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CRAPTHt 1. INTRODUCTION 1«3 3

CHAPrsat 2. MECHANICAL TRAINING

Section I. ChanwterUtlca 5

II. DiuMMtibly and uMtnbly 0*16 8

III. Operation and functioning 17,10

IV. Stoppage* and Immediate actkn 19,20 39

V. Miieuatnoe 21-25 41

VI. Ammunition 26-29 54

VII. Aoceoorlw 30-35 56

Chapter S. RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP FUNDAMENTALS

Section I. General 56.37 64

II. Markmanihlp fundamental* 35-45 64

CHAFTKR 4. PREPARATORY MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING AND 25-METER FIRING

Saction I. Preparatory markunantklp and conduct oi training 44-45 B4

II. M14 and M14A1 right* 46-50 92

III. Battleeight *ero 51-54 94

CHAPR* 5. FIELD FIRING

Section I. Conduct oI training 55-61 90

CHAPRR 6. TARGET DETECTION

Section 1. Geperal 64,65 105

II. Range orgaoiaatlon and management 66-69 105

III. Conduct oi training 70-75 HO

IV. Crack and thump techotqw 76-79 120

CHAPTO 7. AUTOMATIC RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP »23

Chapter s. QUICK FIRE

Section 1. Gen aril 90,91 151

II. Quick ilie with the M14 rifle 92.93 lal

*FWa ■unital anperaWca FH 25-S, 7 May 1965, iadwiiag nil change*.

Chapter «>. RECORD FIRE

Section I. Gwinl 94,95 154

II. Record fire—daytime 96-98 154

III. Record fire— nighttime 99-106 161

IV. Prnoeduiea for connecting 15 modified MSI A1 target holding raeckanfane to nne M 40 counter device; and nodiifoation of iheM31Al meohaniani 107-112 US

10. ADVANCED RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP I. Fundamental« 113-117 17B

11. BallUUce 118,119 192

III. Detection and correction of error« 120,121 204

A. REFERENCES 207

B. METRIC CONVERSION TABLES 208

C. KNOWN DISTANCE FIRING 210

D. TARGET DETECTION EXERCISES 214

Index 234

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