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
If the launcher is prepared to fire, but then is not fired, it must be taken out of operation as follows:
- Release the forward safety.
- Push forward and to the left on the cocking lever, and let it spring back into the SAFE (uncocked) position.
- Move the launcher from your shoulder, ensuring the muzzle is pointed in the direction of fire.
- With the launcher cradled in your left arm, replace the transport safety pin until it is fully seated in the retainer hole.
- To avoid breaking off the rear sight, remember to reset the range indicator to the 200-meter setting before closing the rear sight cover.
- Lay down the sights and close their covers.
- Snap the shoulder stop into the closed position.
- Sling the launcher over your right shoulder and move to another location.
Available Subcategories :
| Army History | Army Programs | AT4 | Awards and Decorations | Battle Focused Training | Camo and Concealment | CBRN | Chain of Command | Code of Conduct | Communications | Counseling | Customs and courtesies | Desert Operations | Drill and Ceremony | Field Sanitation | First Aid | Flags | Geneva Convention | Guard Duty | Hand Grenades | Land Navigation | Leadership | Leaves and Passes | M11 | M16 | M18A1 | M2 | M203 | M240B | M249 | M4 | M60 | M72 | M9 | Maintenance | Military Justice | MK19 | NCO Duties. Responsibilities, Authorities | NCO History | NCOER | Physical Security | Physical Training | Promotions and Reductions | Security and Intelligence | Supply Economy | Survival | The Army Plan | Training the Force | Uniforms | U.S. Constitution | Weight Control | Study Guide Files |