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Musketry Regulations - WWI

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A large format 8.5 x 11 reprint of Musketry Regulations. The originally issued 4x5 inch book is almost 100 years old and not easy to find or read because of the small type. It answers a lot of questions that puzzle many collectors and shooters. Do you want to learn how the British and Commonwealth armies trained and used the Lee Enfield rifle? This is the book you need!! The Lee Enfield vastly improved infantry firepower and changed battlefield tactics. It was the first magazine fed, rapid fire rifle. It altered how wars were fought. All marks of Lee Enfield are covered - No1 Mk III, CLLE, MLE, MLM, Webley Pistol and 22 Trainers.
 
ISBN - 978-0-9683002-1-3
Perfect Bound - 8.5x11 format - 75 pg - Completely illustrated
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This book IS NOT a photocopy of the original!!
It is completely redone and put into large book form!!

For No1 Mk III, CLLE, MLE, MLM, Webley Pistol and 22 Trainers.
 
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CHAPTER I
1. General Instructions

CHAPTER II
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
DESCRIPTION OF ARMS
2. The Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Rifle, Marks III and IV
3. Action of the mechanism, & c.
4. Miniature rifles and aiming tubes
5. The Charger Loading Magazine Lee-Enfield Rifle, Mark I*
6. (Cancelled)
7. The Webley Pistol
8. Action of the mechanism, & c.

CARE OF ARMS
9. General instructions
10. Instructions for cleaning
11. Instructions for care of arms and ammunition
12. Examination of small arms
13. Testing arms
14. S.A.A., Marks VI and VII
15. Allowance of ammunition
16. Defective ammunition

CHAPTER III
THE THEORY OF RIFLE FIRE AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATION
17. Application of theory
18. Definitions
19. Rifling
20. Forces acting on the bullet
21. Elevation
22. Sighting of rifles
23. Jump
24. Drift
25. Effect of fixing the bayonet, of resting the rifle, and of a heated or oily barrel
26. Dangerous Space
27. Ricochets - Trajectory and Range Tables
28. Firing up and down hill
29. Barometric pressure and temperature
30. Wind and light
31. Use of collective fire
32. The dispersion of individual and collective fire
33. Ground in relation to fire effect
34. Searching
35. Night Firing

CHAPTER IV
MUSKETRY EXERCISES
AIMING INSTRUCTION
36. Stages of instruction
37. Accuracy in aiming
38. Common faults in aiming
39. Triangle of error
40. Aiming at the ground, and marking down an enemy
41. Aiming off for wind
42. Aiming up and down
43. Rapid adjustment of sights
44. Aiming off for movement

FIRING INSTRUCTION
45. Instructors
46. Firing rest
47. Trigger pressing
48. Firing standing
49. Firing prone
50. Firing in other positions
51. Use of cover
52. Rapid loading
53. Use of the safety catch and cut-off
54. Muscle exercises
55. Fire discipline
56. Collective fire
57. Rates of fire
58. Description of targets
59. Words of command
60. Preliminary exercises
61. Fire in two ranks
62. Webley pistol exercise
63. Tests of elementary training
64. Method of conducting the tests