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Figure 3-7. Repairing striped butt plate screw hole (M1, M2 Carbine, and M1, M14 Rifles).
TM 9-1005-301-30
3-9. Repairing Damaged Wooden Components Using -
Epoxy Adhesive and Reinforcing Screws
a.
If it is determined that the use of epoxy and
reinforcing screws are required to effect repair, the screw
holes must be drilled prior to mixing the adhesive.
b.
The screw will be installed after the adhesive
has been inserted into the crack.
c.
The  screws  generally  provide  adequate
clamping force. The use of a vise or clamp is optional.
3-10. Procedure for Repairing Stripped Butt Plate
Screw Holes (Fig 3-7).
Figure 3-6. Repairing damaged wooden hand guard
using epoxy adhesive (Ml Rifle).
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