Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks by Alfred R. Bellinger

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Rifle Marksmanship ______________________________________________________________________________________ 3-13 l l Ensure the chamber is empty and no ammunition is present. l Have an observer inspect the weapon to ensure no ammunition is present. The observer: n Visually inspects chamber to ensure it is empty, no ammunition is present, and the magazine is removed. n Ensures the weapon is on safe. n Acknowledges the rifle is clear. l l l After receiving acknowledgment from the observer that the rifle is clear, the Marine releases the bolt catch and observes the bolt moving forward on an empty chamber.

This stabilizes the rifle on the shoulder. Cross Body Sling Arms Transport A Marine uses the cross body sling arms transport if he requires both hands for work. The rifle is slung across the back with the muzzle up or down. Normally, the rifle is carried with the muzzle down to prevent pointing the muzzle in an unsafe direction. To assume a cross body sling transport, a Marine performs the following steps from weak side sling arms (muzzle down) (see fig. 3-24): Figure 3-24. Cross Body Sling Arms Transport (Muzzle Down).

L Have an observer inspect the weapon to ensure no ammunition is present. The observer: n Visually inspects chamber to ensure it is empty, no ammunition is present, and the magazine is removed. n Ensures the weapon is on safe. n Acknowledges the rifle is clear. l l l After receiving acknowledgment from the observer that the rifle is clear, the Marine releases the bolt catch and observes the bolt moving forward on an empty chamber. Close the ejection port cover. ). Place any ejected round into the magazine and return the magazine to the magazine pouch and close the magazine pouch.

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