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CQBClose Quarters Battle
CQBClose Quarter Battle (Mike Curtis novel)
CQBCentral Question Bank (aviation exam)
CQBComité de Quartier de Borderouge (French: Borderouge District Committee; Borderouge, France)
CQBCrazy Quilt Bouquet (band; UK)
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Combining the combatives and CQB training during simunition exercises (using paint ball rounds) is not a new concept.
The simple way is to have the threaded portion of the suppressor in the tube, in the instance of the CQB, 6 inches inside.
At 4X magnification, the center dot covers 3 moa at 100 meters and is ideal for extremely rapid CQB burst fire.
The CQB is a full-size 1911 built on a forged-steel flame and slide.
No Soldier will be alone for long in the close fight; his teammates will be there, shoulder to shoulder, and the aggressiveness and momentum of a fire team or squad engaged in CQB are powerful combat multipliers.
While the CQB has been a success, Shield didn't rest on their laurels.
I had brought along my CQB, the one I have tortured for nearly 10 years.
To see how the Tactical Target Rifle performed, I wanted a top notch scope which would be useful for not only CQB type drills, but also at distance.
The newest 1911s from Bill Wilson include the Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Elite and the CQB Tactical LE.
An overemphasis on training for close quarter combat CQC), or close quarter battle (CQB), in recent years has resulted in its overuse in combat, often in situations where more appropriate options exist.
The M1A SOCOM 16 CQB (Close Quarters Battle) rifle designed and manufactured by Springfield Armory, Inc.