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Loosen band ctew P, Depress band retainer, Slide band R forward. until it c1ears upper and, lower stock halves, Lift barrel action assem. bly up by muzzle until, action can be removed, from under the rear ac. tion retainer S, Draw recoil spring guide slightly to reqr until it is. disengaged from operating slide and then pull to, right and forward and withdraw guide and spring.
from weil in receiver, Remove trigger housing retaining pin if pin. sticks use operating spring guide as a, punch Slide trigger housing group for. ward off receiver, Pull operating slide slowly to rear un. til forward face of operating slide stop, is in line with rear face of bolt opeJ l. ing in top of receiver This places, guide lug on operating slide handle.
in line with notch in guideway Pull, slide handle up and to right until guide lug is free of retaining groove. Move operating slide slightly forward to align left guide lug on heavy forward. part of operating slide opposite relief cut arrow in retaining guideway on. barrel Then rotate operating slide counter c1ockwise to free guide lugs from. retaining guideway and remove slide, Grasp operating lug of bolt and draw. bolt to rear until its face is just back of, receiver locking shoulders Rotate bolt. counter c1ockwise to disengage it from, left guideway in receiver Then rota te. bolt c1ockwise and lift it up and right to, remove from receiver This is the last step in field stripping.
CLEANING The carbine bore can be cleaned only from the muzzle Before. c1eaning bore remove magazine and pull operating slide to rear and lock in. this position by depressing operating slide stop Then inspect chamber to make. sure that it is not loaded Use c1eaning rod which is available from arms deal. ers and guide rod with thumb and finger to prevent damaging rifling at muz. zle Inspect bore with aid of a bore reflector small mirror or piece of white. cloth or paper placed in breech opening at an angle to reflect light With bore. reflector or mirror bore can be inspected from both ends Carbine cartridges. have noncorrosive primers and therefore it is not necessary ta use water in. c1eaning the bore However nitro solvent or bore cleaner should be used to. dissolve powder fouling Dry bore with clean patches after use of nitro solvent. or bore cleaner and oil bore with patch soaked in preservative oil Be sure to. remove grease or any obstructions from bore prior to firing. Press cartridge down with thumb until, caught under magazine lips Repeat until full. Turn safety H down to SAFE green exposed, Push magazine up into receiver until a click in. dicates the magazine lock has snapped into place, Pull operating slide handle J back and re. lease it thereby chambering first cartridge It, is a good habit to strike handle with heel of hand. to make certain bolt is firmly seated and locked, Turn safety back to FIRE red exposed.
Turn safety down to SAFE, green exposed, Press magazine lock K. Slide magazine down and, Pull operating slide back to. eject remaining cartridge, Operating slide may be re. tained in the open position, by depressing the slide lock. button L Located on top of, handle so it engages the.
indent on receiver To allow, slide to return forward. simply apply rearward pres, sure on handle Slide lock. button which is spring, loaded will automaticafly, disengage itself. Magazine is unloaded by, sliding cartridges forward SIGHTING. Front sight is of the fixed blade type, and out one at a time.
Rear sight is of the peep or aper, ture type and is adjustable as fO I. Aperture M si ides forward and, rearward according to distance 10. target and snaps into indents cor, responding to 100 200 250 and. Ramp N moves left and right by, turning knob O to correct for. windage or lead on moving target, Each click corresponds to 1 at 100.
yds 2 at 200 yds etc l, SPECIFICATIONS, Weight of carbine MI Weight of bullet aprx 111 9r. with 1 round maga Muz tle velocily 1 900 2 000 f p 5. zine unloaded 5 50Ib Pressure in chamber per, Weight of Carbine MI square inch ma imum. with 15 roun maga aprx 40 000Ib, zine loaded 6 10Ib Maximum range 2 000 yd. Magazine capacity 15 rd Eftedive range 300 yd, Weight of 15 round Length ofbarrel 18 00 in. magazine unloaded 0 17Ib Sight radius at 100 yar ds 21 5 in. Weight of 15 rou l1d frigger pull 41h 7 Ibs, magazine loaded 0 59Ib Sights Front blade proteded by wings rear.
Over all length of car peep sight adjustrlble for windage and. bine MI 35 58 in elevation, Over all length of car. bine MI wHh bayonet J pe of fire Single shof only Pressing the. atlached 42 26 in trigger fires the cartridge eieds the empty. Weight of 100 cartridges 2 8Ib case loads in a new cartridge and leaves. WeJght of I ball cart the weapon cocked and ready for next. ridge 193 gr pull of trIgger, The carbine is gas operated and has a short stroke action As soon. as bullet A is forward of gas port B in barrel gas from the burning. powder expands throlJgh gas port into gas cylinder C and thrl lsts the. piston 0 rearward The piston strikes the G perating slide E starting it. into motion and the piston is stopped after about 3 16 of travel by. the piston nut F As the operating slide starts to the rear the recoil. spring G begins to be compressed The operating slide moves rearward. about 5 16 before its cam contacts operating lug of bolt This allows. operating slide to gain speed to overcome inertia of the locked bolt. and also gives time for bullet to c1ear muzzle allowing pressure in. barrel to be reduced to outside pressure before bolt begins to unlock. As eperating slide continues to the rear it compresses the recoil spring. and cams the bolt counterclockwise to unlocked position Extraction. and ejection of fired cartridge case withdrawl of firing pin to safe. position inside bolt and cocking of hammer occurs as bolt moves rear. ward When operating slide and bol1 move forward pushed by fhe. compressed recoil spring the bolt strips top round from magazine and. shoves it into chamber When bolt reaches forward position cam in. operating slide rotates bolt c10ckwise so locking I ugs on either side of. bolt head engage locking shoulders in receiver, PARTS LIST WITH PRICES SERVICE. Butt Plate Screw 12, Every MI Carbine is p oof tested and function fired in order to prove tha t it is in perfect condition and. Butt Plate 2 50 conforms fully to our specification and standards before shipment. Stock 16 50, Slide Lock 20 If lhere is any question with regJd to the performance of the gun please write to our Service Department fuHy.
Slide 9 00, describing all circumstances and cPnditions involved. Slide Lock Spring 12, Rear Action Retainer Bolt 50. If you should return your MI Carbtne for repair or if you order component parts please comply with the follow. Rear Action Retainer 3 00, Receiver 25 00 ing suggestions for prompt service. Recoil Spring 1 00, Extractor 3 00 1 Please erlClose remitf ln cerith order. Firing Pin 2 75, Bolt stripped 9 00 2 Gurns shipped to the facfory should be sent prepaid We will not accept collect shipments.
Bolt Assembly, Extractor Spring 12 3 If no work is required onthe stock the complete barrel receiver and mechanism may be sent alone. Extractor Spring Plunger 25, Ejector Spring 12 4 Always give serial numbe and model of firearm Give detailed information covering difficulty or work. Ejector 75 desired Give name Of shilllper if other than corr esponden t Be sure to order par ts by name and number. Rear Sight 5 00, Gas Piston Nut 1 50 SPEGIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT OUR DISCRETION WITHOUT NOTICE. Gas Pision 1 50, Hand Guard 4 00, Barrel 22 00 Please Check Chamber and Magazine Before Shipping Firearm. Recoil Spring Guide 1 00, Barre l Band Retainer 1 00.
Barrel Band 4 00, Deluxe Barrel Band 6 00, Front Sight 3 50. Front Sight Key 20, Front Sight Pin 12, Trieger Guard Pin 20. Hammer 4 50, Hammer Spring Glide 1 75, Trigger Housing 7 S0. Trigger Housing Assembly 25 00, Magazine Lock, Retaining Spring 12. Magazine Lock Retaining, Sp ring Plunger 12, Magazine Spring 12.
M qazine Lock Spdtlg Plunger 12, Magazine Lock 2 50. Trigger Pin 12, Safety 2 50, Hammer Pin 12, Re r Action Retainer Nut 1 00. 1S Shot Magazine 4 50, Trigger 4 00, Sear Spring 12. Hammer Spring 40, Tri ger Spring 50, Canvas Scabbard 3 00. Sling Oiler 3 00, 5 Shot Magazine 4 50, 30 Shot Magazine 8 00.
Nickle or Gold Plate, 5 Shot Magazine 5 75, 15 Shot Magazine 5 75. 30 Shot Magazine 10 00, Side B se and Screws 1 50, 4X Scope 24 95. Scope Mount Rings 7 95, Return to Factory for service. Not shewn in Illustration, ices Subject to Change without Notice. d 2Sc postage under 5 00 over, SCOPE MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS.
Your new UNJVERSAL GUN has been drilled and tapped for a scope mount The base mount and screws are ellclosed. in the box with your gun Follow the simple direc ions to insure best results. NOTE Although base mount and screws are enclosed Scopes are not enclosed with all models. Remove llctlon from stock as in Fig 1 and plastic insert. used 10 protect screw holes lind inletted area will slip out. as in Fig 2, Fasten base 1 to receiver with four screws 2 extremely. tight as in Fig 3 Gunsmiths ohen apply one of the, many two part Epoxy metal bonding cements avai lable. al variety stores to the screws and under the base for. greater security Tighten each of the four base cap screws. a linie al a time until all are very tight so there can be no Figure j. slippage The rifle is then ready for sighting in, Before attaching the mount or boresighting be certain. the scope s windage and elevation adiustments are zeroed. or centered so the line sight is parallel to the scope tube. See your scope instructions, The scope turret 3 must be forward of the mount 4. Slip the mount caps 5 over the tube don t remove the. scope lurret or eyepiece as in figure 4, Fasten the mount 6 in position on the base Place the.
gun in a vice or some fixed position with the bore or. regular sights precisely aligned on a target about 40 feet. distant To boresight rifles look through the barrel by. means of a small piece of mirror held at an angle in the. breech Without moving the rifle from its boresighted. position the scope should point at or close to the bore Sight. mark This gives a close check on scope alignment, Removlng Scope Loosen the two thumb screws 7 unti I Base Mount. they are free of the base and the scope and mount bracket. can be lifted off When replacing tighten securely to. prevent loosening from recoil or rough handling, The slightest movement of the scope or mount will cause. the gun to shoot inaccurately Everything must be tight. lens cells base screws mount cap screws turret screws. All screws are hardened turn them as tight as you can with. 7 Screwsa screw driver having a medium large handle and a weil. 6 Mount fitting hardened bl ade If necessary grind it to fit the. screws A good mounting job will hold the scope rigidly. so there can be no slippage or movement between any of. Figure 4 the part and will hold the scope in accurate alignment. with the gun barrel so the windage and elevation adjust. r nents remain centered after sighting in, SIGHTING IN. If gun shoots low at 100 yards with rear, slght in the 100 yard position follow these. simple instructions, Hold barrel firmly and file front sight blade.
1 16 inch and test fire again If gun con, tinues to shoot low file an additional 1 16. Inch and fire again Continue this procedure, untll gun shoot s 100 yards accurately with. rear slght in the 100 yard position, Your 30 Cal M l carbine rear sight has. elevation positions marked in 100 s which, must correspond to the height of the front. The front sight should be adjuste l to the, rcar sight elevation numbers the yardage.
100 200 250 300, Afways remember to MOVE THE REAR SIGHT. IN THE DIRECTION YOU WANT THE BULLET, TO MOVE For instance if the gun shoots. to the rlght mova rear sight to the left, After the sight is filed you may touch up wlth. AMMUNITION, We have used standard government svrplu. ammunition in testing this gun If a re Ioaded, shell is being used be certain that it is pro.
perly sized for perfect gun operation, UNIVERSAL FIREARMS CORPORATION. OPERATION and MAINTENANCE of the Loosen band ctew P Depress band retainer Q Slide band R forward until it c1ears upper and lower stock halves Lift barrel action assem bly up by muzzle until action can be removed from under the rear ac tion retainer S Draw recoil spring guide slightly to reqr until it is disengaged from operating slide and then pull to right and forward and

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