DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Preface. *This publication applies to the Active Army, the Army National. FIELD MANUAL NO. , HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Washington, DC, 25 June Change FM , 25 June ; Change 1, 5 September ; . distribution number , requirements for FM , Combat.
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The tower operator exposes the targets to the firers. The standing firing position is used throughout the qualification. Target sequence will vary in distance from the firer, starting with 31 meters and allowing no more than two 7-meter targets. If the firer fails to reload f, pistol in time to engage the next target, it is scored as a miss.
For durability and appearance, it should be made fmm the training aids section or an equally capable agency. This prevents firers from getting ahead of firers in adjoining lanes.
Eight seconds later, another fmm appears. The seven-round magazine should be loaded at this time. Excess ammunition is turned in to the ammunition point. The tower operator orders the firers to position themselves next to the weapon stands. Firing After the Signal to Lower Targets. The magazine containing five rounds is placed in the magazine pouch farthest from the firing hand.
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Each time a target is hit or killed, an X is placed in the column labeled HITs. The tower operator orders the firers to secure their weapons and move to rm center of the trail and 10 meters behind the firing line. Shots fired on the wrong target are entered as a miss on the firing scorecard.
The value of a hit is 10 points. Coaching is not allowed during record firing. The firer places the magazine containing seven rounds in his magazine pouch where it is closest to the firing hand. This appendix provides information on the combat pistol qualification course.
Likewise, to receive a GO during NBC firing, the firer must hit at least 7 of the 30 exposed targets in all five tables. To receive a GO at night, the firer must hit at least 5 of the 30 exposed targets in all five tables. The next order moves to the firing line. One magazine with seven rounds is loaded. They are the numerical identification of targets to be engaged during each mf of fire. Fire commands that apply to the table are used 3-23.335 fire an alibi.
The tower operator orders firers to 3-2335 their weapons. He continues to move forward, keeping aligned with the firers to his right and left. Magazines containing seven rounds are issued to the scorers and given to the firers.
A second exposure time is allowed for each target for both night and NBC firing. For each table, firers are issued only the rounds required to fire that specific table. If a malfunction of weapon or targets occurs during fn from stationary positions, the firer reports the malfunction, and keeps his weapon pointed up and downrange.
Two single targets and one set of multiple targets are exposed to the firer. Excess ammunition from each table is turned in to the ammunition point and not used by the firer gm subsequent tables. Aggressor figures may be superimposed on the silhouettes to add realism to the course of fire. There are four single targets and one set of multiple targets exposed to the firer. For safety purposes, one 3-32.35 containing one round of ammunition and is loaded first in both Tables II and V.
The number of rounds fired to obtain the hit is immaterial. Even if the weapon is not directed toward a target or is accidentally discharged, a replacement round is not issued. DA Form 88 is available through normal publications supply channels.