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“dummies should be constructed in such a manner as to permit the execution of attacks wthout injury to the point of edge of the bayonet or to the barrel or stock of the rifle. A suitable dummy can be made from pieces of rope about five feet in length plaited closely together into a cable between six and twelve inches in diameter. Old rope is preferable.” — Moss, 1914


James A. Moss Manual of Military Training (Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Company, 1914) 155


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