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TM 9-1005-303-14

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL

OPERATOR, ORGANIZATIONAL, DIRECT SUPPORT


AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST

SHOTGUN, 12=GAGE,
WINCHESTER MODEL 1200, RIOT TYPE,
.
20-INCH BARREL, W / E
(1005-921-5483)

I This reprint includes all changes in


effect at the time of publication -
Changes 1 through 3.
I

HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY


JULY 1968
TACO 20027A
CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

Section I. GENERAL

l-l. scope prescribed in TM 33-750, Army Equipment


Record Procedures,
These instructions are in accordance with the
b. Recommendations for Maintenance Man-
MAC (app C) and are published for the use ual Improvements. Reports of errors, omis-
of operator, organizational, direct and general sions, and recommendations for improving
support maintenance personnel maintaining this publication by the individual user is en-
the Winchester Shotgun, Model 1200. couraged. Reports should be submitted on
DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to
l-2. Forms and Records DA Publications) and forwarded direct to
Commanding General, Headquarters, U.S.
a. General. DA forms and procedures used Army Weapons Command, ATTN: AMSWE-
for equipment maintenance will be only those SMM-P, Rock Island, Ill. 61201.

Section II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA

l - 3 . Descripiion lug for securing the bayonet to the shotgun.


The front sight serves as an aiming device.
a. General. The Winchester Model 1200 (3) Trigger guiwd group. (16, fig B-2)
(fig l-l) is a manually operated, repeating composed of trigger stop pin screw, left-hand
shotgun of the slide action, hammerless and and right-hand slide arm supports, carrier as-
takedown type, with a 20” barrel. It has a sembly, carrier plunger, carrier spring, dis-
capacity of five rounds, one in the chamber connector assembly, disconnector spring, sear
and four in the magazine. bracket assembly, hammer pin, hammer pin
b. Major Group8 and Assemblies. The fol- supports, hammer, safety, trigger pin, trigger
lowing is a brief description of the major and trigger guard. It houses the components
groups and assemblies : required to provide locking, initial feeding,
loading, firing and safety functions of the
(1) Gun shoulder stock group. (1, fig weapon.
B-2) Composed of butt stock screws, butt
plate, machine bolt, lock washer, gun shoulder (4) Fore end group. (18, fig B-2) Com-
stock, swivel screw, and swivel assembly. The posed of slide arm cap, fore end and slide arm
stock is an extension of the barrel and re- extension. The slide arm extension is utilized
ceiver group and provides a support to open and close the breech bolt group,
to shoulder fire the weapon. permitting loading, firing and unloading the
(2) Barrel and bc+gonet band assembly. weapon.
(10, fig B-2) Composed of barrel, bayonet (5) Breech bolt group. (22, fig B-2) Com-
barrel screws, front sight and bayonet barrel posed of slide arm bridge, firing pin, firing pin
assembly. The bayonet band assembly provides spring, cam pin, firing pin collar extractor
a location for the bayonet Ml917 and a locking spring, extractor breech bolt and bolt slide.
2 AGO 20027A
Reprinted by special permission of the copyright
owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Conn.

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Figure l-l. 19 Gage, Riot Type, Winchester Shotgun, Model 1~00--right rear view.

The breech bolt feeds and locks the round in Diameter of bore -0.729 i n .
the chamber. The firing pin detonates the Boring of barrel Cylinder
T y p e o f a c t i o n ..__Slide
primer to fire the weapon. The (fired) round Type of firing mechanism Hammerless
is removed from the chamber by the extrac- Type of magazine -Tubular
tor. Capacity of magazine .._ 4 rd
(6) Receiver and magazine group. Operation Manual
(23, fig B-2) Composed of cartridge ejector; Cooling. -_-Air
Length of barrel 20 in.
magazine tube, magazine Plug, maga- Length of stock and receiver (approx) ..20 in.
zine spring, magazine follower and receiver. Length of assembled gun (approx) 40 in.
The magazine tube serves as a retainer for the Weight of assembled gun w/o bayonet band
fore end group and provides a storage area assembly 6.6 lb
for the cartridges. The receiver houses the Weight of assembled gun with attachments 8.5 lb
Weight of bayonet Ml917 (approx) 1 lb 2 oz
cartridge ejector and serves as support for all
major groups and assemblies of the weapon.
l-5. Serial Number
14. Tabulated Data The serial number is located on the bottom of
Gage of bore __.__._.________..___ . ...12 gage the front end of receiver.

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CHAPTER 2

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Section I. CONTROLS

2- 1,. General
Refer to table 2-l.

Table 2-l. Controls


Control of instrument Function Reference
Disconnector assembly When depressed, releases the fore end group for loading and unloading B, figure 2-l
weapon.
Safety -When in locked (“ON”) position, prevents firing of weapon A, figure 2-l
T r i g g e r -Controls firing of weapon A, figure 2-l

Reprinted by special permission of the copyright owner, Olin Mathieson


Chemical Corp., Winchester - Western Division, New Have

DISCONNECTOR
ASSEMBLY

A. TRIGGER AND SAFETY B. DIS CON N E CTOR ASSEMBLY


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Figure 2-l. Controls.

Section il. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS

2-2. Loading, Firing and Unloading quired, clean barrel assembly. Check breech bolt group
for excess oil or dirt. If required, place a drop of oil
Note. Prior to loading, check bore and chamber of in firing pin hole and the face of the breech bolt.
barrel assembly for obstructions and condition. If re- a. Refer to figures 2-2 through 2-4.

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,I

STEP , PLACE S A F E T Y IN “ON (LoCKED’


p(pJT\ON.

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Loading shotgun.
F@nv 2-2.
STEP 1. PUSH SAFETY TO “OFF”
(UNLOCKED) POSITION.

NOTE: PUMP FORE END TO THE REAR THEN FORWARD.


THIS ACTION EJECTS SPENT ROUND AND LOADS NEW
ROUND INTO CHAMBER. RELEASE TRIGGER AND
RE-PULL FOR EACH CHAMBERED ROUND. CONTINUE
THIS ACTION UNTIL WEAPON IS EMPTY.

STEP 3. EXTRACTING AND EJECTING SPENT ROUND.


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Figure .~-3. Firing shotgu?l.

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Reprinted by special permission of the copyright owner, Olin Mathieson
Chemical Corp., Winchester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.

1. PUSH DOWN ON CARRIER


ASSEMBLY.
2. DEPRESS CARTRIDGE CUTOFF.

NOTE: LIFT UP SLIGHTLY ON


BASE OF CARTRIDGE TO CLEAR
THE CARRIER ASSEMBLY.

STEP 1 POSITION SAFETY TO STEP 2. REMOVE CARTRIDGES FROM MAGAZINE.


“ON” (LOCKED) POSITION.

CAUTION: MAKE CERTAIN MAGAZINE FOLLOWER IS VISIBLE TO INSURE


THAT NO SHELLS REMAIN IN MAGAZINE. WITH BREECH OPEN CHECK
CHAMBER TO MAKE SURE IT IS EMPTY.
-zI.-
STEP 3. EXTRACT AND EJECT LIVE ROUND FROM CHAMBER.
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Figure z-4. Unloading shotgun.

b. Inspect, clean, and oil weapon (table 3-5). 2-4. Service after Firing

Refer to table 3-5.


2-3. Double Feed
Refer to table 4-2.

Section III. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS

2-5. General
Refer to table 3-4.
CHAPTER 3

OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL SERVICE AND


MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL

3-l. General
Refer to table 2-l.

Table S-1. Service Upon Receipt of Materiel


SlcP .-lotion Refwence
1 Remove shotgun and items from container.
2 Remove VCI, clean and lubricate. Paragraph 3-4
3 Inspect for: Figure B-2
Missing parts
Proper assembly
4 Function, using once-fired empty round. Figures 2-2 and 2-3.

Caution: Do not use live ammunition when hand functioning weapon.

Section II. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

3-2. Special Tools and Equipment 3-3. Repair Parts


a. Opwcztor. Refer to appendix B, section II. a. Operator. None authorized.
b. OrganizathzaZ. Refer to appendix B, b. Organizational. Refer to appendix B, sec-
section V. tion IV.

Section Ill. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS


IJSN Itew
34. General
6850-224-665’7 CLEANING COMPOUND, RIFLE
a. Refer to table 3-2 for cleaning and BORE: small arms bore cleaner,
lubrication materials. Use stock numbers for solution (CR) (6 oz can).
requisitioning purposes. 5350-221-0872 CLOTH, ABRASIVE : crocus,
b. Refer to table 3-3 for usual lubrication ferric oxide and quartz, jean-
cloth-backing, closed coating, 9 w,
instructions. 11 lg, 50-sh-sleeve (CA).
c. Refer to table 3-4 for lubrication instruc- 8010-582-5382 LACQUER: black (jet) lusterless
tions for unusual conditions. type I, color 37038 (16 oz aerosol
can) Spec TT L 9950 type I
Table J-Z. Materials Rkquired for Maintenance nitrocellulose base.
Functions 8010-221-0611 LINSEED OIL, RAW: (TT-L-
E’SN 1tc*r 00215) (1 gal. can).
6850-965-2332 CARBON REMOVING COM- LUBRICATING OIL, GENERAL
POUND: (P-C-111) (5 gal. pail). PURPOSE : (PL special).

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FSN /ten1 Table 3-4. Lmbrication Instructions for Unusual
9150-273-2389 4 02 can. Conditions
9150-231-6689 1 qt can. T!~pe of Climate I’roreifurc
9150-292-9689 LUBRICATING OIL, WEAPONS: Note. Reduce lubrication intervals to less then
(LAW) for below zero daily, if inspection indicates rust or corro-
operations (1 qt can). sion.

7920-205-1711 RAG, WIPING: cotton for general Extreme cold Lubricate with weapons lubricating
purpose use (50 lb bale). (below 0°F.) oil (LAW). Keep weapon protected
8030-081-2341 SEALING COMPOUND : 150/375 as much as possible.
in-lb locking torque lo-15 Note. Make certain all components are dry
viscosity, gun color MIL-S-22473 and free from condensation before applyine
luhriention. Also refer to TM !I-20i.
Grade AA (lo-CC bottle).
Hot and humid Inspect shotgun frequently for rust.
Lightly oil with general purpose
Table $4). Lubrication Instructions for Usual lubricating oil (PL special). If ex-
Conditions posed to salt air, high humidity or
step Procedure moisture, more frequent cleaning
and oiling will be required to pro-
Note. Shotmn will ONLY be disassembled for cleanincr and
lubrication into major groups and assemblies when a tect components.
THOROUGH INSPECTION indicates the weapon is
Note. Weapons which are intended for in-
dirty and c o n t a m i n a t e d a n d t h a t functionina of the
frequent firinn, or *re placed in *rms rooms
weapon would he impaired.
for safekeepinn for prolonW periods, will
1 Clean bore and locking lug area of the barrel have R film of aeneral purpose luhricatinrc
assembly and other powder-fouled surfaces oil (PL special) applied to the internnl and
external ~r‘oups immediately after inspection
with rifle bore cleaning compound (CR). Re- a n d elennina. Special attehtion should be
move all foreign matter. civen to bore, chamber, and lockinn hart area.
2 Thoroughly dry bore and chamber, including
Hot and dry Clean shotgun daily (or as required).
the locking lug area.
In sandy or dusty areas, wipe wea-
3 Lightly oil bore, barrel extension, and external pon free of oil to prevent sand and
surfaces of the weapon, using general pur- dust from collecting on the outside
pose lubricating oil (PL special). and working components.
Note. For general clenninz procedures. refer to TM 9-208-l
and TM 9-247. No&. Protect weapon from wuter while ford-
ina. if possible.
4 All components affected by powder fouling will
be cleaned with carbon removing compound Immersion in During deep fording, it is possible
(P-C-111). water. for the weapon to become com-
pletely submerged. If this occurs,
Warning: Avoid skin contact. The compound
eject the round from the chamber
should be washed off thoroughly with running
to allow water to run from the bore.
water if it comes in contact with the skin. A
Normally, if the round is left in
good lanolin base cream, after exposure to
the chamber, it will form a vacuum
compound, is helpful. The use of gloves and
and will not allow the water to
protective equipment is recommended.
drain freely.
5 Wipe or blow dry and oil with general purpose
lubricating oil. If the above condition occurs, the
6 Thereafter, clean and oil as required. weapon should be wiped dry as
7 Wipe wooden components with slightly oiled soon as possible. If inspection re-
rag. Remove surplus oil with a dry cloth. veals rust or corrosion is evident,
Apply a light coat of linseed oil and rub the weapon should be turned in to
into wood with heel of hand. organizational maintenance for
Note. With patch and cleaning rod. remove oil from bore
complete cleaning and lubrication
and chamber of barrel assembly before firina. of all components.

Section IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES

3-5. General b. All deficiencies, shortcomings, and correc-


tive action taken will be recorded on DA Form
a. Refer to table 3-5. 2407 at the earliest opportunity.

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Table f-5. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Servaces

l- B-before operation
D-during operation
Aw-2ttgk,ytion M-monthly

Operator OW.

Daily f
A- w
- M
Item to be inspected Reference

Warning: Before starting inspection, make certain that weapon is


cleared. Inspect the chamber and magazine tube to insure that both
are empty. Determine that no ammunition is in position to be
introduced.
N o t e . Weekly and monthly inspections apply only if weapon is used drily.
1 X X X Clean and lubricate ..~__....~...____.____--..------___-----..._.. Tables 3-3, 34
2 X X X Actuate controls _....~~_.....__.________--.._.--_-____.__--....__ Figure 2-l
3 X X X Check for missing parts, proper assembly of weapon and if major Table 3-l and fig.
groups and assemblies are properly secured. B-2 -
4 X X X Gun Shoulder Stock Group Determine that sling is secured to gun shoulder stock group and Figure 6-2
bayonet band assembly.
Stock cannot be cracked or loose. Structural strength must not be Figure 5-l
impaired.
5 X X X Magazine Cap ~. ~. Check for burs, stripped threads, and if properly secured to m+ga- Figure 3-l
zinc tube. I

6 X X X Barrel and Bayonet Band As; Bayonet band assembly must be secured to barrel assembly. Check for Figure 3-2
sembly. unusual pits or damage to bore of barrel assembly. Assure that bore
is dry and free of obstructions before firing.
7 X X X Trigger Guard Pin ~~ ..~~ _~. Check for burs and if bent or loose _._~~.._____.~__~__ . . . . . . . . ..__. Figure 5-3
8 X X X Trigger Guard Group ._.. . . . Check hammer, safety and trigger for proper operation. Actuate Figures 5-7, 5-8
disconnector assembly for proper functioning. Check left hand and and 5-9
right hand slide arm support for being bent or other damage. Check
carrier assembly for freedom of movement.
9 X X X Slide Arm Bridge Retaining Check for stripped threads and damaged screw slot. Determine that Figure 5-4
Screw. slide arm bridge is secured to bolt slide.
10 X X X Fore End Group _ Check for proper functioning and cracks in fore end. Structural Figure 5-10
strength must not be impaired. Check slide arm extensions for ex-
cessive wear, burs or being bent. Slide arm extension cap must
be secure to the slide arm extension. Check assembly slots on cap
for burrs.
11 X X X Breech Bolt Group _ Cam pin must be free of burrs. Breech bolt must have free movement Figures 5-11, 5-12
in camways of receiver. Check protrusion of firing pin. Check ex-
tractor claw for damage. Check component for visible rust or
corrosion.
s 12 X X X E j e c t o r . ..~.....__...__._ Check for burrs or being bent. Test weapon with dummy round or Figures 5-5, 5-6
h:
$ once-fired empty round to insure proper ejection of cartridge. Check
z ejector support pin for being secure in receiver and if damaged.
1
x x X Receiver and Magazine Group.. Magazine tube should be secured to the receiver. Check tube for dents, .‘Figure 5-13
burrs or damage which will restrict the cartridge. Check helical
compression spring (magazine) for kinks, and magazine follower
for being broken or burred. Check for rust and corrosion in
components.
Section V. TROUBLESHOOTING

34. General
Refer to table 3-6.

Table $16. Troubleshooting

MalfuIietion Probable ca”se I Corrective action


.
Note. For corrective action of malfunctions not
listed in this table, refer to direct support
~~Ml~kI~l.
Failure to fire _ _ _ Failure to load Pump shell into chamber.
Empty magazine Load magazine (step 2, fig. 2-2).
F a u l t y a m m u n i t i o n _. _ _ _ Pump out defective shell and use
other ammunition.
Foreign matter in firing pin aper- Clean applicable items (4, 8, or 9, fig.
ture of cam pin, bolt or bolt B-4 and table 3-3).
slide.
Operator fails to disengage safety. Disengage safety (step 1, fig. 2-3).
Foreign matter in safety aperture Clean trigger (16, fig. B-3 and table
in trigger. 3-3).
Failure to move bolt slide fully for- Push fore end forward (step 3, fig.
ward. 2-2).

Failure to load or feed Dbstruction in the chamber _ Clean receiver (table 3-3).
Defective carrier assembly . _ . . . Notify direct support maintenance.
Foreign matter in RH or LH slide Clean applicable items (2, 3, fig. B-3
arm supports or magazine tube. and 28, fig. B-2).

Failure to function correctly Foreign matter in bolt, bolt slide Clean applicable items or area (8, 9,
or safety well of trigger guard. fig. B-4 and 18, fig. B-3).

Section VI. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

3-7. Removal/Installation of Major 3-9. Cleaning, inspection and Repair


Components a. Clsmin~g instrwtions. Refer to table 3-3.
a. Operator. Field stripping of weapon into
major groups and assemblies is not authorized. B. Inspection. Refer to tables 3-6 and 3-7.

21. Organizational. Refer to table 3-7. c. Repair.


( 1) Replace- bayonet band screws or bay-
3-8. Disassembly/Assembly of Major onet band assembly if damaged or unservice-
Components able.
a. Operate. None authorized.
(2) No other repair parts are authorized
b. Organizational. Refer to table 3-7. for organizational maintenance. If necessary,
Note. White arrows shown on illustrations indicate evacuate shotgun to direct support maintenance
disassembly, black arrows indicate assembly. personnel.

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.
Table 3-17. Operator and Organizational Maintenance Guide fov Winchester Shotgun,
Model 1200

Group of Removal/in- Disassembly Cleaninrr. inspection


assembly stallation assembly
- and repair FirC
CLEANING
Shotgun .._ . . . . __..__.___ Refer to paragraph 3-4.
INSPECTION
Shotgun .._ __ Visually inspect the components for B-2 thru B-4
wear, cracks, dents and damage.
Make certain all parts are properly
installed and in working condition.
REPAIR
S h o t g u n Remove all traces of rust or scarred
areas from finished surfaces with
cloth, moistened with light oil.
Gun shoulder stock group Tables 3-3 thru 3-6.
Vote.Stock WOUI) will not be removed from re-
ceiver and magazine YIBUP.

Barrel and bayonet band Figures 3-l _ Paragraph 3-9c.


assembly. and 3-2. Remove burs on barrel assembly by
stoning (Organizational maintenance
only).
Trigger guard group 16, figure Tables 3-3 thru 3-5.
B-2,
Fore end group ~. 18, figure Tables 3-3 thru 3-5.
B-2.
Vutc.l*‘ore end PROUD will not be removed from
receiver and maaazine croup.

Breech bolt group _ 22, figure Tables 3-3 thru 3-5.


B-2.
Receiver and magazine 28, figure Tables 3-3 thru 3-6.
group. B-2.
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mission of the copyright owner, Olin Mathicson


ester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.

BAND ASSEMBLY

WISE.

REMOVEjlNSTALL CAP. REMOVE/INSTALL BARREL AND BAYONET BAND ASSEMBLY.


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Figure 3-l. Removal/installation of barrel and ba.yonet band assembly.

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REMOVE/INSTALL SCREWS.

PLASTIC ‘HAMMER
INSTALL BAYONET BAND ASSEMBLY. WE 60053

REMOVE BAYONET BAND AS%f+faLY.

band assembly.
Renzoval/installatiOrf of bawnct
Figure Y-2.

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CHAPTER 4

DIRECT AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

Section I. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

4-l. Special Tools and Equipment 4-3. Improvised Tools and Equipment
Refer to appendix B. Refer to table 4-l.
4-2. Maintenance Repair Parts
Refer to appendix B.

Table 4-l. Improvised Tools

-
Item Reference Required for

TOOL, assembling cam pin ~. Figures 4-l and 5-12 ~. To assemble cam pin to breech bolt
and bolt slide.
TOOL, disassembling and assembling Figures 4-2 and 5-10 To disassemble and assemble slide arm
slide arm extension cap. extension cap to front end of slide
arm extension assembly.

1- 3/4 t-
------
,- -----1 _ I
i
i-43
w I^

DRILL R/OD OR
COLD ROLL STEEL

NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN


ARE IN INCHES. WE 60216

Figure 4-f. Improvised tool for assembling cam pin.

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BODY: 6-l/2 LONG BY l/4 THICK COLD ROLL STEEL.
BLADE: 1 INCH BY l/8 X l-1/2 TOOL STEEL, FLAT STOCK.
RIVETS: 3/16 BY l/2 L O N G .

1/8
- I I - -

NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN


ARE IN INCHES. WE 60215

Figure 4-2. Improvised tool for disassembling and assembling slide arm extension cap.

Section II. TROUBLES,HOOTING

4-4. General and corrective actions for the 12 Gage, Shot-


gun, Riot Type, Winchester, Model 1200 are
Troubleshooting malfunctions, probable causes, listed in table 4-2.

Table 4-2. Troubleshooting

Malfunction Probable cause Corrective action

Failure to fire Failure to feed Repair magazine tube (28, fig. B-2).
If unserviceable, turn in weapon for
replacement.
Short or broken firing pin ~. Replace (2, fig. B-4).
Foreign matter in firing pin aper- Zlean aperture in bolt and bolt slide
ture in bolt. (8, 9, fig. B-4).
Broken hammer Replace (13, fig. B-3).
Bent or damaged helical torsion Replace (12, fig. B-3).
spring (hammer).
Burred or broken trigger spring Remove burs or replace sear bracket
assembly (9, fig. B-3).
N&u. l’rirrter aw%w is H c o m p o n e n t o f
saw bracket assembly.
Broken sear Replace sear bracket assembly (9, fig.
B-3).
Broken triggei Replace (16, fig. B-3).
Foreign matter in sear notch of Glean sear notch on hammer (table
hammer. 3-3 and 13, fig. B-3).
Burred trigger guard or foreign Repair t.rigger guard or clean safety
mat in safety well. well (18, fig. B-3 and table 3-3).
Damaged disconnector assembly or Replace, 7, 8, fig. B-3).
helical torsion spring (discon-
nector).

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Table 4-e. Troubleshootirlg-Continued

Malfunction Probable cause corrective action

Failure to extract or eject Worn, burred or broken extractor Replace (7, fig. B-4).
Bent or broken helical compression Replace (6, fig. B-4).
spring (extractor).
Burred or bent ejector Repair or replace (24, fig. B-2).
Failure to load or feed Broken or bent carrier assembly Replace (4, fig. B-3).
Corroded magazine follower Clean (table 3-3) or replace magazine
follower (27, fig. B-2).
D a m a g e d m a g a z i n e t u b e _ Turn in weapon for replacement.
Broken or kinked helical compres- Replace (26, fig. B-2).
sion spring (magazine).
Foreign matter in magazine tube Clean magazine tube (28, fig. B-2).
D o u b l e feeding _ _. _ ~. _ Burred or broken LH or RH slide Replace (2, 3, fig. B-3).
arm supports.
Note. Cartridge Stop and cut off are eom-
wnents of above items.
Foreign matter under LH and RH Clean (table 3-3) (2, 3, fig. B-3).
slide arm supports.
Failure to function correctly Damaged disconnector assembly _ Replace (7, fig, B-3).
Burs or foreign matter in bolt Repair (8, 9, fig. B-4) or clean (table
slide and bolt. 3-3).
Broken or bent disconnector or heli- Replace (7, 8, fig. B-3).
cal torsion spring (disconnector).
Burred or bent slide arms Repair or replace slide arm extension
(21, fig. B-2).
Notr. Slide arms are components of slide
a r m cstenrion rcswmbly.
Broken or burred cam pin Repair or replace (4, fig. B-4).
Weak or damaged firing pin Replace (2, fig. B-4).
Safety sticks ~. ’ Repair (14, fig. B-3).
Burred safety _ _. _ Repair (14, fig. B-3).
Damaged hammer housing Replace (17, fig. B-3).

Section III. INSPECTION

4-5. General
Refer to TB 9-1000-247-35.

AGO 20027A
CHAPTER 5

REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS

Section I. GENERAL MAINTENANCE

5-1. General (1) Parts will be replaced, when unservice-


able.
This section provides instructions on general
maintenance procedures. (2) If screws and washer are damaged,
they will be replaced.
5-2. General Repair Methods (3) All springs should be replaced if they
are broken, deformed, fail to function properly,
a. Disassembly and Assembly Procedures. or fail to meet specific requirements.
(1) In disassembling the shotgun, remove
the major groups and assemblies whenever 5-3. Cleaning and lubrication
possible. Refer to figure B-2 and paragraph a. Cleaning. Refer to figures 5-14 thru 5-16.
l-3b. Groups and assemblies may be disas-
sembled, as necessary, into individual parts. b. Lubrication. Prior to assembly of major
groups and assemblies, all components will be
(2) Complete disassembly of a unit is not lubricated in accordance with table 3-3.
always necessary in order to make a required
repair or replacement. Good judgment should 54. Finished Surfaces
be exercised to keep disassembly and assembly
a. All metal surfaces subjected to wear and
operations to a minimum.
abrasions and which reflect light or will be
(3) During assembly, assemblies and subject to rust or erosion, will be treated with
groups should be assembled first, then installed black lacquer.
to form a complete unit. Lubricate frictional
b. All surfaces must be clean and dry prior
(sliding) surfaces before assembly.
to spraying. Allow two hours for lacquer to
b. Replacement of Parts. dry.

Section II. MAINTENANCE OF SHOTGUN

S-5. Specific
Refer to table 5- 1.

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Table 5-1. Guide to Maintenance Function of Shotgun
M
Item Removal/installatiin Diussembly/awembly Cleaning, inspection and repair
8

s Iota All pins should be removed from left Refer to figures 5-14 thru 5-16 for
to right installed right to left when appli-
cleaning instructions.
cable.

Gun shoulder stock group Figure 5-l ~.~. __ Figure B - 2 _.__ _.____.. . . . ..__... Repair (para 5-2)
Magazine cap ~~. ~. Figure 3 - l Figure B - 2 __________..__ . . . .._... Repair (para 62)
Barrel and bayonet band assembly %gure3-1 _~.~__...__ Figures 3 - 2 a n d 5 - 2 _. . . _. _. - Repair (para 5-2)
Trigger guard group ~. ?igures 5-3 and B-2 _ Figures 5-7, 5-8, and 5-9 ___.. ----. Repair (para 5-2)
l&e. To uraemble disconnector s p r i n g , t u r n Vote.
If new trigger assembly is installed, it
spring upright so tail of spring is engaged must be adjusted to fit as follows:
in its proper position in trigger guard pin
hole slot. Turn disconnector to upright
a. With the safety in safe position and
.rigger pulled, check the trigger thmugb trig-
position and slide front of spring under
!er stop pin hole with 0.252040005 diameter
ledge on disconnector. Compress front of
,in.
disconnector downward until disconnector
button is in line with slot in trigger guard. b. With the safety in safe position and trig-
Hold in this position and push inward until rer pulled, adjust trigger adjustment screw
disconnector pin engages hole in opposite Nithin 0.003-0.005 of sear. Break off end of
side of sear bracket and hammer housinrr. screw end apply s e a l i n g c o m p o u n d .

Fore end group Figure 5-4 ~~ .~~..~_.~~~.~. .~~ Figure 5-10 ___..___.._ . . . .._._... Repair (para 5-2)
b’ote. When barrel and bayonet band assen
bly have been removed do not slam th
fore end forward or pull the triage]
allowing hammer to fall. This may jaz
the action, making necessary the remow
of trigger guard end the recocking of th
hammer by hand.

Breech bolt group .~~ Figure 5-4 ._~_. ..~..~.~.. Figure 5-11,5-12 _____ ___..~..... Repair (para 5-2)
Receiver and magazine group Figures 5-5, 5-6 and 5-13 . . _. _ _
Vote. When breech bolt group is removed, the
ejector will fall free of the support pin in
the receiver.
CAUTION: IF SCREWDRIVER IS USED, CARE MUST
BE TAKEN TO INSURE THAT SCREWDRIVER IS IN
SLOT IN BOLT AND NOT BETWEEN HEAD OF BOLT
AND WALL 06 STOCK. IF PRESSURE IS APPLIED
TO SCREWDRIVER WHEN IN LATTER POSITION,
IT WILL BREAK GUT THE WALL OF THE STOCK.

special permission
ight owner, Olin

Winchester - Western Division, -


New Haven, Conn.

SCREW

REMOVE/INSTALL BUTT PLATE SCREWS AND BUTT PLATE. R EMOVE/INSTALL MACHINE BOLT AND LOCK WASHER.

Reprinted by special permission of the copyright


owner, Olin Mothieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Conn.

REMOVE/INSTALL STOCK WITH SWNEL ASSEMBLY. REMOVE/INSTALL SCREWS AND SWIVEL ASSEMBLY.

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Figure 5-l. Removal/installation of gun shoulder stock.

20 A G O 20027A
REMOVE COUNTER-
C LOCKWISE.
INSTALL CLOCKWISE.

Figure 5-2. Removal/installation of front sight.

Reprinted by special permission of the copyright NOTE. INSTALL TRIGGER GUARD GROUP TO
owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win- PFCFIGFR RY
,.C__.
INSERTING FRONT FND OF RIGHT
_.. _
. _. _ _

chester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm. AND LEFT HAND SLIDE ARM SUPPORTS INTO
SLOTS AT FRONT END OF RECEIVER PUSHING
REAR END OF GUARD GROUP DOWN UNTIL
PROPERLY SEATED (DO NOT FORCE).

-._.,,. -.__._
THE HAMMER SPRING MUST
FIT IN RETAINING NOTCH
OF SAFETY.
-dr
REMOVE TRIGGER GUARD INSTALL TRIGGER GUARD REMOVE/INSTALL TRIGGER GUARD GROUP.
PIN. PIN.

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Figure 5-3. Removal/installation of trigger guard


group.

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REMOVE SLID’ ARM BRIDGE RETAINING SCREW. REMOVE FORE END AND BREECH BOLT GROUPS.

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owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.

FORE END
GROUP

SEPARATE BREECH BOLT GROUP FROM FORE END GROUP.


WE 60060

Figure T-4. Removal/insta~lation of fore evd and b,cech bolt groups.

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owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Cow.

Figarc 5-5. RC~OUC e.iccto)..

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Reprinted by special permission of. the copyright
owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.

INSTALL SLIDE ARM RETAINING SCREW.

LOCATION OF EJECTOR AND EJECTOR SUPPOR


PIN. BREECH BOLT OMITTED FOR CLARITY. -_- -

SEAT EJECTOR ON EJECTOR SUPPORT PIN.

PLACE EJECTOR BETWEEN BOLT SLIDE AND BREECH BOLT GROUP.


FRONT END OF LEFT SIDE OF RECEIVER.
‘\
\$

FORE END GROUP

INSTALL BREECH BOLT AND FORE END GROUPS AND EJECTOR INSTALL BREECH B O L T
IN RECEIVER. GROUP ON FORE END G R O U P .

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F i g u r e 5-6. Install breech bolt group, ejector and slide arm bridge retaining screw.

23
REMOVE/l NSTALL TRIGGER STOP PIN SCREW. REMOVE/INSTALL LEFT HAND SLIDE ARM SUPPORT.

CAUTION: THE CARRIER PIN IS A COMPONENT OF RH SLIDE


ARM SUPPORT. WHEN REMOVING SUPPORT, PLACE THUMB
OR FINGER OVER CARRIER ASSEMBLY TO PREVENT LOSS OF
CARRIER PLUNGER AND SPRING WHEN THE PIN IS REMOVED.

CARRIER ASSEMBLY
S U P P O R T - *

REMOVE/INSTALL CARRIER ASSEMBLY, CARRIER PAWL


REMOVE/INSTALL RIGHT HAND SLIDE ARM SUPPORT. PLUNGER AND HELICAL COMPRESSION SPRING (CARRIER).

\
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\\ owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win-
Chester - Western Division, New Haven, Coon.
,,c--.

1. PUSH SAFETY TO “OFF”


(UNLOCKED) POSITION.
2. PULL TRIGGER.

NOTE: HOLD HAMMER WITH


THUMB AND SLOWLY RELEASE
SPRING PRESSURE WHEN -
TRIGGER IS PULLED.

RELEASE HAMMER.
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Figure 5-7. LXsassembly/asscmbly of trigger guard group (1 of 3).


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24
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owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win- _._4+
SPRING _ DISCONNECTOR
Chester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.
ASSEMBLY
NOTE: THE RETAINING PIN
FOR SEAR BRACKET ASSEMBLY
’ IS A COMPONENT OF DIS-
CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY. PLACE
THUMB OR FINGER OVER SEAR I
BRACKET AS IT IS UNDER
PRESSURE OF TRIGGER SPRING.
I
,/
/’
i ,,’

L I N E SHOWS PROPER
POSITION OF DISCONNECTOR
SPRING AT ASSEMBLY.
REMOVE/INSTALL DISCONNECTOR ASSEMBLY AND
LOCATION OF DISCONNECTOR AND SPRING. HELICAL TORSION SPRING (DISCONNECTOR).

REMOVE/INSTALL SEAR BRACKET ASSEMBLY. REMOVE/INSTALL HAMMER PIN.

NOTE: WHEN ASSEMBLING HAMMER


PIN, HAMMER SPRING SUPPORTS AND
HAMMER, NOTE THAT THESE
COMPONENTS EACH CONTAIN A
FLAT CUT, AND MUST BE IN PROPER
ALINEMENT WITH HAMMER HOUSING
AT TIME OF ASSEMBLY.

DO NOT DRIVE HAMMER PIN FLUSH


WITH THE HOUSING. IT MUST
PROTRUDE APPROXIMATELY l/R INCH
TO ALLOW PROPER FUNCTIONING OF
DISCONNECTOR.

REMOVE/INSTALL HAMMER GROUP.

F i g u r e 5 - 8 . Disassembl?J/nssemblU of tliggw gunwl g,‘oup (2 of 3).

25
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NOTE: TO INSTALL PRESS SUPPORTS owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win
IN WITH THUMB AND FINGER Chester - Western Division, New Haven, Con

THIN-BLADED

REMOVE/l NSTALL HAMMER SPRING SUPPORTS. SEPARATE/ASSEMBLE HAMMER AND HELICAL TORSION
SPRING.

NOTE: REMOVE FROM RIGHT 1


LEFT AS ONE END OF PIN IS
SERRATED WITH LIGHT TAPER.
REMOVE/l NSTALL SAFETY REMOVE/INSTALL TRIGGER PIN.

ER HOUSING

TRIGGER GUARD

“I
b-- PIN
NOTE: IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO USE- SOtiE FORCE
WHEN REMOVING HOUSING. PULL UP AND OUT
FROM TRIGGER GUARD. DO NOT PRY.
REMOVE/INSTALL TRIGGER.
REMOVE/INSTALL HAMMER HOUSING.
WE 60068

Figure 5-9. Disassembly/assembly of trigger guard group (3 of 9).

26 AGO 20021A
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owner, Olin Mothieson Chemical Corp., Win-
r - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.

DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

REMOVE/INSTALL SLIDE ARM CAP. REMOVE/INSTALL FORE END.


WE 60062

Figure 5-10. Disassembly/assembly of jo,re end group.

27
MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE TAB OF THE BRIDGE DROPS
DOWN BETWEEN THE FLANGE AND THE HEAD OF
FIRING PIN TO RETAIN IT IN PLACk.
CAUTION: HOLD
THUMB OVER FIRING
PIN TO PREVENT PIN
AND SPRING FROM
BEING LOST UNTIL
BRIDGE IS REMOVED
OR INSTALLED.

INSTALLATION:

TAB

SLIDE ARM BRIDGE INSTALLED. REMOVE/INSTALL SLIDE ARM BRIDGE.

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owner, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Conn. PIN .“_’

REMOVE FIRING PIN AND SPRING. REMOVE CAM PIN.

CAUTION: AFTER CAM PIN HAS


\ BEEN REMOVED. PLACE THUMB
OR FINGER OVkR THE REAR
END OF THE BREECH BOLT
BEFORE REMOVING PUNCH.
FIRIN G PIN COLLAR AND BREECH
s EXTRACTOR SPRING ARE BOLT
UNDER PRESSURE AND WILL
FLY OUT IF NOT PROTECTED.

& EXTRkCTOR

FIRING
PIN
COLLAR

RETAINING FIRING PIN COLLAR AND EXTRACTOR SPRING REMOVE FIRING PIN COLLAR, HELICAL COMPRESSION
DURING REMOVAL OF BREECH BOLT COMPONENTS. SPRING, EXTRACTOR AND BREECH BOLT.
WE 60063

Figure 5-11. Diaassembl~/asscmbly of breech bolt group (1 of 2).

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28
INSTALL HELICAL COMPRESSION
SPRING ON FIRING PIN. INSERT
SPRING AND PIN IN BREECH BOLT
FROM REAR, MAKING CERTAIN
THAT FIRING PIN PASSES THRU
-HOLE IN CAM PIN. COMPRESS
FIRING PIN. \

INSTALL FIRING PIN AND HELICAL COMPRESSION SEAT CAM PIN.


SPRING (FIRING PIN).

NOTE: ALINE CAM SLOT WITH CAM PIN HOLE IN THE


BOLT BY LIFTING BOLT SLIDE SLIGHTLY. START END OF
CAM PIN NEAREST FIRING PIN HOLE INTO THE BOLT.
THE HOLE IN CAM PIN MUST BE IN LINE WITH THE LONG
AXIS OF BOLT. USING DRIFT PIN OR (IMPROVISED) CAM CAM PIN
PIN ASSEMBLY TOOL, PUSH FIRING PIN COLLAR DOWN ASSEMBLY
TO COMPRESS THE HELICAL COMPRESSION SPRING.
CAUTION: DO NOT HAVE YOUR FACE IN LINE WITH
BACK END OF BOLT DURING THIS OPERATION. PUSH
CAM PIN IN AS FAR AS IT WILL GO. AT THIS POINT
COLLAR MAY PREVENT PIN FROM SEATING FULLY. IF
NECESSARY, USE A SMALL ROD OR SCREWDRIVER TO
DEPRESS THE UPPER EDGE OF COLLAR WHILE SEATING
CAM PIN.
BOLT SHOULD BE BOTTOM SIDE UP WITH EXTRACTOR ON
RIGHT HAND SIDE. LOOKING THRU BOLT FROM REAR,
CLEAR PASSAGE FOR FIRING PIN SHOULD BE VISIBLE.

INSTALL CAM PIN.

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owner, O’in Mothieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Corm.

BREECH BOLT

EXTRACTOR

INSTALL BREECH BOLT. INSTALL EXTRACTOR, SPRING AND COLLAR.

of 2).
Figzwe 5-M Disaeeembly/assembl~ of breech bolt group (2
29
CAUTION: WHEN REMOVING \

MAGAZINE SPRING FROM

-.
\
PLUG

\ “? I/
REMOVE MAGAZINE PLUG. INSTALL MAGAZINE PLUG.

Reprinted by special permission of the copyright owner, Olin Mothieson


Chemical Corp., Winchester - Western Division, .N Haven, Corm .
MAGAZINE
1
E
t

NOTE: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE


MAGAZINE FROM RECEIVER AS THIS
IS A FACTORY ASSEMBLY OPERATION
ONLY.
PLUG

R E M O V E / I N S T A L L P L U G A N D H E L IC AL COMPRESSION SP R I N G (M AG A Z I N E) .

FOLLOWER ,,

REMOVE

REMOVE/INSTALL MAGAZINE FOLLOWER.

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Figure 5-13. Disasscmbl~/assembl~ o f mccgazitle.


30 XGO 20027A
the copyright
Reprinted by special permission of

A - CLEANING MAGAZINE TUBE.

B - CLEANING BARREL.

C - CLEANING SLIDE ARM EXTENSION. WE 60071

31

,\c,o ?n027A
BRUSH I
RECEIVER

A _ LUBRICATING RECEIVER AND MAGAZINE TUBE*

B _ LUBRICATING SLIDE ARM EXTENSION.


\
‘> >
BAND
ASSEMBLY

C _ L(,BR\CAT]NG BARREL AND BAYONET BAND ASSEMBLY.


h

,
..^ . rnr\,,D*

E - LU B RICATING Tr
tIGGER GUAKU Vnuu’- WE 60070
_^^,,n
:H BOLT GKUur.
D _ LUB RICATING BREEC

Lubricating instructic”s* Aa 20021


Figure 5-I 5.

32
NOTE: RURUNSEED
OIL IN WOOD TO
TREAT STOCK.

A. STOCK WITH SWIVEL ASSEMBLY. B. FORE END.

WE 60072

Figure 5-16. Cleuniug and treating wooden components.

5-6. Functioning with Once-Fired Empty will be handfunctioned, using five once-fired
Rounds empty rounds. Shotguns which fail in above-
noted test will be corrected by replacement of
Shotguns authorized to be repaired in the field defective parts.

33
CHAPTER 6

MATERIAL USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH MAJOR ITEM

b. Sling, Ml. (fig. B-l) It hooks on the gun


6- 1. General
shoulder stock swivel and adapter swivel of
This chapter contains information on materiel bayonet band assembly and aids the operator
used with the major item. in carrying and firing the weapon.
6-2. Description c. ScaBbard, Bayonet, M1.917. (fig. B-l) It is
a. Bayonet, Ml91 7’. (fig. B-l) It is used for used to carry the bayonet Ml917 when not
close contact, guarding of prisoners and riot being used on the shotgun.
duty. It can also be used as a general utility
knife. It has a cutting edge of 14.81 inches at 6-3. Removal/Installation
the bottom running from the point. The handle a. Buyovet, M1917. Refer to figure 6-l.
fits comfortably and has a knurled surface for
a firm grip. b. Sling, Ml. Refer to figure 6-2.

Figure F-l. Remove/install bayonet, B1917.

6 - 4 . Disa&embly/Assembly 6-5. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair


None authorized. a. Cleaning.
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34
ponents if required. Lubricate with general
purpose lubricating oil.
b. Irspection.
(1) Bayonet, M1917.
(a) Should fit shotgun properly and
latch securely.
(b) If blade tip or grips are broken,
replace.
(c) Blade should be free of nicks,
turned edges, rust and corrosion.
(2) Sling, .Ml.
y.J
_J
-./STEP I. REMOVE SLING FROM
SWIVEL ON BAYONET BAND
ASSEMBLY.
(a) Inspect for required components
such as hooks, fasteners, etc.
STEP 2. REMOVE SLING FROM
STOCK SWIVEL ASSEMBLY.
(b) Check for cuts or other damage
TO INSTALL: REVERSE PROCEDURE.
which will reduce strength or protective
WE 60075
qualities.
(c) Examine corners, seams and edges
closely.
Figure 6-2. Remove/install sling.
(3) Scabb~ard, Bayonet, M1917.
(a) Metal parts should be dark. Re-
(1) Bayonet M1917. Remove grease, oil, paint if required).
and dirt with carbon removing compound (P- (b) Spring should hold bayonet when
C-111). Lubricate with general purpose lubri- inserted in scabbard.
cating oil (PL special). (c) Loops or hooks for attaching to belt
(2) Sling, ,441. Clean with dry cleaning should not be damaged. They will be securely
solvent (SD), using cloth or bristle brush. fastened to the metal top plate.

(3) Scabba(rd, Ml917. Clean metal parts c. Repair. Replace bayonet, M1917, Sling,
with carbon removing compound.’ The same Ml, Scabbard, Bayonet, Ml917 or cleaning rod
compound can be used to clean plastic com- (wooden) if unserviceable.

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CHAPTER 7

AMMUNITION

7- 1. General Reprinted by special permission of the copyright


The ammunition (fig. 7-1) for the shotgun is owner, Olin Mothieson Chemical Corp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Conn.
classified as small arms ammunition and is
issued in the form of a complete round. The 2.3 IN. APPROX.
cartridge consists of the lead pellets (00 buck- t- I
shot), cartridge case (which is water proofed),
wadding, propellant powder and primer neces-
sary to fire the weapon. For additional infor-
mation, refer to SC 1305/30-IL and TM
9-1305-200.
BRASS PLA3TIC

7-2. FunctioningTest
Function fire shotgun with once-fired empty LOADED WiTH SMOKELESS POWER
AND NO. 00 BUCKSHOT. WE 60158
rounds (para 5-6).
Note. The empty round should be weighted to ap-
proximately the same weight as a “live” round.

7-3. Malfunctions Involving Figure 7-l. l&gage shotgun cartridge.


Ammunition and Explosives
Refer to TM 9-1300-206.

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36
CHAPTER 8

FINAL INSPECTION

8-1. lnrpectionProcedures
Refer to table 8-l.

Table 8-l. Final Inspection

Point or item Method of


ot rs3pectlon inspection Acceptable condition

Shotgun _..__..._ ___ _..___. ._.- -.-- Visual CornpIke and serviceable weapon.
Exposed surfaces Visual Dull finish (phosphate). Free of scratches
(metal). and abrasions.
Exposed surfaces Visual Smooth finish (linseed oil). Free of cracks,
(wood). chips and gouges.
Trigger pull prigger Functional 3.5 lb minimum to 8.0 lb maximum.
Gun shoulder stock _ _ ..__ ___.__ Visual Must fit mating surfaces of receiver.
group.
Butt plate Visual . __ Must be secured to stock. Mounting holes
must not be stripped. Scratches and small
gouges are acceptable.
swivel assembly Visual Must be free swinging and properly secured
to stock.
Barrel Bore and chamber Visual Must be free of powder residue, bulges,
cracks, and deep pits.
Bayonet band :uard and adapter Visual Hand guard must be firmly secured to
assembly. adapter. Locking lug of adapter must be
free of burs. Swivel must be free swing-
ing. Front sight must not be loose or
protrude through adapter.
Trigger guard group _ __ - __- _ Visual Will not bind or fit loosely in receiver.
lafety _. Functional Must function properly in “ON” and “OFF”
positions without binding and provide a
positive stop.
‘rigger guard Visual Will not be cracked or damaged which will
impair movement of trigger and safety.
‘rigger “unctional Zock and pull trigger. Any evidence of
creep must be removed.
:arrier assembly ?unctional ‘ Must function up and down freely.
,eft and right hand Visual Will not have burs or be bent.
slide arms
supports.
Functional Hand function weapon with five empty
rounds to insure that shell stop and cart-
ridge cutoff function properly.
Fore end group Visual Will not have cracks or other damage. Must
fbnction freely with receiver and maga-
zine group and slide arm extension.

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Table 8-1. Final Inspection-Continued

Component Point or it& Method of


or assembly of inspection inspection Acceptable condition

Breech bolt group _ Visual Must be secured to slide arm supports.


__.. ..____.
Firing pin hole . ~. Visual __....______.
Must be free of residue and corrosion.
Extractor _ _ __ Visual ____
Free of bure, hand spring tension and the
hook will not be cracked or mutilated.
Extractor spring Visual _ _ _ _. _ Press on extractor, with thumb, to see if
spring is providing proper tension. Must
not be weak.
Magazine ._ .___ Magazine tube Visual Must be secured to receiver.
Magazine plug, Must be free of burs, dents, bulges and
follower. rust. Follower must slide easily into mag-
azine tube.
Magazine cap Must be secured to magazine tube.
Receiver group Visual .._________._ Will be free of burs, dents, and bulges on
all operating surfaces.
Ejector Functional or visual Will be free of burs and not bent. Should
eject empty cartridges.
Ejector support pin Functional or visual Will be free of burs and not broken or
bent.

8-2. Functioning and Firing Teats b. Upon completion of firing, shotguns will
be properly cleaned and lubricated (para 3-4).
a. Shotguns will be hand functioned in
accordance with paragraph 5-6 and fired on a
firing range or a provisional range using five 8-3. Completion of Inspection
“live” cartridges. Shotguns which fail to meet When shotgun has been restored to a ser-
the functioning and firing tests are to be viceable condition, and inspected to certify
corrected by the replacement of defective serviceability, it will be returned to the user
components. or to stock.

38 AGO 20W7A
CHAPTER 9

ADMINISTRATIVE STORAGE AND DEMOLITION OF


MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE

%l. Administrative Storage tion. The reporting of the destruction of


equipment is to be done through command
Refer to TM 740-90-l.
channels.
9-2. Demolition of -Materiel To Prevent b. Priorities for destruction of parts and
Enemy Use equipment are :
a. Destruction of the shotgun when subject Receiver and magazine group
to capture or abandonment in the combat zone, Barrel assembly and bayonet band assemb-
will be undertaken only when, in the judgment lY
of the Commander concerned, such action is Breech bolt group
necessary. The authority for ordering the de-
Trigger guard group
struction of equipment is vested in divisional
or higher commanders when the situation re- c. The same priority for destruction of com-
quires. If destruction is resorted to, the ponent parts of a major item necessary to
equipment must be so badly damaged that it render that item inoperable must be given to
cannot be restored to a usable condition in the the destruction of similar components in spare
combat zone either by repair or cannibaliza- parts storage areas.

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APPENDIX A

REFERENCES

_
A-l. Publication Indexes
The following indexes should be consulted frequently for the latest changes or revision of ref-
erences given in this appendix and for new publications relating to material covered in this manual.
Index of Administrative Publications DA Pam 310-l
Index of Army Films, Transparencies, GTA Charts, and Recordings DA Pam 108-l
Index of Blank Forms __ _ _ __ _ ~. . _ DA Pam 310-2
Index of Doctrinal, Training, and Organizational Publications DA Pam 310-3
Index of Graphic Training Aids and Devices __ . . . _ __ . DA Pam 310-5
Index of Supply Catalogs and Supply Manuals (Excluding Types
7, 8and 9) ________________~________~ ~______.._____.____.. .-DA Pam 310-6
Index of Technical Manuals, Technical Bulletins, Supply Manuals,
(Types 7, 8 and 9) Supply Bulletins, and Lubrication Orders DA Pam 310-4

A-2. Supply Catalogs


Sets, Kits and Outfits ComponentsLists,’ Tool Set, Direct and Gen-
eral Support .Maintenance, Basic Small Arms _ _ _ . _SC 4933-95-CGE04
Ammunition and Explosives . . _ __ __ SC 1305/30-IL

A-3. Forms
The following forms pertain to this material.
DA Form 2028, Recommended Changes to DA Technical Manual,
Parts Lists or Supply Manual 7, 8 and 9
DA Form 2407, Maintenance Request

A4 Other Publications
The following explanatory publications pertain to this materiel.
a. Ammunition.
Care, Handling, Preservation and Destruction of Equipment TM 9-1300-206
Small Arms Ammunition . _ . _ __ _ TM 9-1305-200
b. Cleaning.
Cleaning of Ordnance Materiel . _ _ __ . ~. . . . TM 9-208-l
Materials Used for Cleaning, Preserving, Abrading, and Cement-
ing Ordnance Materiel and Related Materials Including Chemicals TM 9-24’7
c. Impection.
Small Arms Weapons: Standards for Visual Inspection of Barrels TB ORD 437
AC0 2OiK!7r\
40
Standards for Oversea Shipment or Domestic Issue of Small Arms,
Aircraft Armament, Towed Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles,
Rocket Launchers and Associated Fire Equipment _ . _ . _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ TB 9-1000-24’7-35
d. Issue of Supplies and Equipment.
The Army Equipment Record Procedures _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ . _ __ . . _ . . TM 38-750

e. Logistics.
Operation and Maintenance of Army Materiel in Extreme Cold
Weather 0” to -66” __________._____.._______.___________________TM 9-207
f. Storage.
Administrative Storage of Equipment _ _ _ __ __ _ _ TM 740-90-l
APPENDIX 6

COMBINED ORGANIZATIONAL, DIRECT SUPPORT AND GENERAL


SUPPORT REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST

Section I. INTRODUCTION

B-l. Scope support level in figure and item number


sequence.
This appendix lists basic issue items, repair
parts and special tools required for the per- g. Special Tools, Test and Support Equip-
formance of organizational, direct support and ment-section VZZ. A list of special tools, test
general support maintenance of the Winchester and support equipment authorized for the per-
Shotgun, Model 1200. formance of maintenance at the direct support
and general support level.
B-2. General
h. Federal Stock Number and Reference
This Basic Issue Items, Repair Parts, and Number Index-Section VIII. A list of Federal
Special Tools List is divided into, the following stock numbers in ascending numerical sequence,
sections : followed by a list of reference numbers appear-
ing in all the listings, in ascending alpha-
a. Basic Issue Items-Section II. A list of
numeric sequence, crossreferenced to the
items which accompany the shotgun and are
illustration figure number and item numbey
required by the operator/crew for installation,
operation, or maintenance.
B-3. Explanation of Columns
b. Maintenance and Operating Supplies- The following provides an explanation of
Section III. A listing of maintenance and columns in the tabular lists in sections II
operating supplies required for initial opera- through VII.
tion.
a. Source, Mainteruwwe, and Recoverability
c. Prescribed Load Allowance (PLA). Not Codes (SMR) .
applicable. (1) Source Code. Indicates the selection
status and source for the listed item. Source
d. Repair Parts-Section IV. A list of re- codes used are:
pair parts authorized for the performance of
Code Ezplanation
maintenance at the organizational level in P Repair parts which are stocked in or supplied
figure and item number sequence. from the GSA/DSA, or Army supply system,
and authorized for use at indicated maintenance
e. Special Tools, Test and Support Equip- categories.
ment-Se&m V. A list of special tools, test M Repair parts which are not procured or stocked
and support equipment authorized for the per- but are manufactured at indicated maintenance
formance of maintenance at the organizational categories.
A Assemblies which are not procured or stocked
level.
as such but are made up of two or more units,
each of which carry individual FSNs and de-
f. Repair Parts-Section VI. A list of re-
scriptions and are procured and stocked and
pair parts authorized for the performance of can be assembled by units at indicated main-
maintenance at the direct support and general tenance categories.

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42
Code 6. Federal Stock Number. Indicates the
X Parts and assemblies which are not procured or
stocked; the mortality of which is normally
Federal stock number assigned to the item and
below that of the applicable end item; and the will be used for requisitioning purposes.
failure of which should result in retirement
c. Description. Indicates the Federal item
of the end item from the supply system.
Xl Repair parts which are not procured or stocked, and a brief description of the item. The
the requirements for which will be supplied abbreviation “w/e” when used as a part of the
by use of next higher assembly or component. nomenclature, indicates the Federal stock
x2 Repair parts which are not stocked. The indi- number includes all armament, equipment,
cated maintenance category requiring such re-
accessories, and repair parts issued with the
pair parts will attempt to obtain through can-
nibalization ; if not obtainable through canni- item. A part number or other reference number
balization, such repair parts will be requisitioned is followed by the applicable five-digit Federal
with supporting justification through normal supply code for manufacturers in parentheses.
supply channels. Repair parts quantities included in the kits,
C Repair parts authorized for local procurement.
sets, and assemblies are shown in front of the
When not obtainable from local procurement,
such repair parts will be requisitioned through repair part name.
normal supply channels with a supporting state-
d. Unit of Mea-sure (U/M). A 2 character
ment of nonavailability from local procurement.
G Major assemblies that are procured with PEMA alphabetic abbreviation indicating the amount
funds for initial issue only to be used as ex- or quantity of the item upon which the allow-
change assemblies at DSU and GSU level. These ances are based, e.g., ft, ea, pr, etc.
assemblies will not be stocked above DSU and
GSU level or returned to Depot supply level. e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit. Indicates
(‘2) Muinttmunce Code. Indicates the the quantity of the item used in the functional
group or assembly. A”V” appearing in this
lowest category of maintenance authorized to
column in lieu of a quantity indicates that a
install the item. The maintenance level codes
are : definite quantity cannot be indicated (e.g.
shims, spacers, etc) .
CO& Ezalonation
C Crew/Operator f. Quantity Furnished with Equipment.
0 Organizational Maintenance
Indicates the quantity of an item furnished
F Direct Support Maintenance
H General Support Maintenance with the equipment (BIIL only.
(3) Recoverability Code. Indicates whether g. Component Application. Identifies the
unserviceable items should be returned for re- component application of each maintenance or
covery or salvage. operating supply item (M&O supplies only).
code
R Repair parts and assemblies which are economi- h. Qmmtity Required for Initial Operation.
cally repairable at DSU and GSU activities and Indicates the quantity of each maintenance or
are normally furnished by supply on an ex- operating supply item required for initial
change basis.
operation of the equipment (M&O supplies
T High dollar value recoverable repair parts
which are subject to special handling and are only).
issued on an exchange basis. Such repair parts i. Qua&ity Required for 8 Hours Operatim.
are normally repaired or overhauled at depot
maintenance activities.
Indicates the estimated quantities required for
U Repair parts specifically selected for salvage an average 8 hours of operation (M&O supplies
by reclamation units because of precious metal only).
content, critical materials, high dollar value
reusable casings, etc. j. Notes. Indicates informative notes keyed
S Repair parts and assemblies which are economi- to data appearing in a preceding column (M&O
cally -repairable at DSU and GSU activities supplies only).
and normally. are furnished by supply on an
exchange basis. However, when these items are k. 15Daze Organizational Maintmance
determined to be uneconomically repairable by .Allowances.
a GSU they will be evacuated to a depot for
evaluation and analysis before final disposition.
(1) The allowance columns are divided in-
No Code Parts will be considered expendable. to four subcolumns. Indicated in each sub-
Indicated column opposite the first appearance of each

AC0 20027A
43
item is the total quantity of items authorized sequent appearances of the same item will have
for the number of equipments supported. Sub- the letters “RE” in. the applicable allowanc$
sequent appearances of the same item will have columns. Items authorized for use as required
the letters “RE” in the allowance columns. but not for initial stockage are identified with
Items authorized for use as required but not an asterisk in the allowance column.
for initial stockage are identified with an as- (2) The quantitative allowances for DS/GS
terisk in the allowance column. levels of maintenance will represent initial
(2) The quantitative allowances for stockage for a 30-day period for the number
organizational level of maintenance represents of equipments supported.
one initial prescribed load for a 15-day period (3) Determination of the total quantity of
for the number of equipments supported. Units parts required for maintenance of more than
and organizations authorized additional pre- 100 of these equipments can be accomplished
scribed loads will multiply the number of by converting the equipment quantity to a dec-
prescribed loads authorized by the quantity of imal factor by placing a decimal point before
repair parts reflected in the appropriate the next to last digit of the number to indicate
density column to obtain the total quantity hundredths, and multiplying the decimal
of repair parts authorized. factor by the parts quantity authorized in the
(3) Organizational units providing main- 51-100 allowance column. Example, authorized
tenance for more than 100 of these equipments allowance for 51-100 equipments is 40; for 150
shall determine the total quantity of parts re- equipments multiply 40 by 1.50 or 60 parts
quired by converting the equipment quantity required.
to a decimal factor by placing a decimal point
m. l-Year Allowarlces Per 100 Equipments/
before the next to last digit of the number to
Contingency Planning Pzcrposes. Indicates
indicate hundredths, and multiplying the dec-
opposite the first appearance of each item the
imal factor by the parts quantity authorized
total quantity required for distribution and
in the 51-100 allowance column. Example,
contingency planning purposes. The range of
authorized allowance for 51-100 equipments is
items indicates total quantities of all authorized
12; for 140 equipments multiply 12 by 1.40 or
items required to provide for adequate support
16.80 rounded off to 17 parts required.
of 100 equipments for one year.
(4) Subsequent changes to allowances will
TL.Illustration.
be limited as follows: No change in the range
of items is authorized. If additional items are (1) Figure Number. Indicates the figure
considered necessary, recommendation should number of the illustration in which the item
be forwarded to Commanding General, Head- is shown.
quarters, U.S. Army Weapons Command, (2) Item Number. Indicates the callout
ATTN : AMSWE-SMM-SA, Rock Island, number used to reference the item in .the
Illinois 61201 for exception or revision to the illustration.
allowance list. Revision to the range of item
authorized will be made by Headquarters, U.S. E-4. How to locate Repair Parts
Army Weapons Command based upon engineer-
ing experience and demand data, or TAERS a. When Federal stock number or reference
information. number is unknown:
(2) First. Using the table of contents
1. 30-Day DS/GS Maintenance Allowances. determine the functional group or subgroup,
Note. Allowances in GS column are for GS main- i.e., stock group, barrel and bayonet band as-
tenance only. sembly, breech bolt group within which the
(1) The allowance columns are divided repair part belongs. This is necessary because
into three subcolumns. Indicated in each sub- separate illustrations are prepared for func-
column, opposite the first appearance of each tional groups or subgroups and listings are
item, is the total quantity of items authorized divided into the same groups.
for the number of equipments supported. Sub- (2) Second. Find the illustration cover.

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Section IV. REPAIR PARTS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

***t**
(2) (3) (6) (7)
15 Day Ornanizational
Maint. Allowance Illustration
“ZY’
NO. Description CD)
il-100

II
REPAIR PARTS FOR:
EA 3 *
P 0 5305-930-5729 SCREW, BAYONET BAND:
6284554 (19205)
P 0 1005-939-7170 BAND ASSEMBLY, EA 1 *

BAYONET : 11686389
(19205)

Section V. SPECIAL TOOLS, TEST AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FOR


ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

T
1
(1) (3) (4) (6) (7)
source, 15 Day Organizational
Maint. and
Recov. code Description ud;”
Maint.. Allowance I Illustration

(b)
MCSS
E 3 FL (a)
‘is. no.
(b)
tern No.
dain
- - -
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
AUTHORIZED FOR UNIT
REPLACEMENT
1005-288-3565 SWAB, SMALL ARMS PG * * 2
CLEANING : COTTON,
21% SQ (iOO0 IN PKG)
5019316 (19204)
1005-630-1446 ROD, CLEANING, SMALL EA 0 * 2 B-l 1
ARMS: M9 6301446
(19204)
1005-654-4068 SLING, SMALL ARMS: Ml, EA * * 2 B-l 4
WEBBING 6544068
(19204)
1005-913-2602 BAYONET: Ml917 11686400 EA
* * 2 B-l
(19204)
1095-726-5706 SCABBARD, BAYONET: EA * * 2 B-l
Ml917 7265706 (19206)
- -

46 AGO 20027A
te
(1) (3) 4) (6) (7) (8) (9)
8 nit 1 Yr.
> SOUUX. >f Direct Support Ger Al*.
Maint. and eas I”,” SO-Day Maint.
AllOW~~Ct?
30 ‘er lO( Illustration
Ikcov. code Description Jnit hip/
- hltgcy
(8) (b) (A) z A) Plan- (8) (b)
source ‘hint.
- - -
l-20
-
i-50 -20
-
ig. no tern No.

REPAIR PARTS FOR:


IAJOR GROUPS, ASSEMBLIES AND ATTACHING
PARTS
A _~ GUN SHOULDER STOCK GROUP 1 B-2 1
P F 5305-621-0143 CREW, BUTT PLATE: PHILLIPS HD EA 2 * * 2 ii B-2 2
.2009112 (66118)
P F 1005-809-0721 ‘LATE, BUTT, SHOULDER: CA 1 * XI
2 24 B-2 3
1812-G-1390 (66118)
P F 5306-020-9913 %OLT, MACHINE : 5A 1 * ri; 2 24 B-2 . 4
.20014102 (66118)
P F 5310-017-8687 VASHER, LOCK: 5A 1 * 8 2 24 B-2 5
.20015102 (66118)
P F 1005-614-6873 SCREW, BUTT PLATE, SMALL: SLTD SA 2 * ti 2 24 B-2 6
i146873 (19205)
P F 1005-614-7721 SWIVEL ASSEMBLY, SLING: 1A 1 * * 2 24 B-2 7
i147721 (19205)
P F 1005-805-3367 STOCK, GUN, SHOULDER: EA 1 * * 2 24 B-2 8
120013102-D (66118)
P F 1005-805-3754 ZAP, MAGAZINE : EA 1 * 4
2 24 B-Z 9
120034102 (66118)
A BARREL AND BAYONET BAND ASSEMBLY 1 B-2 10
P 0 5305-930-5729 SCREW, BAYONET BAND: EA 3 * *
2 24 B-2 11
5284554 (19205)
P 0 1005-939-7170 BAND ASSEMBLY, BAYONET: EA 1 8 *
2 24 B-2 12
11686389 (19205) .

P F 1005-805-3267 SIGHT, FRONT : EA 1 + *


2 24 B-2 13
11686387 (19204)
P F 1005-805-4048 BARREL ASSEMBLY: EA 1 * 8
2 24 B-T 14
120041028 (66118)
P F 5315-017-8673 PIN, TRIGGER GUARD: EA 1 * x; 2 24 B-2 15
120066102 (66118)
A -- TRIGGER GUARD GROUP 1 .- __ B-i 16
P F 5305-021-0114 SCREW, RETAINING: SLIDE ARM BRIDGE EA 1 * * 2 24 B-2 17
12002514 (66118)
A FORE END GROUP 1 __ B-: 18
P F 1005-805-4246 CAP, SLFDE ARM EXTENSION: EA 1 * * 2 24 B-i 19

e 120054102 (66118)
t (1) (2) (3) (4) (6) (7) (8) (9)
1 Yr.
source. ‘Z Dir SUDDOrt SUDDOt’t Alw.
8%)
Maint. and dess I Maint. BYMaint. ‘er 10 Illustration
Recov. code
- “%F’
No.
Description ““; wllnce ow*nce Cquip,
:ntgq
(b) (A) PlUI- (a) (b)
taint l-20 nina ‘ig. nc: em No.
-

1005-805-3709 FORE END, GUN: EA 1 * 24 B-2 20


120029102-AC (66118)
1005-805-4257 EXTENSION, SLIDE ARM : EA 1 * 24 B-2 21
120055102-NS (66118)
BREECH BOLT GROUP _. 1 _. __ B-2 22
RECEIVER AND MAGAZINE GROUP 1 _. B-2 23
1005-805-3537 EJECTOR, CARTRIDGE : EA 1 h
24 B-2 24
120022102 (66118)
1005-805-4195 PLUG, MAGAZINE TUBE : EA 1 *
24 B-2 26
120044102 (66118)
1005-805-3409 SPRING, HELICAL COMPRESSION : MAGAZINI EA 1 8
24 B-2 26
120016212 (66118)
1005-805-3939 FOLLOWER, MAGAZINE : EA 1 *
24 B-2 27
120037102 (66118)
RECEIVER AND MAGAZINE TUBE: B-2 28

TRIGGER GUARD GROUP


5305-021-0411 SCREW, TRIGGER STOP PIN: EA 1 +
24 B-3 1
120062102 (66118) .
1005-805-4259 SUPPORT, LEFT HAND SLIDE ARM: EA 1 0
24 B-3 2
120057102 (66118)
1005-805-4284 SUPPORT, RIGHT HAND SLIDE ARM: EA 1 *
24 B-3 3
120059102 (66118)
1005-805-3425 CARRIER ASSEMBLY: EA 1 +
24 B-3 4
120017102 (66118)
1005-806-3440 PLUNGER, CARRIER PAWL: EA 1 *
24 B-3 5
120018102 (66118)
1005-805-3475 SPRING, HELICAL COMPRESSION : (CARRIE1 EA 1 9
24 B-3 6
PLUNGER)
120019102 (66118)
1005-805-3488 DISCONNECTOR, ASSEMBLY: EA 1 *
24 B-3 7
120020102 (66118)
1005-805-3489 SPRING, HELICAL TORSION : (DISCONNEC- EA 1 *
24 B-3 8
TOR)
120021102 (66118)
1005-805-4218 BRACKET -ItSSEMBLY, SEAR : EA 1 *
24 B-l 9
120050102 (66118)
1005-805-3744 PIN, HAMMER: EA 1 *
24 B-Z 10
120032102 (66118)
P F 1006-806-4066 SUPPORT, HAMMER SPRING: EA
%
b 120041270 (66118)
tcl
8
cs P F 1006-806-3746 SPRING, HELICAL TORSION (HAMMER) EA 24
; 120033102 (66118)

F 1006-806-3710 HAMMER, FIRING, SMALL ARMS: EA 24


120030102 (66118)

F 1006-806-4201 SAFETY, SMALL ARMS: EA 24


120049102-NS (66118)

F 6316-17-8672 PIN, TRIGGER : EA 24 16


120067102 (66118)

F 1006-806-4296 TRIGGER : EA 16
120061102 (66118)

P F 1006-806-3711 HOUSING, HAMMER: EA 24


120031102-NS (66118)

P F 1006-806-4291 GUARD, TRIGGER: EA 24 18


1%0063102-NS (66118)

I BREECH BOLT GROUP


I
24
1006-806-4244 BRIDGE, SLIDE ARM : EA
120063102 (66118)

1005-805-3632 PIN, FIRING: EA 24


120026lO2 (66118)

1006-806-3702 SPRING, HELICAL, COMPRESSION : (FIRING EA 24


PIN)
120028102 (66118)

1006-805-3382 PIN, CAM : EA 24


120016102 (66118)

1006-806-3686 COLLAR, FIRING PIN : EA 24


120027102 (66118)

1006-806-3602 SPRING, HELICAL, COMPRESSION : EA 24


(EXTRACTOR)
120026102 (66118)

P 1006-806-3666 EXTRACTOR, CARTRIDGE : EA 24


120024102 (66118)

P 1006-806-4306 BOLT, BREECH : EA 24


.12008102 (66118)

P 1006-806-3366 SLIDE, BREECH BOLT : EA 24


1200121W-A (66118)

P -
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Section VII. SPECIAL TOOLS, TEST AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT LIST

(1)
source,
Maint. and
(2)

I (3)
Unit
b&3
I
(4) (6)
Direct Support
30-Day Maint.
(1)
General support
SO-Day M&k
(8)
1 Yr.
Ah.
(9)

‘er 101 Illustration


Recov. code Fsz-%’
NO.
Description AllOW&lnCe Allowance
- %qguip,
htm
(A) A) (B) (C) Plan-
s2AeM%. BZL l-20 JBio 5EJo
_- -20 2140 L-100
-
* *
P 0 1006-288-3566 SWAB, SMALL ARMS, CLEANING: COTTON, PG * * 2 2 24
2% SQ (1000 IN PKG)
5019316 (19204)
6 *
P c 1005-630-1446ROD, CLEANING: M9 EA * c 2 2 24
6301446 (19204)
* 8
P c lQO&654-4068 SLING, SMALL ARMS: Ml, WEBBING EA * * 2 2 24
6544058 (19204)
c d
P c 1006-913-2602 BAYONET : Ml917 EA * * 2 2 24
11686400 (19204)
8 *
P c 1095-726-5706 SCABBiRD, BAYONET: Ml917 EA 41 8 2 2 24
7265706 (19205)
i
s
b
P F 1006-805-4066 WPPORT, HAMMER
120041270 (66118)
SPRING: EA 1 * + 24 B-3 11

g P F 1006-805-3’746 SPRING, HELICAL TORSION (HAMMER) EA 1 + rr 24 B-3 12


f 120033102 (66118)
P F 1006-806-3710 HAMMER, FIRING, SMALL ARMS: EA 1 4 t 24 B-3 13
120030102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-4201 SAFETY, SMALL ARMS: EA 1 1 * 24 B-3 14
120049102-NS (66118)
P F 5316-1’7-8672 PIN, TRIGGER: EA 1 + c 24 B-3 16
120067102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-4299 TRIGGER: EA 1 * *
24 B-3 16
120061102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3’711 HOUSING, HAMMER: EA 1 * 8 24 B-3 17
120031102-NS (66118)
P F 1005-805-4291 GUARD, TRIGGER: EA 1 * c 24 B-3 18
120063102-NS (66118)

BREECH BOLT GROUP

P F 1005-805-4244 BRIDGE, SLIDE ARM: EA 1 * + 24 B-4 1


120053102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3632 PIN, FIRING : EA 1 + c 24 B-4 2
120026102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3702 SPRING, HELICAL, COMPRESSION : (FIRING EA 1 + %?
24 B-4 3
PIN)
120028102 (66118)
P F 1006-806-3382 PIN, CAM: EA 1 + d
24 B-4 4
120016102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3686 COLLAR, FIRING PIN: EA 1 II *
24 B-4 5
120027102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3602 SPRING, HELICAL, COMPRESSION : EA 1 * 8
24 B-4 6
(EXTRACTOR)
120025102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3555 EXTRACTOR, CARTRIDGE: EA 1 * e 24 BA 7
120024102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-4306 BOLT, BREECH : EA 1 * 1;
24 B-d 8
.12008102 (66118)
P F 1005-805-3366 SLIDE, BREECH BOLT: EA 1 $ *
24 B-l 9
120012102-A (66118)
- - - - - -
%
Section VII. SPECIAL TOOLS, TEST AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT LIST

(1)
source.
(3)
E
I&
(6)
Direct Support General
(7)
Support
(8)
1 Yr.
Ah.
(9)

Msint. and 30-Day Maint. ‘er lO( Illustration


Recov. code Description l&t s0-D*y Maint.
AllOW~llCe
AllOWlIIlCe 1 : 4uipI
:ntgcu
IA) (B) (0 Plan- fb)
z
-20 !l-so l-100 ning em No.
- - - -
1006-288-3566 SWAB, SMALL ARMS, CLEANING: COTTON, PG _. * * 2 24
2% SQ (1000 IN PKG)
5019316 (19204)
1005-630-1446 ROD, CLEANING: M9 EA 24 B-l
6301446 (19204)
lQO6-664-4068 SLING, SMALL ARMS: Ml, WEBBING EA 24 B-l
6544058 (19204)
1006-913-2602 BAYONET : Ml917 EA 24 B-l
11686400 (19204)
1095-726-5706 SCABBA‘RD, BAYONET: Ml917 EA 24 B-l
7265706 (19205)
-
Reprinted by special peamission of the copyright owner Olin Mathieson
Chemical Corp.,
Winchester - Western Division, New ‘Haven, Corm.

l COMPONENT OF ITEM 22
+* INDICATES ARMY CONTROLLED ITEM.

WE 60054

Figure B-g. Maior gmac% mxwmwnbliea and attaching part&.


1

B ,

Tr
\-
\ __--
7 L__----- 3

Reprinted by special permission of the copyright


owner, Olin Mathiesan Chemical Carp., Win-
chester - Western Division, New Haven, Conn.

Figure B-9. Trigger guard group.

53
Reprhd by special permioion of the
Chemical Corp
. , Winchester - Western

Figure B-d. Breech bolt group,

54

AGO 2002iA
Section VIII INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER
CROSS-REFERENCE TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER

Stoeli Number F’igure No. ItemNo. Reference


No. Mfo Code Pig.No. ItemNo.
lOjI5-614-6873 B-2 6 8812-G-1390 66118 B-2 3
1005-614-7721 B-2 7 6146873 19205 B-2 6
1005-630-1446 B-l 1 6147721 19205 B-2 7
1005-654_4058 B-l 4 6284554 19205 B-2 11
1005-805-3267 B-2 13 6301446 19204 B-l 1
1005-805-3366 B-4 9 6544058 19204 B-l 4
1005-805-3367 B-2 8 7265706 19205 B-l 2
1005-805-3382 B-4 4 11686387 19204 B-2 13
1005-805-3409 B-2 26 11686389 19205 B-2 12
1005-805-3425 B-3 4 11686400 19204 B-l 3
1005-805-3440 B-3 6 12002514 66118 B-2 17
1005-805-3475 B-3 6 12OQ8102 66118 B-4 8
1005-805-3488 B-3 7 12009112 66118 B-2 2
1005-805-3489 B-3 8 120014102 66118 B-2 4
1005-805-3537 B-2 24 120015102 66118 B-2 5
1005-805-3555 B-4 7 120016102 66118 B-4 4
1005-805-3602 B-4 6 120016212 66118 B-2 26
1005-805-3632 B-4 2 120017102 66118 B-3 4
1005-805-3686 B-4 5 120018102 66118 B-3 5
1005-805-3702 B-4 3 120019102 66118 B-3 6
1005-305-3709 B-2 20 120020102 66118 B-3 7
1005-805-3710 B-3 13 120021102 66118 B-3 8
1005-805-3711 B-3 17 120022102 66118 B-2 24
1005-805-3744 B-3 10 120024102 66118 B-4 7
1005-805-3745 B-3 12 120025102 66118 B-4 6
1005-805-3754 B-2 9 120026102 66118 B-4 2
1005-805-3939 B-2 27 120027102 66118 B-4 5
1005-805-4048 B-2 14 120028102 66118 B-4 3
1005-805-4066 B-3 11 120030102 66118 B-3 13
1005-805-4195 B-2 25 120032102 66118 B-3 10
1005-805-4201 B-3 14 120033102 66118 B-3 12
1005-805-4218 B-3 9 120034102 66118 B-2 9
1005-805-4244 B-4 1 120037102 66118 B-2 27
1005-805-4246 B-2 19 120041028 66118 B-2 14
1005-805-4257 B-2 21 120041270 66118 B-3 11
1005-805-4259 B-3 2 120044102 66118 B-2 25
1005-805-4284 B-3 3 120050102 66118 B-3 9
1005-8054290 B-3 16 120053102 66118 B-4 1
1005-805-4291 B-3 18 120054102 66118 B-2 19
1005-805-4306 B-4 8 120057102 66118 B-3 2
1005-809-0721 B-2 3 120059102 66118 B-3 3
1005-913-2602 B-l 3 120061102 66118 B-3 16
1005-939-7170 B-2 12 120062102 66118 B-3 1
1095-726-5706 B-l 2 120066102 66118 B-2 15
5305-021-0114 B-2 17 120067102 66118 B-3 15
5305-021-0143 B-2 2 120012102-A 66118 B-4 9
5305-021-0411 B-3 1 120029102-AC 66118 B-2 20
5305-930-5729 B-2 11 120013102-D 66118 B-2 8
5306-020-9913 B-2 4 120031102-NS 66118 B-3 17
5310-017-8687 B-2 5 120049102-NS 66118 B-3 14
5315-017-8672 B-3 15 120055102-NS 66118 B-2 21
5315-017-8673 B-2 15 120063102-NS 66118 B-3 18

55
APPENDIX C

MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART

Section I. INTRODUCTION

C-l. General REPLACE To replace unserviceable items with


serviceable assemblies, subassemblies,
The maintenance allocation chart indicates or parts.
specific maintenance operations performed at REPAIR To restore an item to serviceable con-
the proper maintenance levels. Deviation from dition. This includes but is not limited
maintenance operations allocated in the chart to inspection, cleaning, presecving,
is authorized only upon approval of the com- adjusting, replacing, welding, rivet-
ing, and strengthening.
manding officer.
OVERHAUL To restore an -item to a completely
serviceable condition, as prescribed by
C-2. Maintenance Functions
maintenance serviceability standards,
This maintenance allocation chart designates using the Inspect and Repair Only as
overall responsibility for the maintenance Necessary (IROAN) Technique.

function of an end item or assembly. Mainte- REBUILD To restore an item to a standard as


nearly as possible to original or new
nance functions will be limited to and defined
condition in appearance, performance
as follows : and life expectancy. This is accom-
INSPECT To determine serviceability of an item plished through complete disassembly
by comparing its physical and mech- of the item, inspection of all parts or
anical, and electrical characteristics components, repair or replacement of
with established standards. worn or unserviceable elements
(items) using original manufacturing
TEST To verify serviceability and to detect
tolerances and specifications ; and sub-
electrical or mechanical failure by use
sequent reassembly of the item.
of test equipment.
SERVICE To clean, preserve, to charge, and to
add fuel, lubricant, cooling agents and C-3. Explanation of Format
air.
ADJUST To rectify to the extent necessary to Purpose and use of the format are as follows:
bring into proper operating range.
ALIGN To adjust specified variable elements a. Column a, Group Number. Lists group
of an item to bring to optimum per- numbers, to identify components and assemb-
formance. lies.
CALIBRATE To determine the corrections to be
made in the reading of instruments b. Column b, Component Assembly Nomencla-
or test equipment used in precise mea- twe. Lists the noun names of groups and
surement. Consists of the comparison assemblies on which maintenance is authorized.
of two instruments, one of which is
a certified standard of known accur- c. Column c, Maintenance Functions. Lists
acy, to detect and adjust any discre-
the various categories of maintenance to be
pancy in the accuracy of the instru-
ment being compared with the performed on the weapon.
certified standard.
INSTALL d. Use of Codes. Explanation of the use of
To set up for use in an operational
environment such as an emplacement, codes in maintenance function, column c, is
site, or vehicle. as follows :

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Code ErjJaccatiw column will be used to specify those tools and
C Operator/Crew test equipment required to perform the des-
0 Organizational Maintenance
ignated function.
F Direct Support Maintenance
H General Support Maintenance f. Column e, Remarks. Self-explanatory.
D Depot Maintenance
Note. Columns not utilized are considered not ap-
e. Column d, Tools and Equipment. This plicable.

Section II. MAINTENANCE ASSIGNMENT

Component assembly
T - - - - - - ‘1
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nomenclature 3
‘: 8 8
* .5 e 2
4 ‘5 E 5 0 & 2
I, d
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2
t- f
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‘S
4
-J a 3
- P
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1 GUN SHOULDER STOCK GROUP_ C C F
2 BARREL AND BAYONET BAND C C 0
ASSEMBLY
2a BARREL ASSEMBLY C C F 0
2b BAYONET BAND ASSEMBLY C C 0 0
3 TRIGGER GUARD GROUP C C F
4 FORE END GROUP C C F
5 BREECH BOLT GROUP ~. C C F
6 RECEIVER AND MAGAZINE C C F
GROUP
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By Order of the Secretary of the Army :

WILLIAM C. WESTMORELAND,
General, United States Army,
Official : Chief of Stag.
KENNETH G. WICKHAM,
Major General, United States Army,
The Adjutant General.

Distribution :
To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-40 requirements (qty rqr Block #147) for October and
Crew, Shotgun, 12-guage, Winchester, Model 1200, riot type, 20-inch barrel.

* U.S. GOMRFMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1965-461-421/21336