Conduct Of Training

Before engaging targets, soldiers are issued one magazine of 6 to 10 rounds and confirm or refine their zero at the 300-yard line by firing two 3-round or 5-round shot groups. Targets are spotted by the pit crews after each group.

NOTES: 1. M16A1. The unmarked aperture (short-range) is used on the M16A1 for refinement of zero at 300 yards. For target engagement beyond the 300-yard line, the long-range aperture (L) Is used.

2. M16A2. The unmarked aperture is used for both refinement of zero and target engagement at all distances on the KD range.

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