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By J. C. Cooper
In approximately 1500 entries, a lot of them strikingly and sometimes strangely illustrated, J. C. Cooper has documented the background and evolution of symbols from prehistory to our personal day.With over 2 hundred illustrations and vigorous, informative and infrequently ironic texts, she discusses and explains a massive number of symbols extending from the Arctic to Dahomey, from the Iroquois to Oceana, and coming from platforms as diversified as Tao, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, Tantra, the cult of Cybele and the good Goddess, the Pre-Columbian religions of the Western Hemisphere and the Voodoo cults of Brazil and West Africa.
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39 M4/M4A1—AN/PAS-13 Zero and Boresight Targets 40 41 M4/M4A1—AN/PEQ-2A Mount Procedures M4/M4A1 – AN/PEQ-2A Mounting Instructions The AN/PAQ-4B/C is mounted to the M4 using the M4/M16A2 Bracket Assembly, Part No. A3186958, NSN 5340-01-390-38112. The Bracket Assembly (comprising the bracket and bracket caps, hidden under hand guards, and the mounting rail) may only be installed by the Small Arms Repairman MOS 45B. 1. 2. 3. Install mounting rail through top hand guard to barrel clamp. ) Secure the AN/PEQ-2A to the rail with the thumbscrew.
12973002, NSN 1005-01-451-6771 to the M16/M203. 1. 2. 3. 26 Remove the M16 handguard and replace with M5 ARS. Secure the AN/PSX-1 to the rail with the rail grabber-clamping knob. Attach AN/PSX-1 (CIDDS) Activation Control Cable (Part No. 6451510-1) to back of AN/PSX-1 with interrogator switch on preferred side of RAS. M16A2/M203—AN/PSX-1 Zero and Borelight Targets 27 28 M16/M203—AN/PVS-4 Mount Procedures M203 – AN/PVS-4 Mounting Instructions The AN/PVS-4 is mounted to the M203 using Mounting Bracket Assembly (NSN 5855-01-0392835) IAW TM 11-5855-213-10.