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Name: Richard KussCourse Number: FTT 111FTT 111WEEK 5TROUBLESHOOTING SCENARIOSPurpose:This assignment is designed to help you contextualize the overarching concepts discussed in the coursetext by cross-referencing them to examples of existing firearms. As you progress through theassignment, you’ll also progress through the thought-process of diagnosing and repairing malfunctions,as well as predicting the need for certain preventative maintenance.Troubleshooting is a process of asking or investigating, and answering, a series of increasingly detailedquestions to arrive at the cause of a malfunction.This worksheet will “walk you through” theinvestigation required to troubleshoot a firearm. As you move on to more advanced concepts in laterweeks, you will begin generating and predicting the questions you need to answer to diagnose amalfunction.Instructions:Read each situational description below and answer the questions in the space provided. Many of theprompts will build on the previous ones, so please do not read ahead on this assignment. Answer onepart of the assignment at a time, before reviewing the subsequent prompts.In Part 1, you’ll answer several questions to demonstrate declarative knowledge of key principles relatedto troubleshooting revolvers as well as firearms in general. This section will be critical to your ability tocomplete future assignments in this course, so take your time and thoroughly research and study theanswers.In Parts 25, read each situation and answer the questions in the space provided. Many of the promptswill build on the previous ones, so please do not read ahead on this assignment. Answer one part of theassignment at a time, before reviewing the subsequent prompts.Part 1.Please answer the following questions.1.What is the first thing you must know before attempting to disassemble or inspect a firearm?

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Winter
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Ammunition, Carbine, Blowback, Heckler Koch, Recoil operation, Marlin Model 60

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