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  1. A warning message is an operation procedure, practice, or condition that may result in injury or _____.
    Death
  2. A caution message is an operating procedure, practice, or condition that may result in damage to _____.
    Equipment
  3. A note is an operating procedure, practice, or condition that is essential to _____.
    Emphasize
  4. What is the shortened version of the 4 universal weapon safety rules?
    Treat, Never, Keep, Keep
  5. What are the 4 universal weapon safety rules (in order)?
    • 1. Treat every weapon as if it were loaded
    • 2. Never point a weapon at anything you do not intent to shoot
    • 3. Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until you are ready to fire
    • 4. Keep your weapon on safe until you intend to fire
  6. What are three important safety considerations?
    Be sure of the target, what is beyond the target, and the maximum range of the weapon being used
  7. What is the maximum EFFECTIVE range (in meters) of the M9 service pistol?
    50 meters
  8. What causes the upper surface of the extractor to protrude from the right side of the M9 service pistol slide?
    A chambered round
  9. Which M9 service pistol operational term describes rearward movement of slide overriding the hammer and forcing the hammer into it's most rearward position?
    Cocking
  10. Which safety feature moves the firing pin striker out of alignment with the firing pin and prevents the M9 service pistol from firing as the hammer moves forward?
    Decocking/Safety lever
  11. What is the maximum range (in meters) of the M9 service pistol?
    1,800 meters
  12. What are the three M9 service pistol safeties?
    • Decocking/Safety lever
    • Firing pin block
    • Half-cock notch
  13. What is the life expectancy of the M9 service pistol?
    15,000 rounds
  14. How is the slide stop engaged when pulling the slide to the rear on an M9 service pistol with a magazine inserted?
    Automatically
  15. What are the 3 major component assemblies of the M9 service pistol?
    • Magazine assembly
    • Slide and barrel assembly
    • Receiver assembly
  16. What are the components of the M9 service pistol Magazine assembly?
    • Rounds indicator
    • Floor plate
    • Retaining plate
    • Follower
    • Magazine spring
    • Magazine tube
  17. T/F? The Slide and barrel assembly serve as the support for all major components and controls the action of the pistol.
    False
  18. During which cycle of the M9 service pistol does the action start the extraction and ejection cycle of operation while compressing the recoil spring?
    Unlocking
  19. The _____ is attached to the M9 service pistol frame.
    Ejector
  20. Which M9 service pistol safety feature interrupts the forward movement of the hammer during a mechanical failure or if the trigger finger is stopped or slips off the trigger during trigger squeeze?
    Half-cock safety notch
  21. What internal safety feature prevents the M9 service pistol from firing fully automatic when the slide does not return to the full battery position due to a pistol, magazine, or ammunition malfunction?
    Disconnector
  22. Which safety feature on the M9 service pistol prevents movement of the firing pin until the trigger is pulled?
    Firing pin block
  23. A red dot is visible, indicating the M9 service pistol is ready to fire, when the safety lever is in what position?
    Up
  24. When is the disassembly button pressed on an M9 service pistol?
    Prior to rotating disassembly/takedown lever down
  25. What are the steps necessary to reassemble the M9 service pistol from fieldstrip?
    • 1. Insert muzzle of the barrel assembly into the forward open end of the slide.  At the same time, lower the rear of the barrel assembly by aligning the extractor cutout with the extractor.  The locking block will fall into the locked position in the slide.
    • 2. Replace recoil spring and recoil spring guide into slide.  Compress assembly by pushing into slide from rear end.  It should rest on barrel.
    • 3. Place slide onto frame, and align track in slide with track in frame.  Push slide to rear.
    • 4. Push disassembly/takedown lever up.
  26. When should a safety check be performed?
    Any time the weapon is reassembled
  27. What are the steps necessary to disassemble the M9 service pistol?
    • 1. Clear/unload pistol.  Allow slide to return fully forward.
    • 2. Hold pistol with muzzle slightly elevated.  With forefinger, press disassembly button on right side.
    • 3. With thumb, rotate assembly lever on left side downward.
    • 4. Pull slide and barrel assembly forward and remove from receiver.
    • 5. Slightly compress and lift recoil spring and spring guide from slide.  Allow recoil spring to expand slowly.
    • 6. Separate recoil spring from recoil guide.
    • 7. Push in on locking block plunger while pushing barrel forward slightly.  Lift and remove barrel assembly from slide.
  28. T/F? Before disassembly of the M9 service pistol, the decocking/safety lever should be in the FIRE (up) position.
    False
  29. T/F? To remove the floorplate, either use the tip of the 9mm round or use the barrel locking block plunger.
    True
  30. T/F? Do not allow the hammer of an M9 service pistol to fall with full force by pulling trigger when slide is removed as damage to receiver may occur.  If necessary, hammer should be lowered manually.
    True
  31. T/F? You don't have to read through an entire disassembly procedure before attempting it.
    False
  32. T/F? For an M9 service pistol, after insertion, magazine spring tension must be maintained using the index finger.
    False
  33. T/F? The lips of the M9 service pistol magazine tube should be placed on a hard surface during reassembly.
    False
  34. The last step for the assembly from fieldstrip is to insert the magazine into the well of the M9 service pistol carefully.  A click indicates the locked position is achieved.
    True
  35. What are the steps necessary to reassemble the M9 service pistol magazine?
    • 1. Insert the follower into the top coil of the magazine spring.
    • 2. Insert the magazine spring with follower into magazine tube.
    • 3. Turn the magazine bottom up with the back side against the palm of the hand.
    • 4. Attach and center the floorplate retainer to bottom spring coil.
    • 5. Push and hold the magazine spring and floorplate retainer down.  At the same time, slide floorplate over the side walls until fully seated.
  36. T/F? The last step of the M9 service pistol safety/function check is to release the trigger; click should be heard.  Hammer should not fall.
    False
  37. T/F? An important part of the first step of the M9 service pistol is to check the chamber and magazine well to ensure no ammunition is present.
    True
  38. T/F? The M9 service pistol is mission ready after conducting a successful safety/function check.
    True
  39. T/F? A malfunction causes an interruption in the cycle of operation.
    False
  40. What is a good description of a stovepipe stoppage for an M9 service pistol?
    When the pistol fails to eject the casing, causing the brass to be caught between the chamber and the slide
  41. T/F? Engaging the magazine catch while firing is a typical shooter-induced stoppage.
    True
  42. When not sure why a stoppage has occurred, the shooter should check for a bore obstruction only after waiting a minimum of 10 seconds to ensure a _____ did not occur.
    Hangfire
  43. What are the typical shooter-induced stoppages?
    • Failing to reset the trigger
    • Engaging the magazine release button while firing
    • Failing to make ready
    • Failing to take the pistol off safe prior to firing
    • Engaging the slide stop while firing
  44. What command takes a weapon from Condition 4 to Condition 3?
    Load
  45. What command takes a weapon from Condition 3 to Condition 1?
    Make Ready
  46. What command takes a weapon from Condition 4 to Condition 1?
    Load and Make Ready
  47. What is the command to engage the threat?
    Fire
  48. What is the command to cease engagement of the threat?
    Cease Fire
  49. What is the command to take the weapon from Condition 1 or 3 to Condition 4?
    Unload
  50. What is the command to check the weapon to verify that no ammunition is present before the weapon is put in Condition 4 with a supervisor?
    Unload and Show Clear
  51. What pistol carry method is characterized by extending the arms and raising the pistol to just below eye level?
    Ready carry
  52. What are the 5 "Alert carry" steps for the M9 service pistol?
    • 1. Grasp the pistol grip firmly with two hands
    • 2. Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction
    • 3. Keep the trigger finger straight along the receiver
    • 4. Extend the arms downward at a 45-degree angle to the body
    • 5. Ensure the pistol is on safe
  53. What pistol carry method is used when there is no target, but contact with the enemy is imminent?
    Ready carry
  54. Reducing the silhouette of the armed sentry due to the strong side angle of the body is an advantage associated with what shooting stance?
    Weaver stance
  55. What is a disadvantage of the Weaver pistol shooting stance?
    Does not provide for quicker target acquisition
  56. When is a loaded chamber indicator check made?
    After a round has been chambered
  57. What procedure causes a round to be chambered?
    Make Ready
  58. Can a round remain chambered in the M9 service pistol after removal of the magazine?
    Yes
  59. What is the first step performed by the person receiving the weapon in a Show Clear transfer?
    Ensure the pistol is in Condition 4, with the slide locked to the rear
  60. What step is common to both the individual transferring the weapon and the individual receiving the weapon?
    Visually inspect the pistol to ensure it is safe and clear
  61. In the Administrative Transfer, the M9 service pistol is in what condition?
    Condition 4 with the slide locked to the rear
  62. What method of transporting the M9 service pistol is commonly used when enemy contact is remote?
    Holster
  63. When unloading and reloading in a tactical situation, the user should maintain what percent of vision on the weapon and what percent on the target?
    25% on weapon and 75% on target
  64. T/F? A weapon should be drawn from the holster quickly and returned quickly.
    False
  65. What is the maximum number of rounds held by the M9 service pistol magazine?
    15
  66. What are the 4 Drawing Technique Stages (in order)?
    • 1. Grab
    • 2. Draw
    • 3. Smack
    • 4. Look and Squeeze
  67. What is a description of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    • 12 gauge
    • Manually operated
    • Pump action
    • Repeating
    • Tubular-mag fed
    • Shoulder-fired
  68. T/F? The M500 Mossberg Shotgun is used as an offensive and defensive weapon.
    True
  69. What are the major component groups of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    • Stock
    • Receiver
    • Barrel
    • Trigger
  70. What is the mechanism type in the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    Pump slide action
  71. What is the caliber of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    12-gauge (18.52mm)
  72. What is the model number of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    MIL-S 500
  73. What is the magazine type of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    Tube-type magazine
  74. What is the M500 Mossberg Shotgun ammunition capacity?
    5 + 1 rounds (chambered)
  75. What is the empty weight of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    6.9 lbs
  76. What is the maximum EFFECTIVE range of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun with buckshot?
    50 yds (150 ft / 46 m)
  77. What is the maximum range of the M500 Mossberg Shotgun with buckshot?
    660 yds (1,980 ft / 604 m)
  78. What size are the M500 Mossberg Shotgun shells?
    2-3/4 inch
  79. What is the M500 Mossberg Shotgun life expectancy?
    10,000 rounds
  80. What safeties does the M500 Mossberg Shotgun have?
    A safety button on top rear of the receiver that slides forward and rearward
  81. What are the 3 types of transports for the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    • Strong side sling arm (muzzle up)
    • Weak side sling arm (muzzle down)
    • Cross body sling arm (muzzle up or down)
  82. What are the 3 carry methods for the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    • Tactical
    • Ready
    • Alert
  83. What are the cycles of operation for the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    • Feed
    • Chamber
    • Lock
    • Fire
    • Unlock
    • Extract
    • Eject
    • Cock
  84. What are the different assemblies for the M500 Mossberg Shotgun?
    • Barrel
    • Bolt
    • Receiver
    • Trigger housing
    • Fore end
    • Butt stock
  85. What is the cyclic rate of fire in automatic mode for the M16A3 rifle?
    700-900 rounds per minute
  86. What are the 2 magazine capacities available for the M16A3 rifle?
    20 and 30 round
  87. What caliber is the M16A3 rifle?
    5.56 mm
  88. What is the maximum EFFECTIVE range of the M16A3 rifle?
    1,804 ft (550 m)
  89. What is the life expectancy of the M16A3 and the M4A1 rifles?
    25,000 rounds
  90. What has a greater maximum EFFECTIVE range, the M4A1 or the M16A3 rifle?
    M16A3
  91. What is the maximum range (in meters) of the M16 rifle?
    3,600 meters
  92. What is the caliber of the M4A1 rifle?
    5.56 mm
  93. What is the cyclic rate of fire for the M4A1 rifle?
    90 rounds per minute
  94. What is the maximum EFFECTIVE range of the M4A1 rifle?
    1,640 ft (500 m)
  95. What major component group of the rifle consists of the cartridge extractor, ejector, and firing pin?
    Bolt Carrier Assembly
  96. What major component group consists of the base plate, follower, and housing?
    Cartridge Magazine Assembly
  97. What major component group holds cartridges ready for feeding and provides a guide for positioning cartridges for stripping?
    Cartridge Magazine Assembly
  98. What are the 3 components associated with the Upper Receiver Assembly?
    • Compensator
    • Ejection Port
    • Front Sight Assembly
  99. What are the 3 components associated with the Lower Receiver Assembly?
    • Selector Lever
    • Takedown Pin
    • Bolt Catch
  100. What are the 4 major component groups of the M16 rifle?
    • Bolt and Bolt Carrier Assembly
    • Magazine Group Assembly
    • Upper Receiver Assembly
    • Lower Receiver Assembly

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