Special Took and Equipment

Special tools and equipment (table 1) and tool sets or kits are listed in and authorired for issue in TM 94005-211'35R This tabulation contains only those special tools and equipment necessary to perform the operations described in this technical manual, is included for information only» and is not to be used as a basis for requisitions.

TABLE J. SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

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No.

u*

figure

ftuag.

BRUSH, Cleaning Small Arms:

5504036

11

1%

To clean barrel bore

M5 bore.

and chamber.

FIXTURE. Mea$uring. Trigger

7274758

12.13

40c

To check tn^er pull

Pull.

HOLSTER, Pistol: M1916.

7791466

14

To cany pistol

hip (black)

on ritfht hip.

HOLSTER, Pistol: M7.

7791527

14

To carry pistol

shoulder (black)

under left arm.

ROD, Cleaning Small Amu,-.

5564102

11

19b

Used with hntsh

Oil. .45, M4.

5504036 to clean barrel bore and chamber.

10. Improvised Tools

The list of improvised tools in cable 2 applies only to personnel performing direct and general Support maintenance on tlie pistol. Illustrations giving dimensioned details are included to enable personnel to fabricate the tools if desired. The chief value of these tools is for maintenance personnel engaged in repairing a Luge number of weapons. The following data is tor information only.

TABLE 2. IMPROVISED TOOLS

Reference

[cm

Figure

U*

FIXTURE, riveting fount sight

15,16,11

Î2j

To rivet front sight m place

on the *lide.

TOOl., «ndcing bushing

17.47

37b

To ¡rake huthing m rcc fiver

TOOL, srakmg plunger nibc

18.45

37b

To Xake plunger rub n»he

Inches

M5 Bore Cleaning Brush - 5504036

OR U2

Figure II. Claming tools.

2 lb. 8 oz.

Figure 12. Trigg*>r pull measuring fixture

7274758

SAFETY OFF

HAMMER COCKED

SAFETY OFF

HAMMER COCKED

COMPRESS GRIP SAFETY

TRIGGER PULL MEASURING FIXTURE 7274768

5.0 POUNDS Ml 65 POUNDS MAX

TRIGGER PULL MEASURING FIXTURE 7274768

Figure 13 Checking m^er pw'i

Holster Assembly

Hp HOtBler 779146€

Figure 14. Hip and Shoulder Holsters.

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gjL^DjOgOaiL

maxr.piajn */t

*A PD 91773

Figure 15. Improvised fixture for riveting front sight (I of 2)

Depth Baby Grand Piano

tap i

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iNOCt I

POQ CtT.II

tin/ mow dock

«tajl afbklow

16 )QN1'WDKU55TL

if fOAOCTII

XlT 2 CF 2

Figure 16. Improvised fixture for riveting front sight (2 of 2).

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met 2 holes

-wdiqzq ml hph ft A Pf> 91775

Figure 17. Improvised tool for staking grip screw bushings.

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VoP^ TOO OCT A

- Vi/ rw/Nt WWt r 4 )two DO aoo f 7 jONg'WQ 1Q2Q STL V-A^n «x*C r~j—3-7*y j

laoMiiwftKxh)^ (3) TWO^CICALXO (6W.WDIO»OOTI i (xt-w&czo sa v^y4-»Nc*y« v_y f,h/HT m-^o fling« ,

M PD tl777

Figure 18. Improvised tool for staking plunger tube.

Chapter 3 INSPECTIONS

Section L GENERAL

11» Scope

This chaptd provides specific instructions for the inspection by maintenance personnel of materiel in the hands of troops in the field, in Otdnance shops, and in aleited units scheduled for oversea duty. Troubleshooting information is incorporated wherever applicable as a normal phase of inspection.

12« Purpose of Inspection

Inspections are made for the purpose of (1) determining the condition of an item as to ser-viceabílity, (2) recognizing conditions that would cause failure, (3) assuring proper application of maintenance policies at prescribed levels, and (4) determining the ability of a unit to accomplish its maintenance and supply missions.

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