FREE CRFSC Basic Questions and Answers

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Which shot spread pattern is narrowest when full choked?

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FMIC stands for full choke, modified (M), improved (I), and cylinder bore (C). From left to right of the FMIC, the shot spread pattern is broader. Remember to have fun while using MICk.

Incendiary bullets placed into rifle cartridges are lawful in Canada.

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Firearms that muzzleload can safely employ smokeless powder.

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Compared to black powder, smokeless powder has far more potency. Smokeless powder makes it easy to blow up any muzzleloader.

What isn't a component of a shotgun shell or a cartridge?

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Shotguns have chokes, not shotgun shells.

While using safety at all times is a good idea, you should never depend on it.

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Black powder and smokeless powder can be substituted with ease.

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No, black powder is not nearly as potent as smokeless powder.

The choker is:

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Is keeping a loaded gun in storage permitted?

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"T" in ACTS & PROVE corresponds to:

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ACTS & PROVE represents:
A = Assuming all guns are loaded.
C = Control of the muzzle angle.
T = Trigger finger is not inside the trigger guard and is not on the trigger.
S = Stands for verify that the gun is empty and safe.
P = Point the weapon in the direction that is least dangerous.
R = Remove out every cartridge.
O = Observe the chamber.
V = Verify the feeding route.
E = Examine the bore.

A magazine's first loaded cartridge presses up against the

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Which kinds of sights are used by handgun shooters?

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