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Anyone have any links to a good AR15 Armorers manual?

Discussion in 'Long guns and Handguns' started by BlueZ, Nov 10, 2019.

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  1. Nov 10, 2019 #1

    BlueZ

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    Looking to buy a pdf armorers manual for AR15 and/or M4..

    I am actually a certified M4/M16 armorer (which translates to AR15 of course)
    But i have forgotten so much as training has been so many year ago and all I do now is change triggers for my buddies (I am my prepper groups armorer)

    So I kinda dont know anymore how do to 70% of the stuff a AR15 armorer ought to be able to do.
    Or at least it would take me trial and error to figure out.

    Anyone have a link to a good online AR or M4 armorers manual?
    If I can just see the right pics i am sure it will all come back to me.
     
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    PS: I just realized the title of this subforum "Long gun and hand guns" has its content duplicated elsewhere like in "Rifle", "shotguns" and "pistols/Revolvers" subforums.
    My suggestion is to close this subforum and move the content into the correct subforums... this will help gain synergy..
     
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    Here's a military manual: https://app.box.com/s/9qm9l5oplv

    I have attended the LMT armorer's course and the Armalite "agency armorer" course. Not sure where my manuals are, but I am sure you could find both of them with a few internet searches.
     
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    Thanks!.. :)
    I am looking for something more "armoryish" though.
    A lot of key procedures are marked "Evacuate to direct support maintenance" rather than who to do it..

    For example broken gas rings are "Evacuate to direct support maintenance".. I know how to do this... so thats not an issue.. but just as an example there is a lot of granularity deferred to higher maintenance that I would like to do myself...
    Almost everything I felt I needed a refresher for is deferred..

    The diagrams it has are helpful though..
     
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