SECTION II. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Common Tools and Equipment
Repair Parts and Special Tools
Standard and commonly used tools and equipment hav-
Repair parts and special tools required at organizational
ing general application to this ammunition are autho-
rized for issue by tables of organization and equipment
SECTION III. MAINTENANCE
a. Wipe clean items that have dirt, mud, grease,
Maintenance at the operator level consists mainly of
or sand. Use clean, dry cloth or other nonabrasive
inspect items for defects that may cause materiel
not to function as designed.
b. Wipe off light rust, which can be removed
from metal components with clean, dry cloth.
Adjustment of Firing Device and Fuze
a. Inspect mines, mine canisters, and relevant
b. Do not use defective items; turn in to
a. Inspect for missing safety pins.
authorized disposal personnel.
b. Inspect safety pins for security.
c. Adjust by spreading legs of cotter pin(s).
Do Not attempt to remove rust or
corrosion for M15 AT Mine sec-
Inspection of Mine Canisters
ondary fuze wells. If corrosion is
present in either secondary fuze
a. Check that arming slide is flush or below
well, return to the mine to the ASP
side of breech housing. This is the safe position for
as an unserviceable asset; explo-
sive exudate may be present, treat
b. Check for mine canister identification for
c. Lightly rusted or corroded items with metal
components are serviceable and safe to use.
c. Check that mine canister surface is free of
Excessive rust or corrosion should be removed at
organizational level if item is not to be used at once.
d. Check that the mine canister closure cap is
on muzzle end of tube and that there are eight
staked fastening locations.
e. Check that the selector switch is not dam-
aged or broken.
2. Badly crushed, crumbled,
dented, cracked, or broken body.
3. Case rusted with penetration
5. Extreme corrosion
1. Deep dents; cracked, broken, or
punctured tube wall.
2. Body rusted with penetration.
4. Extreme corrosion.
5. Broken selector.