BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  62

j. Rear sight 
k. Cylinder bolt notch 
l. Hammer 
m. Backstrap 
n. Cylinder release 


II. Semi-automatic 
a. Front sight 
b. Muzzle 
c. Frame 
d. Slide stop 
e. Trigger guard 
f. Trigger 
g. Magazine catch/release 
h. Magazine 
i. Stock or grip 
j. Hammer 
k. Rear site 
l. Slide 
m. Barrel 
n. Safety catch/Decocking mechanism 
o. Breakdown pin 
p. Tang 

. Picture of ammunition with parts identified. 
(See Illustration C on Page 66) 

4. Ammunition parts and description. (Instructor Discussion) 
Ammunition parts description, altogether known as a cartridge. 
a. Cartridge case 

b. Bullet 
c. Powder 
d. Primer 
e. Explain rifling and identifiable characteristics of fired bullet. 

 

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