Soldiers Refine Marksmanship Skills – Everything Law and Order Blog

Close up footage of U.S. Soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade & 2nd Cavalry Regiment while participating in various live-fire qualification exercises utilizing the M320, M2, M4, AT-4 on the range at the 7th Army Training Command’s Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany.

Credit: U.S. Army videos by Spc. Rolyn Kropf

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Derivative works: Military Archive

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33 thoughts on “Soldiers Refine Marksmanship Skills”
  1. I've never fired a live AT-4 (we used the 9mm training device in BCT), but it looks like the launcher moves forward when the rocket leaves the tube, instead of backward like a rifle. Am I seeing that right?

  2. The first gun can get redesigned to take a drum so it can be semi auto. Just like the semi auto shotgun that takes those big clips. I'm guessing something that size you could do at least ten to twelve rounds.

  3. It’s funny that with the HK M320 our platoon had an easier time using the iron sights than the advanced laser sight system. The laser never fucking worked for shit

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