Instruction/concurrent training

  • General safety rules and weapon clearing procedures.

  • Characteristics, components, accessories, and ammunition.

  • Disassembly

  • Inspection

  • Lubrication

  • Assembly

  • Function check

  • Loading and unloading the magazine

  • Loading and unloading the weapon

  • Immediate and remedial actions

  • Adjusting front and rear sights

  • Peer coaching

  • Eight cycles of function.

  • Troubleshooting

Personnel

  • Range OIC

  • Range Safety Officer (RSO)

  • NCOIC

  • Ammunition Detail

  • Lane Safety (1:5 ratio recommend)

  • Medic

  • Tower Operator

  • Target detail

  • Concurrent training instructors

Equipment

  • Range packet and clearance form

  • Saftey fan and diagram if applicable

  • Training publication

  • Reporting folder

  • Radios

  • PA system with backup

  • Training aids for concurrent training

  • Earplugs

  • Water

  • Scorecards and master score sheet

  • Targets and accessories (such as staple gun)

Prior to calling range hot

  • Request permission to occupy the range

  • Establish primarily and secondary communication with range control

  • Inspect operational conditions of range

  • Raise range flag and deploy range guards

  • Check ammunition and personal for proper equipment

  • Recieve firing unit

  • Conduct safety brief

  • Organize firing order prioritizing unit integrity

  • Request hot status from range control

Site orientation

  • Parking (separate for POV and Gov vehicles)

  • Ammunition Point

  • Medical Station

  • Water Point

  • Concurrent training location

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