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 standing firing position is used throughout the qualification.
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One magazine with one round, one magazine with seven rounds, and six targets exposed. Five targets three single and one set of multiple targets are exposed, and each is fired following the firer’s rotation to another firing point. Firing on the Wrong Target. The range to exposed targets does not exceed 31 meters from the firer. They are the numerical identification of targets to be engaged during each table of fire. The firer places the magazine containing seven rounds in his magazine pouch where it is closest to the firing hand.
One magazine with five rounds is loaded. The tower operator orders the firers to position themselves next to the weapon stands. The tower operator decides the target sequence.
Shots fired on the wrong target are entered as a miss on the firing scorecard. Coaching is not allowed during record firing. There is an eight-second delay to allow the firer to change magazines.
He continues to move forward, keeping aligned with the firers to his right and left. Four targets are exposed starting with the same position used in the previous cm. For each table of the CPQC, the firer is afforded extra rounds to reengage targets that are missed.
The tower operator exposes the targets to the firers. Qualification standards are listed in the bottom right corner on the record firing side of the scorecard. Even if the weapon is not directed toward a target or is accidentally discharged, a replacement round is not issued. There 3-23.53 no commands from range personnel or coaches for the magazine change.
Two single targets and one set of multiple targets are exposed to the firer. Eight seconds later, another target appears. The tower operator orders 3-23.35 to move to the firing line in preparation for firing. The firer assumes the same position on the firing line as in Table I. If the firer fails to reload his pistol in time to engage the next 3-23.53, it is scored as a miss.
The standing position is assumed at the firing line with the weapon held at the ready position. The firer is not penalized for using or not using the extra ammunition. The firing orders are rotated and the above sequence continued 3-23.5 all orders have fired. The tower operator orders the firers to secure their weapons and move to the center of the trail and 10 meters behind the firing line.
Should the malfunction occur during Table V, the firer keeps his weapon pointed up and downrange. DA Form 88 is available through normal publications supply channels. Sign In Sign Out. Upon completion 3-23.5 firing the CPQC, the scorer totals and signs the scorecard. Target sequences vary in distance from the firer, starting with no more than two targets at 7 meters and the farthest targets 3-233.5 31 meters.
There are four single targets and one set of multiple targets exposed to the firer. The tower operator has each scorer total the firer’s scorecard and turn it in to the range officer or his representative. This appendix provides information on the 32-3.35 pistol qualification course.
Again, the firer must engage this target in the required time or it is scored a miss. The target sequence is decided by the tower operator but is the same for all lanes. Upon completion of Table V, the tower operator commands:. Firing After the Signal to Lower Targets. One magazine of seven rounds is issued to the firers. The firer begins 10 meters behind the 32-3.35 line in the middle of the trail.
A soldier who can reengage a target with an extra round during the exposure time is just as effective as one 3-2.335 hits the target with one round. The firer is credited with a hit if the hit is made during the target exposure time. Magazines containing seven rounds are issued to the scorers and given to the firers. Target sequence will vary in distance from the firer, starting with 31 meters and allowing no more than 33-23.35 7-meter targets.
This exercise teaches the soldier to change his magazine quickly and safely by instinct under pressure. To receive a GO at night, the firer must hit at least 5 of the 30 exposed targets -323.35 all five tables.
All excess ammunition is turned in after the completion of each table and may not be used during subsequent tables. The following qualification tables apply for day, night, and NBC qualification. For safety purposes, one magazine containing one round of ammunition and is loaded first in both Tables II and V. During the eight-second delay, the firer must reload the weapon and be prepared to engage the next exposed target. For each table, firers are issued only the rounds required to fire that specific table.
Three seconds after the target appears, the target is lowered if not hit. Aggressor figures may be superimposed on the silhouettes to add realism to the course of fire. No person may give or try to give help while the firer is taking his position or after he has taken 33-23.35 position at the firing point.