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Which part of the firearm loads, fires, and ejects shells or cartridges?actionTo become a proficient archer one must practice and develop what important skill?Distance- judgingproper bow selection and fit are essential for what ?Maximum accuracy and performancewhich arrow points kill by shock and may be used when hunting small game animals, such as rabbits and squirrels ?Blunt pointswhat bow rating is recommended for a mechanical or expandable arrow point ?50 pounds or morewhat should arrow spine strength be matched to ?draw weightwhat might happen if an arrow is too short for the bow ?it could slip off the bowwhat is one special challenges that sets bow hunting apart from rifle hunting ?Bowhunting is done at closer range than rifle huntingin deciding whether to use a right-or-left handed bow what is the determining factor ?your dominant eyedraw weight refers to which weight ?weight the archer pullswhich of the following is true about arrow points?arrows can be fitted with a variety of pointswhat is the term for an arrow's stiffness?spinethe recurve bow differs from the longbow in that it has limbs that are what ?shorterwhich arrow points are best for shooting bag targets, foam targets, or grass -type targets ?bullet and field pointswhat is an arrow that has not been properly matched to your bow unlikely to do ?fly correctly or accuratelywhat are three essential accessories ?armguard , finger protection, and quiverwhat item attaches to the bowstring to improve accuracy by giving a consistent anchor point each time the bowstring is drawn?kisser buttonthe compound bow can reduce draw weight by 50 percent or more due to what feature?wheels and campsa bowfishing point is designed specifically to penetrate which type of fish ?Roughif spine strength is matched to the bow's draws weight what will minimized during flight ?bendingwhat is it called when bending occurs when an arrow is released from the bow ?Archer's paradoxwhich bows can often be adjusted for both draw length and draw weight ?compound bowwhich arrows points have small protruding wire springs (grabbing Hooks) on the point to prevent the arrow from dissapiring when shot into ground cover ?judo pointswhat is another term for an arrow's resistance to bending ?spinehow should your bow arm be helt?parallel to the groundwhich factor most influences the choices of arrow points ?it's purposewhat happens if your arrows are too lightly or heavily spined for your bow ?the archer's paradox movement are extremewhy has it become more important to use a crossbow cocking aid?crossbow draw weight have become heavierhow does a crossbow arrow compare to a conventional arrow?it is shorter and lighterwhich of the following describes the latch on a crossbow?it captures the string when the crossbow is cooked and holds the string in place until it's released by the triggerhow do the limbs on a recurve crossbow differ from the limbs on a compound crossbow ?the recurve crossbow's limbs are longerwhat type of bow has a stock that is similar to a firearm and shoots shorter arrows ?crossbowwhat is the correct way to cock a crossbow manually ?use all four fingers on both handswhat happens if the diameter of a crossbow arrow is to large for the grooved track in the barrel?crossbow might dry-firewhich part of the crossbow holds the arrow in the track until the trigger is squeezed ?arrow retention sprigwhat are the two most common types of crossbow ?Compound and recurvewhich statement about crossbows is false ?a crossbow shoots conventional arrowshow does a hunter cock a crossbow using a cocking harness ?By pulling on the wrist straps or handles while standing uphow do you know the minimum arrow size that can be shit from your crossbow ?by checking the owners manualwhich part of the crossbow is designed to prevent the arrow from releasing accidentally ?safetywhy do many hunters choose a recurve crossbow instead of a compound crossbow ?the recurve crossbow is simplerwhat is an advantage of hunting with a crossbow ?the crossbow design make it easier for firs-timers to gain confidencewhat is the recommended way to uncock a crossbow ?shooting an arrow from the cocked crossbow into a safe backstopwhich of the following broadheads offers a more consistent flight for a crossbow arrow ?mechanical broadheadswhich part of a modern firearm has the same function as the lock on a muzzleloader ?actionwhat kind of powder can cause serious injury if used in a muzzleloader?smokeless powderwhat do you call the corrosive buildup of black powder residue ?foulingthe muzzle of a firearm barrel is where the ?projectile exitswhich of these is not a type of projectile used in a muzzleloader ?boltwhich statement about muzzleloaders is trueMuzzleloaders are early firearms that are loaded from the open end.What powder is the the only kind that should be used in the muzzleloader?black powder or a synthetic substitutewhat should be used to clean your muzzleloaders?hot waterthe part of a muzzleloader rifle that fits against your shoulder is the ?buttwhat are the three types of projectiles used in muzzleloaders ?round balls, bullets, and shotafter shooting, a muzzleloader must be cleaned to prevent ?foulingwhat is true about using a round ball for a projectile in a muzzleloader ?round balls are used mainly for target practicewhat is your initial goal when you sight-in a bow ?a grouping anywhere on the targetfrom which distance is it best to practice in order to increase your accuracy in the field ?unknownyou are sighting-in a crossbow. what will give you more stability?using a shooting benchwhich of the following describes safe handling of a muzzleloader?wear eye and ear protection when shooting a muzzleloader always point the muzzle in a safe directionyou nock an arrow with the bow parallel to the ground. the cock feather should be pointing?straight upone way of shooting a bow is the bow sight aiming method. this method?requires the ability to accurately judge distancewhy should you aim with your dominant eye?to increase your accuracywhat should you check before choosing a firearm for hunting ?it meets the state legal projectile requirementswhat is the sight picture ?what you see when a firearm's sights are aligned correctly with the targetsighting -in a rifle means ?adjusting the sights to hit a target at a specific rangewhat is the term for continuing to squeeze the trigger after the bullet fires?follow throughwhich shotgun choke is the most open?cylinder (unchoked)you point a shotgun at a moving swing the gun faster than the target is moving so that the muzzle passes the target. then you fire. this method of shooting is called?swing-throughhow should you hold a handgun for maximum accuracy ?high on the grip with two handswhat type of eye protection should you wear when shooting a firearm ?shooting glasses with high-impact lenseswhat process will help adjust your sights to hit the bull's-eye consistently ?sighting-inwhat hunting position work best for taking practice shots ?sitting and kneelingwhy should you make sure the string serving is centered before you shoot a crossbow ?to group your arrows consistentlywhat is a safe way to unload a muzzleloader ?Fire it into a backstop.most bowstrings have a small brass band to mark the correct position for knocking the arrow. what is the name for this band ?nocking pointone way of shooting a bow is the instinctive aiming method. what is true about this method ?this method takes longer to perfect than the bow sight methodWhy is good marksmanship important?Good marksmanship is critical for a clean kill.what should be true about any firearm you choose to use for hunting ?has enough power to kill the game quickly and effectivelywhat is sighting alignment ?the process of lining up a firearm's rear and front sightssighting -in a rifle helps the shooter ?determine problems with firing techniquewhich of the following is one of the four standard rifle-firing positions ?pronewhich two shotgun chokes are best for hunting small, fast, close birds?improved cylinder and modifiedwhat is the correct way to shoulder a shotgun?bring the stock all the way up to your cheek and then back to your shoulderwhen firing a handgun, how far should you hold it from your body?at arm length'swhy should you use ear protection when shooting a firearm ?to prevent permanent hearing losswhen sighting-in a bow, if your arrows are grouping below and to the right of the bull's-eye, how should you move your front sight?down and rightwhat type of target is the best choice for deer hunting practice ?3d deerwhat type of arrowheads should you use to sight-in your crossbow?practice points that weight the same as the broadheads you will hunt withwhich of the following describes safe handling of a muzzleloader ?always point the muzzle in a safe directionthe best anchor point for drawing a bow?is determined through practicein hunting, it is important to know which eye is dominant, your dominant eye?is the eye you should use to aim a firearmwhat legal requirements must you consider when selecting a firearm for hunting ?caliber or gaugewhen sighting-in rifle ?fire the rifle from a solid bench restthere are four standard rifle-firing positions. choose the steadiest ?pronewhich shotgun choke is best for hunting a large, slow bird, such as a turkey?fullwhen you shoulder your shotgun, what part of your body should fit snugly against the stock?cheekwhat parts of your body should have protection whenever you shoot any firearm?ears and eyeswhat type of arrow point is best for practicing in the field on dead tree stumps or other objects?judoyou're ready to shoot a crossbow. you take a deep breath. what should you do next ?exhale half-wayYou are shooting a muzzleloader. A hang fire happens. What should you do?keep the gun pointed downrangewhen do bow sights work the best ?when the distance is knownwhat is good marksmanship?hitting the target accurately and consistentlyYou are shooting a rifle or handgun. What is the best way to pull the trigger for an accurate shot?apply slow,steady pressure until the gun firesa hunter is right-handed. when shooting a shotgun this hunter should?bring the left foot slightly forwardwhat should you do when cocking a crossbow ?draw the string back along the barrel to the latchwhich of the following is a building block of good marksmanship?practicethere are four standard rifle-firing positions. which one provides the least support?standingyou are shooting at a moving target. you raise the shotgun and point where you think the target will be when the shot arrives. this shooting method is called ?snap-shootingyou walked quietly through an animal's habitat. you stop often to look and listen for game. this hunting strategy is calledstill huntingWhat part of the game animal is the most effective place to shoot?vital organswhat is the preferred rifle shot for larger game animals, such as elk or bear?broadsideyou shoot a deer. you do not see it go down. how long should you wait before trailing the deer?half an hourwhat is the number-one cause of spoiled meat?heat