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  1. respiratory
  2. factory-loaded ammunition from a reputable manufacturer.
  3. Isosceles
  4. solvents and lubricants when handling ammunition.
  5. barricade
  6. syringe"
  7. disturbs your aim before the bullet leaves the barrel.
  8. tactical ready stance
  9. the risk involved in identifying targets and threats.
  10. Trigger control
  11. Isoceles
  12. low ready
  13. Ayoob
  14. helps illuminate the handgun sight.
  15. has been known to improve the focus of your dominant eye and sight picture.

    to improve accuracy, while providing increased peripheral vision.
  16. point-shooting skills, because point shooting can be very effective when the target is in silhouette.
  17. Sight alignment
  18. Follow-through
  19. annually
  20. tactical ready
  21. Shelf
  22. two-handed hip
  23. low ready
  24. Modified Weaver
  25. will
  26. the trigger finger only.
  27. drop or throw ammunition-it may discharge.
  28. Birdshot
  29. maintaining proper grip, stance, and finger placement on the trigger.
  30. is the most important aspect of aiming a handgun.
  31. law enforcement" or "tactical"
  32. slide to the rear to extract the spent casing and return it to the forward position to chamber a new round.
  33. shoulder pocket.
  34. may alter how you see or use your sights.
  35. low kneeling
  36. rifled slug
  37. prone
  38. Stance
  39. watchman"
  40. tactical ready
  41. kneeling
  42. training purposes only.
  43. Follow-through involves maintaining sight alignment before, during, and after firing a round.

    You must acquire a sight picture each time you fire the rifle/carbine.

    You must maintain proper grip, shooting stance, and finger placement on the trigger.
  44. should
  45. two-handed, high point position
  46. using deadly force.
  47. Controlling/pulling
  48. touch the barricade's surface.
  49. Duty
  50. prevents the weapon from firing until you release and control the trigger again.
  51. Do not use cartridges that have been water soaked as seeping water may affect the primers.

    Follow your agency's standard operating procedure for storing ammunition.

    Respect the manufacturer's original design: Do not alter the ammunition.

    Environmental conditions affect the ammunition's shelf and duty life expectancy and may cause malfunctions when you use the cartridges.

    When storing ammunition, following the manufacturer's recommendations is crucial.

    Avoid keeping ammunition in locations where there is atmospheric heat, such as inside a closed vehicle, or where there is radiant heat (for example, inside a box in a sunny location).

    Properly storing and handling your ammunition helps prevent defects.

    Keep your ammunition in a cool place where moisture is minimal.
  52. Weaver
  53. hip shooting
  54. Trigger control
  55. Harries
  56. provides maximum support while firing.
  57. double-aught buckshot
  58. Sight alignment
  59. kneeling position
  60. shotgun.
  61. cause the firearm to move and disturb your sight alignment and muzzle.
  62. Breath control
  63. armor piercing
  64. should
  65. but rather keep your body and weapon in a controlled position during discharge.
  66. stand or kneel a safe distance away from the barricade and use the roll-out technique to gain maximum protection behind cover.
  67. keep it there until you fire.
  68. hollowpoint
  69. look along the top of the weapon's sight plane and center the top of the front sight horizontally and vertically in the rear aperture or notch.
  70. Double-aught buckshot
  71. kneeling
  72. Point shooting
  73. Positioning your weapon-side leg to the rear makes you a smaller, harder-to-hit target for the aggressor.

    Stand or kneel a safe distance away from the barricade, and use the roll-out technique to gain maximum protection behind cover.
  74. low ready
  75. tracer
  76. prone
  77. disturbs your aim.
  78. Handgun
  79. rapid recovery between rounds.
  80. you can move the trigger straight to the rear with the same results each time.
  81. tightly around the fingers of your shooting hand, with your thumb and index finger in proper grip position along the frame.
  82. handgun
  83. single-action
  84. full metal jacket
  85. date you received and stored ammunition.
  86. on or just below the thumb of your shooting hand (holding the weapon firmly).
  87. the standing or kneeling positions.
  88. frangible
  89. return to its forward position (reset).
  90. barricade
  91. Harries
  92. give away your position.
  93. head and weapon to recoil as one unit.
  94. cheek firmly on the stock.
  95. Sight picture
  96. engaging it with your handgun.
  97. is a fundamental of markmanship.
  98. look along the top of the weapon's sight plane and center the top of the front sight on a line along the top of the rear sight.
  99. Ayoob
  100. Rifle-sighted
  101. because it gives the shooter more stability.
  102. is essential for good trigger control.
  103. Ayoob
  104. Bead-sighted
  105. duty ammunition.
  106. trigger control
  107. you must use the point shooting technique.