BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  71

d. Magazine/Catch Release 
(1) Check to see that magazine drops freely when magazine release is depressed. 
(2) Examine for dents, cracks and burrs. 
(3) Check for smooth travel of follower. 
(4) Check to see if slide locks back with empty magazine. 
e. Magazine Well 
Examine for cleanliness. Determine if magazine locks in firmly. 


c. Cleaning 
  a. Under normal conditions, the firearm should be cleaned when it comes in contact with moisture or any possible   obstruction such as dirt and dust. 
  b. The build-up of powder residue, shaved lead, and other debris that occur during shooting can penetrate the action of the firearm and eventually cause mechanical problems. 
  c. Firearms must be properly lubricated. 
  d. Firearms should be cleaned after each shooting. 


d. Cleaning Kit 
  a. An acceptable gun cleaning kit will include, but is not limited, to: 
    (1) A can of lubricating oil. (NOTE: Never use household oil, as it will collect dust and other particles.) 
    (2) A can of solvent. 
    (3) A bore brush. 
    (4) A bore patch holder. 
    (5) Bore patches. 
    (6) A toothbrush. 
    (7) A small screwdriver. 
e. To clean the weapon. (Instructor Discussion) 
f. Checklist


 

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