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Exercise the right way.

If you exercise the wrong way during PT, you're looking at a possible injury. So why should things be any different when you exercise your tank's 120mm gun?

The gun mount exerciser (GME), NSN 4933-01-346-1791, was designed to exercise both 105mm and 120mm guns. So you may be a little confused about which way to position the GME to exercise your tank's gun.

Get it wrong and the gun won't get the exercise it needs. Plus, the GME won't hold properly and the clamp can be damaged.
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Publication:PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly
Date:Nov 1, 2006
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