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  1. A __________ is a weapon malfunction that occurs when the shell stops/fails to retain a shell in the magazine tube after one has been moved onto the carrier.
  2. Phase 2 Clearance (for a semiautomatic rifle/carbine) is used if
  3. To clear a double feed (on a semiautomatic pistol), you must use the Phase __________ Clearance method.
  4. While loading a semiautomatic pistol, you should always keep the barrel pointed
  5. A(n) __________ load is a technique used to reload in a tactical situation (for a shotgun).
  6. Examples of _________ include bushes, trees, and cars.
  7. Semiautomatic rifle/carbine malfunctions include
  8. When cleaning a semiautomatic pistol, you should
  9. Reloading behind cover whenever possible while observing the threat is a
  10. What items could be included in a cleaning kit (for a shotgun)
  11. When cleaning a semiautomatic pistol, you should leave no lubricant when
  12. __________ malfunctions include failure to fire, misfire, a squib load, a casing caught under the extractor, or a frozen or improperly closed cylinder.
  13. The causes of a __________ malfunction include a weak powder charge, dirt behind the extractor, a dirty chamber, a broken extractor, a damaged or worn rim on the case, or an over-expanded or cracked case.
  14. You should always try to reload your firearm behind
  15. When cleaning a semiautomatic pistol, you should use
  16. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to ejecting the cartridge from the chamber of a semiautomatic pistol.
  17. If a misfire occurs (on your revolver) during a deadly force encounter, __________.
  18. To __________ a revolver using only your __________ hand, place the barrel behind the gun belt inside the front of your pants with its cylinder facing out. With your support hand, remove the speed loader from the pouch and insert the cartridges into the cylinder. Use your index, center, and ring fingers to control the cylinder, before releasing the cartridges. With the thumb and index finger, turn the knob on the speed loader to release the cartridges. Establish a firm shooting grip on your revolver, and remove it from your waistband. Close the cylinder with your trigger finger.
  19. Tactical considerations in using cover include
  20. If the primer fails to fire after the firing pin or striker hit it (on a semiautomatic pistol), the result is a misfire and a dead round. Correct this malfunction with the Phase __________ Clearance method.
  21. When loading a revolver with less than six rounds,
  22. Although reloading your handgun with two hands is preferable, some circumstances
  23. You should never change cover just for
  24. If the firing pin breaks (on your revolver) during a deadly force encounter, __________.
  25. An officer's observation skills (at a scene) include
  26. When loading revolvers with less than six rounds, the first round should be placed to
  27. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to lubricating a revolver.
  28. To __________ a revolver using only your __________ hand, place the grip of the weapon against your stomach. Grab the top strap with the fingers of your right hand. Place the barrel behind the gun belt inside the front of your pants with its cylinder facing out. With your right hand, remove a speed loader from the pouch and insert the cartridges into the cylinder. Hold the front of the cylinder with your little and ring fingers. Apply pressure on the cylinder to hold it in place. With your thumb and forefinger, turn the knob on the speed loader to release the cartridges. Grip the revolver with the "shooting grip", removing it from your waistband. Close the cylinder using your right thumb.
  29. When loading revolvers with less than six rounds, you should place a
  30. When cleaning a semiautomatic pistol, make sure the tools you use do not
  31. If the magazine is not seated in the magazine well (of a semiautomatic pistol), this __________ cause a failure to fire.
  32. ________ is any object or group of objects that create a visual barrier between you and a threat but may not stop a projectile.
  33. An officer's observation skills (at a scene) include the
  34. To remove the remaining shells from the magazine tube (of a shotgun), you should place your support hand thumb and index finger inside the __________ through the loading port and press the shell latch/stop against the receiver. This releases a round from the magazine tube.
  35. If a light hammer fall results from a revolver malfunction (in which the strain screw has been backed out, cut, loosened, or altered to make the trigger easier to pull), only a

    If the firing pin or hammer nose breaks (on a revolver),
  36. The most common causes of a _________ are a weak powder charge (bad ammunition), a dry weapon (not enough lubrication), and, if while firing, the shooter does not provide enough resistance for the slide to operate (limp wrist).
  37. During a deadly force encounter, and officer should
  38. What are the types of semiautomatic pistol malfunctions that may occur?
  39. As an officer becomes more familiar with the normal conditions of his or her surroundings, he or she will also be
  40. Appropriate cover is any object
  41. Failure to eject is often called a ________________.
  42. _________ causes include damaged or improperly dimensioned magazine lips or a faulty cartridge interrupter (in weapons with tubular magazines).
  43. The result of a __________ is incomplete propulsion of the bullet, which may lodge the projectile in the barrel.
  44. Follow this procedure for firing your __________ from the __________ barricade position: 1. Start away from cover in your basic stance. 2. Draw your firearm from your holster, keeping your finger off the trigger; move to cover and identify your target. 3. Stay completely behind the barricade, using it for cover. 4. Use your basic shooting position. 5. Roll out to your shooting-hand side. Expose only a small portion of your shoulder and head. Keep your firearm away from and behind the barricade. Do not let your firearm or hands rest on or touch the barricade.
  45. To __________ a revolver using only your __________ hand, establish a firm grip on your revolver with your right hand, while keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and keeping your finger off the trigger. Maintaining control of your revolver, open the cylinder. Use the technique appropriate for the model of your revolver. Push the cylinder open with your index finger. Place your thumb through the opening in the frame, under the top strap and over the cylinder. Point the muzzle straight up. Depress the extractor rod with your index finger, and extract empty cartridges from the cylinder.
  46. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to using cover properly when given a threat.
  47. When loading a revolver with less than six rounds, the
  48. Cover can be concealment, but
  49. When cleaning a semiautomatic pistol, a larger caliber cleaning brush or patch tip (than designed for your specific weapon)
  50. ________ includes, but is not limited to, such things as a solid concrete wall, a vehicle's engine block, or a concrete telephone pole.
  51. A ________ is a weapon malfunction that occurs when the cartridge fails to feed into the chamber.
  52. Upon arriving at a scene, an officer should
  53. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to identifying various methods of moving to cover and/or concealment.
  54. Using cover and concealment can be
  55. When considering moving to cover, you should move closer only to .
  56. What items could be included in a cleaning kit for a semiautomatic rifle/carbine?
  57. If an officer's shotgun malfunctions in the field, he or she should
  58. When chambering a round (in a shotgun), if your fingers are between
  59. Use this procedure for firing your __________ from the __________ barricade position: 1. Start away from cover in your basic stance. 2. Keeping your finger off the trigger, move to cover, take a kneeling position and identify your target. 3. Stay completely behind the barricade, using it for cover. 4. Roll to your shooting-hand side. Remember to expose only a small portion of your shoulder and head and keep your firearm away from and behind the barricade. Also, do not let your firearm or hands rest on or touch the barricade.
  60. To solve a frozen cylinder problem (on a revolver), clean under the __________.
  61. What items could be included in the weapon cleaning kit (for a revolver)?
  62. The ability to assess a situation or subject depends largely on
  63. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to field stripping and cleaning a semiautomatic rifle/carbine.
  64. If an officer's rifle malfunctions due to a squib load, he or she should
  65. During a deadly force encounter,
  66. When cleaning a semiautomatic pistol, heavy lubrication or solvents may
  67. When you clear all rounds from the __________ (of a shotgun), visually and physically inspect the chamber and magazine tube to make sure that there are no shells in the chamber.
  68. To __________ a revolver using only your __________ hand, grip the revolver with your left hand, keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction, and keep your finger off the trigger. Maintaining control of your revolver, open the cylinder. Use the technique appropriate for the model of your revolver. Open the cylinder by tapping the side of the cylinder against your holster. Place your thumb on the top strap and your little finger over the hammer. Move your thumb inside the frame, and put your index finger on the extractor rod. Point the muzzle straight up. Depress the extractor rod with your thumb or index finger, and remove empty shell casings from the cylinder.
  69. A _________ is a weapon malfunction that occurs when a round is in the chamber and the action is closed. The shell latch fails to keep a round in the magazine tube. Instead, it moves the round onto the carrier.
  70. The leading cause of malfunctions in semiautomatic weapons is the failure to properly__________.
  71. A smaller cleaning tool may
  72. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to unloading an equipped semiautomatic pistol.
  73. A ___________ is a weapon malfunction that occurs when the trigger is pulled, but the round fails to detonate.
  74. Cleaning tools for revolvers are
  75. To prevent a casing from being caught under the extractor, make sure to point the muzzle __________ when unloading a revolver.
  76. ___________ is a weapon malfunction that occurs when the pistol fails to extract a spent casing from its chamber.
  77. A ________ is a condition that prevents a weapon from operating normally.
  78. Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to using cover properly
  79. The objective of __________ is to save your life by stopping or deflecting bullets and to provide a safer environment while you evaluate a situation.
  80. __________ malfunctions include the following: the shell fails to load from the magazine tube, the fore-end/slide fails to close fully, failure to feed, double feed, stacked feed, failure to fire, failure to extract, failure to open, failure to eject, failure to close, and stovepipes.
  81. On a revolver, a ________ is one that does not rotate.
  1. a Shotgun
  2. b Double feed
  3. c wiping the inside of the magazine.
  4. d squib load
  5. e concealment
  6. f failure to eject
  7. g stacked feed
  8. h not completely clean a larger firearm.
  9. i tactical
  10. j place each round together, leaving no space in between rounds.
  11. k failure to feed
  12. l Do not attempt to catch the magazine when it is released.

    When removing the magazine, hold the pistol in your shooting hand with the trigger finger outside the trigger guard.

    You should first engage the safety and then remove the magazine.

    Let the magazine fall to the ground after releasing it.
  13. m in a safe direction.
  14. n failure to extract
  15. o As you pull the slide back for the last time, push the slide stop up with your shooting hand thumb until the slide locks to the rear in the open position.

    Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction at all times.


    Use your support hand thumb and index finger to grab the slide and pull it to the rear several times.


    With the slide locked back, tilt the weapon and physically and visually inspect to make sure the chamber and magazine well are empty.
  16. p handgun/standing
  17. q failure to fire
  18. r Cover
  19. s double feed
  20. t Leaning on your cover decreases your mobility.

    Muzzle flash may reveal your location, especially at night.

    Do not "crowd" your cover.

    Leaning on your cover increases your chance of being hit by direct fire or a ricochet or splattered by debris when projectiles impact your cover.

    Remember that ricochet or debris may disable your firearm.

    Exploit distance and angles.

    Remember to judge your position of cover from your adversary's angle or viewpoint and keep your firearm and body off the cover.
  21. u stovepipe
  22. v caliber specific.
  23. w squib load

    failure to fire

    failure to eject

    double feed

    failure to feed

    failure to extract
  24. x malfunction
  25. y does not fit in a small weapon and may cause damage.
  26. z a bore brush

    Bore Snake

    cloth/patches

    a cleaning rod

    swabs

    lubricant(s)
  27. aa receiver
  28. ab an officer's observation skills.
  29. ac cylinder should be closed and positioned so that the rounds fire in succession.
  30. ad solvent and lubricant specifically designed for firearms maintenance.
  31. ae Phase 1 Clearance does not clear the malfunction, or if the malfunction is a double feed.
  32. af gain a tactical advantage

    move if you need to reach a safer location.

    you may need to run, crawl, or "duck walk" to reach cover.

    you should select your next position before you move.
  33. ag cover when possible.
  34. ah identifying areas that provide cover and/or concealment.
  35. ai magazine port
  36. aj 1
  37. ak Do not expose your body unnecessarily.

    Don't lock yourself into a bad position.

    Move quickly and decisively; use concealment if available.

    To properly use cover, keep your body and your firearm behind cover.

    When moving to cover, scan the area first.

    Always be aware of alternative options.

    Be aware of foot placement.

    Your weapon should be in a ready position, even while moving.
  38. al 2
  39. am unload/left
  40. an immediately pull the trigger again
  41. ao certified armorer can fix it.
  42. ap the sake of change.
  43. aq immediately switch to his or her handgun.
  44. ar seat the magazine
  45. as tactical consideration in using cover.
  46. at unload/right
  47. au shotgun or rifle (or carbine)/kneeling
  48. av big enough to hide your body, and strong enough to stop bullets.
  49. aw Failure to extract
  50. ax patches

    a cloth

    lubricant

    Bore Snake

    gun solvent

    a cleaning rod

    a bore brush

    Incorrect
  51. ay immediately switch to a handgun, if available.
  52. az more aware of and able to identify people, occurrences, and conditions that are out of place.
  53. ba reload/right
  54. bb extractor
  55. bc ability to recognize hazardous areas and potential weapons.
  56. bd straight up
  57. be Concealment
  58. bf live round in front of the barrel in line with the firing pin.
  59. bg transition to a secondary weapon or retreat if a squib load occurs to his or her semiautomatic rifle/carbine.
  60. bh reload/left
  61. bi Always be open to new ideas and tactics that may give you options to help you survive an armed confrontation.

    You must decide where to move for cover.

    You must know what suffices for cover.

    You must know when to move (for cover).

    You must be aware of the conditions of your weapon (loaded, rounds available, etc.)

    You must know if the location you choose (for cover) allows you to see the area where the threat originates.

    You must be aware of your surroundings.

    You must move quickly, safely, and without hesitation.
  62. bj rags

    solvent

    Q-tips

    pipe cleaners

    Bore Snake

    cleaning pad

    patches (preferably cotton)

    nylon cleaning brush

    gun oil/lubricant (non-penetrating)

    bore brush
  63. bk dictate that you reload with only one hand.
  64. bl Check your weapon at regular intervals to ensure it is properly lubricated.


    Check the manufacturer's recommended lubrication points and amounts.


    Wipe excess lubrication off using a clean, dry cloth.


    A little lubricant goes a long way
  65. bm the rear and the fore-end and the receiver, this can cause an injury.
  66. bn destroy the primer and powder of loaded cartridges.
  67. bo Remove the magazine and secure it away from the weapon.

    Ensure that the bolt is locked to the rear.

    Safety check the weapon.

    Remove live ammunition from the cleaning area.

    Verify that the chamber or magazine contains no ammunition.
  68. bp frozen cylinder
  69. bq can
  70. br consider the weapon bore when choosing patches.
  71. bs concealment is not necessarily cover.
  72. bt invalidate the manufacturer's warranty or conflict with the manufacturer's recommendations.
  73. bu critical to an officer winning a confrontation.
  74. bv Revolver
  75. bw scan the area for possible problems, including additional threats.
  76. bx a squib load, failure to fire, failure to feed, failure to extract (double feed), or failure to eject (stovepipe).
  77. by cover
  78. bz the left of the top strap, if the cylinder rotates clockwise (so the cylinder can rotate).
  79. ca go to your secondary weapon (if available)
  80. cb you should go to a secondary weapon if a squib load occurs (in your revolver).
  81. cc using cover whenever possible.