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Navy small arms
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Small arms means any weapon with a caliber of_______ or smaller?
.60 inch ( Navy has .50)
What are the universal safety rules?
Treat every weapon as if it were loaded
Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot
Keep you finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fire
Keep the weapon on safe until ready to fire
(treat, never, keep, keep)
What is the diameter of a shotguns bore referred to as?
What is Gauge a measurement of?
The number of lead balls of that particular diameter required to make a pound.
What are the 8 cycles of operation?
Feeding, Chambering, Locking, Firing, unlocking, extracting, ejecting, cocking
( Fat, Chicks, Like, ****ing, Unless, Eating, Every, Cock)
The 9-mm is automatic or semi-automatic?
What are 2 types of guns that can be fired semi or fully auto?
7.62 M14 rifle and
5.56 M16 rifle
How does a gas operated weapon work?
A small hole near the nuzzle end connect the barrel and the cylinder as the bullet moves past this hole gases push the piston rearward.
How does a recoil operated weapon work?
the barrel and bolt move rearward together for a short distance. the barrel is stopped and the bolt(unlocked) continues to the rear against spring pressure until the empty case is ejected. The force of recoil is also used to cock the weapon and compress the spring returning the bolt to its firing positon and chambering a new round in the process
Describe how a Blowback operated weapon works.
Bolt is held closed by spring pressure and mass of breech block. the exploding cartridge starts the bolt moving rearward but the weight of the bolt does not allow the chamber to be entirely opened until the round has left the bore. Action by a recoil spring returns the bolt to the closed position chambering a new round.
What is the greatest distance that a projectile will travel?
The greatest distance at which a weapon may be expected to fire accurately to inflict damage or casualties is known as_________________________?
Maximum effective range
Cyclic rate of fire is defined as?
The maximum rate at which a weapon will fire in automatic operation, stated in rounds per min (rpm)
What is a sustained rate of fire?
The average number of rounds fired per minute with the number of minutes this rate can be sustained without damage to the weapon.
What weapon is a single or double action, short-recoil operated semi-auto, magazine fed, self loading hand gun with fixed sights?
How many rounds can the magazine of an M9 hold?
How much does the 9-mm weigh empty?
Max range of M9?
1800 meters, 1962.2 yds
Max effective range of an M9?
50 meters, 54.7 yds
After the last round has been fired and ejected by the M9, the slide and barrel will remain open by the _________________________?
Magazine follower pressing up on the slide stop lever
what rifle is lightweight, air-cooled, gas operated, magazine fed shoulder weapon?
What has a cyclic rate of fire at 750 rpm?
What uses 7.62-mm and holds 20 rounds cartridge magazine?
WHat is the location of the safety on the M14?
In front of the trigger guard
In order for the safety to be engaged on the M14 the weapon must first be_____?
To fire the M14 press the safety in which direction?
Forward from inside the trigger guard
The spindle valve must be in what position for grenades or line throwing projectiles?
Horizontal (OFF) postion
What weapon is 5.56-mm, magazine fed, gas-operated, air-cooled, shoulder weapon?
What is the muzzle velocity of the M16?
Max effective range of the M16?
What is the muzzle velocity of the M4?
Max effective range of the M4?
Safe is which direction on the selector on the M16?
All the way forward
Magazines of the M16 are capable of holding how many rounds?
To reduce the possibility of a first round stoppage and save time required to chamber the first round by pulling the charging handle you should load with the bolt______?
How long is shot line?
What is the tensile strength of shot line?
what color is shot line?
How long will it float in the water for?
Where is the safety switch on the M500?
Top on receiver
magazine capacity of the M500?
What is a belt-fed, recoil operated air cooled machine gun?
What is max range of .50 cal?
Max effective range of .50 cal?
Rate of fire of .50 cal?
How much does the barrel weigh of a .50 cal?
The receiver weighs how much on the .50 cal?
.50 cal has a muzzle velocity of ___________fps?
Under normal circumstances the .50 cal is fed from what side of the receiver?
The distance between the face of the bolt and the base of a cartridge case fully seated in the chamber
Go/ No go gauge
firing takes place with the bolt in the correct position
FIre, No fire gauge
The fire gauge is how many inches thick?
the No fire gauge is how many inches thick?
What happens on the command Half-Load?
cover closed, double loop end of ammo belt is inserted in the feed-way until the first round is held by the belt holding pawl.
At what point does the the M2 reach cook off?
After a burst of 250 rounds or more
What is a run-away gun?
firing continues after the trigger has been released
How do you fix a run-away gun?
Twist the ammo belt at the feed slot
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