shooting

shooting
šaudymas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Ugnies leidimas į taikinius iš įvairių rūšių ginklų. Šaudymas būna: kovinis, mokomasis ir sportinis; bandomasis, tiriamasis ir parodomasis; artilerijos (antžeminės, kranto, laivų, zenitinės), šaudymas iš šaulių ginklų ir granatsvaidžių, iš tankų. Dar skiriamas aplinkinis, automatinis ir kt. šaudymas. Šaudymo iš atskirų rūšių ginklų taisyklės ir ypatumai aiškinami šaudybos teorijoje, šaudymo taisyklėse ir instrukcijose. Šaudymo sąvoka apima pasirengimą šaudyti (↑šaudymo rengimą), ↑įsišaudymą į taikinį (išskyrus šaulių ginklus ir zenitinę artileriją) ir kaunamąjį šaudymą. atitikmenys: angl. firing; shooting rus. стрельба ryšiai: dar žiūrėkartilerijos šaudymas dar žiūrėkįsišaudymas į taikinį dar žiūrėkįsišaudymas į taikinį dar žiūrėkįsišaudymas į taikinį dar žiūrėkminosvaidžių šaudymas dar žiūrėkšaudymo rengimas

Artilerijos terminų žodynas – Vilnius: Generolo Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija. . 2004.

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