USNMT Resources

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CNO speech to SNA January 2018: Command is the theme, with training and team leadership as core tenants.

Vision and Shooting:

Former USNMT pistol shooter Norman Wong, O.D., wrote several articles for the Bullseye shooting community about vision and shooting.  These articles have been republished at

Establishing eye-dominance is an important first step – PRIOR to buying equipment and going to the range.


Bullseye Training and Tips: How to Shoot a Ten

Target Analysis & Sight Adjustment: Pocket Guide

Pistol Dry Fire Cord

Trigger Control Drills

10 Shooting Drills

Instructional Video Resources:
Rifle Target Scoring/Pulling (aka pit duty):

Collection of videos about rifle and pistol shooting at Fleet/All Navy, Interservice, Nationals, and other competitions as well as other related shooting activities:

  • Collection

Rifle Data Book Sheets:

Dry-Firing and Training:

Trophy Rifle Verification Services:
The following rifles which were awarded by the US Navy and the US Marine Corps in the Name of the Secretary of the Navy can be verified:

  • 7.62mm Mk 2 Mod 1 Service Gradewith new 7.62mm SA barrels (The sleeved barreled rifles cannot be verified)
  • 7.62mm Mk2 Mod 1 Match Conditioned Grade A
  • 7.62mm Mk2 Mod 1 Match Conditioned Grade B
  • Caliber .30 M1 Standard Grade issued after February 1998, and
  • the Remington 720.

There is no cost for this service. Send email to with the serial number and the data from the side of the barrel that becomes visible when the bolt is opened. If you want paper verification, including a copy of the page with your serial number from the Navy Serial Number List, send a stamped self-addressedenvelope to Jim Adell 2409 Frances Dr. Loveland, CO 80537.

If you have questions, call Jim Adell at (970) 663-4779 before 7:30PM Mountain Time.


Additional Resources with their own pages within this website include: