4.Push upward on the slide stop with the firing thumb while maintaining pressure. Rotate the pistol so the chamber is outboard. 5.Reach over the top of the pistol with the non-firing hand and grasp the slide serrations. The non-firing hand should partially cover the ejection port, positioned to catch an ejected round. 6.With the pistol pointed in a safe direction, fully retract the slide and lock it to the rear. At the same time, catch the ejected round with the non-firing hand. 7.Rotate the pistol so the inside of the chamber is visible. Visually inspect the magazine well and chamber to ensure they are emptyWhich step is common to both the individual transferring the weapon and the individual receiving the weapon. Visually inspect the pistol to ensure it is safe and clear.Which procedure causes a round to be chambered? Make Read Reducing the silhouette of the armed sentry due to the strong side angle of the body is an advantage associated with which shooting stance?
Which is not an advantage of the Weaver pistol shooting stance?
Which pistol carry method is used when there is no target, but contact with the enemy is imminent.
Which method of transporting the M9 Service Pistol is commonly used when enemy contact is remote?
Which pistol carry method is characterized by extending the arms and raising the pistol to just below eye level?
What is the first step performed by the person receiving the weapon in a Show Clear transfer?
Select, from the list below, the five M9 Service Pistol “Alert Carry” steps that apply.