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CENSECFOR Operator Training - M9 Service Pitol (CSF-M9-!"!)


#eon $ - %eneral &eapon Sa'ety (n'or)ation
Which safety rule listed below is incorrect.
Keep your finger on the trigger when carrying the weapon.
Keep the weapon on safe until you intend to fire.
Treat every weapon as if it were loaded.
Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot.
Match the General Weapon Condition Codes to the corresponding action
Weapon Code 1: !!unition is in a position to be fired" safety is on.
Weapon Code #: Not applicable.
Weapon Code $: !!unition is in position to be cha!bered" cha!ber is e!pty" action is closed" and safety is
on.
Weapon Code %: ll a!!unition is re!oved" cha!ber is e!pty" action is closed" and safety is on.
Match the following &niversal Weapons 'afety (ules to (ationale.
(ule 1 ) Treat every weapon as if it were loaded
(ule # ) Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot
(ule $ ) Keep your trigger finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fire
(ule % ) Keep weapon on safe until you intend to fire
The first &niversal 'afety (ule is: *Treat every weapon as if it were loaded.* True
note is an operating procedure" practice" or condition that is essential to e!phasi+e.
warning !essage is an operation procedure" practice" or condition that !ay result in in,ury or death.
caution !essage is an operating procedure" practice" or condition that !ay result in da!age to e-uip!ent
The co!!and for ta.ing the weapon fro! Condition % to Condition 1 is /oc. and /oad. 0alse
Three i!portant safety considerations are: 1e sure of the target" what is beyond the target" and the !a2i!u!
range of the weapon being used. True
#eon " * Tec+nical Speci'ication
What is the Ma2i!u! 3ffective (ange 4in !eters5 of the M6 'ervice 7istol8 9: !eters.
What is the Ma2i!u! (ange 4in !eters5 of the M6 'ervice 7istol8 1;:: !eters.
The life e2pectancy of the M6 'ervice 7istol is: 19:: rounds
What caliber is the M6 'ervice 7istol8 6!!
The three M6 'ervice 7istol safeties are <ecoc.ing=safety lever" 0iring pin bloc." and half)coc. notch.
#eon " * Ma,or Co)ponent %ro-p
0ro! the list below select all of the co!ponents that are part of the Maga+ine sse!bly: Maga+ine 'pring"
0ollower" 0loor 7late" Maga+ine Tube" /oc.ing 1loc. 7lunger" (etaining 7late" (ounds >ndicator
Correctly identify the $ Ma,or co!ponent asse!blies of the M6 'ervice 7istol.
(eceiver" Maga+ine sse!bly" 'lide and 1arrel.
>dentify the slide position after last round is fired. >t is loc.ed fully to the rear.
What is the !a2i!u! nu!ber of cartridges held by the M6 'ervice 7istol !aga+ine8 19
The 'lide and 1arrel asse!bly serve as the support for all !a,or co!ponents and controls the action of the
pistol. 0alse
Which of the following state!ents is correct for loc.ing the M6 'ervice 7istol slide to the rear with a !aga+ine
inserted8 'lide is pulled to the rear and stop is engaged auto!atically.
What causes the upper surface of the e2tractor to protrude fro! the right side of the M6 'ervice 7istol slide8
cha!bered round.
#eon " * Cycle o' Operation
<uring this cycle" this action starts the e2traction and e,ection cycle of operation while co!pressing the recoil
spring: &nloc.ing
The e,ector is attached to the M6 'ervice 7istol fra!e.
Which M6 'ervice 7istol operational ter! describes rearward !ove!ent of slide overriding the ha!!er and
forcing the ha!!er into its !ost rearward position8 Coc.ing

#eon " * Sa'ety Feat-re
This safety feature interrupts the forward !ove!ent of the ha!!er during a !echanical failure or if the trigger
finger is stopped or slips off the trigger during trigger s-uee+e: 0iring 7in 1loc.
red dot is visible" indicating the M6 'ervice 7istol is ready to fire" when the safety lever is in this position: &p
This internal safety feature prevents the weapon fro! firing fully auto!atic when the slide does not return to
the full battery position due to a pistol" !aga+ine" or a!!unition !alfunction. <isconnector
This safety feature prevents !ove!ent of the firing pin until the trigger is pulled. 0iring 7in 1loc.
This safety feature !oves the firing pin stri.er out of align!ent with the firing pin and prevents the M6 'ervice
7istol fro! firing as the ha!!er !oves forward. <ecoc.ing='afety /ever

#eon . * Field Strip
?ou don@t have to read through entire disasse!bly procedure before atte!pting it: 0alse
When is the disasse!bly button pressed8 7rior to rotating disasse!bly lever down.
1efore disasse!bly" ensure that decoc.ing safety lever is in 0>(3 4up5 position. 0alse
To re!ove the floorplate" either use the tip of the 6!! round or use the barrel loc.ing bloc. plunger. True
<o not allow ha!!er to fall with full force by pulling trigger when slide is re!oved as da!age to receiver !ay
occur. >f necessary" ha!!er should be lowered !anually. True
#eon . * /e)0ly
Nu!ber the steps necessary to reasse!ble the M6 'ervice 7istol fro! fieldstrip in their order of co!pletion.
1. >nsert !u++le of the barrel asse!bly into the forward open end of the slide. t the sa!e ti!e" lower the
rear of the barrel asse!bly by aligning the e2tractor cutout with the e2tractor. The loc.ing bloc. will
fall into the loc.ed position in the slide.
#. (eplace recoil spring and recoil spring guide into slide. Co!press asse!bly by pushing into slide fro!
rear end. >t should rest on barrel.
$. 7lace slide onto fra!e" and align trac. in slide with trac. in fra!e. 7ush slide to rear.
%. 7ush ta.edown lever up.
Nu!ber the steps necessary to disasse!ble the M6 'ervice 7istol in their order of co!pletion.
1. Clear=unload pistol. llow slide to return fully forward.
#. Aold pistol with !u++le slightly elevated. With forefinger" press disasse!bly button on right side.
$. With thu!b" rotate asse!bly lever on left side downward.
%. 7ull slide and barrel asse!bly forward and re!ove fro! receiver.
9. 'lightly co!press and lift recoil spring and spring guide fro! slide. llow recoil spring to e2pand
slowly.
B. 'eparate recoil spring fro! spring guide.
C. 7ush in on loc.ing bloc. plunger while pushing barrel forward slightly. /ift and re!ove barrel
asse!bly fro! slide.
Nu!ber the steps necessary to reasse!ble the M6 'ervice 7istol Maga+ine in their order of co!pletion.
1. >nsert the follower into the top coil of the !aga+ine spring
#. >nsert the !aga+ine spring with follower into !aga+ine tube.
$. Turn the !aga+ine botto! up with the bac. side against the pal! of the hand.
%. ttach and center the floorplate retainer to botto! spring coil.
9. 7ush and hold the !aga+ine spring and floorplate retainer down. t the sa!e ti!e" slide floorplate over
the side walls until fully seated.
7lace lips of !aga+ine tube on hard surface during reasse!bly. 0alse
The last step for the asse!bly fro! fieldstrip is to insert the !aga+ine into the well of the M6 'ervice 7istol
carefully. clic. indicates the loc.ed position is achieved. True
fter insertion" !aga+ine spring tension !ust be !aintained using the inde2 finger. 0alse
#eon . * Sa'ety1F-nction C+ec2
The M6 'ervice 7istol is !ission ready after conducting a successful safety=function chec.. True
n i!portant part of the first step is to chec. the cha!ber and !aga+ine well to ensure no a!!unition is
present. True
The last step of the safety=function chec. is to release triggerD clic. should be heard. Aa!!er should not fall.
0alse
safety chec. should be perfor!ed any ti!e the weapon is reasse!bled.
#eon 3 * Mal'-nction1Stoppage
3ngaging the !aga+ine catch while firing is a typical shooter)induced stoppage. True
>dentify Typical 'hooter)>nduced 'toppages. 'elect all that apply:
0ailing to ta.e the pistol off safe prior to firing.
0ailing to !a.e ready.
3ngaging the slide stop while firing.
3ngaging the !aga+ine release button while firing.
0ailing to reset the trigger.
!alfunction causes an interruption in the cycle of operation. 0alse
When not sure why a stoppage has occurred" chec. for a bore obstruction only after waiting a !ini!u! of 1:
seconds to ensure a hangfire did not occur.
Which Weapon Condition Code <E3' NET apply to the M6 'ervice 7istol8
Condition #
Which description below best describes a stovepipe stoppage. When the pistol fails to e,ect the casing" causing
the brass to be caught between the cha!ber and the slide.
#eon 4 * Sa'e 5andling and Move)ent Proced-re
>n the d!inistrative Transfer the M6 'ervice 7istol condition is:
Condition % with the slide loc.ed to the rear.
round can re!ain cha!bered in the M6 'ervice 7istol after re!oval of the !aga+ine. True
When is a loaded cha!ber indicator chec. !ade8 fter a round has been cha!bered.
Which procedure is associated with the following steps: Ma.e (eady
1. 0ir!ly grip the pistol with the firing hand. 3nsure the pistol is pointed in a safe direction" with the slide
in the forward position.
#. To facilitate pulling the slide to the rear" rotate the !aga+ine well outboard. With the fingers and thu!b
of the non)firing hand" grasp the serrated sides of the slide ,ust forward of the safety.
$. 7ull the slide to its rear!ost position by pushing forward with the firing hand while pulling bac. on the
slide with the non)firing hand.
%. (elease the slide. This action will strip a round fro! the !aga+ine and cha!ber it as the slide !oves
forward.
9. Chec. to ensure a round has been properly cha!bered by chec.ing the e2tractor=loaded cha!ber
indicator on the right side of the pistol.
Which procedure is associated with the following steps: /oad
1. 3nsure the pistol is in Condition %.
#. With the firing hand fir!ly gripping the pistol and the pistol pointed in a safe direction" rotate the pistol
so the !aga+ine well is inboard and clearly visible. <raw the firing elbow in to facilitate control of the
pistol" .eeping the !u++le pointed in a safe direction.
$. With the non)firing hand" re!ove a filled !aga+ine fro! the a!!unition pouch. To ensure the
!aga+ine is filled" slide the inde2 finger along the forward edge of the !aga+ine until the finger is
touching the tip of the round. This step is referred to as inde2ing the !aga+ine. The e2tended finger can
also act as a guide in lining the !aga+ine up with the !aga+ine well.
%. >nsert the filled !aga+ine into the !aga+ine well" verifying orientation of !aga+ine with inde2 finger.
With fingers e2tended" push the !aga+ine with the heel of the hand until it is fully seated. <o not
relin-uish control of the !aga+ine until it is fully seated.
9. The weapon is now in Condition $.
Which procedure is associated with the following steps: &nload
1. With the firing hand fir!ly gripping the pistol" ensure the pistol is on safe by pressing the
decoc.ing=safety lever down.
#. (otate the pistol so the !aga+ine well is pointed inboard and angled down.
$. <epress the !aga+ine catch to re!ove the !aga+ine fro! the pistol. Catch the !aga+ine with the non)
firing hand and stow on person.
%. 7ush upward on the slide stop with the firing thu!b while !aintaining pressure. (otate the pistol so the
cha!ber is outboard.
9. (each over the top of the pistol with the non)firing hand and grasp the slide serrations. The non)firing
hand should partially cover the e,ection port" positioned to catch an e,ected round.
B. With the pistol pointed in a safe direction" fully retract the slide and loc. it to the rear. t the sa!e ti!e"
catch the e,ected round with the non)firing hand.
C. (otate the pistol so the inside of the cha!ber is visible. Fisually inspect the !aga+ine well and cha!ber
to ensure they are e!pty
Which step is co!!on to both the individual transferring the weapon and the individual receiving the weapon.
Fisually inspect the pistol to ensure it is safe and clear.
Which procedure causes a round to be cha!bered8 Ma.e (eady
(educing the silhouette of the ar!ed sentry due to the strong side angle of the body is an advantage associated
with which shooting stance8 Weaver 'hooting 'tance
Which is not an advantage of the Weaver pistol shooting stance8 7rovides -uic.er target ac-uisition.
Which pistol carry !ethod is used when there is no target" but contact with the ene!y is i!!inent. (eady
Which !ethod of transporting the M6 'ervice 7istol is co!!only used when ene!y contact is re!ote8 Aolster
Which pistol carry !ethod is characteri+ed by e2tending the ar!s and raising the pistol to ,ust below eye level8
(eady
What is the first step perfor!ed by the person receiving the weapon in a 'how Clear transfer8 3nsure the pistol
is in condition %" with the slide loc.ed to the rear.
'elect" fro! the list below" the five M6 'ervice 7istol Glert CarryH steps that apply.
Grasp the pistol grip fir!ly with two hands
Keep the !u++le pointed in a safe direction
Keep the trigger finger straight along the receiver
32tend the ar!s downward at a %9)degree angle to the body
3nsure the pistol is on safe
#eon 4 * 6nload1Reload
'elect" fro! the list below" the correct order of the four <rawing Techni-ue 'tages: Grab" <raw" '!ac." /oo.
and '-uee+e
(educing the silhouette of the ar!ed sentry due to the strong side angle of the body is an advantage associated
with which shooting stance8 Weaver shooting stance
weapon should be drawn fro! the holster -uic.ly and returned -uic.ly. 0alse
When unloading and reloading in a tactical situation the user should !aintain #9I percent of vision on the
weapon and C9I percent on the target.