CObtain and Record Direction Readings to all Targets Within the Sector of Fire

(Figure 4-6). Loosen the traversing slide lock lever and move the slide along the traversing bar until the MK 19 is laid on the center of a point target or on either flank of a linear target. Lock the traversing bar and read the direction from the scale on the traversing bar. If the left edge of the traversing slide does not fall exactly on a 5-mil tickmark, move the left edge of the traversing bar slide back to the next smaller mil reading. Use the traversing handwheel to complete the initial lay. Obtain a reading to the target by the direction of the MK 19 barrel. If the barrel is moved to the right, record a right reading. Read the number on the traversing bar from the left side of the traversing slide lock. If the barrel is moved to the left and the traversing slide lock is on the right side of the zero, record a left reading. After taking a direction reading for a target, measure the width of the target in mils using the traversing handwheel to move across the target. Reposition the traversing mechanism before moving to another target.

d. Obtain Elevation Reading. Ensure the MK 19 is laid on the center base of the target. Read the elevation from two scales: the first, or major, part from the elevating screw plate scale; the second, or minor, part from the elevating handwheel. Separate the two parts of the elevation reading with a slash (for example, -50/3). An elevation reading may not be valid on any other T&E mechanism than the one from which it was read. If the number of threads is increased or decreased after the data is recorded, accurate fire cannot be placed on the target. For example, if a weapon is freed to engage a secondary sector, and the base of the T&E mechanism is rotated, the data is wrong unless the same number of threads is exposed before and after the move.

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