Guidelines for Implementing the SAC into BRM/ training:
The SAC is typically introduced to trainees at roughly the same time that establishing zero would normally be explained. Trainees should be given classroom training on the SAC, and then instructed to adjust their weapons to CZP (prior to conducting any live fire). Note that the time spent conducting training on the SAC and adjusting to CZP will be made up for in time savings on the zero range.
Use the SAC to help trainees understand the importance of consistent application of fundamentals- explain that each small square on the SAC indicates a 7.2 inch shift in impact at 100 yards, then have the trainee move around slightly on the rifle while looking at the SAC grid through iron sights. This illustrates how a seemingly small change in position on the rifle can cause a significant change in point of aim/ point of impact (POA/ POI). Note that there should not be a shift with parallax-free optics.
Normal live-fire zero procedures should be used to establish a good personal zero for each trainee. At that point, the SAC should be used by each trainee to establish and record PZP.
PZP/ weapon zero should be routinely checked by trainees throughout the remainder of their training cycle to ensure that their weapons retain zero for training and qualification. This emphasizes the importance of a good zero and encourages proper use of the SAC once the trainee reaches an operational unit.
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