pistol wht - help!

#1
I'm about to go to RTMC - need help on pistol wht. The handling is fine, it's the questions that I can't find (well, answers actually) particularly the size of the cleaning patch. It isn't exactly going to make me unsafe with a pistol, but they love to fail you. Help please!
 
#2
dont worry about it mate, they give a couple of practical lessons first, the tests are done in groups.
top tip though mate, if you have a holster take one, it makes your drills easier to do on the ranges and on the test.
 
#3
100 x 50 for cleaning and 100 x 38 for oiling IIRC.
 
#5
Or just say 'the biggest i can get through'
 
#6
On the subject of holsters, what is the current thinking for carriage in theater?
Drop leg holster or one fitted to Osprey? I'm guessing that the issued green job doesn't quite cut the mustard. Any recommendations on a holster?
 
#9
I see your fast gunman, and raise you this

fast shooter

c'mon, he doesn't have to be accurate, just in front.

back on thread, the lads have been coming off the ranges full of praise for the new pistol and the holster.
 

RP578

LE
Book Reviewer
#12
Pamphlet No. 10 Pistol said:
Cleaning
0123. Explain and demonstrate: The reliability of the pistol depends entirely on
careful and conscientious cleaning according to the conditions in which it is used:
a. Normal Conditions.
(1) Using the cleaning rod, fitted with a piece of clean flannelette size
100 mm by 75 mm, clean the bore and chamber.

....


(4) The cleaning rod, fitted with a piece of oiled flannelette size 100 mm
by 50 mm
, is used to oil the bore and chamber.
 

Cutaway

LE
Kit Reviewer
#13
Porridge_gun said:
blobmeister said:
it is a drop leg molle plate,
I had one of them in Starbucks but swapped it for a triple latte chocka della.

pistols should only be holstered halfway down the right leg, fanning the hammer compulsary

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnu4P0Y-JAk

Not even chuck norris would take him on
It's amazing what you can do with blanks.

But as you say, Jerry is the top man for live shooting.
 
S

swampmonster

Guest
#14
wg100 said:
On the subject of holsters, what is the current thinking for carriage in theater?
Drop leg holster or one fitted to Osprey? I'm guessing that the issued green job doesn't quite cut the mustard. Any recommendations on a holster?
You will get the Black hawk Mole one with a Black hawk carbon lanyard....we just got our in for PDT...

Not fired the SIG live as yet but the drills seem to be stright forward enough.... :desertsoldier:

as for drop leg, i'm not so sure, i bought one for my last tour (cant rememeber the make) for a Browning 9mm and thought it was a pain in the arse, never seemed tight enough to stop it moving about when you had to shift yer arse a bit...
 

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