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Figure 5-4. Proper position for M crimping blasting cap
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ELECTRIC FIRING SYSTEMS
TM 9-1300-277
Figure 5-6. M1A4 priming adapter with nonelectric and time blasting fuse or detonating cord.
(a) Insert fused cap into cap well.
(a) Pull cap into adapter and insert into
cap well of explosive.
(b) Secure fuse to block, using tape or
(b) Screw adapter into place.
other available material, to prevent cap from being
withdrawn.
(2) Without priming adapter (method 1):
5-5. IGNITING FUSE OF NONELECTRIC SYSTEM
(a) Wrap  a  string  tightly  around
Fuse may be ignited using one of the following methods:
demolition block; tie securely leaving approximately six
inches of loose string on each end after making the tie.
WARNING
(b) Insert
blasting
cap
with
fuse
THE SIGNAL FOR IGNITION OF THE
attached into cap well.
FUSE M'ST BE GIVEN BY THE
INDIVIDUAL IN CHARGE AND ONLY
(c) Tie the loose string around fuse to
AFTER ALL OTHER PERSONNEL IN
prevent blasting cap from being withdrawn from block.
TIE VICINITY ARE PROTECTED OR
HAVE REACHED A SAFE DISTANCE.
(3) Without priming adapter (method 2):
5-5

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