FM 3-23.35 PDF

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DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Preface. *This publication applies to the Active Army, the Army National. FIELD MANUAL NO. , HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Washington, DC, 25 June Change FM , 25 June ; Change 1, 5 September ; . distribution number , requirements for FM , Combat.

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To receive a GO at night, the firer must hit at least 5 of the 30 exposed targets in all five tables. A second exposure time is allowed for each target for both night and NBC firing. The number of rounds fired to obtain the hit is immaterial.

For safety purposes, one magazine containing one round of ammunition and is loaded first in both Tables II 3-23.355 V. Only single targets are exposed to the firer in this table.

Daylight target exposure times are as follows:.

For each table of the CPQC, the firer is afforded extra rounds to reengage targets that are missed. One magazine with seven rounds, and five targets exposed. This prevents firers from getting ahead of firers in adjoining lanes. This prevents firers from getting ahead of other firers fmm adjoining lanes.


If a malfunction of weapon or targets occurs during firing from stationary positions, the firer reports the malfunction, and keeps his weapon pointed up and downrange. The target sequence is decided by the tower operator but is the same for all lanes.


Five targets three single and one set of multiple targets are exposed, and each is fired following the firer’s rotation to another firing point. Excess Ammunition at the End of a Firing Table.

Sign In Sign Out. Firers are issued one magazine of one round, one magazine of seven rounds, and one magazine of five rounds.

This exercise teaches the soldier to change his magazine quickly and safely by instinct under pressure. All shots fired by the firer are scored after he has taken his place on the firing lane. The seven-round magazine should be loaded at this time. When firing the 9-mm pistol, the firer uses double-action mode for the first round in all tables. The QTTD may be procured locally. Target sequence will vary in distance from the firer, starting with 31 meters and allowing no more than two 7-meter targets.

F, firer assumes the same position on the firing line as in Table I.

FM Appendix A, Combat Pistol Qualification Course

The tower operator orders firers to secure their weapons. The firing orders are rotated and the above sequence continued until all orders have fired. Any shots that are fired by the firer after the target starts to lower are scored as a miss. Four targets 3-23.335 exposed starting with the same position used in the previous tables. The standing firing position is used throughout the qualification. In Table V, however, a second magazine change is done in accordance with commands from the control cm.


One magazine with five rounds is loaded.

The qualification tables described in paragraphs A-2 and A-3 also apply for night and NBC qualification. Coaching is not allowed during record firing.

FM 3-23.35

The tower operator commands:. Alibis are fired at the completion of each table from the position where the alibi occurred.

This appendix provides information on the combat pistol qualification course. Numbers in column labeled Cm target are not the sequence in which targets are exposed.

Ten targets are exposed. There are no commands from range personnel or coaches for the magazine change. The tower operator orders firers to move to the firing line in preparation for firing. For durability and appearance, it should be made by the training aids section or an equally capable agency. For each table, firers are issued only the 3-23.53 required to fire that specific table. The firer begins 10 meters behind the firing line in the middle of the trail.