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Figure 5-6. M1A4 priming adapter with nonelectric and time blasting fuse or detonating cord
TM 9-1300-277
j. Extend arms, point cap out and away from body
(fig. 5-4), and crimp cap at a point 1/8 to 1/4 inch from
WHEN CRIMPING A CAP DO NOT POINT CAP
open end
TOWARD OTHER PERSONNEL OR EXPLOSIVES.
k. Attach fuse igniter as follows:
(1) M2.
(a) Slide fuse retainer over end of fuse
and seat firmly.
(b) Waterproof joint between fuse and
igniter, if necessary, by applying sealing compound.
(2) M60.
(a) Unscrew fuse holder cap two or
three turns.
(b) Press shipping plug into igniter to
release split collet and rotate plug as it is removed.
Figure 5-4. Proper position for M crimping blasting
cap.
(c) Insert end of fuse in place of plug-
until fuse rests against primer base.
Figure 5-5. Deleted.
(d) Tighten cap sufficiently to hold fuse
in place, thus waterproofing joint.
1. Priming with or without priming adapter is as
follows:
(1) With priming adapter (fig. 5-6).
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