.22 Cal. Ammo Belt

NOTE

Always keep in mind the CAUTIONS and WARNINGS. The numbers in the item number column shall be used for the "TM Number" column on DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet, in recording results of PMCS.

Perform PMCS if: (1) you are assigned as the machine gun operator, or (2) the machine gun is being issued for the first time.

Perform PMCS if: (1) you are assigned as the machine gun operator, or (2) the machine gun is being issued for the first time.

Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services

Cont).

Item No.

Interval

Location

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

Item to

Check/Service

Before

Tools and Equipment

Visually check for missing or damaged tools and equipment.

WARNING

DO NOT INTERCHANGE BARREL ASSEMBLIES (TO INCLUDE SPARE BARREL) OR BOLT ASSEMBLIES FROM ONE MACHINE GUN TO ANOTHER WITHOUT HAVING HEADSPACE CHECKED. DOING SO MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE TO WEAPON.

CAUTION

ROTATE USAGE OF THE BARREL ASSEMBLIES TO MINIMIZE WEAR.

Location

Item

Interval

Item to

Procedure

Not Fully Mission

No.

Check/ Service

Capable If:

NOTE

When barrel is

removed/installed the

bolt must be locked

rearward with safety on.

1

Before

Machine Gun

Visually check for accompanying spare barrel assembly.

Spare barrel assembly is not available.

2

Before

Barrel

Remove barrel (p 2-33);

a. Obstruction in

Assembly

check bore and chamber.

barrel cannot be removed.

Item No.

Interval

Location

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

Item to

Check/Service

Cont

Using cleaning rod assembly (items 9, 10, and 12, app D) and swab (item 14, app D), remove lubricant, foreign material or obstructions.

Install and lock barrel assembly securely in receiver (p 3-54). (Spare barrel must also be checked before use).

b. Barrel will not lock securely in receiver.

Item No.

Interval

Location

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

Item to

Check/ Service

3

After

Barrel Assembly

Clear weapon (p 2-16); check chamber and bore for obstructions.

Install and lock barrel assembly securely in receiver (p 3-54). (Spare barrel assembly must also be checked).

a. Obstruction in barrel cannot be removed., b. Barrel will not lock securely in receiver.

NOTE

NOTE

When a barrel is removed during extended firing missions, lubrication should be reapplied during cooling period.

Location

Item

Interval

Item to

Procedure

Not Fully Mission

No.

Check/Service

Capable If:

4

Before

Cover

Squeeze cover latches

a. Latches fail to

Assembly

and raise cover. Let go of latches and close cover. Inspect cover assembly to ensure it will remain fully opened.

hold cover shut.

b. Spring fails to hold cover assembly fully open.

Location

Item

Interval

Item to

Procedure

Not Fully Mission

No.

Check/Service

Capable If:

5

Before

Cocking Handle

With palm up pull cocking handle rearward to charge

Cocking handle does not

Assembly

weapon. Confirm that bolt assembly moves freely without binding and locks to rear.

fully charge weapon.

Location

Item

Interval

Item to

Procedure

Not Fully Mission

No.

Check/Service

Capable If:

6

Before

Safety

With bolt assembly locked to the rear (cocked position), push safety to "SAFE" (RED BAND not visible). Pull trigger; bolt assembly should not move forward.

The bolt assembly moves forward with the safety engaged.

Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (Cont).

Item No.

Interval

Location

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

Item to

Check/Service

Assembly

While charging weapon, confirm that bolt assembly moves freely without binding and locks in cocked position.

a. Bolt assembly binds in receiver.

b. Bolt assembly fails to lock in cocked position.

Location

Item

Interval

Item to

Procedure

Not Fully Mission

No.

Check/Service

Capable If:

NOTE

Push safety to

"FIRE" (RED BAND visible). Hold cocking handle to rear and

pull trigger. Ride cocking handle forward.

8

Before

Gas Collar

Confirm that collar is in

Not applicable.

(old style

"N" (normal) position.

barrel only)

NOTE

Setting of gas collar on new style barrel has no effect on cyclic rate.

Location

Item No.

Check/Service

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

NOTE

Insure proper lubrication has been applied to the weapon.

9

After

Machine Gun

If cyclic rate slows down or weapon becomes sluggish; clear, clean and lubricate weapon.

a. Cleaning and lubricating weapon does not improve functioning.

Item No.

Interval

Location

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

Item to

Check/Service

Cont

b. Notify unit maintenance as soon as possible if weapon does not function properly.

Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (Cont).

Location

Item No.

Check/Service

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:

10

After

Machine Gun

Clear, disassemble, clean, inspect, lubricate, reassemble and function check weapon (p 3-18 thru 3-66).

a. Any part to include the spare barrel assembly is broken, missing or damaged to the extent that it could cause the weapon to malfunction.

b. Spare barrel assembly is not accompanying the weapon.

Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (Cont).

Item No.

Interval

Location

Item to

Check/Service

Procedure

Not Fully Mission Capable If:_

Before

Sling &

Snaphook

Assembly

Visually inspect for improperly assembled, broken, missing or damaged parts. Check overall appearance. If damaged, notify unit maintenance.

Section II. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS 2-2. OPERATION OF 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; AND/OR WILL ACCELERATE THE PREMATURE WEARING OUT OF BARRELS.

LOADING

OPPOSITE SIDE VIEW

With palm up, charge weapon by handle forward until you hear it click. Push safety to right (RED BAND not visible).

pulling cocking handle to rear, to lock bolt (cock weapon). Push cocking

OPPOSITE SIDE VIEW

LOADING (cont)

COVER ASSEMBLY

Squeeze latches to open cover assembly.

COVER LATCHES

COVER 'LATCHES

COVER LATCHES

COVER 'LATCHES

M249 Machine Gun Bolt Assembly Nsn

Raise feed tray assembly.

Look into chamber to make sure there is no round chambered. Lower feed tray assembly.

Tray Screw Magazine Unit

Attach 200-round ammunition box or 100- round assault magazine containing link belt to underside of receiver, after alining box/magazine latch with receiver dovetail.

M249 Feed Tray AssemblyM249 Feed Tray Assembly

100-Round

Assault Pack 2°0"Round'

Ammunition

Pull outward on ammunition box or magazine to ensure that the alining box /magazine latch is engaged.

LOADING (Cont)

NOTE

During training exercises where broken (shortened) belts are used and the lead link tab is not available the lead round should be stripped from the link. Place the open link well onto the feed tray until the first round is against the cartridge stop. The open side of links are down.

Place link belt in feed tray assembly with first round against cartridge stop and hold belt in position. Close cover assembly. If loose or partial ammunition belt is being loaded, hold belt in place while closing cover.

M249 Belt Lead Link Tab

CARTRIDGE STOP FIRST ROUND

LEAD LINK TAB

CARTRIDGE STOP FIRST ROUND

LEAD LINK TAB

NOTE

The cartridge indicator is no longer required and must be removed. If during the loading operation a cartridge indicator sticks up above the top of the left side of the cover, notify unit maintenance.

WARNING

YOUR WEAPON IS NOW COMBAT READY, E.G., AMMUNITION LOADED, BOLT TO THE REAR, AND SAFETY ON (RED BAND NOT VISIBLE).

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). HOWEVER, DOING SO RENDERS THE WEAPON "NOT COMBAT READY", AND IF THE BOLT IS MISTAKENLY CHARGED WHEN AMMUNITION HAS BEEN LOADED WITH THE SAFETY ON, DAMAGE TO THE WEAPON AND/OR AMMUNITION CAN OCCUR.

I WARNING

NEVER REMOVE A HOT BARREL TO CLEAR A MALFUNCTION. WAIT 15 MINUTES FOR BARREL TO COOL.

CLEARING.

Charge weapon (pull cocking handle rearward). Be sure bolt is locked in rear position. Push charging handle forward until you hear it click.

M249 Feed Tray Assembly

OPPOSITE SIDE VIEW Push safety to right (RED BAND not visible).

If belt fed: Squeeze latches to open cover assembly. Remove ammunition belt and any links present on feed tray.

If magazine fed: Remove magazine. Squeeze latches to open cover assembly. Remove any loose rounds.

For alternate firing mode follow instruction on page 2-50.

M240 Machine Gun Clearing Procedures

CLEARING (Cont).

NOTE

A cleaning rod may be used to ensure barrel and chamber are cleared.

Raise feed tray assembly. Look into chamber. Round still chambered? Remove it. Follow instructions on page 2-28.

Magazine well/receiver cavity/chamber empty? Lower feed tray assembly. Close cover assembly. Make sure it locks shut.

M249 Feed Tray Cover

Push safety to left (RED BAND visible). Hold cocking handle to rear, pull trigger, and ride bolt forward to close and lock.

SAFETY

SAFETY

M249 Feed Tray Assembly

Look in receiver cavity for live rounds or spent cartridge cases. With left hand, open magazine well cover by pushing inward, and check for live rounds or spent cartridge cases.

NOTE

When clearing the weapon after use on the training range, ensure the rod used for clearing does not touch the ejector.

FIELD ZERO

NOTE

Each sight may vary as to how many clicks are needed to center the sight. To check your sight, start with the sight leaf all the way to the left; counting the clicks, rotate the windage knob (front knob) until the sight leaf stops on the right side. Divide this number of clicks by two and move leaf sight right to center - example: 24 clicks = 12 to center; example: 23 clicks = 12 to center (11 + 12 = 23, use larger figure).

To field zero your machine gun in azimuth, you must first center your rear sight leaf (see note above).

WINI

WINI

NOTE

To make the peep sight easier to grasp, rotate the elevation knob (rear knob) to the "10" (1000 meter) mark. After you make your adjustment, move the elevation knob back to where you started.

NOTE

Each sight may vary as to how many clicks are needed to center the sight. To check your sight, start with the peep sight post all the way to the top; counting the clicks, screw it down as far as it will go. Divide this number of clicks by two and move peep sight up to center - example: 13 clicks = 7 to center ( 6 + 7 = 13, use larger figure).

To field zero your machine gun in elevation, you must center your peep sight (see note above).

FIELD ZERO (Cont)

Peep Sights Sako

Rotate the elevation knob (rear knob) to the desired range. Fire a 3-5 round burst on the center of your target.

NOTE

Each number (3 to 10) on the elevation scale stand for 100 meters. The marks below "3" on the right hand scale are 500, 700 and 900 meters respectively.

NOTE

Each click of the windage knob (front knob) or the peep sight moves the sight 1/2 mil, and the group on the target 6 inches (15.24 centimeters) at 300 meters or 10 inches (25.4 centimeters) at 500 meters.

Make windage and elevation corrections as follows:

• To move group to right: Turn windage knob (front knob) counterclockwise (CCW).

• 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). Fire another group. Repeat above procedures until zeroed.

FIELD ZERO (Cont)

NOTE

If the weapon cannot be zeroed in elevation, and the peep sight is screwed all the way In or out, notify your unit armorer for a front sight post adjustment. Center your peep sight in elevation and fire a burst of 3-5 rounds for a shot group. Tell your unit armorer the estimated adjustment required to bring the weapon on target.

IMMEDIATE ACTION.

The weapon stops firing, take immediate action. Charge weapon and push cocking handle forward until you hear it click.

If a round is ejected - FIRE AGAIN.

If a round is ejected - FIRE AGAIN.

M249 Cocking Handle

IMMEDIATE ACTION (Cont).

WARNING

| IF NOTHING IS EJECTED AND BARREL IS HOT DO NOT OPEN THE COVER, PUSH SAFETY TO RIGHT (RED BAND NOT VISIBLE). KEEP MACHINE GUN POINTED DOWN RANGE, AND REMAIN CLEAR FOR 15 MINUTES. AFTER 15 MINUTES, CLEAR YOUR WEAPON (PGS. 2-16 THRU 2-18).

I NEVER OPEN THE COVER OF WEAPON IF THE BARREL IS HOT AND YOU SUSPECT THERE IS A LIVE ROUND IN CHAMBER.

ALWAYS LOOK INTO CHAMBER AFTER CLEARING WEAPON.

If nothing is ejected, and belted ammunition is being used, look to see if any rounds remain on the feed tray assembly. If not, you have run out of belted ammunition. If the barrel is not hot, clear the weapon.

IF IMMEDIATE ACTION DOESN'T WORK.

Be sure weapon is cleared. Check for:

Obstructions

Lubrication

Dirt

Damaged parts

Take corrective action as required.

Reload, and fire again.

AMMUNITION BELT

AMMUNITION BELT

M249 Feed Tray

Change 2

STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE OR LIVE ROUND.

WARNING

STAY CLEAR OF MUZZLE. DO NOT ALLOW ROUND TO HIT ANY HARD SURFACE OR IT MAY FIRE. DISPOSE OF LIVE ROUND IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL REGULATIONS.

I NEVER REMOVE A HOT BARREL TO CLEAR A MALFUNCTION. WAIT 15 MINUTES FOR BARREL TO COOL.

If it did fire and didn't extract, you have a stuck cartridge case, If weapon can be charged, do so, Push safety to right (RED BAND not visible). Remove barrel (p 2-33).

SAFETY

RED BAND not visible

RED BAND not visible

CAUTION

IF YOU TRY TO CHARGE THE WEAPON AND THE COCKING HANDLE WILL NOT UNLOCK THE BOLT, DO NOT TRY TO FORCE THE COCKING HANDLE TO THE REAR WITH YOUR FOOT OR A HEAVY OBJECT. THIS CAN DAMAGE THE WEAPON.

NOTE

Barrel must be removed to perform stuck cartridge case removal.

M249 Cocking Handle

STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE

Assemble cleaning rod without swab holder. Insert rod through muzzle end of barrel. Gently tap out stuck cartridge case.

STUCK CARTRIDGE CASE OR LIVE ROUND (Cont)

SAFETY RED BAND

SAFETY RED BAND

If it didn't fire and didn't extract, you have a stuck live round. If weapon can be charged, do so.

Push safety to left (RED BAND visible). Pull trigger if it still doesn't fire, wait until barrel is cool (approximately 15 rein). If weapon can be charged, do so, and push safety to right (RED BAND not visible). Remove barrel (p 2-33).

WARNING

IF YOU TRY TO CHARGE THE WEAPON AND THE COCKING HANDLE WILL NOT UNLOCK THE BOLT, DO NOT TRY TO FORCE THE COCKING HANDLE TO THE REAR WITH YOUR FOOT OR A HEAVY OBJECT. THIS CAN CAUSE injury TO PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE THE WEAPON.

NOTE

Barrel must be removed to perform live round removal.

CLEANING ROD

STUCK LIVE ROUND

Assemble cleaning rod without swab holder. Insert rod 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, notify unit maintenance.

RUNAWAY MACHINE GUN

If runaway occurs (weapon won't stop firing), take action to correct it quickly.

WARNING

ALWAYS KEEP MACHINE GUN POINTED DOWNRANGE.

Take either of the following actions:

1. Let weapon continue firing if near end of link belt or magazine capacity

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 or magazine.

WARNING

NEVER RELOAD A RUNAWAY WEAPON UNTIL IT IS REPAIRED. BE SURE WEAPON IS CLEARED.

Notify unit maintenance for repairs. 2-32

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. Depress the barrel locking lever with left hand. Hold the carrying handle with right hand, lift it up and push the barrel forward (p 225). If barrel is hot, handle carefully.

NEW STYLE BARREL SHOWN

INSTALL:

Depress the barrel locking lever with the left hand. Holding the carrying handle with the right hand, pull the barrel rearward, and down, and lock by releasing barrel locking lever (p 3-54). Reload.

NEW STYLE BARREL SHOWN

SHOULDER REST AND BIPOD POSITIONING.

When shoulder rest firing is required, pull shoulder rest to the rear and up. Shoulder rest is secure when it snaps into notches at the top of the buttstock.

M249 Barrel Lock Lever

Change 2

SHOULDER REST AND BIPOD POSITIONING (Cont)

To operate the weapon from the bipod, hold the legs together and pull them down from the handguard. Release the legs so that they lock in the vertical position.

warning spring pins that protrude on inside of bipod legs can cause injury.

To extend bipod legs, push in on the latches and slide legs out.

Operate Bipod
EXTENSION

| SHOULDER REST AND BIPOD POSITIONING (Cont)

The bipod can be folded for transport or when firing from the hip. Holding the two legs together, bring them back under the handguard and release them so that the hooks of the legs grip the handguard. The bipod can only be folded when the legs are in the closed position.

M122 Adapter Assembly

Folding of bipod under the handguard.

Folding of bipod under the handguard.

To fold the bipod forward, hold the two legs together and bring them up under the barrel. When released they will lock into position. The purpose of positioning the legs forward is to allow the weapon to be used on tripods and other mountings.

POSITIONING OF THE LEGS FORWARD

2-3. OPERATION OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT: TACTICAL/TRAINING. 2-4. TACTICAL EQUIPMENT.

2-5. TRIPOD MOUNT, M122 W/ADAPTER ASSEMBLY WHEN USED IN THE LMG ROLE.

The weapon can be fitted on the Tripod Mount, M122, by means of a special adapter.

• Assure release lever of the pintle is forward.

• Assure Adapter Assembly yoke is rearward.

• Adjust elevation ring of T&E mechanism to midway.

PINTLE

Extend Bipod forward.

Engage the mounting pin of the gun into the pintle of the tripod by squeezing the locking lever of the pintle.

M240 PintleFiring Mechanism

Above the trigger guard there is a hole thru the trigger mechanism. Engage this part of the machine gun into the fork of the Adapter Assembly and push in the Locking Pin.

When mounted on the tripod, ammunition can be attached to the weapon using an adapter.

• Insert adapter in magazine well.

• Pull back on adapter to ensure its retention by the magazine door.

• Pull back on adapter to ensure its retention by the magazine door.

Door Pintle Gun

2-6. NIGHT VISION SIGHT, AN/PVS-4.

NIGHT VISION SIGHT W/ADAPTER

2-6. NIGHT VISION SIGHT, AN/PVS-4.

NIGHT VISION SIGHT W/ADAPTER

M249 Silhouette
To mount the night vision sight, AN/PVS-4 refer to TM 11-5855-213-10. 2-40.2 Change 2

NIGHT VISION SIGHT W/RAIL GRABBER (W/NEW RAIL)

NIGHT VISION SIGHT W/RAIL GRABBER (W/NEW RAIL)

Telescope Straight M145
2-6.1. STRAIGHT TELESCOPE, M145.
M249 Silhouette

2-7. LOADING 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE

NOTE

The following instructions are for loading two reusable 100 round magazines

1. With canvas up, unzip 100-round magazine, remove the reusable plastic feed strap and attached link packed inside (these are spares and should be kept for future use). Note the silhouette of a cartridge on the inside of the plastic.

2. Remove 200-round ammo belt from disposable container. Determine the center point of the belt (holding the loose ends together) and by twisting, separate it into two belts of approximately equal length.

PLASTIC FEED STRAP AND LINK

LOADING 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE (Cont)

3. By twisting, remove the plastic feed strap and first link from the first cartridge. With the cartridges pointing 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). Turn the magazine, plastic up, check for proper cartridge position as the silhouette depicts, and reattach the feed strap and link to the first cartridge.

4. Using moderate pressure to overcome the spring force, push belt back into magazine until the feed strap seats into the feed opening.

5. Turn magazine canvas up and fold the ammo belt back and forth so that it fits inside the magazine, close the zipper, and secure the snap on the zipper pull.

LOADING 100 ROUND ASSAULT MAGAZINE (Cont)

6. The reusable 100 round magazine is now ready for use and for attachment to the weapon, refer to page 2-13.

7. To load the second magazine, repeat step one.

8. With the cartridges pointing 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). Turn the magazine, plastic up, and attach the supplied feed strap and link to the first cartridge.

9. Follow the procedures in steps four and five above.

10. After use, save feed strap and attached link for future use.

The weapon can be fitted with a collapsible buttstock which can shorten the overall length of the machine gun. The type of units principally using the M5 are airborne, air assault and etc.

• Remove conventional buttstock and buffer assembly following the field strip procedures starting on page 3-18.

• Assure the M5 is locked in the extended position.

Para Buttstock

Reassemble the weapon, with the M5, following the instructions beginning on page 3-49.

To shorten the overall length of the weapon, pull back on buttplate, twist to the left (counter clockwise), and push buttplate fully forward.

M197 Mount 240

2-9. MOUNT PEDESTAL, MACHINE GUN, M6 AND MOUNT, MACHINE GUN, | M197 FOR M998 HMMWV.

The weapon can be mounted on a M998 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) (Cargo/Troop Carrier).

WARNING

The canvas cover above the driver and passenger seats should always be in place when firing.

Firing on-the-move is not permitted from the M998.

Ground personnel should not be within 10 meters of the vehicle when firing.

I All personnel within 30 meters of a weapon firing, shall wear approved single hearing protection devices during training exercises.

• Assure clevis of pintle assembly slants to the rear.

PINTLE

• Assure clevis of pintle assembly slants to the rear.

PINTLE

Tripod Fork 122
(TRAVEL LOCK)

2-9. MOUNT PEDESTAL, MACHINE GUN, M6 AND MOUNT, MACHINE GUN, M197 FOR M998 HMMWV (Cont).

Place weapon in clevis aligning the mounting holes forward of the handguard with the holes in the clevis and secure with quick release pin.

M197 Mount Machine Gun
Assure M60 Machine Gun adapter assembly is pivoted away from the M249 fork (clevis).
M249 Fork Clevis

M60 ADAPTER

2-9. MOUNT PEDESTAL, MACHINE GUN, M6 AND MOUNT, MACHINE GUN, M197 FOR M998 HMMWV (Cont).

• Above the trigger guard there is a hole thru the trigger mechanism. Engage this part of the machine gun into the fork of the mount and push in the locking pin.

M197 Mount Leaf Spring Type

CAUTION

WHEN THE WEAPON IS NOT IN USE IT SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM THE PEDESTAL OR SECURED BY THE TRAVEL LOCK.

M998 Hmmwv

NOTE

For mounting instructions of M6 and M197 Mounts in M998 HMMWVs refer to TM 9-1005-245-13&P.

2-10. MOUNT, MACHINE GUN, M197 FOR M1025/M1026.

The weapon can be mounted on a M1025 or M1026 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) (Armament Carrier).

WARNING

GROUND PERSONNEL SHOULD NOT BE WITHIN 10 METERS OF THE VEHICLE WHEN FIRING.

FIRING ON-THE-MOVE IS RESTRICTED TO 5 MILES PER HOUR CROSSCOUNTRY AND 10 MILES PER HOUR ON IMPROVED ROADS WHEN MOUNTED ON M1025 AND M1026 HMMWVS (ARMAMENT CARRIERS).

CAUTION

WHEN THE WEAPON IS NOT IN USE IT SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM THE RING MOUNT OR SECURED BY THE TRAVEL LOCK.

To mount the weapon, follow the mounting instruction/procedures, para. 2-9.

To mount the weapon, follow the mounting instruction/procedures, para. 2-9.

M197 Mount Machine Gun

For mounting Instructions of the M197 Mount In M1025/M1026 HMMWVs refer to TM 9-1005-245-13&P.

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