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  1. Muzzle Flash Suppressor
  2. Buffer / Buffer Spring
  3. Lower Receiver Group
  4. Magazine
  5. Ejector
  6. Sling Swivels
  7. sights (front and rear)
  8. Butt
  9. Ejection Port
  10. Charging Handle
  11. Safety
  12. Forestock / Hand Guard
  13. Extractor
  14. Stock
  15. Barrel
  16. Forward Assist
  17. Bolt
  18. Magazine Release
  19. Magazine Well
  20. Bolt Lock Lever
  21. Trigger
  22. Trigger Group
  23. Chamber
  24. Take Down Pins
  25. Upper Receiver Group
  26. Trigger Guard
  1. a used to align the firearm to the bullet's point of impact
  2. b enables manipulation of the bolt to chamber a round
  3. c section consisting of the trigger, trigger springs, safety, and all firing mechanism parts
  4. d contains ammunition ready to be
    chambered
  5. e enables the bolt to return after firing (internal part)
  6. f supports the cartridge at rest and during
    firing (internal part)
  7. g grips and pulls the shell from the chamber
  8. h enables separation of the upper receiver from the lower receiver and allows for
    fieldstripping and cleaning
  9. i contains the firing pin, spring, and extractor (internal part)
  10. j opening that permits the shell to exit the weapon (internal part)
  11. k housing for the magazine (internal part)
  12. l enables the firearm to fire when pulled
  13. m part of the frame that protects the trigger
  14. n blocks the hammer from striking the firing pin; prevents firing (located on the left side of the weapon)
  15. o attachment on the barrel's forward end that reduces the flash as burning
    powder escapes when the bullet exits the barrel
  16. p used to support the rifle with
    the support hand; acts as a heat shield from the barrel
  17. q part that enables shoulder support during firing
  18. r expels the shell from the ejection port
    (internal part of the bolt)
  19. s permits removal of the magazine from the firearm
  20. t holds the bolt to the rear when the charging handle is pulled to the rear and the lower portion is depressed; releases the bolt when the upper portion is depressed
  21. u houses the bolt assembly group
  22. v the end of the stock
  23. w contains the magazine release,
    magazine well, trigger housing, and trigger components
  24. x provides a path for the fired bullet; its chamber holds the cartridge
  25. y a button assuring that the bolt is locked
  26. z metal loops affixed to the rifle/carbine to which a carrying strap attaches