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CHAPTER 2 DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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TM-9-1005-301-30 Repair of Wooden Fiber Glass/Plastic or Plastic Components of Small Arms Weapons Manual
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Figure 2-4. Types of repairable damage to wooden hand guards.
TM 9-1005-301-30
2-2.
Tools and Equipment
All tools and equipment required to repair or
components are authorized in applicable TO&Es or TAs.
reinforce wooden, fiber glass/plastic or plastic
Section II. INSPECTION PROCEDURES
2-3.
General
Refer to TB 9-1000-247-35 and figures 2-1 thru 2-4.
one-half inches or less in length in
the receiver will not be cause for
NOTE
rejection.  However, rifle stocks will
M14
Rifle
fiber
glass
stocks
be rejected if hairline cracks cited,
exhibiting  vertical,  horizontal,  or
cross one another or two or more
diagonal hairline cracks one and
cracks extend from a central location.
Rifle stocks exhibiting five or more
hairline cracks on any one side will
be rejected.
Figure 2-1. General inspection areas of shoulder stocks (M14 Rifle).
Figure 2-2. Inspection areas of fiber glass / plastic stocks (M79 Grenade Launcher).
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