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    I am in the process of revamping some lesson plans for LN training and would like any information on stoppage drills for the AK. The stuff I have at the moment is not very inomative so any thoughts, info, links would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco3 View Post
    I am in the process of revamping some lesson plans for LN training and would like any information on stoppage drills for the AK. The stuff I have at the moment is not very inomative so any thoughts, info, links would be appreciated.

    STOPPAGE DRILLS
    THE IMMEDIATE ACTION DRILL
    (This is carried out every time the weapon fails to fire and allows you to establish what type of stoppage you have.)
    Apply the SAFETY CATCH.
    Cock the weapon and lock the working parts to the rear.
    Look inside the chamber.
    What you see will then allow you to decide which type of stoppage you have and how to clear it.
    No Rounds in the Magazine or the Chamber. (You have an empty magazine.)
    Check the SAFETY CATCH.
    Remove the magazine.
    Fit a new magazine.
    Operate the bolt release catch.
    Continue firing.
    Rounds in the Magazine No Rounds in the Chamber. (You have an incorrectly fitted magazine.)
    Check the SAFETY CATCH.
    Ensure magazine is correctly fitted.
    Operate bolt release catch.
    Continue firing.
    Obstruction in Body/Chamber of Weapon. ( A round is actually jammed in the breech. )
    Check the SAFETY CATCH.
    Remove the Magazine.
    Tilt weapon to the RIGHT.
    Shake weapon to dislodge stoppage.
    Look inside chamber to ensure stoppage has been removed.
    Check SAFETY CATCH.
    Replace Magazine on Weapon.
    Operate Bolt Release Catch.
    Continue Firing.


    Something like that??? that`s a classic i would dare to say that would work for Akm`s as wel as for any other weapon..


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    NEVER EVER DO WHAT I ( GORILLA ) JUST DID...Meaning , paste and copy without READI
    NG...

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    If you apply the safety catch on the AK series of weapons then it is impossible to cock the weapon (bring the working parts to the rear) mate. The IA drill above appears to be cut and pasted from either the SA80 or possibly M16 and as such is not applicable to the AK.
    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie85 View Post
    Gorrilla
    If you apply the safety catch on the AK series of weapons then it is impossible to cock the weapon (bring the working parts to the rear) mate. The IA drill above appears to be cut and pasted from either the SA80 or possibly M16 and as such is not applicable to the AK.
    Cheers
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    Got me..!!!!

    Point is..

    I have not actually read what i pasted and copyed there..


    OK enough with that...

    In most of the cases you should be able to pull the boolt back and eject the shell,and if that does not work and the unfired round got jamed when going into the chamber and the bolt handle wouldn't move forwards or backwards ,Err.. Use a ruber malet on it one solid hit on the bolt handle should fix the problem ..

    It does not happen to often for a AKM to get jammed tough..

    Do`h...I guess I`ve fried half of my neurons trying to find the techincal terms in english!

    Whew...
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    I never had a jam with the Ak but i think the drills should be almost the same as with any other weapons.Slap the magazine cock the weapon if not pull out the magazine cock the weapon to eject the shell reinsert the magazine and try again.

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    Gorilla mate, submitting info you've not even read in answer to a question could (in this case) get some poor luntatic killed. Bad drills on your part, worse for the AK user in question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scab View Post
    Gorilla mate, submitting info you've not even read in answer to a question could (in this case) get some poor luntatic killed. Bad drills on your part, worse for the AK user in question.
    Actually it could not mate...

    BECAUSE OF THE PARTICULAR WAY THE AK`s Are working.

    Lemme explain it to you:

    Now ,on the side of the Ak`s series there is a tingy called SAFETY CATCH..Are you with me so far???? Good!!!

    As i told you it's on the right side .. In the up position, it covers the bolt lever channel, acting as a dust cover of sorts, prevents the bolt from being pulled to the rear, and engages a sear/trigger block that prevents the trigger from being pulled.


    As Charlie85 has noted

    If you apply the safety catch on the AK series of weapons then it is impossible to cock the weapon (bring the working parts to the rear) mate."
    So ...If the weapon in cause is jammed or the safety catch on NOTHING WILL HAPPEN!!

    NO poor poor luntatic will get killed for the simple reason because it`s impossible to cock the weapon..

    As you can see here I quickly realized that i was lazy and just paste and copyed some stuff and i have corected myself by giving the corect solution bellow.


    http://www.closeprotectionworld.co.uk/92445-post4.html

    THAT WAS NOT BAD DRILLS..JUST PLAIN LAZYNESS..

    Thank you for your professional constructive comments!

    You showed great knowledge of AK group of weapons...
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    Disco3, pm me, I'll email you the shit you need..... don't take any notice of the ape.... it seems he's a plank!

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    or come on over here and we will show you......!! just jesting....tis a long way after all.

    Good shout psd but a tad hard on Gorillanobaka1977

    morrigan

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    [QUOTE=Gorillanobaka1977;92599]THAT WAS NOT BAD DRILLS..JUST PLAIN LAZYNESS.QUOTE]

    No room for plain 'Laziness' in this job mate! I'd still refer to it as the Bad Drills!!!

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