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Carbine Malfunctions, Diagnosis and Remediation
ChrisFry  [Industry Partner]
Carbine Malfunctions, Diagnosis and Remediation
Part 1 – Simple Carbine Malfunctions
By Chris Fry
www.MDTSTRAINING.com

In this two part series of articles/tutorials I am going to outline how to set up for training, diagnose in-fight and remediate simple and complex carbine malfunctions. For the purposes of this article an AR15 weapon platform is used but it is important to note that the skills outlined are applicable across a broad spectrum of weapons. It is my hope that the student or instructor reading this will gain a better understanding of how to:
1) Recognize, diagnose and fix the six malfunctions outlined here (parts 1+2 combined) in both light and low/no light situations
2) Safely set up the malfunctions outlined for personal at home training and on the range during formal classes
3) Perform immediate action on the more common, simple malfunctions shown
4) Perform remedial action on the less common, complex malfunctions shown
5) Gain a better overall understanding of this weapon platform and the skills necessary to refunction the system in an efficient, combative and retainable manner...

....Read the rest here Part 1 – Simple Carbine Malfunctions



Carbine Malfunctions, Diagnosis and Remediation
Part 2 – Complex Carbine Malfunctions
By Chris Fry
www.MDTSTRAINING.com

In part 2 of this series of articles/tutorials I am going to outline how to set up for training, diagnose in-fight and remediate the more complex malfunctions. For demonstration purposes the AR15 weapon platform is being used but it is important to note that the skills outlined are applicable across a broad spectrum of weapons....

....Read the rest here Part 2 – Complex Carbine Malfunctions


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SP10  [Team Member]
Wow. Impressive. That was a HUGE amount of work to get that on paper. Very good illustrations.

I am still a supporter of using the ground to "morter" out a stuck case (failure to unlock). I have tried to use the thigh method on a couple of occasions to unlock a student's gun with less than stellar results, and ended up striking the stock on the ground to get it cleared.

I wonder how some of the aftermarket pinned stocks which are not fully closed will stand up to a failure to unlock clearance. They may not be as fashionable, but I prefer a fixed A1stock.

ugotbit  [Member]
Awesome info!
BadLuther  [Team Member]
Bump for the sheer awesomeness of the info.

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ChrisFry  [Industry Partner]
Thanks guys!
0612Devil  [Member]
Outstanding! Thanks for taking the time to drop some knowledge on us.
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