August 1934

Small-Bore Musketry Firing

Volume 19, Issue 2

There is given below a description of a musketry course designed for the .22 caliber range. I believe that to adopt this or a similar course as a required part of the year's firing for all men of the rank of sergeant and below would benefit the Marine Corps; I do not believe that the cost or the time required would be prohibitive.

The problems suggested are illustrative; they may be fand should be) varied a thousand ways. However, I believe that the course should contain at least one problem of each type given below.

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