FSC Practice Test – Chapter 3 Firearm Operation and Safe Handling

FSC Practice Test – Chapter 3 Firearm Operation and Safe Handling. Our California Firearm Safety Certificate exam practice test Chapter 3 consists of 41 Muplechoice questions answers.

The Safe Handling Demonstration chapter is the longest chapter in the FSC study guide. This section lists each of the steps that constitute the statutorily mandated safe handling demonstrations for the most common handgun types (semiautomatic pistols, double-action revolvers, and single-action revolvers). This section also includes safe handling demonstration steps for most long gun types.

FSC Practice Test - Chapter 3 Firearm Operation and Safe Handling

FSC Practice Test – Chapter 3

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Test Name FSC Practice Test
Chapter 3 Firearm Operation and Safe Handling
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FSC Practice Test - Chapter 3 Firearm Operation and Safe Handling

FSC Practice Test

Question Type: Sample / Demo
Time Allowed: N/A
Topics Covered: Chapter 3 Firearm Operation and Safe Handling
Total Questions: 41
Live Score: You can find your test score as a percentage at the of the test.

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Which of the following is the most common handgun?

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Firearm or ammunition caliber refers to

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After ensuring a double-action revolver is pointed in a safe direction and with your finger off the trigger, you begin unloading the firearm by

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The cylinder rotates to the next chamber after the hammer falls

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Safe Gun Handling - Inspecting & Checking Steps.

  1. Open the loading gate.
  2. Visually and physically inspect each chamber to ensure that the revolver is unloaded.
  3. Remove the firearm safety device.
  4. Load one dummy round into a chamber of the cylinder
  5. Open the loading gate and unload it.
  6. Visually and physically inspect each chamber to ensure it is unloaded.
  7. Apply the firearm safety device, if applicable

Identify the type of firearms by reading the above steps.

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How do you ensure that the chamber of the semiautomatic pistol is clear?

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If you release the slide before inserting the magazine, there will NOT be a cartridge in the chamber.

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The bullet is just one part of a cartridge.

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The safety on a semiautomatic pistol is not foolproof.

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Which of the following firearms has a rotating cylinder containing a number of chambers?

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You may assume a semiautomatic pistol is unloaded because the magazine is removed from the handgun.

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How you should inspect each chamber to ensure that the revolver is unloaded?

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The importance of the “dangerous range” is that a bullet can travel far beyond the intended target.

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Which type of the following ammunition you must avoid?

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What is the meaning of trigger discipline of firearms?

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Which of the is NOT commonly referred to as an "Ammunition"?

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Which of the following pistols has a single chamber?

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Which of the following is NOT part of a single unit of ammunition?

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What you should do, in the case of a malfunction?

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In whose presence the safe handling demonstration must be performed?

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Which of the following firearms has a tubular magazine?

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According to which of the following Penal Code sections, an individual must correctly perform a safe handling demonstration with the firearm he or she is acquiring

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A revolver is a pistol, but a semi-automatic pistol is NOT a revolver.

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What is the meaning of muzzle awareness of firearms?

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What is the name of the part of the Semiautomatic pistols that hold the bullets?

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What are safety rules must be followed if your firearm malfunctions? Chose the correct option in ascending order.

  1. Wait Ten Seconds.
  2. Seek Competent Help.
  3. Stop Firing!
  4. Keep The Gun Pointed In A Safe Direction.

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A magazine is part of a:

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What is the projectile fired from a firearm?

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The safely perform steps are given below, now identified the type of firearm?

  1. Open the ejection port.
  2. Visually and physically inspect the chamber
  3. Remove the firearm safety device
  4. Load one dummy round into the magazine loading port
  5. Pull the forend (or forearm) rearward toward the receiver.
  6. Push the action (carrier) release button and again pull the forend toward the receiver.
  7. Engage the safety

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Which of the following firearms has a part called "stock"?

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Which of the following types of firearms uses the "Pull the bolt back and lock it open if possible" technique to ensure the firearm is
unloaded?

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Write down the full form of DROS?

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Which part of Revolver used for loading, unloading, and inspection?

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Where's the bullet located at the cartridge?

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What is the primary difference between Single-Action Revolver and Double-Action Revolver?

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What is the ignition component of a cartridge?

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What does “point in a safe direction” Mean?

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What is the name of the part of the revolver that holds the bullets?

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When a firearm owner can perform the safe handling demonstration?

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Just because a cartridge fits into your firearm does not necessarily mean it is safe to shoot.

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Which of the following firearms has breech-lock?

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The safe handling demonstration shall commence with the firearm unloaded and locked with the firearm safety device with which it is required to be delivered, if applicable. While maintaining muzzle awareness (that is, the firearm is pointed in a safe direction, preferably down at the ground) and trigger discipline (that is, the trigger finger is outside of the trigger guard and alongside of the firearm frame) at all times, the firearm recipient shall correctly and safely perform the safe handling demonstration steps for each firearm type.