There are two carries with the pistol: the Alert and the Ready. The carries permit quick engagement when necessary. Alert Carry – used when enemy contact is likely (probable). Ready Carry – used when there is no target, but contact with the enemy is imminent.
What is the proper order of drawing technique?
The recommended order of draw for plastic collection tubes is:
- First – blood culture bottle or tube (yellow or yellow-black top)
- Second – coagulation tube (light blue top). …
- Third – non-additive tube (red top)
- Last draw – additive tubes in this order:
What is incomplete locking?
What is incomplete locking? Due to a weapon, magazine, or ammunition malfunction connection between the firing pin safety lock and the safety lever is not made. In this situation the safety lock remains engaged, thereby blocking the firing pin.
What does the Decocking safety lever in the up position indicate?
What does the decocking/safety lever in the Up position indicate? Weapon is ready to fire.
Which safety feature interrupts the forward motion of the hammer during a mechanical failure but is overridden when the trigger is pulled to the rear?
As the trigger is pulled, the firing pin block moves up and out of the firing pin notch. This movement allows a round to be fired when the hammer strikes the firing pin. The Half-Cock Notch interrupts forward movement of the hammer during a mechanical failure.
What is the correct order of tubes when drawing blood?
The draw order for specimen tubes is as follows:
Gold SST (Plain tube w/gel and clot activator additive) Green and Dark Green (Heparin, with and without gel) Lavender (EDTA) Pink – Blood Bank (EDTA)
What happens if the proper order of draw is not followed?
In the era of lyophilized anticoagulants, order of draw is no longer important. Contamination of serum samples with K EDTA will occur routinely if order of draw is not followed. During syringe collections, contamination with K EDTA may rarely occur if order of draw is not followed.
How many major components does the M9 have?
The major components of the M9 (Figure 1-3) and M11 (Figure 1-4) pistols are: a. Slide and Barrel Assembly: Houses the firing pin, striker, and extractor.
|M9 PISTOL||M11 PISTOL|
|Magazine Capacity||15 Rounds||13 Rounds|
|Weight with Empty Magazine||960 grams (2.1 pounds)||745 grams (26.1 oz.)|
What is clearing a stoppage during Navy pistol qualification?
When clearing a stoppage during a Navy Handgun Qualification Course, the first action the shooter must do is which of the following? Remove finger from the trigger and place it straight alongside the receiver.
What command is responsible for shipboard weapon systems?
The Weapons and Sensors Section of OPTEVFOR is responsible for planning and executing Operational Test and Evaluation of U. S. Navy shipboard weapon systems and sensors and ship-launched strike weapons.
What is the maximum range of an M9?
|United States Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9|
|Muzzle velocity||381 m/s (1,250 ft/s)|
|Effective firing range||50 m|
|Maximum firing range||100 m|
What condition should the weapon be in when returned to the armory?
What condition should the weapon be in when returned to the armory? An operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc., which if not strictly observed, WILL result in serious injury to, or death of personnel, or threatens the primary mission of the ship.
What is the maximum range in meters of the m16a3 service rifle?
|Rifle, Caliber 5.56 mm, M16|
|Muzzle velocity||3,150 ft/s (960 m/s) (M855A1 round)|
|Effective firing range||550 m (601 yd) (point target) 800 m (875 yd) (area target)|
|Maximum firing range||3,600 m (3,937 yd)|
When clearing a stoppage during a handgun practical weapons course the shooter should do which of the following immediately after removing finger from the trigger?
When clearing a stoppage during a Handgun Practical Weapons Course, [ the shooter should do the following immediately AFTER removing finger from trigger: Engage decocking/safety lever. ]
What condition is load and make ready?
Load & Make Ready is the action of loading the firearm, chambering a round, and either coming to a ready position or holstering the firearm.
Which method of carry is commonly used when no immediate threat is present?
Tactical Carry. The Tactical Carry is used when no immediate threat is present. This carry is employed with the common weapon sling.