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" The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and its motion stopped gradually. In retaining it directed at the mark care must be taken not to continue the aim after steadiness is lost; this period will probably be found to be short at first, but will... "
Small Arms Instructors Manual: An Intensive Course, Including Official "C ... - Page 41
1917 - 184 pages
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Report of the Adjutant General

Michigan. Adjutant General's Office - Michigan - 1903
...cautioned to exercise the utmost care to always take in aiming the same amount of front sight. 20. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...not to continue the aim after steadiness is lost. No effort should be made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. The...
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Firing Regulations for Small Arms for the United States Army and the ...

United States. War Dept - 1904 - 233 pages
...cautioned to exercise the utmost care to always take in aiming the same amount of front 52. The rifio must be raised slowly, without jerk, and its motion...at first, but will quickly lengthen with practice. Xo effort should be made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. Each...
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Small Arms Firing Regulations for the United States Army and the Organized ...

General Staff Corps - 1906
...cautioned to exercise the utmost care to always take in aiming the same amount of front sight. 31. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...continue the aim after steadiness is lost ; this period \vill probably be found to be short at first, but will quickly lengthen with practice. No effort should...
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Small Arms Firing Regulations for the United States Army and for the ...

United States. War Dept - Shooting, Military - 1908 - 231 pages
...cautioned to exercise the utmost care to always take in aiming the same amount of front sight. 31. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. Each soldier will determine for himself the proper time for discontinuing the...
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Small Arms Firing Regulations for the United States Army and the Organized ...

General Staff Corps - 1908
...cautioned to exercise the utmost care to always take in aiming the same amount of front sight. 31. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. Each soldier will determine for himself the proper time for discontinuing the...
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Small-arms Firing Regulations for U.S. Army and for Organized Militia of U.S ...

United States War Dept, United States. War Dept. General Staff Corps - Shooting, Military - 1908 - 231 pages
...front sight. 31. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and its motion stopped gradually. Tn retaining it directed at the mark, care must be taken...made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. Each soldier will determine for himself the proper time for discontinuing the...
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Provisional Small Arms Firing Manual: For the United States Army and for the ...

United States. War Dept, United States. War Dept. General Staff - Shooting, Military - 1909 - 263 pages
...front sight will always be plainly seen, even though the eye is not directed particularly upon it. 27. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. Each soldier will determine for himself the proper time for discontinuing the...
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Provisional Small Arms Firing Manual for the United States Army and for the ...

United States. War Dept, United States. War Dept. General Staff - Firearms - 1909 - 263 pages
...front sight will always be plainly seen, even though the eye is not directed particularly upon it. 27. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...made to prolong it beyond the time that breathing can easily be restrained. Each soldier will determine for himself the proper time for discontinuing the...
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Manual of Military Training

James Alfred Moss - Military art and science - 1914 - 699 pages
...front sight will always be plainly seen, even though the eye is not directed particularly upon it. (40) The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...should be made to prolong it beyond the time that [315] breathing can be easily restrained. Each soldier will determine for himself the proper time for...
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Small Arms Firing Manual, 1913

United States War Department, United States. War Dept. General Staff - Firearms - 1914 - 250 pages
...front sight will always be plainly seen, even though the eye is not directed particularly upon it. 41. The rifle must be raised slowly, without jerk, and...No effort should be made to prolong it beyond the 42. The men must be cautioned not to hold the breath too long, as a trembling of the body will result...
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