Figure 3-16.Removing stowage sleeve.
Figure 3-17.Inspecting firing lanyard.
figure 3-16. Inspect the firing lanyard for proper
stowage, as shown in figure 3-17.
In this inspection you may find that the firing
lanyard has been pulled out of the stowage sleeve,
or it may have been improperly stowed. To restow
the firng lanyard, cut a piece of Type I nylon cord
30 inches long. This will aid you in stowing the
Measure 7 inches from the sewn loop at the
top of the firing lanyard and make a mark. This
mark will leave you 7 inches of slack between the
sewn loop and the stowage sleeve. Form a bight
the length of the stowage sleeve in the firing
lanyard, and by using the Type I cord and a
bodkin, pull the firing lanyard into the stowage
sleeve, stopping at the bottom of the sleeve. (See
figures 3-18 and 3-19).
Figure 3-18.Stowage sleeve and firing lanyard.
Figure 3-19.Stowing firing lanyard.
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