General

This section provides a general explanation of all maintenance and repair functions authorized at various maintenance levels b. The Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC) In section II designates overall authority and responsibility for the performance of maintenance functions on the identified end Item or component. The application of the maintenance functions to the end Item or component will be consistent with the capacities and capabilities of the designated maintenance levels c. Section III...

Distribution

To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-40-E, (Block 0020), Unit, Direct and General Support Maintenance requirements for TM-9-1005-319-23& P. ALL WARNINGS in this technical manual pertain to both the rifle and the carbines unless otherwise specified. Before starting an inspection, be sure to clear the rifle. Do not pull the trigger until the rifle has been cleared. Inspect the chamber to ensure that it is empty and no ammunition is in position to be chambered. Do not keep live...

Location And Description Of Major Components

(A) MAGAZINE. 30 cartridge capacity. (B) SLING. The sling is adjustable and provides a means to carry the weapon. (C) BOLT CARRIER ASSEMBLY. Carries bolt assembly to chamber and fires the weapon. Contains the firing pin, cartridge extractor, bolt assembly, cartridge ejector, and bolt cam pin. (D) CHARGING HANDLE ASSEMBLY. Provides a means of charging the weapon. (E) M16A2 UPPER RECEIVER AND BARREL ASSEMBLY. Upper receiver contains rear sight assembly, ejection port, ejection port cover, and a...

General Inspection Criteria Cont

Parts must not be cracked, bent, distorted, or damaged and must be free of detrimental wear or looseness d. Minor defects In metal components do not normally affect their acceptability For example, scratches and tool marks are ordinarily of no Importance e. Inspect finish of metal surface (1) General. Satisfactory metal surfaces for rifles range from black to light gray. A worn shiny metal surface is objectionable only when It is capable of reflecting light No rifle will be reelected unless...

Not Fully Mission Capable if

Army Mission Guns

Disassemble as In TM 91005-319-10 (operator's manual). Inspect tube (1) for bulges, dents, or damaged feeder lips (2). Inspect spring (3) and follower (4) for kinks or damage. SH-Replace the magazine if any of these conditions exist. A magazine is not available fu use with the rifle. Reassemble magazine and check for binding during operation of follower (4). SH-Replace the magazine if the follower binds. Charging handle assembly and selector lever If the rifle falls any of the following...

Preparation For Storage Or Shipment

Packaging of the M16A2 Rifle and the M4 M4A1 Carbine shall be in accordance with the following ARMY ONLY Army users shall package the rifle and the carbine in accordance with each respective Packaging Data Sheet (PDS) for shipment or storage which may exceed 90 days The PDS is part of the Army Master Data File Retrieval Microform System (ARMS) Packaging File AIR FORCE ONLY Air Force users shall package the rifle in accordance with each respective Special Packaging Instruction (SPI)...

Abbreviations

Figure C-1. (M16A2) Rifle 5.56mm 9349000, (M4) Carbine 5.56mm 9390000, and (M4A1) Carbine 5.56mm 12972700. TM9-1QQ5-319-23LP (3) (4) (5) GROUP 00 (M16A2) RIFLE 5.56MM 9349000,(M4) CARBINE 5.56MM 9390000, AND (M4A1) CARBINE 5.56MM 12972700 FIG. C-1. (M16A2) RIFLE, (M4) AND CM4A1) CARBINES 1 PAOOO 1005000179546 19204 8448517 HANDLE ASSEMBLY,CHA 2 AFFFF 19204 8448501 BOLT CARRIER ASSEMBLY 2A AFFFF 19200 12011849 BOLT AND BOLT CARRI ASSEMBLY AND 3 AFFFF 1005011879716 19200 9349050 UPPER RECEIVER...

Gaging Army Maintenance

1 Gage bolt carrier assembly for firing pin protrusion using firing pin protrusion gage PN 7799735. See page 3-20, TEST. 2. Gage bolt carrier assembly for firing pin hole wear using not-go plug gage PN 12620101. See page 3-24, TEST. 3 Inspect chamber in upper receiver and barrel assembly using chamber reflector tool PN 8448201 See page 3-33, INSPECTION CLEANING. 4 Gage barrel in upper receiver and barrel assembly using barrel erosion gage PN 8448496 and bore straightness gage PN 8448202. See...

Army M16 Required Services

UNIT MAINTENANCE Chapter Repair Parts, Special Tools, TMDE, and Support Service Upon Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services Maintenance Preparation for Storage or DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE Chapter Repair Parts, Special Tools, TMDE, and Support Maintenance Procedures for the M16A2 Rifle, M4 and M4A1 Carbine 3-15 Preembarkation Inspection of Materiel in Units Alerted for Overseas Movement A.F. MAINTENANCE OF AUXILIARY Chapter Auxiliary Equipment MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION REPAIR PARTS AND...

Service Upon Receipt

If volatile corrosion inhibitor VCI a. Field-strip rifle and inspect for e. Check to see whether the equipment has been modified Check for positive retention and functioning of bolt catch Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES PMCS Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES PMCS 2-6. GENERAL This section contains the procedures and instructions necessary to perform unit preventive maintenance checks and services. These services are to be performed by unit...

FDescription And Usable On Code Uoc Column This column includes the following Information

1 The Federal item name and, when required, a minimum description to identify the Item. 2 The physical security classification of the item is indicated by the parenthetical entry which is a physical security classification abbreviation, e.g., Phy Sec C1 C Confidential, Phy Sec C1 S Secret, Phy Sec C1 T Top Secret. 3 Items that are included in kits and sets are listed below the name of the kit or set. 4 Spare repair parts that make up an assembled item are listed immediately following the...

Note

An inactive weapon is a weapon which has been stored in an arms room for a period of 90 days without use. The weapon may or may not have been assigned to an individual. Inactive weapons shall receive quarterly PMCS unless inspection reveals more frequent servicing is necessary. Normal cleaning PMCS of an inactive weapon will be performed every 90 days. Should the unit armorer detect corrosion on a weapon prior to the end of the 90-day period, the PMCS should be performed immediately. Solid Film...

A Final Inspection I

Visually inspect general appearance of rifle should look almost new. All metal surfaces are to have a dull, rustor corrosion-resistant finish with no burrs or deep scratches. Visually inspect barrel for serviceability. Barrels must be straight, clean, free of rust, powder fouling, and free of bulges and rings. Fine pitting is allowable. Using moderate hand pressure, check for rotational movement of the front sight in relation to the barrel. Also, using moderate hand pressure, check for...

Firing pin should touch the gage on minimum but should not touch on maximum

What Gage And Pitch Bolts M16 Gage

Replace all authorized unserviceable items. Retest all replaced parts. 1. Install bolt assembly 1 into key and bolt carrier assembly 2 . 2 Install bolt cam pin 3 and rotate one quarter turn to secure bolt assembly 1 3. Hold key and bolt carrier assembly 2 with bolt assembly 1 down and drop In firing pin 4 4. Install firing pin retaining pin 5 from left side only to ensure proper Installation Check Installation by attempting to shake out firing pin 5....

Preventive Maintenance Checks And Services Cont Preventive Maintenance Checks And Services For Ma Rifle Cont

M16 Rifle Diagram

Lower receiver and buttstock assembly serviceability check Remove buffer assembly 1 and action spring 2 Check buffer assembly for cracks SH - Buffer assembly is cracked Check action spring 2 for kinks and free length Free length should be RIFLE 11 3 4 Inches 29 85 cm minimum to 13 1. 2 inches 34 29 cm maximum SH - If action spring is kinked or does not meet free length requirements CARBINE 10 1 16 inches 25.56 cm minimum to 11 1 4 inches 28.58 cm maximum. Do not attempt to adjust spring length...

Corrective Action

M16a2 Clutch Spring

Worn or broken trigger nose 1 or trigger spring 2 . Replace trigger 3 or defective trigger spring 2 p 3-62 . Step 2. Worn or broken hammer trigger notch 4 . Replace hammer 5 p 3-62 . Step 3. Worn or broken hammer disconnector hook 6 . Replace hammer 5 p 3-62 . Step 4. Worn or broken hammer automatic sear hook 7 . Replace hammer 5 p 3-62 . 3-5. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES CONT . Step 5 M4A1 has only 1 disconnector Worn or broken disconnector hooks 8 . Replace defective disconnectors 9...

E Test Cont

Headspace Gauge

12. a If the test fails using finger pressure, remove the gage and perform the test again as follows With the muzzle down, stack 8 1 2 to 8 3 4 pounds of trigger weights 8 on a locally fabricated spacer weight 9 on the bolt carrier assembly 10 Insert headspace gage 11 and test per above instructions. b Remove trigger weights 8 , spacer weight 9 , bolt carrier assembly 10 , charging handle 12 , and headspace gage 11 . c If excessive headspace, first replace bolt assembly and then recheck If...

Table MM Rifle MA

General Clear rifle of any ammunition and Inspect In accordance Barrel and barrel extension Check barrel erosion. Use barrel erosion gage 8448496 for chrome lined barrels. Stripping of lands and grooves shall not be cause for rejection unless so determined by barrel erosion gage. Visually inspect, using chamber reflector tool 8448201. Pits 1 8 inch 0.31 cm In length and those pits large enough to extend from the body of the chamber into the shoulder stop area and forcing cone area are cause for...

M16a1 Stagger Ring Gaps To Stop Gas Loss How To

Make certain bolt ring gaps are staggered to prevent loss of gas pressure. New bolt rings will make installing the bolt assembly difficult. Lubricate inside key and bolt carrier assembly and use gentle pressure when installing. 2. Reassemble rifle, refer to page 3-77. Small Arms Shop Set item 1, app B ARMY Small Arms Repairman Tool Kit item 3, app B Carrier and key screws 2 8448508 3-16 Key and bolt carrier assembly removed

Da Form 2404 For M16a2 Rifle

AFTO Form 22 AFTO Form 105 DA Form DA Form 2028-2 DA Form DA Form 2408-9 DD Form M16A1 and M16A2 Rifle and Rifle Marksmanship Consolidated Index of Army Publications and Blank Forms The Army Maintenance Management System TAMMS Combat Arms Training Management and Range Operation Equipment Publications Listing Requisitioning, Receipt, and Issue System Army Materiel Policies Army Medical Department Expendable Durable Items Expendable Durable Items Except Medical, Class V, Repair Parts and Heraldic...

Major Components Of Ma Rifle

Major Components M16

Do not Interchange bolt assemblies from Rifle disassembled into major components Do not keep live ammunition near the To avoid injury to eyes, use care when removing and installing spring-loaded Refer to operator's manual and assemble lower receiver and buttstock assembly 1 upper receiver and barrel assembly 2 . charging handle assembly 3 , bolt carrier assembly 4 , sling 5 , and magazine 6 .

Info

Assembly Air

TM9-1005-319-23LP 3 4 5 DESCRIPTION AND USABLE ON CODE UOC GROUP 00.1 M4 AND M4A1 CARRYING HANDLE ASSEMBLY 12951011 FIG. C-1A. M4 AND M4A1 CARRYING HANDLE ASSEMBLY REAR SIGHT ELEVATING SPRING HANDLE,GUN Figure C-1B. M4 and M4A1 Rear Sight Assembly 12951026. Figure C-1B. M4 and M4A1 Rear Sight Assembly 12951026. SIGHT ASSEMBLY 12951026 FIG. C-18. M4 AND M4A1 REAR SIGHT ASSEMBLY BASE,REAR SCREW,EXTERNALLY

B Inspectionrepair Cont

Inspect bore for burrs, cracks, rust, bulges, and pits using the following guidelines a Pits no wider than a land or groove and no longer than 3'8 inch 0.95 cm are al lowed in the bore. b Lands that appear dark blue due to coating of gliding metal from projectiles are allowable. c Definitely ringed bores or bores ringed sufficiently to bulge the outside surface of the barrel are cause for rejection. Replace barrel assembly if defective 4. If the upper receiver is separated from the barrel...

Technical Bulletinsinstructionsmanualsorders

TB for Overseas Shipment or Domestic Issue of Small Arms, Aircraft Armament, Toward Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, Rocker Launchers and Associated Fire Control Equipment TB 43-0002-73 Expenditures Limits for FSC Group 10 FSC Classes 1005, 1010, TI Warning Indications of Malfunctions TI Muzzle and Breech Erosion in Barrel TI Inspection, Small Arms Weapons, Ordnance Material TM and Direct Support Maintenance Manual Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List for Bayonet-Knife M6 and M7,...

Section I Repair Parts Special Tools Tmde And Support Equipment

For authorized common tools and equipment, refer to the Modified Table of Organization and Equipment MTOE applicable to your unit. Air Force users must maintain the following common tools Flat tip screwdriver Socket wrench handle and socket head screw socket wrench Vise jaw caps Machinist's vise Solid center punch Hammer Torque wrench Retaining ring pliers Two 8-inch Ball-peen hammer Trigger pull test fixture rod and weights 1 8-inch drive pin punch 1 16-inch...

M4 Bolt Assembly

M4a1 Bolt Carrier Assembly

Bolt Carrier Assembly M16A2 8448501 and M4 and M4A1 12011849. GROUP 01 BOLT CARRIER ASSEMBLY M16A2 8448501 AND M4 AND M4A1 12011849 FIG. C-2. BOLT CARRIER ASSEMBLY PIN,FIRING PIN RETA PIN,GROOVED,HEADED BOLT BOLT ASSEMBLY BOLT,BREECH ASSEMBLY M4 AND M4A1 KEY AND Figure C-3. Bolt Assembly M16A2 8448509 and M4 and M4A1 12972691 Figure C-3. Bolt Assembly M16A2 8448509 and M4 and M4A1 12972691 GROUP 0101 BOLT ASSEMBLY M16A2 8448509 AND M4 AND M4A1 12972691 FIG. C-3. BOLT ASSEMBLY...

Maintenance Procedures

Army personnel use chapter two for unit maintenance procedures and chapter three for direct support maintenance procedures. Air Force personnel Only Air Force Specialty Code 753XX Combat Arms Training and Maintenance CATM specialists, technicians, and gunsmiths are authorized to perform maintenance procedures contained in this manual. Each maintenance task has an initial setup containing a list of the following things you will need in order to do your maintenance task. 1. Tools and Special...

Shipment Or Issue

Organizational Repair Parts, Tools, and Equipment. Rifles must be complete with all Items required by applicable Department of the Army publications, including those In the basic Issue items Iist of the appropriate operator's manual. b. Publications. Operator publications applicable to the equipment log book must accompany the equipment. All log book entries must be complete and up-to-date including those covering any repairs, replacements, or adjustments made to the rifle In complying with...

M4 Trigger Assembly

M16a2 Assembly

Hammer Assembly M16A2 9349106, M4 9390032, and M4A1 8448610. 9349107 8448611 9349109 9349108 9390031 9349110 8448612 M16A2 9349106, M4 9390032, AND M4A1 8448610 FIG C-13 HAMMER ASSEMBLY SPRING, HELICAL, TORS HAMMER MI6A2 AND SPRING, HELICAL, TORS M4A1 SPRING, HELICAL, TORS BURST CAM M16A2 AND CAM, BURST M16A2 BLACK CAM, CONTROL M4 NICKEL SHINY HAMMER AND HAMMER P PIN RETAINER ASSEMBLY MI6A2 AND M4 HAMMER, FIRING, SMALL M4A1 Figure C-14. Trigger Assembly M16A2 9349115, M4 12972697,...

M4 Lower Receiver Assembly

M16a1 Rifle Rear Sight

Upper Receiver and Barrel Assembly M16A2 9349050, and M4 and M4A1 12972680. TM9-1005-319-23LP 3 4 5 DESCRIPTION AND USABLE ON CODE UOC GROUP 03 UPPER RECEIVER AND BARREL ASSEMBLY M16A2 9349050, M4 AND M4A1 12972680 FIG. C-6. UPPER RECEIVER AND BARREL ASSEMBLY RECEIVER ASSEMBLY RECEIVER ASSY M4 AND HANDGUARD ASSEMBLY GUARD,HAND,GUN M4 AND TUBE,BENT,METALLIC TUBE,BENT,METALLIC M4 AND M4A1 BARREL ASSEMBLY BARREL AND FRONT SI SIGHT ASSEMBLY, REPLACEMENT M4 AND SHIM PIN,SPRING ,GAS...

Section Iii Principles Of Operation Cont Principles Of Operation

Army Sop For Maintaining

Holds cartridges ready for feeding and provides a guide for positioning cartridges for stripping. Provides quick reload capabilities for sustained firing. B SLING. Provides the means for carrying the weapon. C BOLT CARRIER ASSEMBLY. Provides stripping, chambering, locking, firing, extraction, and ejection of cartridges using the drive springs and projectile propelling gases for power. D CHARGING HANDLE ASSEMBLY. Provides initial charging of the weapon. The handle latch locks the...

Nsn 1005-00-233-9031

1005 406 1570

A The following items of auxiliary equipment are used in conjunction with the Weapons 1 40mm Grenade Launcher M203, NSN 1010-00-179-6447, M16A2 ONLY 2 Lock Plate, NSN 1005-00-233-9031. 3 Top Sling Adapter, NSN 1005-00-406-1570. 4 Blank Firing Attachment M15A2, NSN 1005-00-118-6192, M16A2 ONLY , Blank Firing Attachment M23, NSN 1005-01-361-8208 M4 ONLY Change 4 5 ARMY ONLY Conversion Kit, M261 caliber .22 rimfire adapter , NSN 1005-01-010-1561. 6 Bayonet-Knife M7, NSN 1005-00-073-9238. 7...

M12 Small Arms Storage Rack M4

Position Trigger Install M16

Place selector lever in AUTO position. Charge weapon and pull trigger. Hammer should fall. 11. Hold trigger to the rear, charge weapon and release trigger. Pull trigger. Hammer should not fall. AUTO sear should have released hammer while holding trigger in the squeezed position before releasing and resqueezing the trigger. 12. With hammer in forward position, attempt to place the selector lever in the SAFE position. If selector lever can be placed on SAFE, evacuate the weapon to support...

Ml A Rifle And Mma Carbine Annual Gaging Requirements

All Army Reserve and Army National Guard M16A2 rifles must be inspected and gaged at least once every 2 years, after the initial inspection gaging procedures have ARMY Small Arms Repairman Tool Kit been accomplished. This 2 year interval maintenance checks and services PMCS , or other physical evidence, indicates that an individual unit's rifles require inspection gaging at a more frequent interval. If it is determined that a yearly inspection is necessary for an individual unit, only that...