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Hunter's Education Chapter 4 & 5
Terms in this set (28)
1st Commandment of Firearm Safety
Watch that muzzle!
2nd Commandment of Firearm Safety
Treat every firearm with the respect due a loaded firearm.
3rd Commandment of Firearm Safety
Be sure of the target and what is in front of it and beyond it.
4th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
5th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Check your barrel and ammunition.
6th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Unload firearms when not in use.
7th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
8th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Don't run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
9th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
10th Commandment of Firearm Safety
Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
The four C's
Careful, Courteous, Considerate, Capable
Device used for aiming by aligning in a front and rear sight.
Base of the barrel used to hold the cartridge or shot-shell ready for shooting.
Movable metal block that seals a cartridge into the chamber on some actions.
Handle used to open a bolt action.
Mechanical device that blocks the trigger or hammer to help prevent accidental firing.
Handle of a firearm.
The part of the stock you hold against your shoulder when shooting.
Piece that surrounds the trigger to protect it from being squeezed or bumped accidentally.
Small lever that is squeezed to start firing process.
Container on a repeating firearm that holds ammunition before it's loaded into the chamber; usually tubes or boxes attached to the receiver.
Front portion of the stock extending under the barrel in front of the receiver; usually held by the non-trigger hand to help support fire arm.
Metal tub through which the projectile travels.
The end of the barrel through which the projectile (bullet or shot) exists.
Slotted plastic tip located on rear end of arrow that snaps onto the string and holds arrow in position.
Long spine of the arrow. Must have correct stiffness, or else will fly erratically rather than straight.
Plastic vanes of feathers on an arrow. Colorful one is called "cock", other ones called "hens". Causes arrow to spin and have stability.
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