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83 (cont), 84
While bringing the weapon to the shoulder, the shooter will calmly inhale and exhale, set the rear
sight in one click, hold his breath, sight and pull the trigger with the index finger until the weapon
discharges.
After firing, the shooter will stay for a moment in the same position, asses s the shot (during
training, the shot execution is announced out loud after firing) and observe, if possible, the effect
on the target. He then will reload per section 63.
68 In the prone position, the body is at a slight angle in relationship to the direction of the shot, the
two elbows are supported (Fig. 38). In the standing position, the left arm supports the weapon
close to the center of gravity, the elbow is free or supported against the body; the right arm is
nearly horizontal (Fig. 39 & 40)
69 Generally, standing shots are taken at fleeing and approaching targets. For a quick shot, precise
sighting is barely possible. To shoot closing moving targets, one may also shoot from the hip; the
shooter points the weapon towards the target, judges the distance and shoots without bringing the
weapon to shoulder (Fig. 41).
70 At distances in excess of 300m, it is necessary to aim at the bottom of the target; less than 300m,
aim at the center or just at the bottom (See Appendix II, tables 4 and 5).
Figs. 32 & 33