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Free Canadian Firearms Safety Course Quiz Non-restricted

Free Canadian Firearms Safety Course Quiz Non-restricted

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Using a firearm's safety guarantees that a firearm will never accidentally fire

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The first step to PROVE a firearm safe is:

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When you PROVE a firearm safe you are determining:

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Which of the following steps apply when accepting a firearm from another person?

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What lies beyond your target is relatively unimportant when hunting as long as you are sure you can hit what you are aiming at.

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The first rule of safety when handling firearms is to assume every firearm to be loaded.

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Which of the following is an example of a break or hinge action firearm?

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What information does the data stamp located on the barrel of a shotgun indicate?

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Sight alignment means lining up the rear sight with the front sight and the target?

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The sling carry is also known as the cradle carry.

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A sling carry allows the hunter to use the sling to hang the firearm off of the shoulder.

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The sling carry should only be used with the right shoulder.

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The sling carry allows hunters to use their hands when standing still.

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For a good sight picture, place the front sight:

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To examine the barrel of a bolt action firearm, you can remove the bolt and look from the breech.

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It is safe to store ammunition in a tightly sealed metal container.

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Ammunition for a shotgun is called a:

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A .22LR cartridge will not go farther than 1 mile.

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Smokeless powder can be safely used in muzzleloading firearms.

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A shotgun shell has five basic parts.

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Primer, Powder, Wad, Shot & Hull

Multiple projectiles can be fired from a shotgun shell.

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Firearm barrel stamps include information about the muzzle velocity at different yards.

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Ammunition head stamps are always found on rifle and handgun cartridges and shotshell cartridge heads.

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The pictured bullet is a?

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Name the four parts of a cartridge:

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Rifles and handgun also can fire cartridges that use a plastic capsule filled with small shot pellets

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Ammunition should always be stored in its original factory carton or box.

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Firing the wrong ammunition in a firearm can lead to:

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Ammunition should be stored:

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A shotgun cartridge that fires a single projectile is sometimes called a patch and ball.

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Cartridges are classified into two main types:

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Which type of bullet is recommended for rifles with tubular magazines?

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Modern ammunition varies depending on the type of firearm.  Rifles and handguns use a __________, containing a single projectile(bullet).

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The first step when cleaning a firearm is:

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When cleaning your gun:

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Why is cleaning your firearm important?

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Firearms are so well made they seldom need cleaning.

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In Canada, is an individual required to have a firearms license always in order to operate a firearm?

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In Canada, is an individual required to have a firearms license in order to own a firearm?

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 There is no limit on the number of magazines a licensed individual may possess for a particular firearm.

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Law enforcement and military personnel do not require firearms licenses for their firearms they own themselves.

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When transporting a non-restricted long arm (rifle or shotgun) which of the following is closest to the legal definition of safe transportation?

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 A suppressor (sometimes known as a 'silencer') is illegal in Canada.

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Fully automatic firearms are prohibited in Canada.

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What is the name of the government body in charge of licensing firearms in Canada?

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 A license is required for individuals to purchase ammunition in Canada.

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All air guns are exempt from firearms licensing in Canada.

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Air guns that meet the Criminal Code definition of a firearm, but are deemed not to be firearms for certain purposes of the Firearms Act and Criminal Code. These are air guns with a maximum muzzle velocity of 152.4 metres or 500 feet per second and/or a maximum muzzle energy of 5.7 joules or 4.2 foot-pounds.

All black powder firearms are exempt from the licensing and registration requirements of the Firearms Act. 

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Some black powder long guns are not classified as firearms. However some to avouied contrevining the law alwasy consult an expert.

A revolving actions are found as handgun.

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To load a new cartridge in a pump action, you must close the action

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The action of a firearm:

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When you are shooting you should always wear:

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