With my Springfield Loaded M1A, I understand that cleaning should only encompass Does disassembly include removing the trigger pack?.

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All other cleaning can be done by just locking the bolt back. You will need the proper tools. Rifles Print Edit Send fan disqssembly to authors.

It looks like I need to seperate the barrel from the stock in order to have access in removing the front sling swivel. There really isn’t all that much to clean under the receiver either. If you have a wooden stock, consider getting some bowling alley wax and polishing it before reassembly. Essentially, disassembly is not encouraged.

Sadly, I had to sell it. I apply grease to the knob on the side of the bolt and inside the receiver as well as the guide on the outside of the receiver. Slide the operating rod back, turning it slightly so it falls out.

Curtis Lowe Yeah, I have a permit to carry this. Remove the piston and clean it and the gas chamber. Same thing everyone else said. I want to treat my gun the right way. Warnings Make sure the magazine is out and that you have cleared the gun thoroughly. disxssembly


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Would you please send it to me or a link to it. I need to remove it from the inside of the stock or break the rivet off the stock? Locking the bolt to the rear. Cleaning the M1A, and when to Disassemble self. disssembly

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To create this article, 11 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. Did this article help you? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Then run pads through the barrel. The pinch between the stock, trigger group, and receiver is critical. When sliding the assembly rod back on, put it back in place, press in on the back, and turn it to its original position.

Hi all, I’m kind of a fanatic when it comes to cleaning my rifles, and generally do a full field strip after each range session. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Submit a new link. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.

I q-tip off the old XF-7, clean out any particles, run a brush through the chamber and snake the bore sometimes CLP here if Im lazy – shooters choice otherwise though make sure to get that out fully. Fulton-Armory – Handcrafted U.


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Log in or sign up in seconds. Notify me of new comments via email. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our cookie policy. The M1A Garand too needs to “settle” back into the stock after you take it out.

You are commenting using your WordPress. Clear the weapon by: Grab the bolt, slide it forward, and angle it down so it comes out. Work charging handle and reapply safety. Want to add to disassembky discussion? Repeat these steps in reverse order to reassemble it.

Lastly I reassemble and wipe the whole thing down with a silicon rag. How often do you take apart your M1A’s? If you have a wooden stock I would not remove the trigger group other than once a year. Does disassembly include disaswembly the trigger pack?

Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Lastly – you want your chamber completely dry at the end.

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