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RANGE SAFETY237.C - Proper weapons handling is the responsibility of the person in control of the weapon- It is unlawful to point a weapon at any person unless required in the performance of duty237.D - Most prevalent accident factor in accidents is assumption weapon is not loaded237.I - Be aware of what is behind the target239 - Rule 1: Treat every weapon as if it was loadedIntended to prevent unintentional injury to personnel or damage to property- Rule 2: Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shootEnforces muzzle awareness- Rule 3: Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fireMinimize risk of firing weapon negligently or prematurely- Rule 4: Keep the weapon on safe until you intend to fireEnforces the use of the weapons safety features- Load: Condition 4 to Condition 3- Make Ready: Condition 3 to Condition 1- Load and Make Ready: Condition 4 to Condition 1- Fire: Shoot!- Cease Fire: Stop Shooting!- Unload: Condition 1 or 3 to Condition 4- Unload and Show Clear: Same as unload, but with 2 peopleCREW SERVICE WEAPONS249 - A CSW uses 2-4 peopleand is too heavy for individual- Max Effective range: 3725 m- Rate of Fire 650 to 950 rd250 - Receiver Assembly: support for all major components- Cycle of Operations: 8 CyclesFiring -> Unlocks -> Extracts -> Ejects -> Feeds -> Cocking -> Chambering -> Lock- Cannot be in Safe

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