HUNTING LICENSE UNIT 01

  1. The Four Primary Rules of Firearm Safety:

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    Treat every firearm with the respect due a loaded gun.
    Be sure of the target and what is in front of it and beyond it.
    Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
    Keep it pointed in a safe direction at all times.
  2. The Four Primary Rules of Firearm Safety:

    Keep it pointed in a safe direction at all times.
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    Be sure of the target and what is in front of it and beyond it.
    Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
    Treat every firearm with the respect due a loaded gun.
  3. The Four Primary Rules of Firearm Safety:
    Keep it pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    Treat every firearm with the respect due a loaded gun.
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    Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
    Be sure of the target and what is in front of it and beyond it.
  4. The Four Primary Rules of Firearm Safety:
    Keep it pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    Treat every firearm with the respect due a loaded gun.
    Be sure of the target and what is in front of it and beyond it.
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    Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
  5. Additional Rules About Firearm Safety:

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    Unload firearms when not in use.
    Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
    Don’t run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
    Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
    Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
    Check your barrel and ammunition.
  6. Additional Rules About Firearm Safety:

    Check your barrel and ammunition.
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    Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
    Don’t run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
    Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
    Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
    Unload firearms when not in use.
  7. Additional Rules About Firearm Safety:

    Check your barrel and ammunition.
    Unload firearms when not in use.
    ???
    Don’t run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
    Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
    Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
    Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
  8. Additional Rules About Firearm Safety:

    Check your barrel and ammunition.
    Unload firearms when not in use.
    Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
    ???
    Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
    Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
    Don’t run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
  9. Additional Rules About Firearm Safety:

    Check your barrel and ammunition.
    Unload firearms when not in use.
    Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
    Don’t run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
    ???
    Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
    Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
  10. Additional Rules About Firearm Safety:

    Check your barrel and ammunition.
    Unload firearms when not in use.
    Point a firearm only at something you intend to shoot.
    Don’t run, jump, or climb with a loaded firearm.
    Store firearms and ammunition separately and safely.
    ???
    Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting.
  11. The goal of hunter education is to train safe, responsible, and ???.
    law-abiding hunters
  12. The first mandated hunter education program began in ??? in 1949 to reduce hunting incidents.
    New York
  13. The first mandated hunter education program began in New York in ??? to reduce hunting incidents.
    1949
  14. As hunter education programs spread across the country, safety coordinators formed what is now the _ _ _ _
    IHEA   International Hunter Education Association
  15. I_
    H_
    E_
    A_
    • International
    • Hunter
    • Education
    • Association
  16. hunter education programs are important because they ??? and other hunting injuries
    decrease hunting-related shooting incidents
  17. hunter education programs are important because they decrease hunting-related shooting incidents and ???
    other hunting injuries
  18. hunter education programs are important because they
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HUNTING LICENSE UNIT 01
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HUNTING LICENSE UNIT 01
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