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  1. CPP.3Pistol Preventive Maintenance 1

  2. Disassembly Button/ Disassembly Lever

  3. Remove Slide and Barrel Assembly

  4. Remove the Recoil Spring and Recoil Spring Guide

  5. Remove the Barrel


  6. M9 Service Pistol Disassembled Slide Assembly Barrel Assembly Recoil Spring/Recoil Spring Guide Receiver

  7. Inspection • Slide Assembly • Barrel Assembly • Recoil Spring/Recoil • Spring Guide • Receiver

  8. Cleaning and Lubrication • Slide Assembly • Barrel Assembly • Recoil Spring/Recoil • Spring Guide • Receiver

  9. Insert the Barrel into the Slide Assembly

  10. Insert Recoil Spring Guide into Recoil Spring

  11. Insert Recoil Spring Guide into Housing

  12. Place Slide Assembly on Receiver Assembly

  13. Secure the Slide

  14. M9 Service Pistol Magazine Disassembled

  15. Function Check • Ensure no ammunition in chamber. • With pistol on Safe, depress slide stop. The slide returns forward, the hammer should fall. • Pull and release the trigger. The firing pin block should move up and down and the hammer should not move. • With pistol on Fire, pull the trigger. The hammer should cock and fall.

  16. Function Check (cont.) • Pull the trigger and hold it. Pull the slide to the rear and release it while holding the trigger. Release the trigger. A click should be heard; the hammer should not fall. • Pull the trigger. The hammer should fall. • Place the pistol on Safe.

  17. User Serviceability Inspection • Perform function check. • Ensure proper placement of magazine release button. • Ensure magazine seats. • Ensure slide stays locked to rear.

  18. User Serviceability Inspection (cont.) • Ensure magazine falls out freely. • Lubricate and work the slide. • Inspect external parts.

  19. Extreme Weather Conditions • Extreme cold • Hot, wet climates • Hot, dry climates • Heavy rain and fording • Amphibious conditions