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Truly Canadian! Learn how the
army used the Lee Enfield in WWII. This book is a compilation of the four most useful and sought after manuals containing
information about all small arms in use during WWII. Over 140 pages with original illustrations. INCLUDES NOTES ON THE TRAINING
OF SNIPERS. A hard to find publication that was the beginning of Canadian Army sniper training! Many tactics are still used
ISBN - 978-0-9683002-2-0
Perfect bound - 8.5x11 format - 140 pgs - Completely illustrated!!
During WWII, the British and most Commonwealth countries were using the No 1, No 4 and P-14. The Canadian
Army had their own version of the training manuals for these rifles. This
book is a compilation of the 4 most useful and sought after manuals containing
information about all small arms rifles in use. Over 140 pages with original
INCLUDES NOTES ON THE TRAINING OF SNIPERS.
format makes it easier to read. These are NOT photocopies of the pamphlets! The book is completely redone.
Table of Contents
PRINCIPLES & SYSTEMS
2. Safety precautions during training
3. Principles of instruction
5. Tests of elementary training
6. Preparation of programmes
7. Sequence of training
8. Exercising the trained soldier
THE THEORY OF SMALL ARMS FIRE
10. Elementary theory (rifle)
11. Elementary theory (L.M.G.)
CHAPTER III. RANGE WORK
13. Ranges, miniature
14. Ranges, 30 yards
15. Ranges, classification
16. Allowances and penalties
17. Field firing and use of live ammunition for simulating battle conditions
18. Safety precautions (all ranges)
19. Duties of superintending officers
20. Signalling and scoring
22. Returns and
23. Metal fund
Appendix I. Zeroing and testing
Appendix II. Coaching
Appendix III. Landscape
targets & harmonized sights
Appendix IV. Trajectory table and range table (rifle)
CHAPTER I - VISUAL TRAINING
Lesson 1. Searching ground and locating
CHAPTER II - JUDGING DISTANCE
Lesson 2. Unit of measure
Lesson 3. Appearance
Lesson 4. Bracketing and key ranges
Lesson 5. Range cards
Lecture - fire control
Lesson 7. Recognition of targets and normal fire control orders
Lesson 8. Brief, anticipatory,
and fire orders for the individual
Appendix. Observation of fire and ranging
General notes for instructors
CHAPTER I. MAINTENANCE
Lesson 1. Cleaning
2. Examination of the rifle
CHAPTER II. AIMING INSTRUCTION
Lesson 3. The correct aim
4. Aiming off the target
CHAPTER III. FIRING INSTRUCTION
Lesson 5. Loading and unloading
6. Holding and trigger pressing
Lesson 7. Firing from low cover
Lesson 8. Other positions
Lesson 9. Firing
at moving targets
CHAPTER IV. STRENGTHENING AND QUICKENING EXERCISES
CHAPTER V. TESTS
OF ELEMENTARY TRAINING
Appendix I. Care of the No. 2 .22 inch rifle
Appendix II. Variations in teaching the No.
Appendix III. Variations in teaching the No. 4 rifle
Appendix IV. Sniper rifle and zeroing and Aldis telescope
Appendix V. The No. 4 Sniper rifle
Appendix VI. The Sniper sling
Also included is "Notes on the
Training of Snipers". This is worth the price of admission alone.
THE TRAINING OF SNIPERS
Military Training Pamphlet No. 44
1940 with amendments (No.1), 1941
1. Introductory and organization
2. Sniper training
3. The sniper rifle
6. Cover, concealment and camouflage
7. Sniping in open warfare
8. Snipers posts, loopholes
and observation posts in position warfare
9. Sniping from houses and buildings
1. Method of zeroing
Appendix 2. Care and cleaning of the telescope
Appendix 3. Syllabus of training
4. Specimen intelligence log
Appendix 5. Range practices
Appendix 6. Notes on panoramic drawing
7. Exercises in observation
Appendix 8. Method of locating enemy snipers
Appendix 9. Sniper suits