Firearms Quiz #4

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Firearms Quiz #4
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2011-12-02 23:38:04
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Firearms Quiz #4
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  1. Very few things will stop a rifle round
    a.) engine blocks

    b.) trees

    c.) solid concrete
  2. Auditory Blunting
    1.) Occurs when you or someone else fires a gun and you don't hear it go off

    2.) Symptom of stress
  3. Kneeling Shooting Positions
    1.) Supported

    2.) Unsupported
  4. Color Codes: (Willingness to take appropriate actions: "Are you ready to shoot another person?")

    1.) White
    a.) Relaxed, Unaware, Unprepared

    b.) Only way to live: Inadequacy of enemy
  5. Color Codes: (Willingness to take appropriate actions: "Are you ready to shoot another person?")

    2.) Yellow
    a.) Relaxed Alert, Unspecific (Generally Alert)

    b.) Mentally aware, use your eyes, how you carry yourself
  6. Color Codes: (Willingness to take appropriate actions: "Are you ready to shoot another person?")

    3.) Orange
    a.) Specific Alert (You have a target)

    b.) "It may happen to THAT person"
  7. Color Codes: (Willingness to take appropriate actions: "Are you ready to shoot another person?")

    4.) Red
    a.) FIGHT!

    b.) Fighting Stroke

    c.) "I will pull the trigger if he does... (something)...

    d.) If this, then that... (if he does this, he dies)
  8. Color Codes: (Willingness to take appropriate actions: "Are you ready to shoot another person?")

    Other Notes on Color Codes
    a.) Complete Command wins every time

    b.) Going from yellow to orange means that a target has been picked

    c.) A felon expects to be obeyed
  9. Other Notes
    1.) 1,000 reps are needed to aquire muscle memory

    2.) Questions from "Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement." and video

    • 3.) Double Tap
    • a.) One sight picture, two quick rounds
  10. 629.33 When Force May Be Used
    1.) the officer is refused admittance

    2.) entry is necessary for the officer's ow liberation; or

    3.) entry is necessary for liberating another person who is being detained in the dwelling house after entering to make an arrest

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