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4. A Danger signal will be;
A. A call of “Stop, Stop, Stop” by the Range Officer.
B. Raising a red flag above the butt or holding all targets at half-mast.
C. All of the above.
7. Before removing a firearm from the firing line you must;
A. Obtain the permission of the Range Officer.
B. Remove the bolt.
C. Tell other members of the Club what you are going to do to the firearm.
14. Under the Firearms Act 2015 before you give, lend or otherwise part with possession of a firearm to another person for a period of less than 10 days, you must ensure;
A. They are a member of a recognised firearms club.
B. They know how the firearm works.
C. They hold a firearm licence which authorises possession of that type of firearm.
15. Under the Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935, a person who, without lawful excuse, discharges a firearm and who is reckless as to whether that act injures, annoys or frightens, or may injure, annoy or frighten, any person is guilty of an offence and could receive a maximum penalty of;
A. Imprisonment for 1 year.
B. Imprisonment for 5 years.
C. Imprisonment for 3 years.
16. For complete safety with a firearm you should not rely on a safety catch alone because;
A. They are unreliable and should not be used at any time.
B. Safety catches at best only supplement the safe handling of firearms.
C. Various persons have differing opinions on whether to use them.
17. Alcohol and many day to day medicines;
A. May affect your eyesight and cause you to shoot erratically.
B. Dull and slow your mental and physical reactions.
C. May produce hallucinations that could cause you to be dangerous.
18. When you are in possession of your firearm(s) and away from the place where your firearm(s) are normally kept (e.g. away from home on a hunting trip) you must secure your firearm(s) or ammunition by;
A. Locking them in your vehicle.
B. Having them with you in a Motel room.
C. Securing them in a friends gun safe.
D. Using the best means reasonably available to you in the circumstances.
19. The Firearms Licence Category which is a legal requirement for all Shooting Club Members is;
A. Licence Category C.
B. Licence Category 1.
C. Licence Category 4.
20. The person in charge of the safety of the range who issues all commands to the shooters is known as;
A. The Range Superintendent.
B. The Club Captain.
C. The Range Officer.
21. The danger range for a .22 rimfire projectile is;
A. 1500 metres.
B. 2000 metres.
C. 2500 metres.
22. When a firearm is said to be in a ‘Safe condition’ this means;
A. All ammunition is removed and the magazine is also removed (if possible).
B. The bolt and magazine are removed.
C. The action is open, the magazine is removed (where possible) and an orange or yellow empty chamber indicator is inserted.
23. The first action when cleaning a firearm is;
A. Check that you are not going to use a nylon brush with a bore copper solvent.
B. Ensure that the cleaning rod is not too big for the barrel.
C. Carry out safety precautions and ensure the firearm is not loaded.
25. If you experience a misfire of any kind on the firing line you must;
A. Immediately ‘Make safe’ your firearm.
B. Wait 30 seconds before attempting to clear the firearm.
C. Attract the attention of the Range Officer.
D. B and C above.
26. Write rule number 1 from the National Firearms Safety Code;
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