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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Practice Record Fire Standards Those that show a complete penetration of the primer by the firing pin could also indicate failure of the cartridge to fully seat in the chamber. Table and Table page show how much one click of elevation or windage will move the strike of the round from a meter zero all the way out to meters.
Cadre -trainer refers to a marksmanship instructor-trainer that has more experience and expertise than the firer does. Can your soldiers scan a designated area or sector of fire and detect all targets out to rifls
Unless otherwise stated, whenever the masculine gender is used, both men and women are included. This should be critiqued rjfle reinforced during dry-fire training.
Check receiver for broken hammer spring. M16A4 MWS battlesight zero.
Full text of “FM Rifle Marksmanship M16A1, M16A, M16A4, and M4 Carbine”
The “Z” marking on the elevation knob used in the detachable carrying handle of the M4-series weapon should be ignored. It progresses into advanced skills and concludes with advanced reading material.
The eight cycles of functioning feeding, chambering, locking, firing, unlocking, extracting, ejecting, and cocking marksmahship after the loaded magazine has been inserted in the weapon.
Basic prone unsupported firing position. Features that differentiate the EST from other systems are superior accuracy and state of the art graphics. This causes the target to appear blurry, while the front sight post is seen marksmanshkp.
Qualification Training Aiming practice is conducted before firing live rounds. Backup Iron Sight M16A4 MWS mechanical zero. Powered by Zen Cart.
marksjanship Soldiers proficient in marksmanship skills can assist in the remedial training effort. Soldiers can correctly manipulate their sights without assistance refer to TM 0. Once these phases are mastered the soldier progresses into advanced optics, and lasers. The commander must ensure that selected instructor-trainers can effectively train other soldiers.
FM 3-22.9 Rifle Marksmanship M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4, M4 CARBINE
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. The placement of shots in these groups more than 6 centimeters apart on the target reflects major shooting error. High power modes can only be used on live-fire ranges exceeding meters.
If the firer is nervous, the coach has the firer breath deeply several times to relax. The locking clamp must grasp the RAS and the torque-limiting knob 1 that tightens the rail grabber must be hand tightened until it clicks two times.
This ensures the majority of the rail grabber is supporting the accessory being mounted to prevent damage to the accessory.
A year-round marksmanship sustainment program is needed for the unit to maintain the individual and collective firing proficiency requirements to accomplish its mission. Then turn the windage drum back right 17 clicks so the rear sight is approximately centered. For ease of reference the shorter lengths can be referred to by the ridle of ribs along their outer surfaces. M15A1 aiming card 6 consecutive alignments. Central point of three shot groups.
Breath control for engaging single targets. The bottom part strikes the top of the sear and releases the hammer, causing the rifle to fire automatically. This firing position Figure offers another stable firing platform for engaging targets. Check for a bad magazine or short recoil. The purpose of shot-group analysis is to identify firer errors on the single shots of a shot group so the soldier can correct these errors while firing the next shot group.
If a long period elapses between initial and sustainment sessions or training doctrine is altered retraining may be required. Any of these three shot groups could have been a minor change in sight picture, breathing, trigger squeeze, position or an erratic round.
Shot-group analysis begins with the instructor- trainer observing the soldier while he fires. Send comments and recommendations for improving this manual to doctrine benning. Additionally, the numbers of the rail to the shooter’s left have an “L” prefix while those on the rail to the shooter’s right have an “R” prefix. The hammer spring drives the hammer forward. When prepared positions are not available, the prone supported position can be substituted.
During day firing, the soldier should practice sight alignment and placement of the aiming point. A malfunction can occur when loading the rifle or during the cycle of operation. Settings 4 through 10 will project a noticeable signature detectable by opposing forces using night vision devices. As the rearward movement of the bolt carrier group allows the nose of the cartridge case to clear the front of the ejection port, the cartridge is pushed out by the action of the ejector and spring.
A live round could be left in the chamber and accidentally discharged.
FM Table of Contents
Phase II should be completed within two weeks after Phase I. No centering or focusing is required beyond 50 meters. Additional skills, such as area fire, are trained and integrated into collective training exercises, which include platoon and squad live-fire situation training exercises STXs.