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CFSC / CRFSC Terminology Flash Cards

CFSC / CRFSC Terminology Flash Cards


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Mechanical device that uses pressure from a burning powder to force a projectile through and out of a metal tube

Basic parts of a firearm

Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course – Restricted Only This  Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course runs over 1 day from 9:30 am to 5 pm. Testing is completed on the day of instruction.  The testing is included in the course cost. This is the course required for your Restricted Canadian Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (RPAL). This course includes 6 hours of instruction on the date of the course and includes the testing on the day of the course. Course content includes: The evolution of firearms, major parts, types, and actions Basic firearms safety procedures Operating restricted firearm actions Safe handling Firing techniques and procedures Care and maintenance of firearms Laws: Safe storage, display, transportation and handling of  restricted firearms Ammunition Responsibilities of the firearms owner/user Please Bring: Writing material ( Pen & Note Paper) Government Issued ID Non-restricted PAL or Proof of completion of the CFSC Canadian Firearms Safety Course Minor’s Licence: Individuals younger than 18 years of age are only eligible to hold a non-restricted firearms license and as such will not be permitted to write the restricted portion of the Canadian Firearms Safety Course exam nor take the course for credit. Please contact The Canadian Firearms Program for full details on eligibility. Click to Flip
Action, Stock, Barrel


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Heart of the firearm Moving parts that load, fire, and eject the shells or cartridges


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Hand of the firearm Can be composed of one or two pieces made of wood or synthetic material


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Metal tube that projectile travels through


Inside of the barrel through which the projective travels when fired


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Rear end of barrel

Firing Pin

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Pin that strikes the primer of the cartridge Causes ignition


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Metal housing for the working parts of the action


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Short-barrelled firearms


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Ammunition used in rifles and handguns Case containing primer, gunpowder, and a bullet


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Ammunition used in shotguns Case containing primer, gunpowder, wad, and a slug/shot

Basic Components of Ammunition

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Case, Primer, Powder, Projectile


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Container that holds all other ammunition components together Made of brass, steel, copper, paper, plastic


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Explosive chemical compound that ignites the gunpowder when struck by firing pin Placed in rim of the case (rimfire) or center of base of case (centerfire)


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Chemical mixture that burns rapidly and converts to an expanding gas when ignited Modern smokeless powder burns slowly when ignited when out of case Black powder is less stable and can be explosive when ignited in the open


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Objects expelled from the barrel Bullet - contains lead, fired through rifle or handgun Slug - solid projectile of lead Shot - group of lead, steel, tungsten alloy, bismuth pellets


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Seal or shot container made of paper of plastic separating powder from slug or shot Prevents gas from escaping through the shot Holds the shot together as it passes through the barrel

Pointed Soft Point

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High velocity Accurate bullets Flat travel path/trajectory Excellent mushrooming

Tubular Magazines

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Use only rounded or blunt tips

Centerfire Ammunition

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Used for rifles, shotguns and handguns Primer located in center of casing base Reloadable

Rimfire Ammunition

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Primer contained in rim of ammunition casing Limited to low-pressure loads Not reloadable


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Solid projectile, lead, used with a shotgun


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Multiple pellets fired through a shotgun barrel Size adaptable to game Used to hunt birds and small game animals


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Bore diameter of a shotgun Number of lead balls with diameters equal to the diameter of the bore When combined, weigh one pound

As Pellet Diameter Decreases

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More shot can be placed in a standard shotshell

Non-toxic Shot

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Required if waterfowl hunting Steal, tungsten alloy, bismuth

Process of Firing a Gun

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Pull trigger Firing pin strikes Primer explodes in base of cartridge or shotshell Spark from primer ignites gunpowder Gunpowder burns and converts to gas Gas expands and drives projectile through barrel

Firearm Actions

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Parts that load, unload, fire, and eject cartridge Single-shot or repeating

Single-shot Firearms

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Must be reloaded each time

Repeating Firearms

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Have extra cartridges or shotshells ready in magazine, cylinder, or barrel


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Device that blocks the action to prevent the firearm from shooting until it is released from on Intended to prevent firearm from being fired accidentally Should never be relied on totally to protect from accident Can fail from wear or damage Only a backup to safe habits Located around receiver


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Repeating firearms Stores ammunition that is not fired Designed with a spring and follower that push against the cartridges to move them into action To make sure is empty, either see or feel the follower Detachable or fixed


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Device used to line up muzzle with shooter's eye to hit target More critical on a firearm that fires a single projectile than one that shoots a pattern


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Diameter of bore Expressed in hundredths of an inch or millimetres

Cardinal Rule of Firearm Safety

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Every gun must be treated as if it were loaded

Safety at a Shooting Range

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Read all rules Follow range master instructions Not shooting: unload firearm and leave on range line or bench until given more instructions Do not handle firearm when shooters are downrange, step away from firing line until clear No one present: all shooters decide on safety commands beforehand Hearing and eye protection Respond when "Cease fire"


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Area in which a hunter can shoot safely 25-40 yards apart 45 degrees in front of hunter


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