Are You A True Firearms Expert?

Many Americans like to consider themselves to be firearms experts, but how much do you really know? Are you ready to put your knowledge of guns and firearms to the test? To the quiz!
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Question 1/11

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U.S. Secret Service agents are issued pistols made by which manufacturer?
Baretta
Sig Sauer
Smith and Wesson
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Question 2/11

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Which firearm became especially popular with Prohibition-era gangsters?
The Thompson sub machine gun
The Henry Rifle
The AK-47
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Question 3/11

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The M1 Garand rifle, the World War II U.S. military weapon, fired this caliber round....
.30.06 Springfield
.308 Winchester
.17 Remington
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Question 4/11

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What do you call the spiral grooves cut into the bore of a gun?
Rifling
Breech
Buttstock
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Question 5/11

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Where is the bore located?
Inside the gun barrel
On the pistol grip
Along the rail
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What is the name of the metal block that closes the aperture at the back part of a rifle or gun barrel?
Breech block
Broach
Chocke
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Question 7/11

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The internal diameter or bore of a gun barrel is known as the....
Rail
Bullet breech
Caliber
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Question 8/11

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Which country has the highest per capita rate of gun ownership?
Iran
United States
Germany
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Question 9/11

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The U.S. patent for a "revolving gun" was issued to this man in 1836.
Samuel Colt
Daniel Wesson
Sam Houston
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Question 10/11

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New Hampshire is home to the U.S. headquarters of this gun manufacturer.
Sig Sauer
Smith and Wesson
Remington
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Question 11/11

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Where was the first gunpowder weapon developed?
China
Mexico
Persia
Result
This quiz was a bit of a flop, but it may have clued you into a few new facts about firearms! You might know that gun safety is the most important aspect of owning a gun, but knowing all about how guns work is also important. Knowledge is power when it comes to firearm ownership!

C+, Firearm Flop

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are firearm knowledgable! It's obvious that you're just about as firearm savvy as they come. You know how guns work, which guns have been used throughout history, and how to responsibly own and operate a firearm. Go you!

B+, Firearm Knowledgable

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are totally firearm savvy! It's clear that you know firearms like no one else. Whether it's the history of firearms or the way a firearm operates in the modern day, you're knowledgable and well versed on guns. You seem to understand that knowledge is power!

A+, Firearm Savvy

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1
U.S. Secret Service agents are issued pistols made by which manufacturer?
Baretta
Sig Sauer
Smith and Wesson
2
Which firearm became especially popular with Prohibition-era gangsters?
The Thompson sub machine gun
The Henry Rifle
The AK-47
3
The M1 Garand rifle, the World War II U.S. military weapon, fired this caliber round....
.30.06 Springfield
.308 Winchester
.17 Remington
4
What do you call the spiral grooves cut into the bore of a gun?
Rifling
Breech
Buttstock
5
Where is the bore located?
Inside the gun barrel
On the pistol grip
Along the rail
6
What is the name of the metal block that closes the aperture at the back part of a rifle or gun barrel?
Breech block
Broach
Chocke
7
The internal diameter or bore of a gun barrel is known as the....
Rail
Bullet breech
Caliber
8
Which country has the highest per capita rate of gun ownership?
Iran
United States
Germany
9
The U.S. patent for a "revolving gun" was issued to this man in 1836.
Samuel Colt
Daniel Wesson
Sam Houston
10
New Hampshire is home to the U.S. headquarters of this gun manufacturer.
Sig Sauer
Smith and Wesson
Remington
11
Where was the first gunpowder weapon developed?
China
Mexico
Persia