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AT4

» M136 - AT4 Study Guide
AT4 U.S. Army Board Study Guide

» Effects of the M136 AT4 and M72-series LAW on field fortifications or bunkers
Alternatives to give temporary advantages against field fortifications and buildings

Weapons Clearing Barrel Procedures» Weapons Clearing Barrel Procedures
Clearing Barrel Procedures for the M16, M4, M9, M249, M240B, M60

» Misfire procedures for the M136 AT4
Causes and procedures for both a combat and a training environment

» Restoring the AT4 to carrying configuration
If the launcher is prepared to fire, but then is not fired, it must be taken out of operation

» Firing Positions for the M136 AT4
The weapon can be fired from all four of the basic firing positions; individual physique determines exact body and hand positions.

» Inspecting the M136 AT4
There are 11 steps to inspecting the M136 AT-4

» M13 AT4 Firing Mechanism, Safeties and Weapon Function
The weapon cannot be fired until all three safeties have been disengaged.

» M13 AT4 Sights
Front sight, rear sight and night sight

» M13 AT4 Operation
Cradle position, removing the transport safety pin, unsnapping the shoulder stop, opening and adjusting the sights, cocking and firing the launcher

» Photos of the AT4
 

» AT4 equipment information
 

» Marksmanship fundamentals for the M136 AT4
The factors for the M136 AT4 are grouped into four basic areas known as marksmanship fundamentals: steady hold, aiming procedures, breath control, and trigger manipulation.