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shooting

The discharging of a firearm, usually understood to mean with an intent to kill another or oneself.
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It's meant as a standardized, one-stop-shop for all Army units to follow in training their troops in individual weapons marksmanship.
A two-day Marksmanship Instructor - Trainer Forum (MITF) was also conducted before the PAMAE to disseminate Philippine Army's thrust and guidance regarding marksmanship and to enhance the skills of the trainers.
I still go to a local indoor pistol and rifle range every couple of months to test my marksmanship skills on paper bulls-eye targets.
"The national marksmanship competition was so much fun.
I have used the LaserShot PSATS system for teaching marksmanship fundamentals with results similar to the FLETC study.
Taylor said he attended a Marksmanship Master Trainer Course at Fort Drum, N.Y., last year and at the conclusion of training, instructors talked about the 2016 All Army.
With students returning to classes this week, the Cal Poly Marksmanship Club at the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, is kicking off the 2014-15 school year with a $10,000 grant awarded through NSSF's Collegiate Shooting Sports Initiative.
While appreciating the excellent standard of marksmanship of participating firers from all over the army, the COAS said that training is a vital part of every soldier's professional development, the ISPR said
A number of new and innovative steps have been taken to enhance firing efficiency, including the establishment of an army marksmanship unit, which is a quantum leap towards improving firing standards of soldiers of the Pakistan Army.
Army's Engagement Skills Training [EST III required a realistic, virtual small arms training system for marksmanship, collective and judgmental scenarios to meet current and future needs.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) hailed passage of the Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act (H.R.
London, October 5 ( ANI ): A former marksmanship instructor with the U.S.