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FUNDAMENTALS

Mr. Rob Mango

OVERVIEW
1. Aiming
Iron sights Optics

1. Trigger Control 2. Head position/Support 3. Follow Through


Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Fundamentals of Marksmanship 1. Properly Point (50%) 2. Fire without moving weapon/misaligning (50%)
Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly Point (aiming) 1. Sight Alignment 2. Scope Alignment

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Misalignment of the sights induces an angular error The change in impact downrange increases with distance

Properly Point (scope)

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly Point (scope)

Parallax
Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly Point (scope)

Parallax
1. the apparent movement of objects within the field of view in relation to the reticle.
Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly Point (scope)

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly Point (scope)

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

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Fundamentals of Marksmanship 1. Properly Point (50%) 2. Fire without moving weapon/misaligning (50%)
Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Fire without moving/misaligning

Trigger Control
Surprise Uninterrupted

Fire without moving/misaligning


Stock Weld/ Head Pressure
Incorrect Correct

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning

Fire without moving/misaligning

Fundamentals of Marksmanship

Follow Through

Properly point rifle, then fire rifle without moving/misaligning