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Forum: Trigger Puller 07-09-2009
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Posted By Jones_RE
Let me see if I'm following what you're saying,...

Let me see if I'm following what you're saying, Ken.

The shooter should apply the fundamentals of marksmanship even in situations where the enemy cannot be directly seen. You may be aiming at...
Forum: Trigger Puller 07-05-2009
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Posted By Jones_RE
How many rounds to train?

Ken White,

You talked about training shooters to hit targets at 500m. How much ammunition did that require? What methodology did the trainers use?
Forum: Trigger Puller 05-27-2009
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Posted By Jones_RE
Either/Or?

Why not issue both a full power rifle and an assault rifle? Everyone seems to be in absolute agreement that you have to select one single caliber to issue to the entire squad.

WWII infantry used...
Forum: Trigger Puller 09-21-2008
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Posted By Jones_RE
I think the alternative is a three team squad,...

I think the alternative is a three team squad, which has twice the potential for suppression all other things being equal, or a two squad "section." Wilf's "fire team group" potentially offers both...
Forum: Trigger Puller 09-19-2008
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Posted By Jones_RE
Assuming that you don't need the belt feed...

Assuming that you don't need the belt feed ability of M249 often enough to justify the weight, complexity and extra maintenance. . . Should the automatic rifle fire the same round as the assault...
Forum: Trigger Puller 09-18-2008
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Posted By Jones_RE
There's more to a weapon than the cyclic rate,...

There's more to a weapon than the cyclic rate, muzzle velocity and carried weight. Before the M249, there was an attempt to use an M16A1 with a bipod as the squad automatic rifle.

Machine guns...
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