NO. FSCWCAGE PAATNO. NOMENCLATURE NSN
1 3A703 15677 Magdna Spring moSo1-2Soa39 2 3A703 96014 Magulnr Follower looS-Ol-2So-2638
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (Cont.)
DAY OPTIC SIGHT CASE/METALLIC (IRON) SIGHTS
NOMENCLATURE 3 NSN
Day Optic Sight Case 1Do6-01-26w668
Sight,Terpt Receiver IPalma) 1w5_01Q74-9696
Sight, Front Redfield Internationd loo501-292-2919
NO. FSCMKAGE PART NO.
1 3A7D3 96081 2 94055 712600PALMA 3 3A703 96118
SYSTEM PARTS LIST tCont.)
DAY OPTIC SIGHT
SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM PARTS LIST (C0nt.l
DAY OPTIC SIGHT fC0nt.J
NO. FSCMlCAGE PART NO. NOMENCLATURE
1 3A703 96042 Day Optic Sl9ht Adjustment
Dial Dust Cover - [email protected]% Elevation, Focus
2 3A703 96046 Day Optic 6ight. Windaga Dial W/Screws
3 3A703 96045 Day Optic Sight, Elevation Did
4 3A703 96044 Day Optic Siht Dust Cover, Reer
5 3A703 96D47 Day Optic Sight Focus Dial W/
6 3A703 96043 Day Optic Wet Dust Cover.
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TM Slo9EsQs.~ APPENDIX D 99
EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST
This appendix lists expendabfeldurrble supplies and materiels thet the operetor will need to op-
crate and maintain the M24 !WS. This listing is for informationel purposes only, and is not ruthor-
ity to requisition the listed items. These items are authorized to you bv CTA 50-970, ExpertdeMo/
Durable Items (except Medical, Class V. Repair Perts, and Heraldic Items). or CTA S-100. Army
Medicnl Department ExpendebfelDurrble Items.
8. LEVEL. This column identifies the io~st level of maintenence thet requires the listed items.
C - Operator/Crew F . intermediate Direct Support Maintenance
b. Unit of Meeure W/ML Indicates the measure used in performing the ectual meintanena function. This measure is expressed by e twochrmcter elphabetlal ebbrevletion (e.g., ee., ht..
pr.). If the unit of measum differs from the unit of Issue, requisftlon the lowest unit of itWO that satisfies your requimments.
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EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATEAIALS.LIST
ALc0noL, IsoPBoPTL (Cl4raf~ Fluid1 (813481 R1735 1 qt can
APPLICAMP &TIPS1 (813481 06-A-616 100 per pk
BOTTLE (for conkinin# iropropgl rlcoholl (813481 L-B-5611 1 oz. bottle
BQX, SBIPPIIG (813481 PPP-B-636 12 in x 12 in x 48 in, 10 each
BOISE, ARTIST (Cleaain# (813481 H-B-118
EXPENDASLElOURqBLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST 65
LEVEL NSN OESCRIPTION
BRUSB, UOPB (19200 5564174
BRUSH, CEAmR f10205) 7700465
BMSH, CLUIIM SUUL UE (10204) 8440462
CLwIM ComuJD MiC) 2oLvm Ml5401 YIL-C-372 2 OZ. can 6 oz. cm ,/
CLum, LUDBICABT PBssmATIR ELPI (815401 XL-L-OS460 l/2 OZ. b&t10
8135-00-913-3514 CDSEIOMW, WEllIAL (813481 PPP-C-843 100 ft x 6 in x 314 in
D150-00-292-9686 LDSIIICATIM OIL, HAPOES (LAW (813491 HILL 14107 1 qt can
LD8llIC~TIlG OIL, IEAPDB WA1 SSHI-fiUID (813491 BILL 46000
9150-00-935-6597 2 0;. plastic bottle 9150-00-886-3522 4 0~. plutic bottle
~~~PEN~A~LEIoURABLE suPPLIEs AND MATERIALS Llsf
cusn1011Io, IWEIAL (81348) PPP-C-1842 325 in x 12 in x l/4 in
EXPENDABLE/DURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST
W#lI, LEIS 1ClrrPing Tiuwrl U13481 m-p-40 50 rhwt f
BAG, UIPIIO (585561 A-A-531 56 lb. bl. 8u6,mLLummuIio (192041 5019316 200 par bl.
TAPE, Pn86m m81t1n, PAPKKMCK, lWSIosISTA8T (585361 A-6-1685 2 in. midc, 120 yd. roll MPB, Pmsnt sm8RIIO, WK. WATD-XSI8TUT (813481 PPP-T-66 2 in. ddr, 66 gd. roll
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FABRICATED ITEM E-l. GENERAL
Used in firing pin usemMy remove1 and n&cement procedures.
Drill a 3/16 hole through a block of two bv four.
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