CREW-SERVED MACHINE GUNS, 5.56-mm AND 7.62-mm, M249, 5.56-MM MACHINE GUN, M60, 7.62-MM MACHINE GUN, M240B, 7.62-MM MACHINE GUN, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book [NOOK Book]

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CREW-SERVED MACHINE GUNS, 5.56-mm AND 7.62-mm, M249, 5.56-MM MACHINE GUN, M60, 7.62-MM MACHINE GUN, M240B, 7.62-MM MACHINE GUN, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book


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CREW-SERVED MACHINE GUNS, 5.56-mm AND 7.62-mm, M249, 5.56-MM MACHINE GUN, M60, 7.62-MM MACHINE GUN, M240B, 7.62-MM MACHINE GUN, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book


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PREFACE
This manual provides technical information, training techniques, and guidance on the crew-served machine guns, 5.56-mm and 7.62-mm (M249/M60/M240B). The purpose of this manual is, to provide a one-source document for all three weapons. This prohibits having several sources to rely on. Unit leaders, trainers, and the designated gunners will find this information invaluable in their efforts to successfully integrate these automatic weapons into their combat operations.


PREFACE vi
CHAPTER 1. M249 MACHINE GUN
Section I. Description and Components 1-1
1-1. Description 1-1
1-2. Components 1-3
1-3. Ammunition 1-5
1-4. Blank Firing Attachment 1-8
Section II. Maintenance 1-9
1-5. Clearing Procedures 1-9
1-6. General Disassembly 1-11
1-7. Inspection 1-16
1-8. Cleaning, Lubrication, and Preventive Maintenance 1-18
1-9. General Assembly. 1-21
1-10. Function Check. 1-24
1-11. Maintenance Procedures. 1-25
1-12. Maintenance During Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
Conditions. 1-25
Section III. Operation and Function 1-25
1-13. Operation 1-25
1-14. Loading. 1-26
1-15. Unloading . 1-27
1-16. Cycle of Functioning 1-27
1-17. Sights 1-29
1-18. M122 Tripod. 1-31
1-19. Dismounting from the M122 Tripod 1-33
1-20. Bipod Operations 1-33
1-21. Vehicular Mount. 1-34
1-22. Tripod Positioning 1-34
Section IV. Performance Problems and Destruction . 1-34
1-23. Malfunctions. 1-34
1-24. Stoppages 1-35
1-25. Immediate Action . 1-37
1-26. Remedial Action. 1-38
1-27. Destruction Procedures. 1-38
CHAPTER 2. M60 MACHINE GUN
Section I. Description and Components 2-1
2-1. Description 2-1
2-2. Components 2-3
2-3. Ammunition 2-6
2-4. Blank Firing Attachments, M13 and M13A. 2-7
Section II. Maintenance 2-9
2-5. Clearing Procedures 2-9
2-6. General Disassembly 2-10
2-7. Inspection 2-16
2-8. Cleaning, Lubrication, and Preventive Maintenance 2-17
2-9. General Assembly. 2-19
2-10. Function Check. 2-21
2-11. Maintenance Procedures. 2-22
2-12. Maintenance During Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
Conditions. 2-22
Section III. Operation and Function 2-22
2-13. Operation 2-22
2-14. Loading. 2-22
2-15. Unloading…. 2-23
2-16. Cycle of Functioning 2-23
2-17. Sights 2-25
2-18. M122 Tripod. 2-26
2-19. Bipod Operations 2-28
2-20. Vehicular Mount. 2-29
2-21. Tripod Position . 2-30
Section IV. Performance Problems and Destruction . 2-30
2-22. Malfunctions. 2-30
2-23. Stoppages 2-31
2-24. Immediate Action . 2-32
2-25. Remedial Action. 2-33
2-26. Destruction Procedures. 2-34
CHAPTER 3. M240B MACHINE GUN
Section I. Description and Components 3-1
3-1. Description 3-1
3-2. Components 3-3
3-3. Ammunition 3-5
3-4. Ammunition Adapter 3-6
3-5. Blank Firing Attachment 3-7
Section II. Maintenance 3-9
3-6. Clearing Procedures 3-9
3-7. General Disassembly 3-11
3-8. Inspection 3-18
3-9. Cleaning, Lubrication, and Preventive Maintenance 3-20
3-10. General Assembly. 3-24
3-11. Function Check. 3-27
3-12. Maintenance Procedures. 3-27
3-13. Maintenance During Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
Conditions. 3-27
Section III. Operation and Function 3-27
3-14. Operation 3-28
3-15. Loading. 3-28
3-16. Unloading . 3-28
3-17. Cycle of Functioning . 3-29
3-18. Sights 3-30
3-19. M122A1 Tripod 3-33
3-20. Bipod Operations 3-35
3-21. Tripod Operations. 3-36
Section IV. Performance Problems and Destruction . 3-36
3-22. Malfunctions. 3-36
3-23. Stoppages 3-37
3-24. Immediate Action . 3-40
3-25. Remedial Action. 3-40
3-26. Stuck Barrel 3-41
3-27. Destruction Procedures. 3-41
CHAPTER 4. MACHINE GUN MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING
Section I. Introduction. 4-1
4-1. Objectives . 4-1
4-2. Training Phases. 4-1
4-3. Training Strategy 4-2
4-4. Training for Combat Conditions 4-4
Section II. Preliminary Gunnery. 4-4
4-5. Marksmanship Fundamentals . 4-4
4-6. Firing Positions. 4-5
4-7. Night Fire 4-9
4-8. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Fire 4-10
4-9. Engagement of Moving Targets . 4-11
4-10. Traverse and Search 4-13
4-11. Direct Lay. 4-14
4-12. Application of Fire 4-14
4-13. Fire Adjustment 4-14
4-14. Effects of Wind. 4-15
4-15. Fire Commands. 4-17
4-16. Dry-Fire Exercise . 4-17
4-17. Multipurpose Machine Gun Range Layout 4-20
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  • BN ID: 2940012752048
  • Publisher: www.survivalebooks.com
  • Publication date: 7/17/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
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