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» M249 Equipment Information
» M122 Tripod
Mounting and Dismounting Instructions for the M249 Machine Gun and the M122 Tripod
» Photos of the M249
» How to set the sights on the M249 Machine Gun for elevation and windage
Guidance from FM 3-22.68 on properly adjusting the M249 sights for elevation and windage
» Clearing procedures for the M249 Machine Gun
The first step in maintenance is to clear the weapon. This applies in all situations, not just after firing.
» Components of the M249
» Perform a Function Check on the M249 Machine Gun
A function check must be performed to ensure that the M249 machine gun has been assembled correctly.
» Components of the M249 Machine Gun
Major Components, Sights and Safety with photos