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  • Army M24 Build Guide

    Seems appropriate to have a build guide in the M24 sub-forum.

    I was lucky enough to get my hands on a real genuine issued gun. Its missing a couple items (flash hider and ARD), but the SWS kit is complete. All original equipment supplied with the weapon. I was told by the previous owner that the gun belonged to the 3/75th Bravo Company (B Co). That would explain the B CO M24 marking on the transport case I guess.

    That's a great reference item for a build guide.

    Pictures posted in this build guide are from genuine guns. Information posted comes from reliable sources, although can be debated. There might be some variations between rifles, especially between the first batch of C series (1988-1990?) and the latest batch (E and G series).

    I'll arrange the guide in multiple sections; each item will be thoroughly explained in detail, with pictures, one item/part per posts. Just do a search with the section title to jump to it.

    Enjoy. Feel free to comment and ask questions. This is gonna take a while to write it all down and post pictures but I'll try to update the thread as often as I can.

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    Main components:

    1AXX. General description of the M24 SWS (Sniper Weapon System)
    2BXX. Receiver/action/recoil lug
    3CXX. Trigger
    4DXX. Barrel
    5EXX. Stock
    6FXX. Bottom metal assembly (floorplate/trigger guard)
    7GXX. Day optics (scope)

    Sub-components:

    8HXX. Sling
    9IXX. Bipod
    10JX. Day optic w/covers & mounting system (scope base/rings)
    11KX. Iron sights & mounting system
    12LX. EMA Laser Filter (External Mount Assembly)
    13MX. ARD (Anti-reflection device)
    14NX. LSU (Weapon sight polarizer)
    15OX. Flash hider
    16PX. Transport cases (Weapon system, deployment kit & day optic)
    17QX. Deployment kit (Tools, spare parts & Misc items)
    18RX. Advanced Sniper Accessory Kit (Drag bags, ammo pouch, ballistic tools)
    19SX. Literature
    20TX. Addtional information and pictures #1
    21UX. Addtional information and pictures #2
    22VX. Addtional information and pictures #3
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    1AXX. General description of the M24 SWS (Sniper Weapon System)

    NSN
    1005-01-240-213

    The M24 Sniper Weapon System (SWS) is the military and police version of the Remington Model 700 rifle, M24 being the model name assigned by the United States Army after adoption as their standard sniper rifle in 1988. The M24 is referred to as a "weapon system" because it consists of not only a rifle, but also a detachable telescopic sight and other accessories.

    The M24 SWS has the "long action" bolt version of the Remington 700 receiver but is chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO "short action" cartridge that has an overall length of 2.750 inches (69.85 mm). The "long action" allows the rifle to be re-configured for dimensionally larger cartridges up to 3.340 inches (84.84 mm) in overall length.

    The M24 SWS was to be replaced with the M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System, a contract awarded to Knight's Armament Company. However, the Army still continued to acquire M24s from Remington until February 2010 and upgraded to the A2 and M24E1 standard in many cases, continuing to serve.[4] The Army chose to upgrade its entire M24 rifle fleet to the M2010 Enhanced Sniper Rifle, with the final M24 being converted in April 2014.

    The rifle had a very quick development cycle as the US Army had decided it wanted to get snipers back into the US Army and was in the process of developing the B4 identifier and the school to award it. There was a major short fall of M21’s which was the standard sniper rifle at that point of time and the Army figured it would need 10,000 sniper rifles of which they didn’t have nearly that many M21’s. So a new sniper rifle was developed at the same time and it was done in a record 22 months. The Weapon System Matrix Manager for the M24 was Major John Mende and he explains that the long action actually had nothing to do with the ability to convert to a .300 Win Mag but was a product of that quick development time. The rifle was intended to be chambered in the .30-06 as the -06 was a type classified munition for the Army unlike the .300 WM at the time. They wanted to have a high power load for the .30-06 eventually developed. As development of the system was moving forward they discovered that there was not enough .30-06 ammo in a single lot in the Army’s inventory to test and develop the system so they quickly changed to the 7.62x51mm NATO (308 Win) and left the action the same as there was not enough time for the manufacturers of the stock and floorplate to make the change to short action. They also fully believed they would later do a product improvement update and convert all the M24’s to .30-06. It is said that whe fact that they could convert them to .300 Win Mag was an unexpected benefit to the SF groups and was never actually designed into the system.

    The actual rifle requirements for accuracy were .35 MOA from a machine rest and according to Major John Mende (ret.) this accuracy had to be maintained to 10,000 rounds. He stated, “Interesting side note was there was a 10,000 round requirement for the barrel to maintain the original accuracy. In fact after some 10,000 round tests we discovered the accuracy improved. A few barrels were tested past 20,000 and accuracy never went below the original accuracy requirement.” I would have to say that is very impressive! The US Army barrel life states 5000 rounds and that sounds like they are being conservative. Based off of the experience I have, the rifles do shoot quite well if the shooter does his part. Apparently there were several other rifle makers who said they could build a better rifle for the required price, but they were not interested once they heard it would be 10,000 rifles and that they would be required to provide maintenance on those rifles for at least 5 years and with an Army option for 2 additional procurements. Remington was able to do it. The initial US Army contract was for 2510 rifles.

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    • #3
      2BXX. Receiver/action/recoil lug

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      - Receiver: Remington Model 700 Long Action, chambered in 7.62 NATO. Earliest example would be a C prefix action. Production continues through today 11/14. Most recent examples are RR prefix with a single letter suffix, A, B & C observed. Scope mounting holes tapped #8-40. 2 iron sight holes left side of actions, on same centers as rear scope base holes, tapped 6-48. Original US Army will have the U.S. mark stamped over the serial number.

      - Bolt: .473" bolt face. Body coated with Black Sandstrom dry film E859-B29 up to but not including the bolt handle. Bolt handle is coated in Rem-Tuff. It will have a Circle M on the handle as a MagnaFlux proof test markings required by the Army

      - Recoil lug: Remington Model 700 factory. 3/16" (0.187") thick

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        3CXX. Trigger

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        • #5
          4DXX. Barrel

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          - Barrel: 416R stainless steel, cut rifled 5R, 1.11:25" twist rate, .308 bore, straight taper contour 1.200" shank/first 4", tapers down to .900-.930" at muzzle. Several hundred of the initial contract made by Mike Rock rifle barrels, then Remington switched to a hammer forged barrel made in house. Barrel is marked 7.62 NATO 6.125” from the front of the lug, Left hand side, also has a 2 letter code, XY, WB ( both observed). Right side markings include: REP in oval (Remington English Proof) Triangle w/ an X or an N in it (Observed) and an M in a circle (Magnetic Particle inspection). Front sight base holes are drilled and tapped 6-48 1.125” and 1.688” from the muzzle

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          • #6
            5EXX. Stock

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            - Stock: HS Precision composite stock with CNC machined aluminum bedding block, barrel channel cut to M24 barrel contour, inletted for Dakota/Sunny Hill bottom metal assembly
            - Model PST-024

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            • #7
              6FXX. Bottom metal assembly (floorplate/trigger guard)

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              • #8
                7GXX. Day optics (scope)

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                • J!m
                  J!m commented
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                  I believe the rings are Leupold Mark 4 in steel. I wanted to confirm the height... Are they "medium" height?

              • #9
                8HXX. Sling

                M1907 Leather sling (NSN 1005-00-714-1245)

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                • MescaBug
                  MescaBug commented
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                  Yes I think it is. I dont know of any other sling makers using Talon swivels.

                • saddler
                  saddler commented
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                  M1907 leather sling, surely?

                • MescaBug
                  MescaBug commented
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                  Yeah, that's a typo . I'll fix it.

              • #10
                9IXX. Bipod

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                NSN 1005-01-260-2665

                - Harris Ultralight 1A2, 9-13"

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                • #11
                  10JX. Day optic w/covers & mounting system (scope base/rings)

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                  • MescaBug
                    MescaBug commented
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                    Leupold Mark 4 steel 2-piece base #59230

                  • Plan B Industries
                    Plan B Industries commented
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                    Thanks! I figure since I ended up getting OK Weber sight bases for my clone build I should just go with the later design.

                  • MescaBug
                    MescaBug commented
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                    They're cheaper and easier to find than the old Ultra one-piece base. And its correct on a build, especially if you have the OK weber sights.

                • #12
                  11KX. Iron sights & mounting system

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                  Redfield
                  Olympic/International #63 and #64 Globe Front Attaching Base (NSN 1005-01-262-2719)
                  Redfield The Palma Micrometer Precision Target Sight Model 712600 (NSN 1005-01-074-9595)
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                  • Random Guy
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                    FWIW, Redfield went out of business shortly after the M24 program was launched, so the US Army had to switch vendors for the iron sights during M24 production once the supply of Redfield parts was exhausted. The replacement parts came from OK Weber, Inc in Oregon. The rear sight was an RPA Trackker match sight, and was made in the UK, and imported by OK Weber, Inc - as seen in the 2nd picture. The front globe sight might have also been made by RPA, but I am not sure. The mounting base for the Redfield sights is different and reportedly incompatible with the rear sights made by RPA, so guys who have gotten the recent M24 Rebuilds without iron sights have to buy a rear sight based on whichever mounting base was supplied with the rifle. The Redfield base in flat across on the top horizontal surface, whereas the RPA base has an angled cut with two screw holes, and IMO, fits better as it allows better access to the scope ring nut, etc. (The 2nd from last picture is the RPA mount - which will apparently not work as well with the Redfield sight as the grove spacing is slightly different). Just an fyi re the two flavors of M24 iron sights.

                • #13
                  12LX. EMA Laser Filter (External Mount Assembly)

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                  Decilog (NSN 1240-01-380-6326): Lock ring (NSN 1240-01-383-1994)
                  Tenebraex (NSN 6650-01-456-6515)

                  Original issue EMA made by Decilog, cage code 2F218, part number 12950986, NSN 1240-01-380-6326. Thislaser filter is made of aluminum unlike the current and more common plastic version. It is issued with red plastic protective end caps and has threads and lock ring to fit the M3a scope on one end and 50MM threads for the ARD on the other, it also has the white line index mark. The issued ARD for this EMA is the large aluminum version made by Tenebraex, model number M24/EMA-ARD, NSN 6650-01-456-6515. The ARD is dual threaded to fit the M3a and the EMA

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                  • #14
                    13MX. ARD (Anti-reflection device)

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                      14NX. LSU (Weapon sight polarizer)

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