Final Exam (P) Quiz

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  1. Who is responsible for the safe handling of firearms at all times?1

    Lesson 1 – League Overview

  2. Any student athlete found to be in violation of the school’s chemical use policy can be either removed or expelled from the team.1

    Lesson 1 – League Overview

  3. What happens to a student athlete after their first safety violation?1

    Lesson 2 – Policies and Procedures

  4. The fall season lasts 9 weeks and concludes with a state championship.1

    Lesson 2 – Policies and Procedures

  5. Who should be aware of and understand the League’s Policies and Procedures?1

    Lesson 2 – Policies and Procedures

  6. Which of the following can be brought to school?1

    Lesson 3: Schools & Shooting Sports

  7. You should always attempt to pattern your shotgun by trying to hit targets thrown straight in front of you.1

    Lesson 4: Know Your Firearms

  8. Any size choke will work as long as you have one screwed into the barrel.1

    Lesson 4: Know Your Firearms

  9. It is safe to use ammunition that is older than 10 years old.1

    Lesson 5: Know Your Ammunition

  10. Game loads normally used for hunting are acceptable to use for trap and skeet if they are under 1200 fps.1

    Lesson 5: Know Your Ammunition

  11. It’s always a good idea to have more than 25 shells with you during a round.1

    Lesson 6: Know Your Gear & Accessories

  12. You may use a muzzle pad during competition as long as it is not mounted to the top of your footwear.1

    Lesson 6: Know Your Gear & Accessories

  13. What should you do when you squeeze the trigger and nothing happens?1

    Lesson 7: Firearm Safety Procedures

  14. Who is best qualified to make alterations to your shotgun?1

    Lesson 7: Firearm Safety Procedures

  15. What is the worst thing for a shotgun and all its moving parts?1

    Lesson 8: Firearm Cleaning

  16. Over lubricating a shotgun is a good practice for trying to prevent rust.1

    Lesson 8: Firearm Cleaning

  17. What is the best way to transport my firearm and ammunition to the range?1

    Lesson 9: Transportation and Storage – Firearms & Ammunition

  18. What should you do before properly storing your shotgun?1

    Lesson 9: Transportation and Storage – Firearms & Ammunition

  19. Proper etiquette says that you complete your round regardless of what time the shooting range closes.1

    Lesson 10: Know Your Shooting Range

  20. Generally, larger teams get to shoot first and then smaller teams follow.1

    Lesson 10: Know Your Shooting Range

  21. Can you identify two things that the Head Coach is responsible for?1

    Lesson 11: Team Personnel

  22. When must a Range Safety Officer be present on the field?1

    Lesson 11: Team Personnel

  23. Your feet should be pointed in a 45-degree angle towards the trap house.1

    Lesson 12: Shooting Fundamentals

  24. 80% of your weight should be ahead of your hips for proper line of sight.1

    Lesson 12: Shooting Fundamentals

  25. The proper way to mount the shotgun is to bring your cheek to the gun.1

    Lesson 12: Shooting Fundamentals

  26. What is it called when the dominant eye does not align with the dominant hand?1

    Lesson 12: Shooting Fundamentals

  27. At what speed do the clay targets typically travel once thrown from the trap house?1

    Lesson 13: Trap Shooting Fundamentals

  28. It’s a good idea to test fire a few shots before you begin your round.1

    Lesson 13: Trap Shooting Fundamentals

  29. Squads will rotate counter-clockwise after the completion of each station.1

    Lesson 13: Trap Shooting Fundamentals

  30. Who is responsible for challenging a “Lost” target?1

    Lesson 13: Trap Shooting Fundamentals

  31. A skeet field includes 8 stations and 2 throwing houses.1

    Lesson 14: Skeet Shooting Fundamentals

  32. During a round of skeet, how many targets will you shoot at from each of the stations 3, 4 and 5?1

    Lesson 14: Skeet Shooting Fundamentals

  33. In skeet, squads of more than 5 shooters are allowed.1

    Lesson 14: Skeet Shooting Fundamentals

  34. True team scoring focuses heavily on the top 5 scores for each team.1

    Lesson 15: League Scoring

  35. Athletes submit their own scores each week by entering scores into the Shooter Performance Tracker.1

    Lesson 15: League Scoring

  36. Conferences are determined prior to the start of each season.1

    Lesson 16: Conferences

  37. Each class has an equal amount of conferences.1

    Lesson 16: Conferences

  38. What three things can shape the way others view your team and your school?1

    Lesson 17: Respect and Responsibility

  39. What is the League’s number one priority at all times?1

    Lesson 17: Respect and Responsibility

  40. Who should always be aware of their surroundings while at the shooting range?1

    Lesson 17: Respect and Responsibility

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