(7) WW It the pupil it performing these oper* atlons, the coach:
(a) Checks the sight setting and initial lay.
(b) Checks the pupil's position.
(c) Sees that the pupil simulates firing a shot (a) before manipulating the gun.
(d) Checks for proper manipulation.
(e) At the completion of the exercise, checks the lay and critiques the exercise.
6. Tht Announeenteni of Jnifrwrtonj. (Exam-pi«):
(1) PASTER NUMBER FIVE (SIX) TO FASTER NUMBER SIX (FIVE).
(2) ONE THOUSAND.
(S) TRAVERSE ANI? SEARCH. At the command FIRE, the Instruction proceeds as described in 0(4), (5), (6) above,
111, Observation and Adjustment of fire
The purpose of observation and adjustment practice is to teach the adjustment of fire by observing the strike of the bullet«, the flight of tra cers, or by frequent relaying on the target using the sights.
(1) When firing on the 10 meter range, the strike of the bullets is visible on the target.
(2) When firing at greater distances, the strike of the bullets on the ground may cause dust to rise which is visible to the gunner; however, during wet weather» the strike can not always be ■esfKL ln thU event» the tracers will allow the gunner or crew 1 seder to note the strike of the burst in relation to the target.
(1) Using the mil relation, 1 dick of the traversing hand wheel or elevating handwheel moves the strike of the bullet ^-inch on Hie target at a rang* fit 10 meters.
(2) When firing on the IOmeter range, adjust, moving the shot group a required number of centimeters vertically or horizontally until the center of the group is on the aiming paster. Should the gunner's initial burst strike the target $ centimeters to the left and S centimeters below
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