work. The annexes provide lists of calibers, fixtures and parts made without cards. Statement of differences in the names of units and parts. Instructions for replacing the cheeks of a bayonet knife.
Names of units and parts in the repair manual for 7.62 mm AKM and AKMS modernized Kalashnikov assault rifles are given in accordance with the drawings of the main production. Names of elements of parts – in accordance with the Manual on the shooting case of 7.62 mm, the modernized Kalashnikov assault rifle AKM and AKMS. In the absence of specific instructions in this repair manual for 7.62 mm AKM and AKMS modernized Kalashnikov assault rifles, the identification and elimination of common malfunctions, malfunctions of typical parts and their interfaces is carried out in accordance with the General Guide.
If the numbers on the bolt, the base of the receiver, the forend, the bolt, the cover of the receiver, the knife-bayonet and the sheath do not match the number on the receiver, you must carefully hammer these numbers. Apply new numbers with stamps next to old ones.
If the numbers on the ejector, reticle, retarder, translator, trigger, self-timer, trigger, sear, return spring guide do not match the number on the receiver, then these numbers must be cleaned. Apply new numbers in the same place with sharpened scriber. In all cases, numbers are allowed to be applied by electrograph..
Dismantling and assembling assault rifles, as well as checking the battle and bringing them to normal combat, shall be carried out in accordance with the Manual on Small Arms. In the absence of spare parts for repair, it is necessary to make them according to the drawings placed in the application. In the same appendix, drawings are placed on the manufacture of parts, the replacement of which is not provided for in this Guide, but can be done in a repair shop.
When repairing 7.62 mm AKM and AKMS modernized Kalashnikov assault rifles, parts and assemblies from 7.62 mm AK Kalashnikov assault rifles are allowed. A list of these parts and assemblies is given in the appendix. The appendix also provides a statement of the differences between the names of units and parts adopted in the Guide and the names of units and parts adopted in the Manual on Small Arms.
Newly manufactured parts and parts clarified by the tool during the repair process, instead of phosphating, it is allowed to paint (tint). According to the General Guide or varnish BF-4 with an admixture of alcohol-soluble nigrosin. For 300-400 grams of varnish BF-4, 15-20 grams of alcohol-soluble nigrosin.
The manufacture of coil coil springs is made according to the general management card. Steel grades indicated in the figures for the manufacture of parts are given in accordance with GOST 1050-60 and GOST 380-60. Types of electrodes for electric arc welding and surfacing are given in accordance with GOST 9467-60 and GOST 10051-62.