C1, TM 9-1240-318-35
EQUIPMENT ISSUED WITH TELESCOPE M120 AND TELESCOPE XM134
Section I. DESCRIPTION
6-1. Carrying Case
6-2. Instrument Light, M52E1
provided to transport and store the telescope when not
to provide illumination
of the reticle
in use. The interior is molded, laminated sheet plastic
telescope M120. It consists of two D-size flashlight
with foam padding to protect the telescope. An upper
batteries (BA-30), a battery case, a rheostat knob
and lower shell are joined by a piano hinge which is
attached to the side of the battery case, and a coiled
riveted to the back of the shells. A gasket is cemented
lead wire extending from one end of the battery case.
in the bottom of the well to provide a watertight and dust-
The wire is coiled and the leads may be extended from a
tight seal when the case is closed. A metal carrying
nominal length of two feet to approximately six feet. The
handle is mounted on the front of the case. Two snap-
lamp socket, attached to the lead wire, has an external
type catches are provided to hold the cover securely
thread so that it can be threaded to the light well of the
closed. The exterior of the case is olive drab. The part
telescope. The rheostat knob on the battery case
number, 10553971, is stenciled in white on the cover of
controls an internal switch that turns the lamp on and off
Section II. REPAIR OF CARRYING CASE
e. Inspect for wear on the hinge pin and distortion
of the latching member.
a. General inspection procedures, outlined in
f. Inspect the metal carrying handle that it is
case. In addition, inspect the interior to ensure that the
securely attached to case and operates freely without
padding is not torn or cracked or has other signs of
b. Inspect the seal for general damage and
a. Coat exposed surfaces of packing with a soft
c. Inspect the piano hinge that it is securely riveted
to the back of the shells and that it operates freely when
b. Disassembly of carrying case is not authorized.
the case is opened and closed.
Refer to TM 9-254, general maintenance procedures, to
repair bent or damaged surfaces.
d. Inspect the hinge pin and the latching member
for proper alinement.