To aid in the individual training phase, training schedules for the courses in pistol and revolver marksmanship training are described in this appendix. These schedules are based on the desirable number of training hours for a pistol or revolver course. They should be used as a guide in preparing lesson plans. Conditions may require a longer or shorter period to complete the training. When time is available, additional training should be included in the schedule. When suggested equipment and training aids are not available, the best that are available should be improvised or substituted. Each firer should be allowed 50 rounds for instructional firing and 40 rounds for record firing.
A. Pistol Semiautomatic, Caliber 9-mm, Caliber .45 M1911A1 Revolver, Caliber .38 (Practice or Instructional Firing Course (12 Hours)
Figure E-1. Mechanical Training
B. Pistol, Semiautomatic, Caliber 9-mm, Caliber .45 M1911A1; Revolver, Caliber .38 (Qualification Course) (12 Hours)
Figure E-2. Range Firing
B. Pistol, Semiautomatic, Caliber 9-mm, Caliber .45 M1911A1; Revolver, .38 (Qualification Course) (12 Hours) (Continued)
Figure E-3. Mechanical Training