Cone Of Fire And Beaten Zone

d. DANGER SPACE. This is the space between the weapon and the target where the trajectory does not rise above 1.8 meters (the average height of a standing soldier). This includes the area of the beaten zone. When the SAW (on its bipod) is fired over level or uniformly sloping terrain at a target less than 700 meters away, the trajectory will not rise above the average height of a standing soldier. When targets are engaged over level or uniformly sloping terrain at ranges greater than 700 meters, the trajectory will rise above the average height of a standing soldier. Therefore, not all the distance between the weapon and the target is danger space.

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    What is a beaten zone m249 saw?
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