REVIEW 2 ANSWERS
A1. The M-14 rifle is chambered to fire the 7.62-mm
A2. Fully loaded, the M-14 weighs 11 pounds.
A3. Identify the following rifle components as either
M16A1 or M16A2:
A4. The first step in cleaning the M16 rifle is to point
the selector lever toward SAFE.
A5. The M16 rifle carries 20 or 30 rounds of
A6. When loading the M16 rifle, you shouldnt ride
the charging handle forward because the bolt
may fail to lock.
A7. When the selector is set for burst, the M16A2
fires three rounds.
A8. The conditions that must exist to consider the
M16 rifle clear include
a. No case or rounds is/are in the chamber
b. The magazine is out
c. The bolt carrier is to the rear
d. The selector lever is on the SAFE position
A9. The cleaning materials for the M16 are stored in
the rifle stock.
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS
A1. A .45-caliber pistol magazine will hold seven
A2. The .45-caliber pistol was designed to be used as
an individual weapon for close use.
A3. The three safety features of the 9mm service
a. Ambidextrous safety
b. Firing pin block
c. Half cock notch
A4. When loading your pistol, you should make sure
the safety is in the down position.
REVIEW 4 ANSWER
A1. The shotgun has the advantage of being able to
expel anywhere from nine to hundreds of
projectiles covering a wide area.
REVIEW 5 ANSWERS
A1. When you have properly aligned your sights, the
top of the front sight is level with the
horizontal center line of the rear sight, and the
body of the front sight is centered between the
rear sight aperture.
A2. The distance between your eye and the rear sight
is referred to as eye relief.
A3. At times, its necessary to blacken sights during
sighting and aiming exercises to reduce
reflection and glare.
A4. The three standard positions for shooting are
Has a lighter barrel because of
the ammunition fired
Rear sights are adjusted by
means of a windage knob and
Has a semiautomatic or burst
Fires a 5.56-mm round and a