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follow'ing tbe! guidel ines in this kno'wledge. both men and women are included.and lessons th.se ii .program for dev@lo. Blank changes for improving this publication on DA Form 2Q28 (Recommended Ch~nges to publioations ana Infantry F-OI'ms..r._ " ".dant I US Army School .} The proponent of this pUblication ie HQ TRADOC. ATTN'.S3. Submit and.45 '.r. I M19-l~lAI caliber.. effe'c"t-i.ted.in'9 combat m. ' "lOb @r 38 I".. Fo.t Ben..p.s ..ski lls by . .arksmen'l The sold iet develops canf idence. 0 ve r. GA 3190:5-5593...PREFACE This manual provides guidance on the operation and marksmanship of the pistol..ve qualifications. M9t g-mm: pistol.at meet the objectives of the United States Army It is Mar-ksmanshi. . . whe'nevex:' the otnerwi. . sta. and forward it t.Lg. plan. . a guide for the instructor to dev'elop training prog I'anl-S. It re fle-cts cur I'ant Army standards in weapons. --.ni.o Comman.-.p .. manual .. __.r-e v '1_ . .. '" Unles. . cal .-' . the _'". and-. ATSH-IN-.s gender is mascul ine used.

.. .--·-. S EMI AU'TOM... The Mg pis t. SO poun... 1-1.. ---Notched --.ha...lf''''cocked integral with slide firing pin block.. --- -_... Front Sight----------------Blade.. Equipment Dataii CalibeI------------~---------------~~---~---9-mm Length---------------------------217 with Emp'ty Syatem of Oper..slid. The ~a9azine has a IS-round capacity .l . ·-~Shor t recoil........ .. six-groove (pitch 250 mm [about 10 inches]) (1.---- meters per second Ma..5 newton meters (430 Ma.s) .A.. (..factive Range..1 pounds) mm (8~54 inches) f • Muzzle Velocity----~------------375 ---------------------------1. mag··az i nefed.et.... ·actic·.. -----~---45 rounds ----..n weapon chambered for the 9-mm cartridge.o... - .5 i'nches) mm (~~51inches~ grams (2....9 a g'-nlm semi au toma t Lc. ~~'·coi...962 2 yard.. -·--SO m. .c1:i.. s·emiautomat ic Locking System---~--~-----~-----.... bar..rds) II foot pounds) do·v@tailed to . f·ety F·eature·s-. a.2..ol i....on: - Double-Action 12t33 pounds 1-1 S. M9 .'d Magazine Magazine· mm (1.92 inches) Rifling--------------~--------RiiH... .a.. • !. 1S8 m'm (6...·80..23013 feet per seoond) Muzzle Energy----------------569... -·---· ----Decock ing/safety lever..T rc I 9--MM.ds ---- - .145 grams (2~6 pounds) Barrel Length~-----------------~-125 mm (4.... ace idental Hammer notc:h) --------prevents· d ischa. CHAPTE.. ----~--------.ximum Rang·e---~-...ers (54 11.. --Oscillatin9 block NATO Width------------------------------38 Hei9ht-----------B---------~-----140 Weight W·e·ight -----------------------~---~---960 'with lS-ROun. ----Sin91e-A..perated I do·uble . ae·a..... --·-..r Sigh t-.R 1 us i..ximu:m E...2 Lne he s) S... .rge ......e Sight. ---... = Basic Load----Tr igger' Pull--- --.....---- ..at ion-.. ARMY HANDGUNS .7 ya....f .ing Radius ..0 metel's l . (1.. PISTOL·..

. --..... .CALIBER ~ M1911 are AND .. THE WEAPON.. THE IF THE TRIGGER IS PULLED~ POSITION...atic Muzzle Velocity-------------------830 Muzzle Max imum ..45. .ng a . The pressure developed by the expanding gases of a fired round recoils the slide and barrel assembly~ After a short run.... M1911Al PIS'TOL I AUTOMATIC t ..s se.th Full Mag..ent. the locking block is disengaged fram the slid~. 1005-......Length of' Length--.. . ......1911Al pisto.---Maximum Ef feet ive . and eompress..tn us i.. action pistols.... .ED POSITION b III Operat ion..F. 500 me t"e r 5 square inch 'lletet's pounds per Front Sight----------------Blade.mm.. For of' add i t lonal the M9 pistol Lnf orjna tion on technical aspect. recoil-operated........f a. IT HAL'F-COCK.. _ . of Qperation-'""'--.. WARNING THE HALF-COCKED PREVEN'TS IT IS NOT PISTOL FROM FIRING - POSITION RELEASED WHILE WILL TO BE USED AS A SAFETY MANUALLY COCKING !F CATCHES THE HAMMER IS THE HAMMER AND THE FIRE... -~-sbor t recoil..NOTE..... --~ ..4 5/8 ----'------- semiautorn..1.-.ty..z.e-----.... ~------~----------------------------------------------------=-~~-------~~ .ystem.45-caliber. .ma tic...e.. .. the barrel stops against the fram~.Ra ng e. --.ROM.... a..---50 1-2 iIi.. .. ...3 pounds -...H~1 six groove (Pitch 1 in 16 inches) Energy-~---------------------17. ---'-'-.~..-- . ----------~--------------------8 . .ls magazine-fed.-and the slide continues its rearward mo·vem. The magazine capac i.ipment Dat. . ....OO~ -. ~ Ra:nqe'""'---- Riflin9--~--~------~---~-~~~-~-------L.. The M9 syst. .es..ty Maga:zine-. The a L ide then extracts and e j ec t s the f ired car tI' idge case" cocks 'the ha... .. pi stol has a short recoil the recoil spring. Caliber~------------~---------~---~-~--~--a~45 inches s..2 t..a ~ The M1911 and M...317-310. .. singlehas a seven-round semiauto.. .er .. integral with slide -.... 'Equ.. The slide moves forward feeding the cartridge from the magazine into the chamber~ The slide and barrel assembly remain open after the last cartridge bas been fired and Qjected~ 1-2. Barrel--~--~-----------~--------5~a3 inches feet per second inches pound-a -·.---we ig'ht wi. Weight.lling Lcc kLnq block. TM 9..8!. Wi til Emp.in...

..r igger is pulled. ~..:lI f lr ...ng. ·-----------.ec t' -l... ------- --""'. This Ls known as the func~ioning cycle or cycle _of ope·r a t ion • -c .-f) ~ 48.------·----5 . the recoil spring expands. however.t r .he a. (1) ...ty' I' ----Notched bar" dove'tat led to . Each time a cartridge is fired.. A magazine containing ammunition is placed in the The slide is pulled fully to the rear' As the and the weapon e.... - Basic Tr ig9'er L.ded into eight steps: feeding. fire.. The same cycle of ope r a t ion cone Lnue s tJnti 1 t.ng po'w'd'e r g.. weapon is ready to fire again... . eJ..l.inq .. t rae t' .. extractin9 the cartridge case from the chamber and ejecting it from the continues slid.. -Si. the parts inside the weapon function in a given ozd e r. .. chambering. locking..ase s to escape from the before the unlocking is completed~ Locked The bat tel then un toeks fro. --------- . it from t'he magazine and pushes The hammer rema ins in the is ready to (-4) The weapon f i res one round eaeh time th. -----..-------. -· In. forcing the slide forward...mmunit ion is expend'ed •... • » Rear Sight.. the locking the barrel and slide together~ The 1-3 - --- .. more than one (3) cocked position....in..rd move-men't. Th is permt ts tb~ bullet expand I .s...on.lide moves f'orward.. ex... .lide ..ng. Each time a cartridge is fired....oad---- Pull-~. weapon • Dur i ng th 1s rear wa. (6) At the end of the rearward movement.g f un 100 -k' .the and mu.o 6 1/2 pounds r ound s safety lever.Z zl e (5) to the rear. .1 .i.. the recoil spring is compressed. and re'leas... S&i::Z!_ (2} .-21 b.ed.. of ope r ac Lon of 'the we'apon is div.gh.. the sli~e ana barrel recoil or move a short distance ~' t0gethe~ '. . stI'ips the top round it into the chaomber.. and the hammer is cocked. receiver. any cocking....-...... Operat1. step may occur at the same time.. The steps are listed in the order in The cycle which functioning occurs.e and magazine feeds another cartridge..e t... -....m . .t Radi u·s-- Safety Features------------------Manual 9 r ip sa f@..ches hal f -cae k pas it Lon t.

o't.. forcing it into the recess on the bottom of the ac t Lon - slide and aida in faster reloading of the caliber TM 9. The stop on the follower strikes the slide stop.. 4-Inch Barrel--------------------9 2-Inoh ion .-..... bar rel).~~~~------------------------~~==~- I • .2 . ~-~--~----------~-~--------....(7) As the last round is fired..x imum Range. ta t.de by Smi th and Wesson: five' are 4.lly ..i. revolvers--three made by Equipment Datal Smi th and W.. 1.-'.0._ ----'_ -----Squal'e n..t' inch barreled..... -' .-~---------------------~---33 ounces ope rat ion» .._. _-. 11..ed chambe r -----_ RQ 2-Inch Barrel------------~~-~----7 1/4 inches 4-inch Barrel---------------------30~5 ounces Length of Barrel--------------------2 in6hes/4 inches Ve lac i ty~-----'...imum Effective Range-----45 meters (2.....fe..05.... -'_'..38 service revolvers and two by 8m! t... .... -_ ....38 Sy:s tern of Weight--~------.._ -.. .--_ ..e'I..he m....B68 meter s 4-Inch B~rrel------~---~----992 meters Max.-------.inch..l! tary police .....[ ---!""' ..REVOLV.. For additional information on the technical .. _...-' ....LI:BER i n.. '_--' Caliber------~--~----------~~--~----------O... One is a 2-inch barreled.. 2 ...~- - ~'.operated saf'e't'l' Basic Load--.rrel--.... ~38~a.. ..-..-. 1/ 4 inc he s 9 inches =-.OOO per equars inch Ma. the magazine spring e~erts upward pressure on the magazine follower. Ro'ta ted cham... a.. -.d·eo the . rounds -18 Ruge.e~sson Caliber-~-------~-~--~-----~-~~----------~a. '2-Inch Ba.e a t'es lock ing the 81 :i.ber La ng' t h-...38 c'.rear t tha't t..... bar r eLed inch r evol've'l 5 are llsed by av iatot's . ............. _ ....ER by CA.....aga z i ne . -""" --'..45 pistol see 1-3 • II .......en Sa.h and 'Wesson. aspects ...-1. --..'. ~38-calibet Rug...t'i' Features ---No manua...I is empty Th is and I NOTE.. .. in use There are six basic caliber the Army... --------.. The 4.and m. The 2~ in'en barreled revolver is used mainly by Army eIC and counter intell igence personnel.50 f'e e t pe r second Barr~1----~~---------------26~Sounces 1/4 inches Muzzle Energy------------------16. 60 meters (4·inch barrel) Front sight------~~-~----Fixed lIS-inch serrated ramp Re ar s i 9 h t..di...9 ...38 inches Length= Sys tern of Ope rat We~9ht= NUl Z le .al iber t'evolve... ...

l-.mme'l' and f if i"9 pin" allowi ng the hammer to st. per squ. ...... .i. -----. " t i k l (a) back.block ~ allowing .rom the transfer bar to the... Muz.. weapon is cocked ... --9.he ha..... " . -~--------------------~-------Fixea F~atures--~--------No manually operated i ng s 1ngle-a... Safety b. (a) .. the ham...mer rests d1re'ctly on the fr ame and .. pressure on the trigger allows the from the ·tt i9ger and the hammer to sear fall • ~o escape ... ! downward..n.. the hamme r is groove safety "••. .OOO ..--4 Lnches .t.. _ .---.Y.et on the The ....·e r S Max irnum Ef feet i ve Ra nge -------..Maximum Ra nge.50 feet per . striking the cartridge primer.. pivots the haln:~er block !: Ruger..d. l'- .--9 9 2 me t.... 'The tr igqer hand (Smi th and Wesson) or pawl extractor/ejec'tor (Ruger) pivots and engages The cylinder stop (Smith and Wesson) or latch (Rugel') pre'vents "the cylinder from making more than one-sixth ot a revolution each time the por t ion . 1-5 ...r ly full-cock position...firing pin. Wesson: Pulling the tr igger lowers hammer...-...re inch - Rear S19ht . and the sear engaged the hammer. The' cy1 inder stop/latch wi thd raws from.. the cyl inder as the tr ig'ger moves. (3) pin • the 'transfer bar remains below the fir lng' .co... ~ (2) tr ig'ger is aqueezed. When the trigger i8 squeezed and held to the rear I the transfer bar passes force f. t L i .atch.eat.c t ion. ( 1) Basic Lo.! th and..-_·-.le Veloclt... L I • . :"'-------------. When fir the full-cock pulled notch in the Sm.r ike the ·i I firing pin.. .s eng.d-------~-------------~~~-~--------18 rouna~ Operation. If the trigger is not held to the r...-.inued the When fir ing double-act.of the cyl inder" the r.. Cont...he bammer to fall..Ie... striking the cartridge primer~ ( b) the r ebound slide Smith and Wesson:: When the trigger is squeezed. (b) Ruge~~ pullin9 ~he trigger raises the transfer bar Into the fit lng' pos i t10n between t.. ..ion... ra'! sing the hammer to nea. --. Th.ages the sear. :'i l ~ · Le n·gtb Of Ba r: re...."'· . -------. -------6 0 metar s Froht Sight-------------------------------Fixed blade Muzzle Energy----------------~-16.----------...

r i99. rear'war'd f if ing sto~/latch as st.The cy.nues.ca 1 TM 9-100 5-226 . note h ~ i't II t'rigger slips off of the cylinder ·con·ti.g and TM 9-1005-205-14&P-la 'tec'hn i. . the t..: the w.e"g tR'e' nex't.be r .e'spo.t i onel in fo.n fires o'nly whe..er the Ruger..l i nde r t.op/latch must 'NOTES = l~" In remain I:f the trigger is pulled all the way back.rm. 14 _. 2 .alls" the weapon will noe fire. 1 .~.n add.nd Wesson...er - on the aspec'&.he·n eng ag. In fir ing the' Smi 1:11 . the tr igge't' is released.at ion o. Po r f.38 see all the way back till the hammer falls..I .f the cal i. before' the 'hamm.

I.1'-: sece t on I .'. .l ts.-3 ~ GRIP 'The w~apo'. l~ PHASES OF TRAINING Marksmanship ~raining is divided into two phases: preparatory marksmanship training and range firingf Each phas~ may be diYid~d into separate instructional step6~ All marksmanship training must be progressive.N'.I..i r e . an objec~. B-AQ'I:C.HAPTEl.n. ~ ".'·' '-G T~: .R..N~'S"~H'In 2.".A. resu..' M'A~'fivS. . A firm.~ ~-~'.o'l or r evei ver is to an enemy at close range with quick.t ions. " " ".: .'t engagement~.g and correctly applying the elements of marksmanship.. 't o o Trigger squeeze. Combat marksmanship techniques should be practiced after the basics have been mastered~ The maLn uae engage f. POS. the pi9&." "._ '~S'.N.. Breath Targe.ace' the finger' in point ing at grip must be applied to 2-1. accurate 0'£ Acc:ur ~. of the hand repl. C. It should. 2 MAR ' '~:".n must and at'm + the weapon.M". ~'K ~SUJi.. is one of the most important fundaroenta'ls of quick fire. AimIng.am knowin." ~'f)l\INI. uniform A proper grip become.P H . . The elements are= 0.'te shoot ing of combat pistol or revolver marksmanship o o Grip. an eJ[tensi'o·n. fc.' .i. control~ o 2.


the at,['onghand (f ir ing hand) (see Figure 2-1) • Place the weapon in the V with the front and rear

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the thumb of the fir In'g hand to rest alonqs ide the wea,pon Without pressur e ~ Gt ip the weapon tightly until tne hand begins to tremble; relax until the trembling stops. At this point, the necessary pressure for a proper grip has been applied~ Place the tri9ger finger on the ttigqer between the tip and second joint so that

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the cup and saucer grip. Grip the firing. band as described in ~ara'g'·r.·a a,.ab .• ·p-h· . ,·.,ove Pl ace ~'h ~ _ ~"e nonfiring hand under the firing hand, wrap~ing the

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The firer raises his arms to a fir in9 po.ent.. The s'up:po. sight in the rear sigbt~ rear sight and is in correct alignment with the eye" Fo.operly on a dis. find • I I I . of A.it 2. I'elaxed pos i tion practiced.st.-. to tension to apply. The top of the front sight is level" with "the top of the Aiming 1$ sight alignment cent~r the front. the firer adjusts b.. The firing arm is fully extended with the elbow and the right amount locked.ell ! .ining his gr.fo'I" - to.he weapon from h 1.en he opens his.ad.ile mainta..5 • _.r correct sight a1 ign'm.or hold ir'l9 and This is the moat fir ing the 2.ignment and .. He grip.2:-'S).8 ha.. the fi re r must raises or lowers the top of the front sight so Is level with the top of the rear sight. for ward PI' e':$$ ur e' wi th the firing hand and pulls rearward with the nonfiring hand ~ith equal pressure. the firer to determine and use his natural point of aim once he sight alignment has $ufficiently weapon..tant ta.iment. the same wh. Th.s i tjon and appl ies i:som@tr Ic tension~ Tn is.ead.ip and s eance f he closes his eyes for three to five seconds~ He then opens his eyes and checks for proper sight picture. Natural poi'nt.plying t.tural po1.rting t The..Ll the s igbt. Si'g:h t al ig nme nt is the' cent.he 'gr ip.4 • AIMI'NG a~ and sight placement (see F I 9'u r e .[get ~ Wh.e firershould check his 9 X' ip fot' use of his na. the weapon and. This creates an isometric force but never so much to cause the firer reduc.. t e commonly known as t..im Th. the fir @r ad j us ts h 1s --s t"a no e to compe nsa te . .r Lc Tension. a hand result.5igh.e's wr ist I:s'omet.is enables. missed d. :f. "T"I . f iter of isometric must e~pe[' . the 'we~pon and sights pr. tr~'lnble.e in the rear sigh t noech . eyes. when the .t placement lema in alma. The firer repeats tb is process unt. I l i I maintaining 1"" weapon stability Isometric tension is. al.. If th e is d18tur~ed.d reap.er l n9 '0.£ the front bl.nd an. NO'T'E" _ .. It the point ot aim is disturbed..he 'push-pull method .f ire r a.nt of aim.i ring target c6uld I should exe rt tbe same pressure nonfiring hand~ If it does not.is 91: ip to compensate by remov'in:g t.pplie s.ies reoo I 1.. ~ bar r eL rise Th is from st. . ! I arm is bent ~ith the elbo~ pulled downward. He . as the The' f.

the firerts bullet will miss the point of aim by about 15 inches at a range of 25 meters.le..f ies CORRECT alGHf AUQ'NMINT Figure 2-5" C9r r eo t sight picture.g. sight.gt.re' 2. 6. COrteet sigh.igh t al ig-nment and .of the target.ali·g'nment can only be maintained through focusing on the front sigh~. This Si.r ive to control red to as the t. is essential for accuracy because of the short sight radiu~ of the pistols and r evo Lve ra .ances" Therefore the last focus of the eye is always on the f rortt.ue.ght II -. 1f a 1/10-inch error made in aligning the front sight in the rear The 1/ Ln-Lnch er cor in 81gh!: alignm. limftsof area movem'snt I the wobble area through proper breath tr ig'ger s.ght alignment whi i. For examp.ent is more important than sight placement. The firer's bullet will hi~ the target even if the sight picture is partly oft center but still remains an the ta.ere.5}.(get Th. 150 times~ magnified as the range increases--a~ 25 meters it im ma'gni.ing.e t. Since it is impossible to hold the weapon completely still.t .s th'e' weapon (see . the firer must apply trigger squeeze and maintain correct s i.ra.Figu.p The f.eze. placerment is the post t ioning of' th.s i tion.e weapon IS sights in relation to the target as seen by the .fore" sigh t al iqnm.ent Sight alignment is. A correct sight pictbre consists of correct sight alignment with the front sight placed center mass of the ta rge e • The eye can focus on only one. wobble natu. and gr i. sight ~ When the front slg'ht Is seen clearly.f irer when he. the rear sight and target will appear hazy. aim.b.he weapon is moving in and ar ound the center . object at a time at different dist.i rel' of the wea:pon is refer must . c. po.l control.

.re·spt ratory pause . Breath control.i·m In comba e .the· front sight wn ile applying proper trigger squeeze will help the firer resist the urge to jerk tht tri99~r'and anticipate the actual m'om.g point wh ile o. h..i n a steady holds.-----0 .feels any di. lets a little out until I· simple.. d.teatb ing. I.. fl. aaUEEZE "FlU_III IN OU\_)'T .IPrMTORY PAUle HOLD .ent the weapon will fire..scomfort from not breathing.. The . Trainers . must be dong while aiming and squeezing 'While the procedure demonstr'at ion 1s must learn to bold his breath properly at'any time during the br~athi'nq cycle if he wishes to a ttain accuracy tha.( see· Figure . Maate. This ...o·t e.~--_ ----- ••• _. requires pr act. the firer must learn to hold his breath at OUT IN OUT . It is diffi- presented.ha Ie. I and supervised pr ae ti ce To hold the breath properly the firer ~akes a breath. ·the fire r should be ta ug h t to I n.y. :.s br e at. BREATH CONTROL . shot must then be f 1red be:fore he . at a single tar9~tl firing -~~---- ---- .- 1n9 . . . cult sight comfortablel pas i tion keepin·g the front ·at a prec ise aimin.lce .at ion. exhale nor··mal1..REATH • HOOT \ Figure 2-6.. FOCUS - .. The firer it requires explan.t will serve . and then fires. and hold hi..._ ••••• ._ •• __ ..t r I I .~hould use cancur~ent trainirig 'stations or ~av~ fire ranges to enhance proficiency of marksmanship skills.h at. ~ ... lets it out. ( 2-5. The r e f. ~hen inhales normally.ight alignment. Wbe·nmul·t ipl... ·then..ty of tr igger squeeze and s.on . the moment of the na'tural . the trigger.2 6'.e tar'gets are to ma inta. IN NATURAl.

""GGIIli. . squeeze causes more misses than an.ammer falls.rocess. hammer will fal17 thus.eapon at the precise time the sights align with the Th isis u. N'ov ice firers 2-8 disturbing the sight alignment until the weapon. NO"X'E: Sae pr oblerns in t. of t.7. or free play I is taken up first. resul t ing in a bad shot. If the tr igger is squee·z.Y other step o. par ag r aph b. /\ J lau.he trigger finger in applying increasing pressure on the trigger straight to t~e rear.e aim be ing dIsturbed before the builet leaves' the barrel o'£' the w'ea. Steath control must be practiced during dry-fire exercises until it ~becomes a natural part of the fit ing p. The tr igger s Lac k . or multiple Breath control. 2-.is caused' by t:h. f i r e s .f preparatory marks·mansb.any part of the breathin9 cycle (see Figure 2-7). TfttGClER IQUE. .arg e·t eng 8g eme nt.IZE J 2-6~ IN OU " v . Flinching is an automatic human reflex caused by anticipating the recoil of the weapon. without Tr iggar . and the squeeze is continued steadily unti 1 the h.ed pr'o'per iy" t:he firer wi 11 not 'know exactly 'when the sque..ip. Poor shoot ing .ing the tri9ger ot flinchln9~ A Slight off-center pressure of the trigger finger on the trigger can cause the weapon to move and disturb the firer~s sight alignment. o·f the f iter jerk.1II IHOOT Figure 2-1. Jerk in'g is an ef'for t to fire tbe W'. targeta~ firing at timed TRIGGER SQUEEZE a. he does not tend to flinch o r heel.pon ~ the resul t.sual1y Improper trigger target .eze is the independeRt movement.

ard movement o.he finger even afte'l t. Ttl is .improves· a firer1s ability to.. missed target. 4. the s'tr ike of the bullet will be to the le ft...easing pressure on the hand grip. expertise target engage~enta.of applying pressure to the left~ (With left-handed firers. the round trigger too loon after ~he round has been fired results in an unoo~trolled shot.. when fired in double-action ma. I ! I 2-9 i.r i.he tr igger finger should contact the trigger between the tip of the fin:qer to the secona joi'nt (without To apply cor reot - or the leng th of trigger flnger..ot to .'... during.. Releasing the .en f ir'ed. .g in... \... (2) The soldier who is a bad shot tries to ·catoh his target as bis sight eli-gnment moves past the target· and f i.___ -.e target center as possible and continues to squeeze the trigger with . He must also practice the. right but increase finqer pressure straight to the rear Only the tr-igger f1.he firer's weapon.. 1s S~SO 12433 pounds~ is I I . The firer must cone t nue the r'earw. closed. is due to the normal hinge action ..as near lyon tb. the weapon at that instant This is called ambushing..must be trained to overcome the urge to anticipate recoil~ Proper application of the fundamentals will lower tbis tendency~ c. move the trigger finger straight to the rear wit~out cramping or incI. trigger in each mode to develop in sin91e~action and double-acti6n The firer must be aware. perform this action. NOTE= .eze t t.. causiR9 A. which causes trigger jerk..Ad After Follow-through is the continued effort of the firer to maintain sight alignment before. . d..pping.. incr:easing H pres.he weapon fires . Dry-fLr~ training. squeezing fir In. thereby are as in the f i. .ng:er must. I pounds.ngers on the r 19ht hand g. h.[es..sure unbI 1 t. When touch ing the weapon a'nywhere els@.. it is . .f t. tr i9'ger sque. the'y hinye or piv. this action is to the right~) The firer must not apply pressure left or the left.i ngers. (l) ~he firel ~ho is a good ahet holds the sights of the weapon . If pressure from the trigger finger is applied to the right side of the trigger is made' depends on the f. Where eone ae e t.'S be. when fired in the single-action mode.as f I ted.de he The tr igger aquee ae of the M9 pistol.he I'QUna nD.of the mode.

targ. so Ld i e r fir: So tIe a.f irer can cor reet.d sigh.kneeling. r n s h. reaction may cause him to tighten his muscles during or j~st before the hammer falls.t..rge.erking the 'tr igg'er A firer who has had problems with jerking the trigger tries to correct the fault by tight@niA9 the bottom of the hand. He may fight the recoil by pushing the weapon downward in ~nticipatin9 or reacting to its firing.f aim A good method to show the firer that he is anticipating the receil is the ball-and-dummy method (see paragraph 2-16).e'rses and acquires the next tatgetl aligns the sigbts in the center of mass. t Re co i 1 An tic i pat 1. All of the ..0' n • Whe'n a. he shifts back to the firs~ and engages it~ Some problems in target engagement are as follows: a• ta shoot I he may begin to ant i. The closest and mos. especially when the soldier is learning to use a flasb sight picture (see par a'9 r aph 2.he rounds wi 11 not hit thE:.t.r..o.c ipate recall.eling is caused by a firer tightening the large muscle in the heel of the hand to keep f tom j.le taj!. focuses on the front sight.he g'oQ.2-7~ To TARGET ENGAGEMENT method discussed be fired at in paragraph t....r squeeze. 2-'B.9).av.2-10 .[ rect.@ . by knowing and apply i ng CO. Th is..t r the fi rer applies 2-6 when multiple 1. or crouch position. In either case I . 'Tn is e'ngage a single ta. The f ir e r "the'n. 'POSITIONS The qualificat.S commonly' . and fires~ The firer ensures his firing arm elbow and wrist are locked during all en9agements~ If the firer has missed the first target and has fired upon the second target. hand side Heeling.argets are engaged.ion course is fired from a standing. applies trigger squeeze. t. er r ors of the The . Th is may c.'t dangerous multiple target in combat ia engaged first and should wi t'h two rounde .... which r~sul~s in a heeled sbot~ Heeling causes the strike of the bullet to hit high on the firing ii shooting t r ig'ge'.th.! po 1nt . ze fer red to as a ~o1Jb. jerk occurs when the soldier sees that he has acquired a good sight picture at center mass and ~snaps~ off a roun~ Trigger Jerk.t picture' Ls lost. B.et. be fore Trigger become a problem.

move for'Ward (see ang La .. Lon. F i. firing positions described below must be practiced so they beco·me na t ur a1 -moveme nts . .. Hold the upper arm close to the body. the. wea. a.. pistol . ion s • Assumin'9 cor rect fir in9 pos i tions ensures tha t sold ier. 'I ~ - r I .l at t a i nme. Pistol'-Ready forearm - allow for a steady' aim position..pon . a 450 :In t.. n t 0 f co r r ect. d uri ng qual if 1cat i on and combat firing. ASsuming a proper pos i t. Though these positions seem natural.he pi stol-readY point J t I ..ion to is critical to survival . 2... practice sessions must be oonducted to ensure the h a bit u a.. hold the weapon in the one-hand grip.I" .gute 2-8.s can qu ickly assume these post t ions wi thout a conscious effort~ Pistol marksmanship requires a soldier to rapidly apply all the fundamentals at dangerously close targets while under stress. fir i ng po sit.[eady peal t ion.. } . center as you.-11 . and the toward Figure a t about target 2-8) • P'osi t..

c.at may nO~rb~ time for aim. g' St and i n.ov'er. .g. 'L i n.is.po.suppor t (s.s. The wrist and elbow of the firing arm are locked and pointed toward target center~ Keep the body straight with the shoulders Standing Without (see Figur~ 2~9). position Support.i .no. F i .-lO).a. ._.·__ I -r·. used as the main support. Res. pas it i on wi thou t .g s'ta nc e to - ground but tacks. Face the .t. slightly forward of the buttocks.t the body w'ei-ght on the he'el and toes.'ha't will of B.ng from to es.t assume a pQsi. about shoulder width~ Extend the firing arm and attain a two-hand grip. NOTE: sold ieF him During combatf.s available C• cover. above the elbow on the knee OOit used as the ma in body support ~ only the firihg side knee as the main .bl"1:sh b.t iori~~.t ion ~ In t. under the Knee. 2-12 .t.ee F.b~ target Place feet a comfortable distance apart.ther~ to sold I e r to .91:f~ion may r.ed ..natur'~al-'poin.h e k rt eel i ng po s i t ion.aJlapt his Fir i. allow a e..(1_ - U. 1 i ng Po ....igure 2. Rest the nonf ir ing arm just. v« r t ically p'Lac e the foot. ~upport.equ.i r e th.' e_ 2-.

g·htly I and i . Use the two-band. I I Figure· dll 2-10. Figure· 2'-11. sli. Crouch Position. and lock the firing arm elbow and wrist'to ensure solid arm control... ..._ firing arm. Crouch pos i tion . .I... Kneeling po s I e Lon .ed gr Lp for fi r 1n9.2-13 .. .... ... Extend the - .... Use the crouch position when surprise targets are engaged at close range (see Figure 2-11) ~ Place the body in a forward crouch (boxer' s s.tance) with the knees bent..~ .

L..!I'-X 'E.lnce . front prone position. c . LOck.nq arm.ex ample.-._ for.e or wa11 to Stand behind a Use ava."to So. Place the feet naturally in Ii..•• .body w~ll aut'o'm-atica'l-l'y .t 10n ~ cove r fo r s. I barricade with the firing side on line with the edge of the barricade.lon I.a.'-_" th'18 pOS 1 .'. .he .round for single...j.s l.@ and beh ind t. i 9 h t .t ca.t the but t of the weapon on the.t.. with Lie flat on the ground.le· forward until the toe of the boot touches bottom of the barricade.uppo r t-. well-aimed shots~ Wrap the nonfiring hand (f' lng-ers.lab..t-h. Keep the head down between .. . 2-14 the 'Dar r Lcade . at high Res.e .i et on With suppo r e .) ar ound the fingers of the fit in. and lock the wrist and elbow of the firing arm~ It is important to consistently train with . crouch under conditions of stress such as combat..' . stand behind (see Figure 2-13) Stand ing' Poe._'.'9 ~he firing be slightly ~nlocked 2-t2) ~ Extend arms in ' arm lQcked~ The arms may arms as much as pass ibl.._'.. ..he weapon. Place the knuckles of the the non~iring fist at eye level against the edge of a 'tr..d t.'.nonf if ing side the 11.ac a f'aster .r'ga target. the elbow and w'I'ist of the f. .i r i. _ 1_' __.. It is a l. g.a pos it ion tha tallows ano t h'er step to'w'a r'd the '. e~ the target (see Figure have to targets.the foot on the . FigurE! f~ 2-12 I prone po.pos i tion from which to cnanqe direction of fire.'" .i.._ t a..-en __ t'. Move ..0'_: w ar. facing for firing hand~ Face forward.t' -d -he weapon 5.. trunk bent forward from the hips to give faster recovery from recoil.

.ing Suppar ted or vehicle for s~pport--for L knee and place the foot (nonfiring side) flat on (see Figure 2-14) ~ Place the firing-side knee on the ground.a i t ion wfth auppo r t * 9• Rne.Pas·! t.e·l. '. . Figure 2-13. .ion * us·e ava i Lab Le .. rocks. Kneeling supported..I.t s·t and i ng po.. -. Figure 2-14. . Bend the other cover example. use a low wall. 2-15 ..

level an~~ ubt. . Hand . Ma~ing' t.s sights on the center of mass~ focuses on the front sight. eye coord.is nb't the first round fired thAt ~wins the engagement. .. at an sine.. : Sect1.ow to best v I sed.fir ing' a.on-f 1 ring elbo'w o:n th'e I I" ~he nanf i r in'g arm -'8 I d.er s ._tc'i.rget becomes E.[-ly proi.i. . 2-'901 a.st be . ~'. object.ni..re 'na.ina. It is usually a learned skill obtained by practicing the use of a flash sigbt piqture (see pa£&graph b is n:ot . . the .onah Lp betwe'en instinctive ability for all soldiers..'er pr actices r a i s ing the wea'pon to eye. Rest hand around n.ip i he .t~wate of this trait and learn II b.~ining a flash sight picture. the .of ic i.Hand-and .ng enem:y..ur:al the relat i.'.t h. nd .~nat1'on .g - .' r • ' own-en . arm.~f ..m. be.tea .et. foref!ng. po1nti.sely super- c01'ffba . Wl: is t and el'bow o'f the fir i ng the ground.en-c.Ofl\b. jus t above the support plaoe the nonfiring the .he enemy I the only' exception be! ng if this.Y . 'I pistol range with marksma.. -' Everyo'ne. ta.ts by. t. The more a Sio.~bil i t.'.8 .' POc. to ad\'.f mar ksm. j r ..r:gets in <Ii can achieve 'U:se it.!I~.ng~~:1. 'has bne abil i t.y eleva.e' poin~.the-· f'undao.la.f or rev'olver is eo engage the ene'my' .tiC'" poi nt. and applies proper instinctively on the center of any ob8erved~ After the object is sig.r at an object and :'.the two are n aeux a). pr.the weapon.' tb~. Ex't"e'f'd arms alongs ide a.tQ a pli.enloy coord inated sold ie. t ." ' '- (2) The eyes focus Qbject firer ali9ns hi.s e.s a so ld ie r becomes pr of Ic I en tin . rn sho.xtie'nd'in.at c Loae quick".l'uls:old'l.y and tea...SMARS8IP men'tala the technique. aiccurate fice. "oif. a Eye coo rdr nat ion ~ ion (1) .' " . . soldier.nd brace them a'9'ainst ava ila. ~.hted.bl'e cove r . .ching·.elow). ' . it .nced of co'mbat I e ncount.rd a target are much t.v'entlJally.'would place the weapon within arm's reach of the enemy. . and ta..: TECHNIQUES OF FIRING "I i . .ngag ing'_ t.progresses.~e sa:me J..".. Lo~'k the.rm. '"towa.toward the t.lng clo.oting..he c. but '\he first accurately fired lound~ The soid l.a.o.e the~flst to knee.on Af te I' COMBAT MARK.o app'iy':it 'when firing! results in succes'.sights.n...ansh.e o.-' .atural.tng' tbe.m hg!w.er' a:war'.a n... -..t..arg.tnt so that t~e soldier can accuratelYiengage targets in the dark~ Each soldier 1\iU.er sbould use bis s ig'hts when e.nsbip The main U8.

the feature on the object on which his eyes are focused..g ing . The quick-kill (or natural poin.ly engage· tar'gets ~ Th is i. Sight picture.. is brou9h t up e l. Initially..roper pos i tion ~ When the eye. fir ing' Tbe weapon should be held in a two-h~nd gr ip.. the target througbout points The eyes must re~ain fixed on some part of firlng~ po ints - (.t raises t. unto i 1 hoth arms ar e at r ai gh t The.and the hammer falls as the flash sight picture is confirmed. !.ro. his point of . and arm also point It is this inherent trait that oan be use'd by the soldier to rapidly and accur ate.s ate.. This is for engaging an enemy at less than 5 yards. ! I • .s ~s used It is used only to get a full when enga. the firet can imagine th~t there is a box between him and the enemy. when there is no time awailable si'ght ing.hod should .o th 1s II.nstinct is t.inst incti vely at called hand~and-eye b..center of tri996r squee~e. hand.. shi fted to a new object or feature.maS8~ l I Most crippling or killing hits resul t f.t of aim) method does not always ensure a first-round hit.rn maintaining t. As the sold ie.he weapon. the finger. . An impulse from the brain causes the arm and hand to stop when the finger reaches the sh ift ~ he .. and he is thrusting the weapon into the box. to eye level.o se to the body until it reaches chin level ~nd is thert thrust f orw a.r-d. The tr igger is smoothly sque e z:ed'to the rear as the elbows straighten out . unit~ In thrusting the weapon forward. A compromise between a correct sight picture ~nd the quick-kill method is known as a flash sight p ic. Flash coordlnatiQn~ l I ~.ture. but not necessarily up and down. It. this as proficiency be practiced lncxeases • slowly" 9aining speed c. the firer has little time to ensure a correct sight picutre.focus swi tches from the enemy to the front sight. met. ..3) When a sold ier l IL L p.t Quick-Fire Point Shooting. Thi.uir·ed. which ban be aim~d as a I! . ensuring th~t the front and rear sights are in proper alignment left and right. usually when engaging an enemy at pistol/revolvet range$. arms and body form a triangle. d. Qu1ck-Fi re for night. It is ~lso useful an enemy at 5 to 10 yards away.he focus on the . Pressure is applied to the ttigger as the front sight is bei-ng acq. I ..


2 -·1

Th·e· f1.r- ing pos I t ion is the same as for qui~k.-f ire po·.1nt abo·ot ing.. The, .s.lghts ar e _a.. 1.igne.d left and' right to save time, but not up and down .. The .f irer must determine in 'pt'act ice what the sight picture wi 11 look 1 i.ke and where the front sight must be aimed to hit the enemy in the


se ,



of marksmanship When a soldier fires a round at the enemy, many times he will not know if' he hi this 'target, Therefore, t.wo rounds should be f i rsd at t.he target." Thisis called a double tap. If the enemy continues to ~ttack, two more shots should be plaeed in the pelvlc area to break the body's support structure, causing the enemy to fall.


In close combat,
a.ll of the


is seldom

time to precisely

2 ....11.


Traversing' 360,0 In close' c'ombat, t.be enemy may be attac·k.!·ng from all. sides.. The s,oldier ma.y not have ti'me t.o const.antly change h.i s post t ion to adapt to new s 1 t ua t; ions Th e pu rpos.,@· of the crouching or kneeling traverse 360· is to fire in any direct i.on wi thou.t movtng' the feet Th.e firer r emains in the croucb pos i t .ion wi th .fe e·t a.I1llost parallel to each other~ The following instructions ·ar·s for a r ight-h.!I.nded fir,er. The two-ha.nd


grip is

at all times except for over the right shoulder. Turning will be natural on the balls of the feet.


Over the Ie ft arms bent.

upper body points to

more than

Figure 2-15) = Th.e is turned to the left, the weapon the left rear ~ith the elbows of both The left elbow will naturally be be:nt the right elbow •


Th·e (2) .T~avers in'a t.o the left (.se;e Figure 2-16): upper body turns to the tlght, and the right

s 1igb.tly
( 3}


i ng a.rm stralghtens



The left

arm will


sing tot he fro n t { e e Fig ur e 2 -11). = ~ .5. upper body turns to the front as the left arm
s t.ra ightens

T. r av e r


out ~

Both arms wi 11 be straigh





, :"

(4) Traversing to the right (see Figure 2-18) = The upper body will turn to the right as both elbows bend ~ T.he r ig'ht, elbow wi.ll naturally bend more than the Le ft.a



l II...






Traversing over the left



shoulder .

Traversing to the left ..








to the front ..

Figure 2-18~

Traversing to the right.

_ ..


(5) Traversing

to the rigbt rear {see Figure 2-19} = The upper body conti~ues to turn to the right unt i 1 it reaehe s a, po,int ,that;, it· cannot. go fur ther comfortably. Eventually the left hand will have to



be sho·o·t i.ng



the fist q.r ip and the firer t.o the r igh t rear wi th th·e· t i-ght


Figure 2-19.


to the right

. •. 1

~he unsupported kn,eeling po.s i t.ion is useQ·. ITh•. rear foot mu'st be positi-oned to the left ol~f the, front·

hands are ln a two-hand grip at all tim.s.

Kne·eling· 3600 Tr aver ae , The following instruct ions are for .r i,ght-hand.ed firer,s·..






The uppl~~n; -boay tur ns to a comfo,rt able.~ pO:S,it,~on toward, 'toe .Le ft. The weapo,n i,$ aime.~··t9' ·the' left. Both .el.bows ar.e bent wi tb the le f tel:bolw nat,~r ally be nt mOl, th.·an the right elbow ~ '(.'

av,ersl ni

t,o the




Figure r,2-20) :,


2.-21): The is, tU,l'ned to the· front, and· a. standard unsup·Po,t.'ted kneel ing poa Lt Lon is ,assumed.. IItU:~ r 19ht. fir ing a,rm is straigbt, and, t.he lief t ,elbow is· sl'lghtly bent.
(see Figure

Travers,ing upper ,body


t'h,e fx-ont

(3) Traversing to the right side (see Figure 2-22):, The upper body turns ,to the right as both armS straigh ten out



Traversing to the left. The direction of the kneeling position has been reversed. to the r ea r . The r igh t knee is 1 i ft...eling .. I L . kneeling. th·e rig h t .. . while the left arm is bent. Figure 2-20... The right arm is straiqht.. ground 01· (see Figure 2~23): The upper body continues to turn to the right as the left knee is turned to the right and placed on the and becomes the forward knee.. .ed to the rear o·ff the ground - . front I Figure 2-221 to Traversing kn. Figure 2-21. Traversing to the kneeling .e.. T'ravers ing .(4) Traversing . kneeling. Figure 2-23.

L OAD I NG 'TEe Htil I Q rJ'..e' . m'~g..raight unti 1 it r e ache s a poi nt that it cannot comfortably to furthef~ Eventually'..eovered t.22 .ed ·p. ~----- ---~~~~~--------------------------------------------------------------- .1d.y ma9azi~es-6ack into the weapon~ The stress state induced by a life-threatening situation causes sold I e r s to do th ings 'the'y would not. ii nt ng .a{z-i. fist grip. and the firer will be firing to the right with the one-hand grip. C-Ol~tB..t. Traversing 'kneeli·ng.:t a we apon by the.Method Tn i s :2·. II ) 2 .·dis. C·.~S Reload. ·'Tt ai " me t hod c a.famili ar ~it. r e 1e ased from the.n be ta. Both elbows are st... b. ave r 100 k..h .sl'm.i'r'il'f9 i:1\ all five directions.. o.thelw1se do ConsistentJ repeated training is needed to avoid such mistakes. p1ac in. 24J:.he. continues to the r iqh.t. i119" .s. body The upper to the new right side (see Figure Figure 2-24.ugh't.rs w~~te be i nq killed du~ .(5) Traversing :2.to dropping of magazines.ulati ng a t'wO-'~lam:... gE 19" The f i rer s. a. 'we: s an.f:.old i·e.. the le f t hand mus t be.od. sh~king hands. a nywhere wi thou. f~ r~t' . 12 .A~: RE.r'"obl em for: rnany y'e a r s unt il it ~a.nes in backward t and plac ing erop't.h. to the new right side.

e·re is more: 'trni~-.he tactical ~now which reloading·proced~re si. systems t..e uS'ed 'Tbere are to use three t i's desirable to keep the replaced m~gazine because there are rounds still in i~ or it will be iri lmmedi~te danger.--- a9 o Rapid' Re. in getting the· magaz. i.es Obtain a firm grip on the magazine.u!rtion. This caught with an empty \f.hod for arnmunti-o·n. and the reload mus t be a'ccompl i B·hed qu ic k Iy • Tao t ica 1 rel·Q·ad in'i is used. distinct d i fferenc·@· In recoil o STEP difficulty mage. These pr oced ur e s s.. However I 1t i.hdraw from the pouch whil·@ r e Le as i:ng the other magazine . towa.a.zine . Raeid.g c ruc La L time'" release when the last round has been firedl Change magazines when ~wo rounds may be left--one in the magazine and one in the chamber. tactical.ines in the STEP 1: magazines facing forward should faoe dciwn'with the bullets and to the center of the body. relo. o STEP 2:: Know when to re load. f not. coun·t the number of rounds fired.loading .t.d_ing 18 of reloading: rapid. on firing o ra~ge8~ a cons I Btent met. wt'u:rn th.. t. Place the ind~x finger high on the front of the magazine when ~ithdrawing f r·om the pouch.t.from the wea·po.e c·omba.rd This prec·lud.d..9 used . 3= is a.Q·f the the magazine belng dropped into the or o STEP 4: one-handed.zine weapon.much ..-"and it soldier·s life whe~ and the when :need ed there· 89 a i n _ is an arm inj ury'~ One -han. If this happens.hould. Use the index finger to gu.c·e time is no t need ad to the slide.ide the magazine into the magazine well.e·apon at a Reload ing is faster wi·th a round in the chambers i n.r.NOTIE..ed r·e-load 'i~q 1. there of the pistol prevents bein.ing as . ammu nit ion place your hand on the next magazine pouc h to e na ur e the r e is magaz in·e maga. pouche a ~ All' car rying ... for Ensure _the knuc kles ·of the hand are the bo"dy wh tle g·ripp.l_ Le~ the replaced magazine drop to the"groundt the . Develop maga21. o ·anoth er in the 'wi t. in clos.ine as possible . only be used in comba. Wh en pos sib le .8 possible to lose count.

.come :mixe. I! in. (1) Wit~ the .ne int.e Place ttpa' g. Hand Rela"a.. ". 'If' plac o O' o InGe~t the replacement ma9azine~ 'Wi.magal i ne I gu i.rd" NO'TE .na on th'e next magazine i' pouch to ensu. One. if ne'ces.e ing .re magazine there • ia a rema.e d ro'p. into th~ palm of the sa.. the .t "Ii '. it into o o Release Place full Pick the sl ide " if neces._n in the holster' ba'c'kwards is_a_p~ob~em.!lumb.o hold the \IIEu.ining in tbe o W1.tion 'm'aft':::lo '" :"" n' .e is forward~ or push .. ~'~ ~ '"". .o the Inse. .-8. Do no't c.s . Pla. _ -_' .['.s.c.b i.hwn.t..be slid. "..in your pouch mag.cemen t ~.m.ni. the ~a~azine well with the index finger~ Release it into the 81 id.thdra'w' t.he weapon from the hol:ert.afety 1S .w.ary.a wi th m.az i ne if time allo..he 81 id. PU$h the 'magazine release button with ON wi th the· t.1.tnd.t.sary ii - up th.gaz...u J~~.'pan. holding o nonf'i Drop the used magazin~ t' C' ~ the ' 1ng hand t which is the rep'l~ .e t-he used m.the -slide release if the slide II .i!I. 24 .f'e.fQ X' wa.a in9.2" . .hwnb if' t...e'-placement ..e well wi th the Lndex f i. ne" ' • a' -_.' 1'8 b -ac 'k . .g' t. ~ Place· your ha. place the weapon betWeen the calf and thlgh -t..er Remove the s"a.c. pocket" not bac k into the 'where it may be.ped ii:mmuni'tion tt..i ne's.'ty wi th 'the t.w the :f['o1l't the pouch.o mix it with full magazin~S.he weapo." 9 a z . a :pocke. .ng. .e..li o a.' __ ._ em~ I'm _.r t the repl.me hand o o o Insert .er.agazi._ ant.ra.mu.right hand~ o 0' .f the t...a.a9a:z I ne '9iiJ i ng id maga:zin.

a person looks d1rectly at it. POOR VISIBILITY FIRING wi t.s a .twhile looking . abrupt t irregul. . I and .e V'i.s.ity eond i t Lona .6. Whe'n art i fie ial Scanning '!!I Th is is the illumination is used. 2-13~ cult since shadows can be miSlead1~g to the soldier~ This is mainly true during EENT and EMNT (a half hour before dark and a half hour before dawn).Q the weapon in the holster backwards is a p~oblem. see itt on . since targets seem to shift without moving..y fit ing an. sho r t.f the' 81 ide is fprward~ With the ~45-caliber pistol. release o o f .e'c:rease i1:.a.pan from the magazine • holster '. 2-25 p.and poor To compensate.l' must use the three pr dnc I» furt.b.inger Push ~he magazine Ii button with the middle - 'weapon". .t. Even though the poor vis ibili t. To. I ~ e.. we.8 effect~ SQ. the wea.[ a fe'w concentrate from seconds". the hour s of dark- 'This process condI t ions the eyes t·o see dur ing poor 'visibil. or push the slide release lever with the middle finger if the slide is back.y wea.a. However.(2) With the left hand.'0. the thUl1}b must.high f backwards into the holster~ NOTE: .an obj.her weapon. ON wi th the thumb l.s.pon :Ii. be swi tched to the left side of the Place the safety o Pl~ce the weapon If placing t. ~ b~ Off-Center Visionl When looking at an object in daylight.pon is d I ff i- ples of night vision.lbilit.he weapon • 1 Insert the replacement Remove Remove 0 0 the safety with the thumb if the slid. a~ Dar k Adapt. The eyes usually need about 3D minutes to become 98percent dark adapted in a totally darkened area.to I 1'010 away he must c.e. place the ~eapon between the calf to hold t.ldi.shor t-rang..econd.y the (j.ect in darkness i..ion ness . at n i9 h t he WO'U Id se e the obj eo t only fo. the firer uses night fire techniques to engage targets.ar movement of the firer's eyea around an Obj~ct or area every 4 to 10 s.e is forward.

Gloves may require the firer to adjust his grip to attain a proper grip and proper trigger 'Wb-e f 1.tth a pi s tol or revolver.ect fi r i.ic ie:n.t ies 'The coacb ass! eta 'the firer by correcting eErOtS. (1) Checking that the-(a) Weapon is clear~dl instruction practice {e} Magazines (2) Observing (a) Takes are clean and operational.rma t ion on t.[ forms hi s du.2-15<1 : III. ensuring he takes p.coaches must have experience in pistol marksmanship above Thr-oughout pre'para.pupil method of training ehould be used. the firer's s 19 h t.ection .ends 0'0 how well his coacb pe. COACHING AND TRAINING AIDS 'r" COA.comman. pic ture wi 11 be acqul red the same as with or 'W i thou t a pr atee t.nd enSll.ey of a !pupil dep.C.nq (b) Loads the weapon properly and only on command~ 2-26 .tory mar'ksmanship training.re det.~r ng he observes i all safety precau~ions~ The criteria for seleott! that of the student firer~ b<l Duties of the coach during and record firing include. ring n und e r squee ze' <i become proficient Fi. NUCLE.NOTE.d re apona i'Oi1it:.y.. the coach-and. if appl Lcab La ..tope"r fir ing po.ai led info. fir ing in MOPP4 to S. The prof.8.AR" BIOLOGICAL i' CH.the 'o'nly lave 1 4 that may p~e$ent a problem for a firer since gloves are wDIn~. 'Fi ring in MOPPl throug'b MQPP3 levels should not be a pr6blem for the flre[~ Unlike wearing a protective mask while firing a rifle.HIHG a• i nq .c~oaches are a .RIN'G NBC cond i 't Lens wi.:: For mo. i ve mas k • MOPP is .e' corr.he thr'ee principles of night visionl see FM 21~75. - 2-14. the firer should use optical inserts.rer s should practice in NBC firing. .EMICAL FI.s i tio~.a. the firer to see that he-~ posi t ion I> th. .

...." Uto the r 19h t. ILta the Le ft.his shot cor reatly in ra.)Cample. to COnsequen'tly" he d. know f Lr e s .pan fir. ) 7 up the triggec slack correctly. face or center' whe'Ie he expected the round to hi t on the ta.r a.e -'firer doe'S no.i 9h t his sight picture r o'clock.a finger on the targe't. (3) Having several times to 2. 2-27 ..rd·. If the firer does not call his shot correctly. for e. he is not conc~ntra~in9 on sight al ig:nment.i pioture at 'the insta'nt..he shot is f ired I the firer must place ..he ball ..r To call the shot is to state i. tt tt a 11t.t call .16 iI 'BALL-AN'D-DUMM:YME.tl~' l. th.I l t 'I l Cc} Takes 2 .f! f i. a three~ring hit at B o1clock..r ing I he is not concent. the f"i r e r observes that in anticipating recoil he is forcing the weapon dow. tl:'ie. 1 the shot each time he fires quick fire and rapid fire) 9 (except for (f) Holds his breath correctly (g) (see paragraph 2-S) .' s-eye ~" If . Another method is to provide the firer with a targ~t center (pl~ced beside him on th~ firing 1 i ne} .THOD th'e 'coach loads the weapo.ng.. nd-dumm~l method helps to allev.od I -.oes not know what should 9 t.ent. He may hand the firer a loaded weapon or an empty one 'When fir ing the ~m. a four-ring hit at 3 is as he fires..o. Lowers his weapon and rests his arm when he does not fire a round within five to six seconds.rget. II h igb.itiward as the hamme-r f'alls.t igger Bight pi. ke where the bullet ng to the s.. relax if he is tense • the firer breathe deeply . ta:rg~et acco.cture sque. Thus.es ... AS soon as t. The immediate placing of the finger on the target face gives an accurate call.eze '. Lon.n for the firer •. In th i s me'th.~ty weapon.. Another method of calling the shot is the clock system--for example. wha t 11 8 i and 't.. the trigger correotly (see paragraph (d) Squeezes (e) Calla - l . I .i at e recoil a an tic ipa. Repet i t ion of t.w'~.. the wee.t ing on s i'ght al ig nm.1& as the weapon be Qo'e's not. .. t. u tt or "bu Ll. This method avoids guessing and computing for the firer.

.. ..2-18~ PENCIL TRIANGULATION 10n EXERCISE ex wi 11 not war k with an M9 pistol..each and develop correct shooting habits. This pencil should be at least 6 inches long and w r apped wi t. r.?...1) every two st uderrt s .gs :f. coaches may have students dry fire the M9 while he observes the firers to see if the front sight dips or jumps when the hammer falls. It can be conducted indoors ld t W<le h ma...ion" gr ip. 1..:c i 1·.. ...t -~ penc 11 or pointed dowe 1 point-bl. cl.9 la.orm t'wn bush ings.t It co. pencil trian9ulation exerciseA (.~~ . 8 2 -------------------------------------- - ..ape ~ Th e tape wrappin.m. It " ere 1s e ( see and properly · F19 u r e - t" or au .i· aneu _ _.. that fi t tbe inside diameter of the weapon·s barrel..sk .bines. 1· T h e pe no 1_ t t' J!.h rna....i.eared M1911Al cal i be r 145 2-25) is conducted "1 . c s exe r c 2/S LENGTH DF II£NCIt. however. ~~==:=:=::!:::::~.sight al i'g nment t i.l n9 or ce llophane t. a .S t. a ng u_ at only with an unloaded pistol. se \If:h ere . Th' Ell oe . _.ature target.ank a t a min. PO. . . and trigger squeeze into a single practical work exer c ise '" At the a·ame time t it measures the firer's performance without the effects of recoil~ Th is prac:t ieal war k is des i'g ned to t.rA-- 1/1INCH OM I!FlAII!R 'iiii ({.range f ac I 1 it ie s ar e limi ted or when weather is poor. Lead pe:ncil for one dowe 1 or 2. breathing......ke an 1·' ea 1 h-· I. --~ • 'iiP' Ii \ Figure 2-25...0'" neve rc i se consLs cs of fit ing.c:"":n ~ .

war k by the studen. e nsure a·old ier~ practice th i·s .t ksme.eu~r a. drawn.pad. driving it out of the barrel and. eraser end first. bull.causing it to make a pencil dot 1/2 inch below the bull·s-eye (if the firer bad the correct sight alignment and shooting trigger squeeze).f"i rer is pro·perly·· ·pe. The firer eentinues this e~ereiBe until he has fired a group of five pencil· marks belo~ each target.ant exercises Ttl.s-ey.ructor explains and demonstrates . with the firer's 4rm ext~nded and·the· sights aimed a~ the miniature bulll inch or the target. wh Lch in turn stI~kes .r f~rmin'9 th.ent. a.is is exercise .s.art .tamped by using th-e eraser of a pencil . .a. arid cocks the hemme r .~ct of 1 Lnch ap.nd co.a-eye for - than 1/8 Lnch and at least COnd. and should be shoulder-high to the firer.erc i se is t. the Ex·e. The bu.ts..exerc isf' m8. and ink . The· sl.he point of the pencil is wi th in 1 (2) The f·irer lnS~Its the pencil into the muzzle of the barr~l.ds the ~ .e I' t.ld.mpetiti·ve snou.·.r.rciae. targ e·t ana ta kes. . (3) He grips the weapon properly.1/2 i h d ire c t 1Y be low the of no Ii ! 2-19. The bull·s-eye sheet should be aff·ixed to a targe·t.xten.ow-f it. The inst.ll' a-eyes snould not be . pin. The· . u·p a good Th is poal t ion is close enouqh ( 1) The fir e. aims the weapon at the mlni~ture bull's-eye.larg·er sheet..i no h· bu 11 ' s'.-. With pradticel many firers c~n ~it the same maltk with thepe nei 1 'I'h is ind tea t'e s tha·~ th·e .'9 --------- -- --- .e funda·mentals of marksma·nBhip each time~ " I the e·x.2. the pencil.firer should begin by using a tWO-hand grip.• tz. The obj·ect bullts~er~. e.the rubbec eraser of.n" Coaches aa 2. squeezes ~he trigger~ and the hammer falls _" [Tne hamme.r fac es the shoo·t ing pos i tion -Ii to the miniat~re bullts-eye so when the pencil is inserted into the barrel.· or any type :Bupport.o i kes the f 1t inq.' e s«. b •. .e' is o:ne of the most import.the details of the exercise be fore pr ac t ic·al.ture e·very tiwo is tud.eet can be copied.(2) One· mini.. amat. f.' or a. progressing to ·the· one-hand grip as his skills increase.ar bo:th. SLOW-FIRE EXERCISE a dry-f ire exerc :Lse. The bull t s·-eye sh. arm.o kee'p· the five pencil marks in a group as small as the 1/8 .

Quld. J I I f . He takes in a normal breath and lets part of it out. . fi. Ii- locking throat..he weapo'n 'pointed at th~ targ.pon = 4. lib.."9 • A .t rat ic movements auring the application of trigger squeeze~ Proper app11c~tion'of trigger ~~u~eze allows the hammer to fall without th~ ~r~nt sight Coaches.nd sigb at the target.. be 8UlIm..d· up' ·by the woI'd BRA..ng sight al~9nment unt.1 the body l'nu. and rest his arm and hand~ He thep sta~ts the procedure a9ain~ Th~ action sequenoe that key makes up th.. If the firer does not cause the hammer to fall in 5 or 6 seconds..SS It is a ~rd the fire.t ip'. he should co~e to the plstol ready position..~-- . 2 .ble' TO per form the a1o'W-"f'i:re 'e:xero isre.s :ii. t mov 1.f' the fr on t.. Take picture.1n by ua ing a' two-hand g.rer should beg.small bounc i ~g moveme. takes the picture.1 ig'Rmefit and sight. Squeeze~-Squeeze the trigger straight to the rear with steadily increasing presB~r.cl~s ~ Aim . and lock the remaifiBer in the lungs a normal by c1os~ng the t~roat~ 'Ii Re. alMs sig'ht. his .i.i~ pr oce as can. t fir ing '.e.lax--Re 1a. Breathe--Take breath..tille he f't(e's his.. .ati"ng the He remainder correc't then relaxes.muc'h . increasing pre'saure until the hammer falls. Take - tt ig'ge. • l.ek .___ .nt a. and ~edb~·the eye at t~e top of the front si9ht~~ up the - .th t. think of eacb . and squeezes th~ trigger straight to the rear with steady.ow" le~t" or right).. 0 3 J .nt sl. by the direction of movement of the tront sight (h igh..d ing posltiQn wi. takes up the trigger slack...l _.il the hammer .r slack . - 'Ii - • I' c• lor e. we...as.@'ttl 'The.t.sho..1.e.CO't reet sight .sum'es the stan.17' MM The air-operated pistol 1s used as a training to teach the soldiet the method of quick fire.ID ) • I · · 2-20 ~ device PISTO~. let part of it out.. _. Sla.. s 1mul. in ~is lungs by olosing a"lignm.ogressin'g to the one-hand grip'as his skill increases.falls • • ..' ~ b. s' i9 h t i .as.9 ace @'ptab le ~ F'i r er • s q:hould ca 11' the shot.. 'pr.· AIR"'O-PERATE.. withQut d isturb.e ft'Q.. poe.. - .n t' o.gh..uld observe ttt. the firer . l.

....-: 2 "'6 _ ~_-40·'"._. the soldier can concene. After firing each shot.re f· 1 ". and to afford him more ~tactice firirig. From 15 feet.L·i~e .1ch is ideal for USAR and NO. .. because faster and accurately.r abe on fundamentals". 4. Th.ol should.. From 10 feet.. the ~177-mm air-operated Th@ OTTD (see Figgces 2-26 and 2-27) pistol~ is used with -.. the firer and coach discuss the tesults and PHASE I.to increase confld~nce in his ability. wh.· ur-IIEIIo. A range cari be set up almost anywhere ~ith a minimum of effort and coordination.·.· !' """" qulc k..CE I.. - confidence.sE II. ..lnq~·e'fi i ce . i Fig. five shots ali ·a 20 . If conducted on a standard range. t a. 2-31 __ . The same instructions apply to this exercise as for PHASE I. five shots at a 20-foot miniature E-type silhQuette.espect aeany firear'm A t. -- -- --- . make corrections~ PHA.177-mm air-operated pistol~ Due to light recoil and little noise ~f the pistol. fo.INING DEVI..e ait'-operated pist.horough explanation of the weapon and a safety briefing are given to each soldier. live firing of pistols and revolvers can be conducted along with the firing of the . rece I ve the s·ame r. .t'ge t t ·-ra i· d n. the soldier can hit a target l I 2-21. Thi s help·s bu ild.ot miniature E-type silhouette. QUICK-FIRE TARGET TRA.

r·uctions apply to th is e.-. i nst..[- 10.. as for see I and. II.type· silhouette· ~ The s~ame.' 11'!!T I' I _ 20 FIEf _.11T Figure 2-27. From 20 feet.. 112" 1/4"".11/f_. PHASE 1119 min. Dimensions for: the QTTD.ci. 2 ·I/IH 1 _.. 111/"~ . five shots at a aD-foot PHASES 2-32 ..a.ture E.i.xer...

The procedure is used to tea~h the firer to instinctively return to the first target if he misses it with his first I s hot . 2" DRUL HOLI 'OR ITEEL. D DOWN.. 7. •• a. ATTACH "'NGn TO 2X..P 011 12" METAL 'T~UPI.. W!LD METAL I"" I' TO HI NOli... D. . ...ups pos:l t i on so they canno e be' knoc ked down wben' hi t.miniature P'HASE IV. "1AI. . un l'M1 2X41MAJ . (1) This exercise' is conducted the same as the previous one. Miniature E-type silhouette for use with QTTD~ 2 ... 24" LO·Na AI Lla..LONG. III.I •• I..i'. I. istr ibut ion. FI'om lS feet.. AnACH . at two 2 a. 20FT . ("'~!HJ. AttACH TO EACH ENID OF IX4 THATII 'l~tI LONG.six shots" E-type silhouettes. _... 9. lOOt IACH END OF au THAT ....rgets and engages the same type target on the extreme left of the OTTD~ The firer again shifts back to reengage the first target.IDE 18 FREE Figure 2-28. 1.... TA"G!T STOPS W~AE _I. He then traverses between ta.DE lLOCK GUIDEIV! Iillle ONE .AIII 1X""N TO EACH "OD TO ALLOW TMIE IAR TO MOW UP .·3-3 . The targets on the QTTD ar e held in' tlie . - I l II (2) The firer first engages the lO-foot miniature E-type silhouette on the extreme right of the 'QTT'O (see Figure 2-28). oot f •.END 0' METAL . except that the firer is introduced to fired.· MAle•• TO MOViE UP AND DOWN.ILL 1/4111 HOLI! AT TO.

.ANGLE.x .... 11..:liN' X a~..... 4i!t1 .. HOAm NOlI.._. ......... . -=-:c - --!iil- Figure 2-28 •.I '. Miniature E-type silhouet~e for use with OTTD (continued) ~ 2-3... II'" --_.::: " z. -- -. -- .. .... PIIODON IACH I!ND TO AlLOW T'O I!! I 1'0 II""" I" PLACED TO ITO' MOVE. TARO!T AT U DI!GIIII! I! . 7~' WOOD ilLOCK " fl:I!OUlRED .4 . 4'" I.-- .

·_ure 2-:2e-.I_-.re E. firing three shots ea~h time~ Before f1ring the second timeJ the.~- STEEIi.u...et te on the e'xtr'e:me FIRE 2-35 . I. weapon held in the' re.rer . c.and f i. and 10 The f i. Q-'TTD..S/'"' ._u·_'r_·e- S 1 _..-=-=_ :::::::l~=_::~ =_===:::::::1 ~t . PHASE v~ (ll feet at miniature Seven shots fired E-type silhouett@8~ from 20. _-lI!!i!!I!!!Iiiiiiiililll_.....j:.·-_.. The com. . . .I I .-type' s i.reI s.. the firer a B S ume is tne crcuch pas it Lon and.omm.starts 'this exe r o is. a n.-. ---_--__ --..ve'l1 t .bauld.. I I L l I I I L .ady posi t Lon .nd" wi (given at the aO-foot line).!·_.:!' 30 feet from 'the. __ --1- Fig·.J I - I ..a. e ngag es the 20 . coach .Due tt "~ e twice."..a. ir:::::====.ut at.ormal pace th tile. Upon the..MR X .f. I~ 1/8 j..i acusa the error s m. for "lh use with QTTD (continued) ~ Ml_nla··t. min ia tu. d.o!Y' 1/1" . is g.lho. I.and the firer eJ:eps Q.de during ell The firer performs this exercise the first exercise. 15. . il!li!ii!l!iii-----1r _..foot.mand I MOVE OUT.i-ype· 1~--311111-IRN . 1/4.

corrections as the firer returns p<)s. on At Range fir ing is conducte..!. engages Be then traverses between first tatget~ position coach the On pos I t ion. C'-0· sen ..elllbly (does not apply immed i a te to fir lng.rer again s"te''p's off at a normal pace. pr e sc r iced COUl.qu I reo ·to fire the ~istol or revolver rec~ive 12 ho~ts of preliminary lnstruction that includes the following: o 0' D. cour sea a~ range.rer .---. If the target is still up. the fi rer moves forward command. ." The fi.ion ~ - stan. in tbe cae Lon course in Ap... he it.. "IRE.l i f i- NOTE: for a picture fired of the CPQC see PM 25~' .i t.t._.olver qua.ix C. the firer ..e's" the same. stand ing and returns the weapon to the ready Upon completion of each exarc I Be.ta·'n. is practice firing on a ( 1) All pe r aonne 1 au thor i zed or re.__----------. a'c't Ion . (3) our ing thi B 'exe'rci se. me sequence o. until he reaches the lO-foot line..he command I MOV..a c _...e extreme left. same ran'g'e aa t..g' t the ePQe or RQC i.t arg e t S t eng ag. and o Preparatory marksmanship~ a Care and cleaning. _.. (2) The tables fired for instructional in the combat pi Btol se in Appendix A and. The s...e RQC is practic@ are qual i. _ _ _ .he CPQC.ype ta r ge t on th.are: a ning.p-end.ar'gets on the C'TTD. and shi fts back to the.ng. of' the QTTD. ce of':·". assumes the.g. on the.f a fire distribution is followed as with the previous e'xerci. upo.i. .rig~t of the OTTD.L fir in. 2-36 '~----- .ed prep2i:r.n the command" FIRE (given at the IS-foot line). he engages tbe 15-foot t.s f ired wi th . Our i ng the instruc.E OUT I the fi.ding makes the to (2) t. unload Lng..d after the f i rere have sat is factor ily complet. ..ss is.hen.a coach or inBtructor~ Th... .' Instructional usI ng the _I firing _ a. the command.t Lona.atory !'narKSl'QanElhip tr I The range fir ing . t. .se.engages the lO-foot miniature E-type silhouette in the center of the OTTO ..f icat ion rev. Load .isassembly r evo Ive r) . and as.

3·' ..ped.ses.[damen'ta. It is not intended to replaoe AR 3a 5-63 couree requirements 0r safety directives and local £~nge regulations be consulted to determine curr~~t safety require~entB. the sold ier has comple.d c'onduc:. availa.be la·test ty range A red flag is displayed during all' firing.d ne'v'[er be pla. R.EQUIREMENTS a~ of fi['e.ed-ana-vhi vi 9 ibIs to all f IreX' s .ndix' A.l i f .t"io·n for Sec~ion IV.. Weapons are s a.arefully and are neve r pointed at anyone except the e~emy in actual must be ha.t of fire 1'8 i.of 'q..a.e.c.s.ced of any weapon about to be fired. I mi 1.ble' Band Ap'pend ix D) II revolv·er qual i f ication course The course .i.uick fire.s .. c·.0 'lnuzzl·e pl'IOper f• k·9'p't in a p.n App. safety must be observed during all' marksmanShip training..ontain no te·- d• e~ Fi ring limi ts str i. 2~23.pol ice . loca 1 rang e regu. It Is the final· test of a soldler's profioiency classification.ls .a. ._ oour ae {ARQC) The al t·ernate pistol (APQC) or al terna·te q'ualifieation (s. Listed below are the precautions for ea~h phase of training.1t ar y pol ie e fir firearms is a practical course of instruction train ing (see FM 1'9-10) • SAFETY e arms qua. Weapons prominently on the range b. in the with Qbstruct ions ahoul. After .b. an.d the instruct ional practice firi~9 he will shoot the C~QC for record~ A d eta i led de ae r i pt i on of the CP'QC tables" standard.. and the basi~ for his marksmanship the fun.ee Append ix C I qual! f ieatio:n can 'be used for sustainment/ if the CPQC is not..te. C 4!' been A weapon ammunition.~ined aneJ fo·una to C).feg uar d. [The ePQe stres.l at ionls vary accoroing' to the l't t Rang e sa fe is mandatory that re'qul rement's· of the t. poles are ind icated by r.rescr ibec aretii 2-.ndled combat. tboro~ghly' 1s always assumed loaded until it has e'x.

azine are not hand Led except on command f'[om on.ked We'apon~ .s II i courses f'. when po i. are closed.s remain on line on -their 'r. All personnel are briefed on all safety aspects of f. the tower op"(~rat'or except dur ing the conduct of the cour sea requir ing automa tic mag.ir ing l.. An exception is the a~sault phase~ b Oil II' does' 'not move from hi B pos I t Lon unt il his ha s bee n c lea r ed by sa fe ty pe r sonne 1 J and wi·th ·'o'ther ··f'iret·s Dur i ng Table 5 of the C~QC" firer. from. All firers are briefed on the firing limits of the r.s ar e cnec ked .s_afety officer" a.· inst~ucted on how to load and and on sa fe ty fe·atur e..rib~d limits~.range 16ad!n9~ ~reparing t~ fire.ard Qf tpe f.~.in. '9 • permission NO ORe moves of fotw..e·s are .·s. All.. smoking is no·t allowed on the· r'ange near ammun i t Lon .. changes.. b_ All weapon.lY an command h ii W'eapons Fi rer~ to.own. mainly during ~he assault phase~ .9'~ ..tor..mables t! 2 . 4~ 2 B·EYOR! FIRING a.thout the tower . and a1 i·d. e~ d. or left.ire and .nge.sct ibed.o~. .dblocks and guards po·sted ..ange ana fir ins l·a.d u.am. ·a·nd no·t eo point· the weapon into an' adjacent lane.ed d.wer ope r acor .pe~tainln9 to the conduct of. locked to the rear..nioc.i.ght. Firers are careful to fire in their own firing 'lane..e wi.ar e. .2-38 . loa.to e na ur e the'i are olea r of.n.• ana bar r iers . the .ra.nt. weapon it bas A firer heen placed in its proper safety position. explos i vas t or fl. e. o~· firin9~ mus~ keep the ~r weapons 2-25~ DURING FIRING I • a. ·Th·ey must k·eep their fires within presc.Qed..re - a ~ . roa. prz·e. or OlC. ammun1 tion and obstructions. the i. 'unload All firers are the weapon.

piat...'ut.ained wi th other downran. po··lnte·-.is range limtts~ and 9• the towe~oper'ator e lea red after aware o. Fi tere preca.' . 39 . is the prescribed . d .ng • b·. f!:'om tbe tower firer s moving alignment l. 2-27 I FIRING IN'ST.ol is treated as a lo.l!lded - e...:' 1 ive ammuni t ion is in possession ao Ld Le r s .s Qbserv'e the same safety as. he Ld in th. . .g'@ ~ Weapon is alway. amm'unition.n. 2.ch.d. pistols are secured with the slides b~ locked to the rear. e• f~ operator whi. exercises . and und'erstands i. Tbe weapon All personnel wear helmets during live-fire is.he cl.' f... Be 'o. The air-operat.nt. safety personnel ensure that the-a.ion. c.ea.xcept when preparing to fire~ It is then held in the I'ead··y positio"n . A check 1s conducted to determine if any bra._J . Once cleared.eae anee .le pr.. of safety personnel inspect all weapons to ensure they are clear.d unload with all commands required.f fir i ng. Fi.n._.BS 0. wi th other weapons.d· do wnrange~ . and revolvers with cylinders open . . pha. .ed weapo.s pointed downrange ii Firer fires within Weapon. f ..f t. Firer the understands has the commands the conduct of the exercise. 2-26~ AFTER FIlING a.'..e· r a..i sed po sit ion e.oper Firer complies ...RUCTIONAL PRA'CTICE AND RECORD QUALIFICATION During these phases of firing.s 'mai.re'l: for load ing a..

.• red a10a action is taken to allow the firer to continue Malfunc. . ..e'(! Lmme'd~:atelyJ ~ . E I ' For training and qualifica~ion etanda~~s 1 ~.nd of" 1 -... is repo:rt. I.. .-...or... see . I .the! w. .of· t the f irec·.. W ' •• •I . IOn c·omm·a. J .I I • : r ..eapo'n' t s cle· .1 . I " .· .a 1~.. -' _.. with the exercise~. ...f!nJJl .tion or fal1ur'e ·to· -:fi re.r r' 'I I. . Appendixes A through. .h.r ope r at. r _... due' tv n. NOTE: the towe. 1..

Th Le exerc ise teach. tlt. fire pisto. If the CPQC is not available. For a picture of the CPQCf table of th e CPQC. prepared to engage under pr eSSlJ. . another target appears a During the eight-second delay. 30 targets are exposed to the issued w~ th which t.one round. 40 l:ounds of ammunition are targets.re. exposed relo. Eight seconds later.af ford·ed fi... multiple targets at various ranges using the fundamentals of quick fire. APPENDIX A COMBAT PISTOL QUALIFICATION . penal ized fo.l$ .A-I. All excess is turned in after the completion subsequent of tables.l i fica t ion ach i-eved by us ing the APQC or ARQC ..NFORMATION COURSE a.missed. DUring the course. However.arget 'There· are no .. training may still be sustained and gua. The firer is not.es the soldier to quickly and safely change his magazine by instinct <II the next. A " I t.ble and may not be used during changes extra ammu. extra rounds to reengage targets that are . one' round CPQC'" Two magaz ine For must target appears in front of the firer. COURSE I.commands from range personnel or coaches for th& magazine c~ange" If the firer fails to reload his pistol in time to engage the next target~ it is scored as a mi B8~. l eff~ctive as one who hits the target with..a i ns are and i8 loaded f ir.t us ing or not L ammunition us ing the each c.o engage the exposed A soldier who can reengage a target with an extra round during the exposure time is just as :ro r aach r i.ni t ion.rer. and he engages it. one ma.It r equ i r es the sold ier to engage sing l·e and The CPQC may be used for both the NOTE: b.. A-l -- . the see FM 25-7.gaz ine cone.i tion requi red when it ring the purposes.st..ad the weapon and be.l and r e'volver (for use wi th revolvers see Append ix C).. the firer ot safety a'mmun.

allowing· no mor e than .ea by the tower ·opera tors but. (a) Single a nd I I I.ume·6 the ._..to is loaderl i n't... II t (l) Ta b1e s.same pos i tion weapon--one .four secondse FIRING THE CPQC Ls dec id. Target expoau r e time as £'ollo. st..ts·· .--- .(2) to the firer Table _ _. I..31 meters and . . ~!Io .of f ir..the firer.ec ided .i ng T. a.er tar(1'. ~--------------~------~==~~~-------------------------------------------------...revolver po. (2) Tables IV V: - (a) Single targets (b) Multiple A-2~ NOTE t --- . on the firing line as in Table It There are four single ta~gets and one set of mUltiple targets exposed· to the firer~ . and s.he saime for all lanes ~ This 'prevents :firers from getting abe. : targets targets and three . targets .five seconds • (b) Multiple seconds.oW'et cone ro ts all exposed for.e One magazine ._ I·I'~ O···~e· m'-g.a.s it ion S I' (1) Table I~ at targets t'h. : Q'ne ~ ~t . " ~ .A-2 target 1s then exposed.8 assumed at the Only 5ing le ta~'gets are expoaed in this tablel T~rget sequence is tower . the firer f i re s the f irs.two seconds. fir ing line w'i th the by the stand ing with seven rounds...two 7-met. The ready d.'NOTE = 'When us ing the M9 pistol.bles • 31 B az e - d.t round in the double-act ion mode for all t~.e ro.@.round.tting wi th. NOTE Qualification = tables are as follows: reload.ix targets Th'e f iter aSB.s . The range to exposed targets does not exc@'ed meters from .p.e. I position.a·i·~e· ~lth __ 'o'n. __ . held 1. is t.a the the firer. and five weapon.r e r ...az-rn~ _ ~ ..et sequ·enc'e Target sequence ~ill vary in '0 istance: fr'om the f i.(a) The maga z i ne wi th one round wi th seven ..t". mag.a.·und· . taI'9.we:.tor.ts in The.ad .e adjoining t lanes. _ exposed.

One magazine with seven rounds is 'Five targets are exposed--f ired following to ano e.@' second s .. multiple.magazine magazine 1t close·at to the f 1r lng hand The containing five rounds is placed in the pouch farthest f'rom the fi. targets { 5) th one round . Th r e.e appears. should the firer not have loaded his second magazine in time to eel At the end of eight seconds. t ..e f i r e r.he fire e to ch. . another target appears.ng he g'i ve s .Agai n .B sur e that He ·e.e r the targ. .he r fir ing po int ~ The firer the same po s it ion' on the fir ing li ne as in Three of multiple targets are exposed to the firer. one magazine with five rounds. multiple. magazine should be loaded at this time~ is exposed eo th. it is scored When the t. and ten targets ex. (d) i. Again. The f'irer places ·the magaz i ne contai~in~ Be~en rounds in b ~s .a.ted the the command I MOVE OUT.magazi ne pouch where . The sevan-round.o One magazine wlth five rounds is loacea" "our ta.:xposes the· f i I i.rgets a..re exposed star·t i ng' wi th the same position used in the previ~ue tables~ tbe firer. The f ire'[ beg I ns 10 meters behind the firing line in the middle of the trail.g Le targets and one set ( 4) Two single targets and one sct of multiple ar a exposed Tab t.owec oper'ator 1 i ne· ha s campl e. single. There is an eight-second delay to allow t. Table IV: sin. (e) Eight seconds later._ ( 3:) Ta~~e fciaded ro·tation aSS'umes Tables I and '1I.. Target sequence is uBually single." Ie V:= On. and multiple.e mag a z i ne wi (a) The magazine containing one round is loaded into the pistol. one migazine with seven rounds.(b) After firing the pistol.ft. another single target engage this target. 18 I (~) When the firer reaches the firing line.ring hand ._. a single targ~t is exposed for two secondSt then lowered if not hit.posed. the target 1s lowered if not hit.an·ge maga·z._ multiple two sets of targets at various ranges from the firer~ A-3 maga z i ne . a miss.chang1e. the firer must change mag a z i n'esat onee .ines. the firer must engage this target in the required timet or it is Bcored a miss~ Ill: I .

rato-r o rde r s firer s to pos..unitlon point. Magazin@s containing seven rounds are issued to the scorers and given to the firer6~ operator TABL E.vE'N ROU N'DS • . LANE. OUT.t . .tol position with the slide to the rear.ys"tem.GO scor ing' e. the weapon Ls being the rounds required to fire a specific table~ The following list of commands outlines a step-by-step sequence for conducting range firing on the CPQC.pon st.ation.t.red.i.a.B. . the 'weapon is cleated. ba.he ·we.the f' 1r i rlg 1i n e • star t i ng po i n t and b 0.MOVE.nd the re~ainin9 targets are presented to the firer in sequence. The c:ommand.(e'} maga-zi ne .and.i t ion themselves next to t. The next o.li f ic. allowed It The B. Table 10.. each round...s 9 iv e n . is.tder moves t.- LOAD AND LOCK.pons '. .sed pis.. WA TC 11.. i 8 r@'qui red 'lAW DA A-3~ CONDUCT OF FIRE Whe'n.38.0. c..on on the p standi Excess ammunition is turned in to the a. (:f) r I bold ing th·e weapo.. . After the last targets are hit or lowe'..he wea. fired.sed on a GO/NO. i.. .t ion 35. The tower ope. Nigh t and NBC qua I i f i oa.a. f ired for NOTE. The fire the the pistol is reloaded with the five~round Afte'!' exposure of two sets of mul t iple targ@.s f ired: for nigh GO/NO-GO scor in. 10 s econds at e. READY ON THE FIRING LINE~ UNLOCK YOUR WEAPONS. ON:mI (2) The tower commands: SE.ame course .s and aecur e the·it wea. YOU R. returns to pI ace s t.o .e Lssued / (1) The tower operator orders firers to move to the firing line in preparation for firing. It is based on a syste·m = 5 t arg e t hi.n in the rai.. a. READY ON THE RIGHT~ READY ON THE LEFT.mm. t s e'qua 1 a GO. f Lr er s ar. t quali f lcation ~ fo r The Same cour se is target hit~ equal a GO~ 10 secon~5 are allowed for e'ac h r ound • 'pam NBCqua.

..'.• MOVE TO T.I l l I I (3) The tower operator exposes the targets to the· f.. (3) Thg tower operator f· i r er s ....E YOU. the tower operator commands.. .. of seven rounds are issued to the oper at. and one firers to secure their tower • ~~O TABLE .nds. PLAC....ssue·a· to the firer.R WEAPONS ON THE STANDS • Table II Ji (1) The tower operator maqaztne f i r ar s . ALL WEAPO-NS . ··'u.s • 1\.. . .e of" o·ne . UNLOCK YOUR WEAPONS. EIG·HT RonuD··S· . (·1) ·The t.or commands·: One maga~in.xposed and CLEAR ON FIRERS ji KEEP YOU. CLEAR ON THE RIGHT~ CLEAR ON THE LEFT.· ..n all targ·eta have been ·exposed and engaged or lowered. b. Ls :t.e m.....rouna.. UP RIGHT. READY· ON THE FIRING LIN. . Whe.ower operator orde·rs the firers to position thEHiUiilelves next t.n.. ti READY ON THE RIGHT'.... FIRE.it WEAPONS POINTED AND DOWNRANGE .s..ND LOCK.E" engaged or lowered.azine of s·ev·en rou. .J. .. _. L.e the weapon stand. THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR~ THE CLEAR ALL WEAPONS..1 re r s . l f.ag'. THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR6 CLEAR F IRIRS. READY ON THE LEFT.OAD A. WATCH YOUR LANE..IiO!I.-5 . the tower operator-commands: C·EASE When all targets exposes the targets to the have bean e.. 'On.HE FIRING POINT TO YOUR RIC~TI CLEAR ON THE·LEFT. (2) The orders weapons. CE\ASE FIRE .

operator .ga..d oz de r s the fi..re issue.(2) The to. When all targets I UNLOCK expo.ets.wer oper.wer opet.3) 'The' to. FIRERS r PLA'CE. ALL 'WEAPQ'NS. ~..ed The tower f iter exposes the target.OAO AND LOCK READY ON THE RIG'HT~ READY ON THE LEFT.oper at.. .e of to secure A-6 -----------___:__------ ..APONS ON' THE TO THE REAR OF' TtlE FIRING LIN..argets have bee-n exposed and .or lo'W'ered" the tower .re'rs (1) The 't~ower Q.z.. .ROUNDS.AP'ONS._- --- . CEASE CLEAR CLEAR CLEAR FIRE.or eom.. FIRERS" PLACE YOUR WEAPONS.. FIVE. ex.E" ALL WEAPONS. (3-) s.ator oommanae.posed to.('.. .see the engaged or lowered tower have the operator been targ. ON THE ON 'THE LEPTa RIGHT. WATCH 'YOUR LANE.era t. YOUR WE. READY ON THE R:IGHT~ LINE" YOUR WE. =: ' CLEAR ON THE RIGHT~ CLEAR ON THE LEFT. (1) Table IV.s to the When all 't. tower operator LOAD AND L. Pi r e r s .ator orders the ir weapons and 'move to Firers are issued one magazine of five rounds.. THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR.ator firer s . commands: ROUNDS.r'ator . 'T'he t'ower op@r. engag.in. (.e trail" (2) The. TABLE :FQUR. tbe conmandae and...E I STAND e I T'able v. UNLOCK .pe.a.NE.>CK ~ READY' ON THE LEP'T'~ READY ON' THE FIRING.: THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR.'mands CEASE CLEAR FIR.. weapons. j TABLE THREE SEVEN L.t'heir one ma.--_. 'the center the fir..o secure of th.R WEAPONS. READY ON THE F]RING YOUR LANEiI LI. -' WATCH YOU. ON THE STANDI d.

THIRTEEN ROUNDS~ LOAD A. magazine of five rounds~ and one . ~ . READY" ON THE RIGHT .nasth. one maga. (2) The tower operator commands.. READY ON T'HE LEFT. •.e cour s'e is used. The £i ring orde rs are rot~te4 and the above sequence continued uRtil .a.omma:nds...PON. Ten seconds is I F allowed for each round.ble from the post t.LIBIS a. CLEAR ON THE LEFT~ TEE FIRIN'G LINE IS CLEAR.• PISTOLS }tT THE READY POSI'TION. HOVE ·OUT • (3) The tower operator exposes the targets to the target or 9rouP of targets has been engaged. f·tel' each ( 4 ) u..a to Alibis are fired at the completion of each p' I fire an alibi. NOTE:.EP YOUR WEA.ine of seven rounds. A. FIRERS" KE.. the sa:m.PONS UP AND DOWNRANGE'. RE. For n ig h t que l. CLEAR AL. CLEAR ON THE RIGH~".RING· L:INE . SCORERS AND FIRERS MOVE BACK TO' THE F I:R'ING LINE A.EA.0 f fire E'S" He gIves the.AD'Y ON THE FI. commands: . A-7 . Fire comm·a.ND LOCK. . 'WATCH Y'OUR .RE. A-4.Y' ·POS·ITION and MOVE OUT. LANE. UNLOCK YOUR W. TABLE FIVE. f irere the c.sentative. i f Lea t Lon and NBC gual if Lea t ion.z.one· :o·un:d._.L 'WEAPONS '" . W!'APONS A'T THE READ.11 orders have fired.· rope r a to·l' CEASE FI. t·a.pon compl e t ion Table V.N'C PLACE YOUR WEAPONS ON THE 5TAND~ r (5) The tower operator has each scorer total the firer's scorecard and turn it in to the range off Lce r or 'h is repre. the ·towe.~..i.on 'w-he'le the al ibi occur red.. apply to the table ar e u:se.

RULES Rules governing a. 1-£ a malfunction.ing' the target exposure ·time The number of round. the ammun1.he firer is taking his posit.ion or af·ter he has taken h is post t ton at. th'e firer reports the malfunction. Should the malfunction up and down.e'ad o·f .. Th'e firer.eco cd firing. t.s An.i TIl e' ta rg:e t seque nc. A"'5.g· ah.pe si 1 houe t te Target.. of weapon or dur ing fir ing fr om sta t ionary occur t. b. A fire~ is credi~ed with hits he attains in his own firing lane~ to 'Lo'we r Target. f. is lanes..8. EVren firer are Discharges scored after he has taken his place on if ~ A1. s prevents fire r s from gett the same fot' all in. ion t Ammuni t ion ammu'ni t. firer must observe the location of the target in his awn lane.r operato. He con t 1nue s to neve forward. by' t..mma'ter ia.Shot Ii i.he towe. Fir . the.is.al is not allo-wed dur in.r 1'&1'9e t sequence Th. Excess su'bs. the firer keep.. f.( e r fo r dec id.ed 9~ .@ is but.1 a. Ii po i nt and no t used from e ac h tabl e is End of a Fir . the coach and assistant instructors should assist the firer in correcting errors. the 'f'it ing .i:ng Table . ~cc ident..he signal Ii p' d. - po i nted during Table. During the instructional firing.t' ang'e .i ring lane.u:r. ion a t the tables_. is made d.1 .f t.b. t ur ned in eo by the f 1.s fired by the c.hot.ed with a hit if the h. :Each COach ing the w. Coachi'ng.eapon 'is no t directed toward a target or is aocidentally discharged.g r. keeping align~d with the firers to his t' ig h t and le . and keeps his weapon pointed up and downrange. e• 'Me r eThan... c.s his weapon.ed at an E-:~. obtain the hi t is One .y shot fired by a firer after targets start to lower a~e scored as a mi~St Fi ring After t.redit. poi nc . No person may give or try' to give he Lp w~'lile t.eq'uent Exce S. v. a replace~ent round is not issued . Firing on the Wrong Target~ Shots fired on the wrong target are entered as a miss on the firing scorecard. firing the ePQe are as fOllows.. it.s f ire·d to.ar'gets occur s pos it ions.

ioat ion fir ing (CPQC) (ae e Fig lJI e· A-1} ...s._...• ..Irf*" Z'T iUlldlMAMN ..1I11!'t.. qual i f. the numerical identification of tarqets engaged during each table of fire...111..."._" J---"" u...._._TOTI4 :J _! Ai ]V.. "... ( ". '. metets and allowing no more than two 7-meter target.' f..u ~ ~. Ii'I ...I t . aa "l.~ ... . 1: 1' .•!p: I.. ftI1 _l " !WI ...i4-.= I " ~" " :z I . ~ . .IIwt! /::1•...a.. 'l'1li T~ • nil ..... i.ruc t LorraL fir Lnq and. )...i!II!* TOTAl I'IMI X ...:2 : 1""" 1 ~ ~~ X J i_iI :i ' '. DA F. II TaT ( ..r. L.J . :. J ~ _I: . " . '_M~"......h.*I"" .. 1 I ... ' I !II.~p!l rMI! '~ .. !'la1M' _E.. '''~'''I... II )II _I_ .... . . 111M . Z .... I~ _I ....e f i r er ..___ ..........=._ ~---. " :I _X x X- X • 1_ttrr:l .. ~ . The aco rec ard outl Lnee inst.. IIIiIIIJIM If... ..' "'~Il!".t.... star t...tllil r ~ :J -w..j... TOT:14 I ~1C01f I.. sequence a I Numbers in column labeled TGT (target) are not the in wh i en 'targ e tsar e' expo aed .. '--:+~.-.. !& :t::!_t'lAf'd. - ~ J60 no _. . :t. t. 6 )i' ~ J'I) .I _. ......_... p......Q ...... if ..Sample scorecard.... .... Io!ICGI'<t'''''lt-I:. _:ttI __ ~..111 DII" 'l'l4di .. :I TUf... vary fir~rs in adjoining in d Lst ance from lanes..in'g Target sequence will wi th 31 . .'7Q_ X ... A-6" SCORECARD Use.. Figure A-l ...H.nJ .~!II_"''' ...._ ·1oiI'II!t!I1M ~=....~." _I M '.t ..orm 88..... ~ .':MC~_.( .. ~ II! '""'" .. .~tt·:.nAl.111<11"'110101_'11' ' .... They to be ar e '- . 1 _..~-a. I [ ~'~.~"'!~ It.. 1M' }C..RIIIIi . ... l·!~-i:!' 4:~ii. L.iii.. .-.. ... . 1 t= '\<... Iii" • 111_ ~.... $ "cancl& lO·J. 0!0Iw ~ ~"''P_ I:lOIII) "'. ~~. too~_i"_" '.I 'nn i..II!:B~ {MIl'O IV !lUll :. -~~.. /..31 .- ~t1 ..".' ...... .~ I· ..'..!J~_ .. _. .. ~ . . _.~ . J :J . 1 ~ p: !( ..c:::. '11M... .. IIIII!~... ... '1' .~...-II -' "". J( x: I fjjO I...-.

260 to 300. ...b.als and siqnfl the I _. They are: Expert acor ecaxd .i 1 i ty e apable 8.VIC. Night: 5 target hits • GO~ NBC: 7 target hits = GO. Sharpshooter ... Qual if ica't.210 to 250.f ing the CPQC.me a 'ta.-------- . TAR-G·ETS Supply of Forms..RGBT T:RA.da.160 to .he NBC and Night Unqualified r ena rke co Lunn ..rds are firing aide 1 isted in Marksman. A-10 ----~~---- --- -....procured ~ n equally locally. For . scor 1ng • Each t.INING DE. 1s 10 points.' the bottom right corner on the record of the scorecard.!: and appearancet. or k111et3 I an X is placed in th.rough A-7.ion stan. Seven electric target devi·ee targets ~and E-type silhouettes for each firing lane a~e.etion of f'i.e [column labele[d HITS The value a f' a h 1 t. QUICIt . the scorer tot.rg'et is hL t. durab.it ~borild be made by tbe training aids sec t aon or iii The QT'TD may be . .n t. upon cQ'mpl. acor I nq system and record[ed nor~al publicatl~ns supply channels. c.' 'DA Form S'8 is ava ilable th..TA. 200 ..i. on a GO{NO-GO i.below 16C~ Fir'ing is . re~~ired~ Aggressor fi~ureB may be superimposed on the silhouettes to add realism to the course of file~ A-a.g e ncy ~ .

on s. perform crouc'h Table a rapid mag~~ine change. CP'QC for av a i l. the .he 25-m. the APOC target from Enga~. .er APQC tar'g'et. the from a standing position'l a"ssume a good kneeling position.the sold. and ~ngage the target with the second 5~round magazine~ Table prone _3-= Engage :f'Iom the ( 4) with 5 rounds each on a 2S-meter range durin9 dayl :[.a.si t ion wi th 10 .~ ALTERNATE PROCEDURES PISTOL QUALIFICATION Once the soldiez has completed J CPQC he must 1S not f i.a. q ivan two magazines with 5 rounds each on a 2S-meter range d ur ing dayl igh t hours .i. f'rom pos it ron wi th 13 round 9 i v.ae'condls _4: . and t:arget w'i t.round m. from a standln'9 engage the 8-1 . If procedu. ass. W'1th in 35 seconds " fr'om a 6.APQC t~.ood pr one posi t ion. perform a rapid magazine change.angag'e ( 3) rounds.Ie the. Engage the 25-meter .ll. a ·"-round magazi ne •.ler can ~he'n instructional recQrd.res for fir ing the A... a 9. f1 r e Tables 1 through 4 fIi • .5 s.agazi ne en a 25-M'e'ter T.t. 7-round.econds.ndin'9 poe. the Knee 11 ng t.n. engage the target with 6 Within a . one 6-round and one 25--meter range during hours of daylight.4.e't.r'get pos i tion 'w'i th 10 rounds.5 .re as followB" given 40 rounds of ariununi t ion.rge·t from the po.APPENDIX B COURSE ~ B-1.en.(1) s Eand ing po. fire the .1e Ion . Wi th in 3.ume a good e rouch pos I t ion t en~age the target ~ith one 5-round magazine.roun.ble I .ght hour s .the APQC.a.tl0.ds: 9 Iv e n two magazi ne s assume pos.. . two.e the B'tand in-g pos 1tiQn.25·-meter APQC ta.ble 11 Engage the 2S"'meter Ap·OC target from wi th 7 ro'unds of ammun i e Ion J the during daylight hours.PQe a. f i~ in. Within 21 seconds engage range {2) Table_ 2: magazines.s it ion given one 7-.

g·_.g z1 8 of a ne maga z.r Lnq on t..he APOC.i ne s and II po·sit ion M9 9-mm one wi th 3[0 with 10 rounds. to p. perform a rapid magazine change... The ma'gaz. ONE. given one 15-round magazine and one 5-r'ound magazi'ne of M9 g""m'm ammuni. Engage .ng' pos i·t Lon • (a) The tower operator gives t~e order to move to the f iI' ing 1Ine and.nga.mm fLr e rs place double-action B-·2. by-step conduct ing rang'e f i. engage E-type silhouettes Tower con. The tower LOAD AND LOC'I(.) their w.ter range 25-met. Conduct magazine changes without magaz i ne chanqe .es. p.er r ins pi stol target (.! ne containing and gi"en to the firer operator commandst TABLE seven rounds is issued to the scorer on command . c. = Whe. engage E-type .t. Fi a1llunu.t all four tabl.a 25-m.eapons in the ) ~~~~____. B-2. 9 i v e'n two 15-round 25-me...night f. TOwer wi 11.['om the crouch. ST. NOTE.t magaz ine change·s wi thout c'omm.s wi th20 rounds of amm.s f ired in the double-act ion mod. mode at this time. Nig'ht and NBC qual if ication is required lAW DA pam 350-38. ROUNDS.ni·t Lon or round s.an./ .ANDING POSITION.target with one 5-round magazine. a. the fir st round i.s on a 'Given each 10 will . Cond i tions t E.d i tions 8 second.pare to fi..re..ge the - 2-round magazine of M1911Al a~munition under .t i.io'n or two r 1n9 pi etal change.eter target from a c r ouch pas it ion wi tb 20 rounds.istol.silhouatte.. Fi command I seconds for each round. and engage the target with the second 5-cound magazine.lnd. allow 10 seconds for each mag42ine 7-round ~agazines and one 6-round magazine of M1911Al ammunition on a 2S-metec range under simulated NBC conditions~ During daylight hours. Under NBC Cond i tiona.ou r' 7-round ma.. Under b. ..re.allow for given 10 seconds for each round.ds ( 1) Tab le 1:= St and i.n usin'9 the 9-11UD.un ion ~ Conduc. SEVEN I S THE LINE 'READY'? (The . comm. CONDUCT OF FIRE sequence The following for out! i ne a step .e f'o. Nigh t.

ion UN. oper at.... '..de r s fI r e r a to .'.or or.. are the same as f...:open.'. '·The 'tower I.' .ch round not..ed to w. II RO'T!! " For m'Or'e informat. ... 1i ne . at t:he fir ing +ine whe'n the firer and scorer go downrange to score ana leave the tar'get I (2) . T'he tow'e'-r operato. .p'erato.. table.awer fit in9 line II t.r POSITI9N' I • r ou nd s' and.. 1.:l' '1\.Ii.INE WITHO'QT COMMANO\ .nes co nta 1n I og six a se've:n' r'o." '.P' to the --. operator the en. m..apons on 'C-~ear.nda z FIRE..or • I (3) Table' 3: Cr ouch pos.~ :iI.Cl.. .:' I S". commands I NOTE = ' Th~ following Tabl'e 1 ~ I.. ..EAD'y..E DOWNRANG'E .GETS ~ '0 n FIRING AND (Weapo ns a:r e le f t the r e ar .. to be gi ve n KNEE:LING .o the to r C omm. "..B ibed .. 1Ine wi th sl id e.' fir' i rig . .[' commands.¢~ r or !5Itand weapons. ) .. 9 ivan :for ea. .- W'ITH SECONDS." 'THE F.~:~' . FllRERS A.OR.lsue'd -to the' s"Cor:et f 1ring . . .e-. move u.~ TWo. ."'11' . .t'erX . B-3 . L'OA:D YOUR ~SE't!:N"'"ROt'JND MAGAZ.fir 1n9 time I the 'towe'r - !o. Scorers are' issued two S-tound maqazine.) NO'T'E. ARE THERE ANY ALIBIS? eight seeonda (AI ibis are fired.. WATCH YOUR LANE! comrna.nd.FIRERS.' THE" THE se e par agraph AND GLEAR AL_L WEAPONS F' I R'·I NG "1' 'E' CC'LE' A' R-~' '. ..d of preset CEAS..NO SC:'ORERS MOv.f:l1.IR1'NG (b) A't ..u'nd's"' each are i.! t ion. ~ 'The t. I "abll!! 2= I(neel ing pos i t"ion ~ o~ders f ire..'.nd s • on command ~ TABL. ' The "<tow'el' the f I ret op~ra'tor to: 4 move' up 't.o be issu. . '"' •• • MAGAZ:INE 'eIlA'NGE" FORTY--i'IVE LOCK AND LOAf)ONE\ '~SIX-ROUND 'MAGAZINE . . .E TKO.I I ~ ".ed o.g z ~.s Loc}t.. _.LINE IS NOW CLEAR. th.loc:~. C:HECK YOUR TAR.L'OAD . LINE IS R. camma.a..s to tbe:.

15 r ounas of . NOTE:.AGAZINE CHAN'GE. Firers are issued two S-round magazines. WITHOUT COMMAND./.U'T COMMAND I - NOTE ~ The Ta bles.AND Loci ON'E.om'mands are ttle s.r 'The towe.GAZINES W·l'TI. Tables ·Th·e following 1. 2. TwQ magazi:nes of . TABLE PRONE POSI~ION WITH MAGAZ.ame a. followi~9 1 a no 2 ·a c.MA'GAZI'NE CHANGES LO~D OtHER.GAZINE WITHO.perator orde.ee d. CROUCH POSITION WITH M. THIRTY-·P_jVE SECON. B-4· 'THE F'IRI'NG WATCH LIN'! IS READY.s . ------------------~..OUCB PO.s :for The firing line. and 3._--- --_.GHT FIRE. The commard fo. . roun.. .e to·wet ope r a cor commands=: CR.a.. towe. .E SECOND. pla. YOUR LANE. . MA..s to move to the a. (2) Th.for (5) b The the next firing order. -' -' -- _.o.) (M1911Al firers must load tbeiI two-round IS TBE FIR.r t are as tollows: night 'f.1 i ne s and one 2-round magazine of Ml~llAl ammunit. MAGA3INE" COMMAND.M9 amm'un i t i on or four 7 .r record (l) The tower operator Qrders to move to the firing 1 ine and to prepar.irer ce'pa ir p. .~lI'TIQ.ING ma9~zine LINE READY? weapo.ion are issued to fi~ers. t Lon mod e -ae >Ii } {M9 firers must their in the FIRERS.r ope r auor order 5 firer.e eo fire.INE.OUT LOAD . comm·andsare the same ..N WI~H t. LOAD YOUR SECON'O FIVE-·R·OUNO MA.REE.[ s:: F·OUR. L·OAD YOUR SB!C:O~D :P'I VE-· ROUNp· MAGAZINE CHANGE. targets fo.DS.S.TABLE TH..o.r the s soor e r a"nd f.i stol at r'eplaoe fi [9..ns. TBIRTY-FIV.d mag a..uble .rst. NI. fi.

MOVE: DOWNRANG:E YOUR ~rARGETS~ AND [ fock~d to the rear~) c. I S THE . commands = '.LL WEAPONS.(3) At the end of the prescribed t owe r 0 ipe t: a t.. F IRE:RS AND SCORERS eH EeK A.ASB FIRE.) (M9 LIN'E first: M1911Al READ'!? firers firers their weapons in the TUE FIRING L:IN.ne wi t.oTHER LOAD AND (N9 MAG.S . (3) At the end of the prescribed tower operator commands = CE.o l 1l. - ANY ALIBIS? for eaoh are given 10 seconds round not · UNLOAD l fW. (1) The tower operator 1 ine and to prepate 'to fi r e Firer Ls .RE THERE ANY ALIBIS? .R.EASE FIRE. LOAD .o r c'o.s THE FIRING LINE IS NOW CLEAR".) 'The tower NBC FIRE. ound maga z i ne So and one r t.FI RI N'G LINE C.E I.NO CLEAR A. (2.s ar s as follow9 ': NBC fi r e for reco rd r.pi s t. FIRERS" WATCH YOUR LANE. firing time.. fiting time. orders to move to the firing 6~round magazine of M1911Al ammunition.ed~) C.ADY.mma. the A.given one 15-round magazine and one S-round magazine of Kg ammun it ion 'Q'I two 7 . CROUCH r~ . the ARE THERE (AlibiS fir.h 81 ide.E.LEAR? . POSITION WITH MAGAZINE COMMAND..eapo:n. ope'rator CHANGEt. nd s .AZ I N'ES 'WI THOUT LOCK ONE MAGAZINE~ firers load 5-round magazine load 6~round magazine first~) :I5 'THE FIRING must place double-action mode. The command s for are' left on the the fir ing .

iS.epor ts and.o'n t fir ing 1 i.1 Fir i.HECK YOUR TA.alfunct. Shots that touch the next higher SCQting ring are scored iO during achieve at least 24 hits with a minimum score of SO points to qualify. At the end of the course..n or target dur In'9 fir ing . I are done on a.t apply 1 second s fo r e ac'h r o.(Alibis are given 8 seconds for each round not ~iced.ipl ied by .he locked to the rear.a!..ble All .e firer must the n.re is a m. score Expert - sat' Ma r k.--_ .ne wi th 151 ide.Lon in whIcb the al ibis OCCU"t.s at the end of' .120 to 159. 'Th.h. on t.S N()W CLEAR. (See Figure e. SCORING :8. :f ir ing tab Le is turned in to the scorer and not used by the firer in subsequent tables.t ion point I B.libis are .he command C:EASE FIRE. a.a.d) at the compl e t i.) NO~E= Exc. all excess ammunition is turned in to . Sharpshooter .un.~uni.e'sa .on of each are used to fire alibis. after .t.ion o.f the weapo. FIRERS AND SCORERS MOVE :DOWNRANGE C. records the ma Lf uno t Lon . IS THE FIRING LINE CLEAR? THE F'IRING L..f ired from the pos i t..sman NB'C and night 160 to 200..3. Til'e' flIer is allowed one al ibi t.ni.. The bits mul t.. The target hits are f ire:r is scored on the numba r . ·1. B.he SC'OI'er r. :9.l.the number ins ide .ng:! to d.e..the ammu. GOI ( ~I .) b~ qual.0 to NO-GO scoring fi r log 119. i f Le at ion.ext higher The 'Value.. t.ine the score NO c red i tis 9 i v en fo r rounds f ired.i.ate rm.-.NE 1.the acor 1n9 r i.. ---=~~----------------=------~-~~~~--~ .e ight t. ALIBIS If th.n'9 commands t. 4.e.of targe t the' time limit.un.RGETS ~ - AND (Weapons are left.. rema r k s column" system and recorded in .~..) UNLOAD AND CLEAR ALL WEAPONS.

5 target hits ~ GOt NOTE: See format NBC~ for scorecard in Figure B-2..7 target hits ~ GO. - c. Coaching is allowed during in5truction~1 firing but not during record fire~ No one may assist "While the firer is taking position or after taking position at the firing point except for safety reasons . Night. Figure B-l~ 25-meter E-type silhouette with rings (NSN 6~20-01-276-6604) ~ The B-7 ------ ---- .

..1". e !i:~a. . ..ICon QUIlUPlCAT1OH: .cOlli! U .._ ""." "Ott-A'... ...ln"...I. . O'A Fo. IMU!\._ MrrlllJ_ . 'TOT.M'IC:.7 IRII!I'IMCIa 1I00~' ea _ ~-=====-= • . 'lIM! Pr~lMif'Iifit 1....~..L HfTa lO'f_ .....l.." ~ ...-.ALTERNATE PISTOL QUAUFICATION IF~ LIM .. NOTE: Se e Appe nd i x F' for b l a nk copy of for local reproduction.Al t e [nate Figure B-2~ Pistol Qual i ficat ion Cour se Example of completed t..:i_ eeu... .. ~~.. bali· H at.h is form.-'.B_ ..... 'W:f!I'!HI MO . "'...ILI! I ~__ I1ING '~OH: 'hi Mii __ 'i!IIOOM!II . TIN..IA1.IT 4MD. . IlH FM 23-36. T!FIADOC- "IT. '. HITI& . l.. . "~ii ""x. form B-B ~.. 1m1•• .'.I lIN :t_ r.'" '1iM .. tllTa Altl .... hi" ."In.• ..11.s._ I MITlll-_ ICOM s..f..Of 1iO 'O':U ItIQ! '1:0 'OI!.liP II ..-dO MMUD WiTHi :I.r II.olllil/n rt flllOIQ: 11.ooMI ICO"I~ -.. _. Itrr.."'_M' ..MilIt~ .

NOTE = The CPQC is uaed for both pistols and revolve r s Th is appen. la.b pi s tol s see Appe nd i x A'). firer is a£.gage F'o. I I -APPENDIX -c REVOLVER QUALIFICATION COURSE I I c-r . If a CPQC is not available.cess a:mmun. I ~ ~ . II.rela·ads will be controlled by the tower operator.the .ed expo s ur e .I'er is. and III: second5~ (a) Single targets -----three \ ".ta UB"e· wi t'h.forded.penali zed for us ing round during the exposure I reengage ~he target time is just as with a second not using the extra rounds he 1s allocated.[ . If the firer falls to engage a target with.single and mu.. the firer is given 40 rounds to en. a COURSE INFORMA'TION I I . however. r evo Lve r s only ( for use wi t.iticn is tux ned Ln at . noe . training and qualification may be conducted using the standatd 25-meter range and the AROC (see Append ix DJ.r each . 'e ffect ive as a fi ret' who hi ts the targat wi th the £ i rs t round The f i. All eX.ltiple Fo r r an9 e des ig n and layou t of table of the CPQC I see FM 25-7 • b II extra rounds to reengage targets that are missed~ During the course 30 targets ate presen~ed to the firer.the ROC.. these targets. Tar'g'et exposure. This teaches him to quickly apply the fundamentals of 'pis. . A. follo'we rom t:rbe tanqe t. tha t ta. timed targets at various ranges using the fundamentals of quick fir~.fg e tis scored as a miss. the.d ix ou t 1 i ne's i. times ar e (1) Tables I.o exposed targ'ets do.'tol marksmansh ip under stress '!Ii d -e- meters f as.ll ..e'ndof' each table and is not used for subsequent tables~ or C '.i n the t im.s not exceed 3·1 the f ieee. A fi rer who can successfully .. 'Th'e ePQe r equ i re a the soldier to enga'ge .e. .

a r'g'e ts firers 'i from getting . Fi rers assume. (3) Table roundst targe.he f:'1.e 'targ'ets a.ainin-g t...s. oe i.ining la:nes a.t..gle and one set of mul t iple ta.Y t..) The revolv'e.j o. The rem.po:sed t follo'wed b. th s i. revolver is loaded with six rounds~ (1) Table I.t'get.·.s are expoaed be'fore reload. ~~.Q . by the tower operator.he control of the tower operator The.f the tower operator..or controls the reloading of the last round.e start of the table that he will only have eight Table II:. NOTE ~ FI.ts are ex.allowing no more than two 7.rg e ts are exposed The f. ~p'''.h the weapon in the ready .-d: _ _ _ before the start of the table that they will have seven founds to engage five tatgets~ it Ill: Th@ revolver is loaded with six One single and one set of mUltiple 70'.he l.ion is assumed at the flr 1n9 1 ine 'wi t.r is loaded wi. Four targets are exposed. I.e r s and .r s in ad.wer operat.nd 't. starting at 31 me t.RING THE RQC Target aaquence is dec ide-d. last round unde r t:.adv'ised be fote th.i rer is .h·e reload ing of the.. C'-2 . (b) Multiple tsrgets-----four C-2.. the Sa'llH~.(b) Multiple targetB-~~--five (2) Tables IV and V: seconds~ - Ca} Single targe~s----~two seconds seconds.t ·two s i n9 le t.. Qualificatio~ The tables are as follows.i t ion.poe.f ire. r ema ining two s I ng-l.to 0·' t. .io'n p as Table.re then __ e X~Y.x rounds ~ Two sin.r ound s ar e Loadad ~ a. exposure of the last targetl Firers ate remind~d before the beginning of the table that they will have only seven rounds for five targets~ t 2.rol Q... II' T'he stand ing posI t.a. but is the same for all lanes to prevent in front of other 'Targets will var'y in distance to the firers.a.o·· "e~._ ~e:~ . The to.ing' is conouc ced under cone. t er me 't."'" F 1~~ ~ a'i!"e ~e~!J_U ~r er ~ _~ 'i'l'iin-·Ae. fOllowed by the rounds with which to engage the six targets.W.

n. V.iple· tar·get are expo..seconds are a. I are Table Firers are given exp·Q.e b. qual i f Lc at Lcn ..o'w. eommand . r for each round. they are scored a mi88~ reloading. Ln - (5) begins 10 meters behind the firing line in the middle of the trail.xpo. and one mult.ses· two sets of multiple targets at vario~s ranges frooo the firer~ gives One set of multiple (d} When the towet operatoE L.e wea. Wben the firer reaches ~he firi~9 line.MOVE 'OUT. M'OVE OUTf.I - (e) When t'he to·wer operat91..t Six rounds noe .al a G. he the targets are presented in sequence. and e. has controlled . a single targe t:.i h f 1 t voe rounds.ee·d to the f 1r e r No reload ing takes place IV l. It is scored.remai ning (f) The firer. The· firer i·e allowed four seconds to engage the targets.nJ returns to the s t. The same cour se is fired . \. (if any) is turrted in to the Th:e ttt..quali f ication DA Pam 35.. co"ntroll·ed and the r eLoad ing.O. .b.hit~ are loaded into the revolver. for eaen round • NOTE. -.clear·ad.ed on a GO/NO-GO sco·ring fir e·d fo r' NBC' qua 1 i f ic'a t ion. he gives the command.\0 ad 'w.llowed. t or lo. If targets are not engaged.' has. . . '!'W·osingle. in t~e raised position with the cylinders op.for n. ~ (el I I ~argets is exposed to the firer.i S 108.z is bas. . Ten tar·gets table' ~ The f'ire.ion ammunition po I rrt fir ing Li ne.ight.e r jO this table.pon on the '~oves s'tand. It C '!II 'The 8 (lme COUl s·e is . is exposed for two second's.ecxt order eo t.ed seven Night and NBC. holding the weapon.we red I the we apon 1s.sed ·throughout the 13 r eunds. tar·get b ita equal.0-38 • is :r:egui red lAW . then lower~d if - l i l i. ar e hi.artlng Excess ammunit. After the last t acg e t s. (a) (b) \. Ten seconds are ey·s·tem= a G~).. point and pla·ces . all. Th e reval v'. Ten ..( 4 ) Tab le . on a GO/NO-GO scor ing system = five target hits ~eqll.

e. .f comma. ( Tow'e r all. READY ON 'TH'E FI..4 iIiiiI' " .... (l) The tower ope._~'DYON THE RIGHT .nds:' READY ON THE RIGHT... .. LINB. . the tower operator commands: CEASE F'IREtiII 1.~ . READY ON TRE LEFT. READY ON THE LEFT.he li at o'.~.c..n stands and secure the ir we'apons. LOAD SIX ROUNDS..n'9 r an. F IRE RIB PLA"~E (Leave cylinders open . t.te a spe:ci f 10 ta.e I ..or con.o'w..outlin.Lon themselves next.H·· y. LINEI (4) The tower operator exposes remaining three single t a r'ge ts to the f I r e I' S .e.sued ·to scor er s to be.AD R:EMAI N ING R'OtJND.L WEAPON. to the weapo.nds .ge fir i"9 on RQC ~ a .s a. .ep .c Seven round. (2) The towe.Lng... The tower firer~.g a fo'l' conduc t i...I'ers '" once these targets ha'v'e been eng'a'ged or lowered.dA· TC· r.t operator TABLE comma. U-u LA··: -N-·E. till When the weapon is being fired The ·follolwing _ s t.~ C.r·e is...R ON TilE LEFT t THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR. the tower ope r abor commanda s t CEASE FIRE.O.ng and. F'I RE '. e. (1) The tower operator operator orders fi r e rs to pas i t. Whe:n all ta rg.trols all load t.ble Tbe to. "..ANDS.ep sequ.rator expos@~ twa si~91e targets to the f i. Tabl. reload. .. R..n.ce by ·s t.--. C-QNDUCT OF.3 .LEAR.s appropriate time~) READY ON THE FIRING . YOUR WE.red.o f'i.wer oper'at. . 0··.AP'Ob~S ON TliE ST. SEVEN ROUNDS·.. C LEA.ts have been engaged or low. AL. firers are issued the number of' rounds requ ired t.S CLEAR ON THE RIGHT'. g1 ven to orders firers to move to the ficing line in preparation for firing.e.RING WATcH YOUR LANE" ONE.en.

.oN THE . • . o~ce these targets have been e ng-ag·ed or' lowered I the tower ope racor comma.b ~ Table I I~ (1) The tower operator orders firers to secure their weapons. Eight rounds are issued to the scorers to be given to the firers. . -.L WEAPONS" FIR.TCH READY LE~m ON THE FIRING YOUR LANE. to pos. ''Table I II ~ (I} Th~ tower operate-r orders the firers.EEP YOUR WEAPONS DOWN RANGE.he Lr weapons Seven rounds.}£ '~. j!' AL. _.J. CLEAR ON THE LEFT~ THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR~ FIRERS K.) RIGHT ..E.• TWO REMA.I NI NG ROUNDS I ('Towe r allows appropriate R. .0 (2) The towe'I' ope r a t·or commands. LAN'E.nds = CEASE CLEAR CLEAR ON THE RIGHT. the tower operator commands = iI CEASE LOAD FIRE . are Lssued to the scorers to be given to the filers~ . EIGHT' ROUNDS LOA. POINT'ED FIRING UP A'tU) POINT c. commands: li WAT·CH. .on themselves next to the weapon stands and secure t. READY ON THE L:EF'T. REAnv 'ON TH'IE 1.:.IGHT. -.OV·E TO THE TO YOUR . YOUR.R.". C""5 \ 1 . READY ON TEE FIRING LINEt (3) The tower opera~or exposes four single targets to the firers When these targets hav'e been ·eng·aged or lowered..2) The to~er operator TABLE ~O.iti.D SIX ROUNDS~ REA1)Y ON THE FrIGHT.BADY . LINE~ (4) The tower operator exposes one set of multiple ~argets ~o firers. time. I • WA. M.

CLEAR ALL WEAPONS.1.EAR ON THE LEF'T.e· .t of mu. CLEAR ON THE RIGHT.~ Wh. ON THE RIGH'Tii time~) .- READY.i fir·er~~· .} ON THE LEFT~ ON THE FIRING LANE.ts have been engaged o'r lowered.nds. and one se. . FOUR.~.e tower ope racor expose s one S. .f ire'. C.'\. ('Tow'er all.o. SEVE:N ROUNDS.' 'D"Y" . the tower operator commandsf CE.ngle targets. "'" . (2) The tower o'pera.toI' TABLE comma.TABLE R'CIAc... .ASE..A-.nds:. '.LU.L.ower ope r a tor ex. .a. ~. the .:pases t.en all ta.dc be Niven t. Wh'en all targets have been engaged tower operator cammand5~ or lowered.E.rgets to the .: CEASE FI:RE. ROUND.~·un~.. READY READY READY appropriate W'A'TCH YOUR {4. FIR. 'When all taI'ge.E..:I FIRERS~ PLACE YOUR WEApONS {Le. .EADY ON THE LE:r T' • READY ON THE.Ert of mu. READY W'ATC'H ON THE FIRING LINE~ YOUR 'LA'NE. ~ .[ s . THE FIRING LINE IS .wo S i. I ON THE S'T'AND.l.. FIVE ~OUNDSt.'1". ON THE LEFT '~ THREE I (3) The tower operator exposes three single targets to the fi r e r s .Qwer operator comma.rgets have been or lowe'red f 'the t.Q'vrs LOA'D REMAINING. ON THE RIGH'T . LOAD FIVE ROUN:DS ~ READY ON THE R!GHT~ R...iple 'ta. tA th~ .ed Th.· ':I'.l tiple to the f irers.t. d ii Table IV. <.ve cyl i nders open ~) . (l) The tower operator orders the firers to secure their weapons from the weapon stand and move to the center of the trail~ Scorers are issued five rO. FIll! WATCH YOUR LANE ~ NG LIN. LINE~ targets engag. (3} Th'e' t.. 'EI. g.

.t.e time (Tower ii')' .II ope ra to·r allo'ws . FIVE.. I R:EADY ON THE R I GBI[' READY.nds ROUND'S. \ \ -- . MOVE. ·SC:o·rera are orders the fi'rets to given = to the firers. O~ce targets have been e .. READY ON TB. -OU'T'.D CHAMBERS.e f eQ. READY.N WEAPONS READY ON THE FIRING LINE~ TBE. once the targets have been engaged or lowered.E I.' CLEAR ON THE LE'T.E FIR'I(qG..e. exposes one~8ingle' targ... operato.w. 13 r ounds to be secure tower' comma. t. READ. F'lRE.. a.ts of . WEAPONS IN THE READY POSITION. READY . sosreros .w·@. THIRTEEN ROUNDS. PLACE YOUR WEAPON·S ON THB TO THE REAR OF THE FIRI'NG LINE~ LINE IS' CLEAR. ALL WEAP. CHAMB'ERS... THE ON TH.QNSI CLEAR ON THE RIGHT.r· e'xpos.0'9 age d or la. to. } t (Leave cylinders open~l e. LINE • W'BAPON'g··AT THB· READY· POSITION.ASB CLEAR THE FIRE •.e's t~o s~e. C· '1 " - i.. then one set of multiple targets to the firers.mu:ltiple targets to the fit~rs. WATCH YOUR LANE" MOVE OUT . (·4~) Tne to. .CE.r TABLE LOAD SIX.r ope CEASE RELOAD t a t'Q·r c·ommand s = FIRE·.. .. FIRING STANDS L l ~ F IRBRS.h. ON THE LEFT. (3) The tower operator . WATCH YOUR LANE. ".READY ON THE FIRING LINE.EFT.. . ON ~HE' L. the tower operator commands: CEASE RELOA..PPtropr iat. ON THE' RIGHT.Y: READY READY ON LEFT~ RIGHT.wer operat·o. Table V" (1) The given -(2) The the ir tower operator weapo·ns .

MOVE OUT. operator targets have been engaged or commands = ope r abo r e:xposes one . s weapon up an:d do-w'nran:ge'l' He. the tower once - CLEAR CLEAR CEASE FIRE.RS AND F'IRERS ON THE RIGHT.f each table from t. lowerea.i. continues fo~ward.-4 ~ ALIBIS a. ALL WEAPONS.@ as fo. ------- . the fire[ keeps his weapon pointed If a malfunction of th.ecour se is for each round~ and NBC qualification. ar. 'I b. firers scorecard and ~urn it h..s. pointed up and downrange..5) The tower targ-et.e ·w.repres.-~-..t ) (61 The towe r ope r auor off ieet or his . RULES Rules 'govetning fi. 81 ngle tar'get to the firer s .@·ntat. (. used'.sed to f'i re the al ibi . DOWNRANGB.re commande that apply to tbe table are' u. to 'move C-5.. THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR~ F'IRERSl KEEP Y'OUR WEAPONS UP .['ing the CPQC. the f ir. are rotated and the above sequ'i'nce contInued untll all orders have fired.llows. Al ib.-.t s tbe maLfunc t ion and ke eps h.WATCH Y'OUR LANE.ion where the al ibi oC!CU.ive.er r epor .E 'YOUR WE.e pesi t. and left.ot. ('Leave cylinders . keeping aligned with the firers to his right.: c-s .AND· SCORE.t red Fi. e'apon or t. ope n MOVE BACK. TO THE F'lRING L'INE ANO PLAC.' Te n second sis C. Should the malfundtion occur during ~able v.rget occur s d ur ing fix:' in9 f.as each scor er in to the range t. C L'EAR ON '~r'HE LEFj~ . The fit il?9 orders.8i.se't of multIple and one.[om stationary' posi t Ions .i Bare fired at the complet 10.n o.h.al the NOTE: For night qualification allowed the saJ'Q.AP'ONS ON THE WBAPON STANDS..

t.t.f it.a not used.ad by th.g his pas i tion or· after he h. t E.ar.e Than One Sh..ot Fired at an E-type Silhouette Targe't.s ~ Even All sho. by 'the f i. a replacement round is not issued.f'rom the firers. starting with 31 meters and allowing no mor@ than two 7'-mete.9 'The f <i Ammun.ed the number table.i ring on the Wrong T.g re'c:ord firing. 'C .ds fired. I . b 1 Coa.ng Table .. 'to.rer for Bubsequent tables~ til .as. I .s .ing point Each jI -- firer ate scored after he has taken his place on directed toward a target or is accidentally discharged. A firer is credited with hits he attains on his Own firing lane.a.re labeled C. in ad joining lanes ~ T. l T'GT . taken hi~ po.ch table is 'tut'ned in 'to the· ammuni tion point a.s.:ng the number of roun.arge. e.xceas ammuni t. NO person may give or try to give help wh iIe.c'hing ~ Coacb.en.e dur 1.(t.ot if the weapon ! ~ C I wrong target are entered as a miss on the firing scorecard.... the coach and assistant instructors should Assist th@ firer in correcting errors...e immateI' i.._ 'g • rounds ROunds lssued required F:ite'rs to fire a specific are iasu. of h~ "". the hit 1.gna.n. 6 • a t Target Sequenc@~ Target sequence ia controlled by the tower operator but is the same for all lanes to prevent fi~ers from getting in ftont of firers sea RECARD Use. on the d..al.a...s V'. obtain.ce 1n wh ich C-'9 ~ . Mor.. se'q!J. Fi r.. ion from.).i ng Af ter the Si.ed wi th a hi t if th.t) ar'e S B) out..a. the fi r e r is 'takin.ance . firer must observe the location of the target in his own lanel During the instructional fl~ing.l '~to Lower F.['Q'et'I' Shots fired.aJ:"get..e' is n. instructional {CP'QC:) (see The aeor ecard 'Figu.t.ing is not ailow-'ed d. The firer is credi...r .. Excess 'target exposure time.si tion at the' fi.Y in d ist. shot fired by a firer after targets start to lower are soo~ed as a miss~ e i! Targets It Any hit is mad.[ targets .i ion at the End of the Fir i.l ines firing and qualification firing (:DA For'm Number s not the in column..be fir ing lane I Ace ide'ntal Discharge.ur in.

h~ sc:orecArd".ide. corner .. I t'otals. S:.t "' ' f' r e • S lOU '.:-.and signs Upon complet Lon of HITS.. su.~ ~8. SY... ~.' .~~.om • labeled is hft aco~~ba~d~ i.!:. .~:a' t'he r'e~_~r"ks co iuan ..a..th' e co 1.nd night 260-300... . m. ~ : iii .' e ..s • r.iqHo~e~.' L . uaed . " '• J. is placed "in 'the' c'olumn v.em an4" qual.a:y pe.:C.man' '. 'bott." I .1¢Jen._~A-:'LFor... -. 'Sc~. f~ee 'Fi~1Jre .'.'s.. .r ing'~' Each time a' target' an X. is. a'. ' '...er or H - b.i'ng 'the' CPQc. .' the seor'er s.' .: ' " ' the 'record a~e listed in f'ir Ing the ~xp.i:f Lea t Lon. 'c'8. ~I • . Unquall f ied ~'.rgets~ to" be" engaged each f l'r ~ng tbble'~' .. ~ay_."'i Aggressor .~O e.r . 210-25'0._ I ~arget device' tar~e~s '~nd '~-type for each fir ing lane are 'requLred.\.ty and' a pp"_ea'r -afnce '.s.1'[ s eo.Y ar e ~h_e nune r ie:al (fur i. . i"n' .. .~ '~ .pab l:e ag e ncy' ~ .and. Mai' k B. NOTE:= to qoalllicatlon_ course. I .' it sJhduld. normal p~~ll~at .t. I. . r-. Fo'r dur ab i.B ava fl~:ble. - .tlfica:~ i.hannel._---------------~~-~~=~-----~-. -. lo'Cally'. r 19h t-j}. Qualification standards of .in' - " . 'p.: NBC. I' " '. .e t t'" B t'0 . B8 is are exposed. score the' r~'volv. __ .. NBC .L i.a. on a GO/NO-GO ~~ec~.ng' .. " TPe Q_T.t'ocU'r.h.ly.I i~posed on" the_ • 1 h.. 'through ~'~. f '1 . be :supe.~._.s.e of a ~i t is 10 point. silhouettes Seven electtic I P • . • ~.. DA Porrp'. • ~'. .-..1·"· '0 ' . A-l).. '1 • .or 1 sm~ .pp~y..ta(ge. k illed ~ tt The '~hey.~llJ..' '. . are . . '.~. d'd:'''_':' e a. r p ahou t ~.!_-l. 1.r?-. 0:£ t.~i)l~.. io:~~ .t .' " ----__.. GO 7.~' Below 160..' .PP~)' qf:.'on of' ta. '. • I . II The. '. .eq.' : I . ~a~get h~ts • .'''.De' mad'e' by' the ~ftta in i ng aid s s eo t ion or equ.. I I .60-2'00.scor tog " Night..eFt . • ~.-'_ -". S target hits. f the.

on a round 8 .epo8 i t._C' r oucn Table 3= ball f rom a stand in.the' sold.et'Err . Pt"oc.. 1 '2 ['Ound·g.".ran'ge during" .d. typ'e 's i Lheue t toe tal' 9 e t w. .illiber .. .. $.od t-arg'et·· wi th Ii Lx • 3~:8rev..'· pcufit io-" f' a&s'ume.'e targe't (see ii 'Fi.i.rd 'If' the CPQC is not . 13} Wi. ab Ie 1.'vert 12 r 'ound. dayl ight.er O~.ll: reL9a.") .t then' 'f Lr e the c..ilable. Wi th in 21 seconds. Q'.ammuni t ion.ext six rounds .v. ·then the sold .lhouet:t.t Lon r 'e'n-gage the E.m .' the ARQC .a. ..h .s 'Table' 2 =' kneel ing pas i tion . :.dls'i ammuni t ion and: a· cal-tber gi'v.of ball . -ty:pe· si. from t.:.1 t h r I 'ngs from.on. Repeat s'teps for n..II - NOTE~ ~e' tower ope r atio r : co'n~.t ion wi .g·e tbe. :I! (4) ptcln.gure 8-.·· ~ithin 23 seconds amm.a stand. ARQC 'Wi th .e ..arge't.ne 'tat':tg e t· Wi't. the s t a nd i ng po s 1.Lnn with ball Table 4: Engage the 2S-meter target from the 10 rau'n.a.' _ (2) .2.tel completes instructional fit ing I he mus.. on a.' . the' C. s'e.n9" a Ii Revolver. ier may fire. Enga'ge the 2S""mete: t.olver.thin' 23 as·s'UmQ a go.i... '>cia.38 revolver on a 25-meter rangE during .ammuni-t.or reeo.a. WI :.-1 ii PROCEDURES One.ad crouch pos it ion and en-g 819e'" t.. -_.. t the 2S-meter target from the · t'll_.ete'[ ~ E.3 e ( 1) .9 ive'-n six roundS f'or the caliber . round s • Re'peat steps for n. En'9 89' e 'the '2 5--m. _.he' stand ing pas..- -- APPENDIX ALTERNATE' 0 COtJRI:tE-' REVOLvER QUALIFICATIQ-N 0._- .'the fir $ t.: '9 i' --.eonds fro..x r ounds wi th in 23 seconds.ion.e.s _J 38' :r·evolv. r ounds j -'9 iv@'n 12 round. m. from t"n1e 'Kneel! rig pos I t ion wi th 1..u:n i tion and a cal iber -II Engage ~: "1" :PO's'ii.da.t h six r ounds of .-light.ex six t:.e-du:t'es .i ng' posi t.pOC· 'f..ibn ana··a caliber ·2S .= . 25-meter range during d~yli~ht.n 10 r ounds of ~']8 re·volver on a D-·1 ~- ---~-~-----~~------~-------~~-------- .nd Q·nga..~ols for Fi ring aM.

'9 lven 20 rounds of ball ammunition un..la..revolver on a 2.t. given 30 rounds of ball ammunition and a caliber .r ing d. •38 .ht hou~a. .l" i. are ie.38 revolver on a 25·-meter· r.-by .-mete.e poei tio. 2S-meterrange first six ne.operator L'OAD~ IS cOfmmands: TABLB ONE. NOTE I. assume a good pron.der simulated NBC con41 t ions du.nds..only on command and a cal ibet .H YOUR LANE I THE L.RS" WATC.ng R. allowing only 18 8ec'onda.evolYe[' Under Night COndi t ions ~ Engage the 25-meter tal'g'et from a crouc'h posi t ion wi tn 3. . SIX ROUNDS~ T:H'E PIRING LINE IS READY. Repea.er tar'qat fr. C 11 I Pi.h six rou'nd.INE READY?' (0) At the end of prescribed operator commands. :D-2.om a crouch posl'tlon wi th 20 ro'u. (1) (a) sequence The following 1: Table The Standing . The tower Th'e cal ibe" and given to teO the (0) ..B.s f' engage the 2S. and engage the target wl til the rounds.required lAW DA OF FlU fot comlla.. Within 60 seconds~ engage six pop-up Z-'t. move tower o'pe'ra't.S-meter rang'e from the Night tower: ~ Repeat 8'tepa for next 14 rou'ncs..outline a ste'p. the 25-met.on. step eondue t i ng ra nge' fir i ng on the ARQC. F I. STANDING POSITION.ange du[ ing Fi ring Revolver Under Simu. tbe tower CEASE FIRE 11 ARE T'HERE ANY AL.38 .Within 23 second.RE. rounds.r'odnd.IBIS? D-2 .ype silhouettes.0 rounds..during dayll.. firing time.xt four - nighttime conditions.nds .e<1 NBC COnd i tian"s Eng_g. b. with six rounds.ayl ight ~ Wi thin 40 second.t steps for next 2.sued to' the scorer the firer on command .r po'p-up target wi t.'or o'rders firers t"Q firing line and to prepare to fire.s from a stand ing POSl t ion.. Reload . Pam 3S0-38~ CONDUC:T and NBC qualificatlon is .Repeat s'teps for r cunds ..posi ti.n. a. Reload only on command from the tower.

ion. . FI:RERS I WATCH YOUR LAN:E!.TH..R ALL WEAPONS..: Fot (Allowable alibis are given t~o s~cond6 for each round m. ) NOTE.. Kneel ing poa I t ion .L.o'we r ARE THERE ANY ALIBIS? .. TWENTY ..3B ammunition to be given to the firer on firing orders firers to move to the (b) The tower operator comm4nds~ TABLEt r TWOt KN'EELING POSITIONt TWELVE 1 ROUNDS.". HREE SECONDS. .MOVE. AND CLEAR. FIRST SIX ROUNDS. .T~e tower operator cemmand. or they are left at the firing line with the cylinder in the open posi t ion. IS THE LilliE READY'. FIRERS AND SCORERS ..ECONDS~ LOAD FIRST SIX ROUNDS.. ) (e) At the end pf prescribed operator co~mands~ CEAS. AND SCORERS.. .... not. Ta.' T R. ARE THE.o. (a).F1 RE ~ ibed fi r ing t~.Bee par ag it apb c.f ired. AND (2) '.T:HE FIRING FIRERS CHECK IS THE FIRING LINE READY? . SECOND SIX ROUNDS t TW'ENTY-'THREE S.?' THE F I RING LIN!.E L I 'N'B READ y'? THE· FI'RING L I ME IS READY FIRERS 'WA'TeR YOUR LANEl rS i> 1 (d) At . AL. MOVE DOWNRANGE ANn (All weapons are cleared and left on table. 1 !.3 • ' .bl@ 2. the tower .INE IS 'YOUR TARGET'S.'" ..) "iii.the end of operator commandB~ CEASE preset ..E firing time.me" tbe t.91 UNLOAD AND CLEA.. FIRE .RE: ANY At 1'BI. LOAD SECOND ~IX 'ROUNDS.. 1S READ'Y. . NOW CLEAR .. DOWN'RANGE CHECK YOUR TARGETS. line. .ELOAD.L WEAPO~S.' .te info UNLOAD rrna t. Scorers are issued 12 rounds of caliber .

S E.SITtON. are cleared LIN.. and left on a table.. firers to are issued mOve to 10 rounds of caliber (b) The . (4) Table 4= (a) The tower prone position. TWENTY.. FIRST FOUR. 'TEN ROUNDS. (a) The tow.! IS NOW C. (3) Table 3.. POIITI·ON. AND Fl.or orders the the· fi ring Li ne . The scorers and firers replace all are _.[ on command I (b) The t·ower operator commands. ROUNDS.38 cnfLmUn. AND SCORERS M. UNLOA._--- .E R.a.1 t'ion to he 9 iv'en to the f ire. TWJN~Y:-~HRE..NOTE: Al1o'wable alib is are given two second.ownrange to cheek their targets.OVE DOWNRAN'G. EIGHTEEN .. ROOWDSJ..op.e .er operator orders the firet·s and Bcorers to mo've to t. PRONE PO.3.URS NOTE = 'CHRel YOUR TARGETS. The sc'orers are issued l2 'rQunds of cal ibel' . targets for the next firing order. i or and: soorers move d.E THREE..' commands the same as for Tables 1. SIX ROUN'DS.LEA:R.---_ . tower ope r at..nd s are the Same as fo r Tabl.. Excess ammunition at then end of the course is turned into the ammun. The firers .he fir in.nition.THREE SEC..B ammu.'lRST SIX ROUND.S.ers: TABLE.l!tLO_O ~~. 1WENTY_.CON'D SECONDS.2. Crouch position. S I X ROUNDS S'ECQNDS.E All they are left standing at the firing line with the cyl inder in .. 2.: CROUCH TABL.the open poe i tion Th'en the firers weapons.erat.ONDS. f' TWELVE .i t ion po In t .. f'ol: each round. RELOA~ I NEXT "OUR SECONDS" NOTE r : All and 3.THREE N'O'TE: All comm. .or ord. line.D AND CLEAR THE IS THE FIRING LINE CLEAR? FIRING ALL WEAPONS.

.-:. WATCH :i'OUR .LINE..a.e'. FIRING .) The to'We. :FORTY .['· t.'·~'".he revolver NBC fire f. ea.sr opera'tor NB..• .'"_ .LAJqE. SIXTY LOAD FIRST SIX ROUNDS. The tow. _. Scorers at@ issbed given to the firer on command.' ordQrs fi~Qrs to 20 ro~nds to be move to the (2) GAS (Firers don prot~ctive masks.or r eoo rd (1) Th@ tove~ operator fiiiog l~ne .READY? n.x ro. firing line.) CROUCH POS ITION. ROUNDS.[ operatoI' commands.AND SCORERS'l CHECK C '.CON'DS r Six. THE SIX ROUNDS. IS. firers to move to the ate issued 30 rounds to be lI ~ ~ {2...u. THE FIRING LIN·E CLEAR?' M.RELOA:D ONI.'..READ'Y7 THE FIRING .H..s £'0 llows The comman. ) 10 seconds for each round not UNLOAD AND CLE.Y' ON COMMAND .".. SECONDS. . time. POSITION" S E..I· . ~ . l I ( (3) At the end of the prescribed operator command.mand.n'as THE FIRING LINE IS CLEAR~ FI:KERS ..be rev'ol ve r n ig h t fir e fo r orders I (1) The tower operator I '.. The command s fo. J . FIRING LINE . L CEA.AR ALL WEAPONS'!I NOTE. .. Scorers 9 ive'n to the firer on c'om. CR.~. I_ ! \. IS IFHE RELOAD O'NL'Y ON COMMAND. LOAD FIRST i IS SI:X ROUNDS.OVE :gOWNRA. the tower I. 5 .C F'IRINGt comma~ds. r~co"rd a"r'o a~ fo'11o~~'s~~~ ~.ds for :: t. b.SE ARE' FIRE AN'Y ALIBIS?' THERE (Alibis are allowed fir e-d. ~'~ I . N~GHT FIRE.f These com'm·ands ar e r...s.OUC..peated for ired.LINE IS READY ~ FIRERS. :.ch si...NG'E <I AND YOUR 'TARGETS a I'e .. . . .

lJ.RE!F(S open.t hi ts during the ~rescr'ibed time li~it~ He must achieve at least 24 hits and a score of 80 points to .(All weapons .Uni tion D-3. T'he firer is al'low'ed one al1. ..u~ni'tlon' 1s 'tu. .ent. Q'per.i.MOVE DOWNRAN'G.xcess ammuni t ion at.rned po. All alibi~ are fired from the po s.. ALL r I.wet CL. ALIBIS a malfunction of the ~e'~PQn or the ta.jj.["get occurs d~r 1ng . t. ALL WEAPONS II NOTE= These commands .6..ct. .th cyl. is noe used by' the firer i'n subsequ.ire alibi s .e" "c:o(er . .ion..n.s :0-4.. fir ing" t. c'0' . SCORING a. I S 'READY.e' amm..and' 8 : ~ ..t'e t'epea ted f ir'ed ~ f'or each . at. (The to. The firer' is sear-ed on the nwn. .~. FIRE" ARE 1'HERE Al4'Y' ALIBIS? (Al ib i.E CHECK YOUR TARG:ETS. .ce wi.!' .THE F'I RI' NG 'LIN'! FIRERS. WATCH YOUR LAN'E:.h. .:nt.) AND SCORE. the end of a table Is turned in to the scorer and... .hat apply are used to f.e.six r ound s IS THE FIRlN'G LINE CLEAR? THE FIRING LINE IS NOW CLEAR.RS. .Ie t. C'EASE..EAR.~ AND .be. " time.s are' allowed fired II) UNLOAD eig'ht aeconda for each round not AND C:LEAR.. 9. the command. The acoe er a and firer's a:mm. E.a. are left o~ fir ing l~ne r. i t 1 0 n in wh i c h the ali b is ace u r . the completion of each ~able.the cQm~letion of all four tables. the tower .of targe..ator also.and..i nde e s NOTE': all tar"gets fo!' the next fl ring order '. tables~ At. (3) At ~he end of the prescribed 'op'erato·.i rePot ts and recbrds' the malfu.1v.epla.m'''m''.-_0"• ..·r. Fl'C i n9 comm. _. in t<:).

ght ) 1 I column. The ta r'ge t bits i.ar'get F'i r l.tget scoring sYBte~ and recorded in the remarks 5 t. i ng' po in t ex. 160 to 200~ 120 to 159~ 80 to 119.. or a.'" The qualif are t'hen m. no't du r i n.... Na·crea.in. NBC 1 t.re.g recora fir e ~ No one mI.scored ·the next higher' va 1ue (see P 19 ure B-1. . but.xt h l. t l -.1e he 1.capt.ak. hits • hi ts GO~ III' GO~ i L 'NOTE.i t ion at the f l'r.Lt. the number inside the scoring rings to achieve a score.).8 t. see F'igure D-l II II ! [ Coaching is allo'we.8..g poa i t1on. 1s ·given f·ol' rounas firt!'a after the command. Shot8 that touch the ne.1 at the firer wh1.for lafe ty reasons . C'I Fo·r sample Bcore·crat(3. 0-7 . b L -i ieation scotes a.:NI' · I qua 1 i f'.y~.ng is done on a GO/NO-GO j Night.d dur lng' instruct ional f'ir in.. 1.fter t"aklng p·os.'Ult ipl i ed by .. ~ ~ Expert Sharpshooter Marksman NBC and Ni.. CEASE FIRE..gh·er Bcor ing ring ar·e .

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" .'.e i. - . add! t.1-t.' descr ibed in thi 9 appe'nd1x ..·: ourse C They shoul..'lt\.rable num. . in pistol and'revolver in . E-l ..oly·~..: Quid. .: r .. a. When time is ave ilabl:e. I • -:.. :When S~9gested equ:r..a pist.. ' ""I- • _.r.m·e-nt .. .-"·ln the....~ i I''e r shop 14 be ed . ..o'..1.E'S marks·m. -' ~1""""'111 .. ·~essonl plans" Con.longe'r or 1J·h<!1f·ter: pe~ iod to c'omplete th... ... .v'. trainl'n-c3" "hour s for .. - I I' . . of ~.' schedules 'TO' ic1 i:d T'RAI N I.J..ions may re'qu'i ["e' :a. I I • ! • ~ • ''': .d be used as.~ p'repar i-n.. io'nal tra 1n1n9 should be i:ncluded'.e tra ioing .ie'CI. ...l. : t .NG SCHEDl1l.k.•• •• _ 1 .! I • I • :-. .o'l or' ·.. ~ t on' the' dEU!d:.ber ...• : 'I . tra in:ing aI.ansh ~p tr a I ning are : ThesE! sch'edules ale basE!d the ~ind'i'vi-dual training pbase i 'tra in~ng eor the ·course. .and ..f allowe'd" $'0" rounds: for ~i·nstruetio'na·l fir ing an~ 40 : raunds foe record firlng~ . . .~: • . i' - . schedule. .... Sa o h... [J.:jIo""JIipIlII ..be.. . .ds are not availablej theb'st-thi~'~'~rijav~ilabl~ sho~ld be im P:I OV' i ~ -0 r ...d i t. .g." u.. ' ".

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.ch Grade.= .ompeti tive Pt.n~al.Trai ning .t.ces of additiona.ram • Ar-my-Wide Small Arms Competitive M"ark. Re f'er.22 Ruger Operation and uni t Ma i nt.[' Me..d Herald I. Caliber Ri f1e I ...nsh ip.30 .stol (Target )k)del) (6 7/S . N9 (1005-01-118-2640) 9-13. Repai.]t) .r k I Automat.- . [They are not requi red in ord er to understand this publication.nt Sigh.22 Remingt.del 52. -- .sma.es."'970 (eTAs) Army Medioal Department Expendable/nurable Items. Rules' and Reg u 1at ion. Army~ ~!!i ula't ions' (A. E~pendable/Durable Items (Except....e'nance = - Ma.(National Ma tch) and Fr.. (EIC) Comm~n Tables of Allowances B~l~O0 50.RB) .0-1 35'0-6 920 .M.o.encea-2 ---~---------------------------~----..a.38 Special .. 14..o·n Ri fle. . Medical. C:o'ntinued 9-1005-226-14 Caliber .og.. Matks'mansh C.22 Caliber 4Ox Sl 9""1005-311-10 Winohester and Rear -Operato.n.l i nforma t I on.22 High standard Automatic Pistol (Supermatic) 'Cal iber .0'0-200 Ammun it ion " General ill Related Publications Related publi. t S Semiautoma Manual for pi stol.).r parts a. Caliber .. Inc:h B. 06 'Winche. Class V. tic I g'-mm.tione are sout.te P i..ste r Ri fle ~ Model 70 (Spec 1al Ma.ca. Cal iber .ts.smith and Wesson Revolver (Masterpiece)..s for 'National Matche's and Other ip 'Trai ning and ~xcellence~in-competitive Match.s (T~~).ar rel.c It.ems).

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