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  1. week
  2. butt
  3. second-degree misdemeanor
  4. chambering
  5. remains
  6. cocking
  7. rear sight
  8. lead round nose
  9. cylinder
  10. ejector
  11. double action
  12. single-action
  13. primer
  14. double/single
  15. muzzle flash suppressor
  16. magazine catch
  17. loading
  18. hammer spur
  19. toe
  20. rear sight
  21. open the firearm's action and physically and visually inspect it to make sure that it is not loaded.
  22. 16
  23. firing
  24. thumb rest
  25. extracting/ejecting
  26. feeding/chambering
  27. safety
  28. extraction/ejecting
  29. wad(s)
  30. never
  31. slide
  32. semiautomatic pistol
  33. locking
  34. round
  35. magazine
  36. bullet
  37. hand
  38. blank round
  39. grip
  40. Gauge
  41. slide stop lever
  42. recoil pad
  43. extractor rod
  44. grip
  45. front sight
  46. jacketed soft point
  47. loading
  48. loading
  49. extractor
  50. shooting
  51. locking
  52. ejection port
  53. each time it is fired.
  54. case/casings
  55. top strap
  56. slide lock
  57. forestock/hand guard
  58. top strap
  59. headstamp
  60. support
  61. magazine well
  62. unlocking/feeding/locking
  63. frame
  64. double action/single action
  65. extractor
  66. unlocking
  67. safety
  68. safety check his or her firearm each time it is used.
  69. double action only
  70. trigger guard
  71. barrel
  72. comb
  73. Be courteous to fellow shooters.

    When not training, watch other shooters and listen to the range instructor.

    Learn the location of the first aid kit on the range.

    If a weapon fails to fire, keep it pointed in a safe direction and immediately attempt to clear the malfunction.

    Immediately report all injuries to an academy staff member.

    Never eat on the firing line.
  74. bolt
  75. hammer
  76. forward assist
  77. revolver
  78. loaded firearm unattended.
  79. extraction
  80. firing
  81. the firearm owner will not be charged with a second-degree misdemeanor.
  82. examining the caliber or gauge found on the cartridge's headstamp.
  83. trigger
  84. dictates what direction is safe (to point the muzzle of a firearm).
  85. receiver
  86. magazine
  87. magazine floor plate
  88. heel
  89. port arms
  90. When you are on the firing line, you may leave only at the range instructor's command.

    Never talk on the firing line unless your instructor speaks to you or in an emergency.

    Never handle firearms on the firing line while someone is down the range.

    Always point unholstered firearms in a safe direction.

    Dry fire on the firing line only under a range instructor's supervision.

    Always wear ear and eye protection on or near the firing line.

    Only fire approved ammunition.
  91. Caliber
  92. lower receiver
  93. locking
  94. unlocking
  95. trigger safety
  96. shot
  97. Caliber
  98. action/slide release
  99. in a .38 caliber revolver.
  100. rear sight
  101. firing
  102. is unloaded and is pointed in a safe direction before cleaning or handling it.
  103. is
  104. trigger
  105. slide cover plate
  106. hammer
  107. cylinder
  108. muzzle barrel
  109. Always unholster a firearm behind the firing line.

    Always anticipate any commands from the range instructor.
  110. crimp
  111. 790.001
  112. is the most common cause of firearm accidents.
  113. Glock
  114. in a .357 revolver.
  115. rim
  116. magazine release
  117. powder
  118. ejecting
  119. you do not intend to shoot.
  120. trigger guard
  121. it were loaded, whether you think it is or not.
  122. follower
    spring
    magazine tube
    magazine insert
    floor plate
  123. while they are off duty.
  124. de-cocked
  125. floor/butt plate