Infantry

Small Arms School Corps

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Advisors and Instructors

The Small Arms School Corps (SASC) advise and instruct Infantry weapon trainers. They are responsible for maintaining the proficiency in the use of small arms, support weapons and range management.

SASC advisors and instructors are strategically positioned throughout the British Army to enhance operational training, and ensure marksmanship standards are met.

The SASC is manned entirely from volunteers who transfer into the SASC from All Arms and Services, although primarily from the Infantry.

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SA80 Individual Weapon

Tests On its introduction, it proved so accurate that the Army marksmanship tests had to be redesigned.

Small arms and support weapons

Combat Shotgun

12 gauge The Combat Shotgun is a semi-automatic, tubular magazine-fed weapon cambered for the 12 gauge cartridge.

Small arms and support weapons

General Purpose Machine Gun

GPMG The general purpose machine gun (GPMG) can be used as a light weapon and in a sustained fire role.

Small arms and support weapons