FAL Users Manual. Light Automatic Rifle. 7,62 mm

Руководство белгиской автоматической винтовки FN FAL.The FN gentle automated Rifle, colibre 7.62 mm NATO, frequently identified os the F. A. L. or L. A. R., has resulted from lengthy study and aggressive trials made in numerous international locations and lower than all kinds of climatic conditions….

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Functions with very little or procticolly no lubrication. Before firing, wipe off any oil remaining on barrel and gas cylinder surfaces; if the piston and chromed part of the gas plug have been slightly oiled, dry clean these too. The tabulation given below gives on one side the list of parts which can be slightly oiled, on the other the list of parts which require no oiling and which, in some cases, can be adversely affected, if oiled. Components, or parts of components, which will not be oiled before firing Components, or ports of components, which wtll be very slightly oiled OILED - Inside breech block slide.

R. functions with very little or procticolly no lubrication. Before firing, wipe off any oil remaining on barrel and gas cylinder surfaces; if the piston and chromed part of the gas plug have been slightly oiled, dry clean these too. The tabulation given below gives on one side the list of parts which can be slightly oiled, on the other the list of parts which require no oiling and which, in some cases, can be adversely affected, if oiled. Components, or parts of components, which will not be oiled before firing Components, or ports of components, which wtll be very slightly oiled OILED - Inside breech block slide.

62 mm only needs to be partially stripped for this maintenance (field stripping); maintenance routine is 0s follows:- Use the barrel cleaning brush, oiled with the special rifle bore oil provided, and pass through the barrel several times: - Follow this by pulling through two or three dry rags; - Clean the chamber with the cleaning brush provided for this purpose; 37 Clean the slide, rear of the barrel and inside the body; Clean the breech block, firing pin and its housing; Clean underneath the extractor claw, without stripping it; Remove the gas plug, the piston and its spring and carefully clean these parts, as they are exposed to gas fouling; Clean the gas cylinder and wipe with a slightly oiled rag; this rag should also be passed through the barrel; Very slightly oil the moving parts of the mechanism.

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