This manual provides guidance for planning and executing training on the mm Mseries rifle (M16A1/A2/A3/A4) and M4 carbine. It is a guide for. M16/A2 and M4 FM Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Department of the Army. (, August). Rifle marksmanship M/M4-series weapons (FM ). Washington, DC: Author. Dyer, J. L., Schaefer, P. S., Bink, .
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To slide the shield beyond a cutout, or to remove it, apply thumb pressure to the center of the spring latch and slide it in the desired direction. Two single shots on a meter zero target that are 2 centimeters apart does not equate to two squares from each other on the M4 zero target.
The bolt is locked FM Upon entering the position, the soldier adds or removes dirt, sandbags, or other supports to adjust for his height. This is not a precise marking that requires a measurement but a procedure to help shot-group analysis. At the same time, the extractor claw grips the rim of the cartridge, and the ejector is compressed.
Marksmanship Fundamentals 1 Commanders can use this guide not only to assess their unit’s marksmanship proficiency, but to assess the leaders of their units marksmanshhip their ability to effectively implement a marksmanship program. For ease of reference the shorter lengths can be referred to by the number of ribs along their outer surfaces.
Do your soldiers demonstrate individual marksmanship proficiency during MOPP firing conditions? Marksmannship target shown in Figure illustrates a match-grade quality rifle-ammunition combination, which places all bullets in almost the same hole, and helps detect the slightest errors of the firer. When storing ammunition in marksmanshhip open is necessary, it must be raised on dunnage at least 6 inches from the ground and protected with a cover, leaving enough space for air circulation.
Marksmansyip charging handle to full forward position. He has learned to apply the four marksmanship fundamentals, and other skills needed to engage a target. The targets shown in Figure reflect possible 25 -meter shot group performances by standard rifle-ammunition combinations and proper soldier performance. A good instructor-trainer must understand the training phases and techniques for developing marksmanship skills, and he must possess the following qualifications.
The feedback is not adequate when bullets marksmanshipp previous firings cannot be identified such as previous shot groups on a zero target that are not triangulated and clearly marked. It can be used in lieu of service ammunition on indoor ranges and by units that have a limited range fan that does not allow the firing of service ammunition.
Do soldiers maintain their assigned weapons and magazines I AW the technical manual? Firers with these shot groups should receive extensive dry- tifle training to help correct firing problems. Immediate action involves quickly applying a possible correction to reduce a stoppage without performing troubleshooting procedures to determine the actual cause. Unless otherwise stated, whenever the masculine rfle is used, both men and women are included.
If the front sight strays from the target during the firing process, pressure on the trigger should be held constant and resumed as soon as sighting is corrected.
Central point of three shot groups. Basic Program Implementation If a long period elapses between initial and sustainment sessions or training doctrine is altered retraining may be required. This cartridge has a Coaches are analyzing the firer’s fundamentals. Shot 222.9 is a form of practice firing with two primary objectives: A better firing performance should be expected, and the instructor-trainer should ensure the soldier is properly applying the four marksmanship fundamentals.
Rm immediate action fails to clear the malfunction, remedial action must be taken. Using artificial support or bones in the upper body as support allows him to relax and settle into position. This firing position Figure offers another stable firing platform for engaging targets. Mount the rail grabber marksmansihp the way forward on the top or either side of the RAS 2 ensuring it does not extend beyond the end of the RAS.
The mounting procedures are identical for the M16A4 and M4-series modular weapon systems.
Full text of “FM Rifle Marksmanship M16A1, M16A, M16A4, and M4 Carbine”
Soldiers can maintain, load and unload their magazines refer to TM 0. The BIS provides a backup capability effective out to at least meters and can be installed on the M 16A4 and M4-series weapons. The training strategy for basic rifle marksmanship begins in IET and continues in the unit.
Details specific to each rail grabber are outlined in the following paragraphs. When the recoil of the bolt carrier cocks the hammer, the disconnector engages the lower hook of the hammer and holds it until the trigger is released. Training is usually conducted in a shorter time frame than at IET. He must establish a steady position allowing observation of the target.
The twist of the M16A1 rifling is not sufficient to stabilize the heavier projectile of the round. Bending one knee is optional in this position soldier’s preference.
FM 3-22.9 Rifle Marksmanship M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4, M4 CARBINE
The twist of the M16A1 rifling is not sufficient to stabilize the projectile of the heavier ammunition. Many individual marksmanship tasks, such as operation and function checks, immediate action, target detection, marksmansihp dry fire, do not require live firing. With the selector lever pointing toward SAFE allow the bolt to go forward by pressing the upper portion of the bolt catch.
This evaluation also provides an overview of training effectiveness.