Interrupted Trigger Control

Interrupted trigger control is used at any time the sight alignment is interrupted or the target is temporarily obscured. An example of this is extremely windy conditions when the weapon will not settle, forcing the Marine to pause until the sights return to his aiming point. To perform interrupted trigger control:

i Move the trigger to the rear until an error is detected in the aiming process. i When this occurs, stop the rearward motion on the trigger, but maintain the pressure on the trigger, until sight picture is achieved. i When the sight picture settles, continue the rearward motion on the trigger until the shot is fired.

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