Test Your Knowledge | Firearms & Concealed Carry Quiz 2021

Test Your Knowledge | Firearms & Concealed Carry Quiz 2021

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Here is another brief, just-for-fun Quiz, like the ones I have presented before. This quiz is meant for you to have some fun and improve your firearms knowledge base.

Who designed the original 1911 pistol?(Required)
How many U.S. states have adopted Constitutional Carry in all or most of their state, which means that a permit/license is no longer required to carry a gun, as of September 2021?(Required)
Which of the following is a "blowback" operated pistol?(Required)
In the event of a failure to fire, how long should you wait before taking action with the gun?(Required)
Approximately how many civilian guns are in the U.S. according to a 2020 NSSF Study?(Required)
What does "AR" refer to in contemporary rifles?(Required)
What is another name for the 9mm parabellum round?(Required)
What does ACP mean?(Required)
A revolver chambered in .357 magnum is compatible and can be safely fired with which other cartridge, as long as safety procedures are followed?(Required)
As of August 2021, which states prohibit the open carry of "firearms" in public and no open carry of "handguns" in public?(Required)
Approximately what number of handgun Concealed Carry permits/licenses have been issued in the U.S., per the Crime Prevention Research Center as of 2020?(Required)
How long is the barrel on a typical standard 1911 "Commander" style pistol?(Required)
In 2008, the U.S. Supreme Court clarified the meaning of the Second Amendment to our Constitution in a landmark decision to mean:(Required)
Deadly force should be used:(Required)
What two states have issued the most Concealed Carry permits/licenses (1st state listed= most; 2nd listed= next most), per the Crime Prevention Research Center 2020 study?(Required)

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"Col Ben" is retired with 30 years service in the U.S. Air Force, with joint services Special Ops duty and training, and is Air Force qualified as "Expert" in small arms. He is a Vietnam-era Veteran. Ben is an experienced NRA-Certified Pistol Instructor, NRA Range Safety Officer, and FL Concealed Carry License Instructor. Ben recently wrote the book "Concealed Carry and Handgun Essentials for Personal Protection" (second printing) with 57 comprehensive Chapters about concealed carry and handgun principles, techniques, and tips for both experienced and new shooters. His reference book is endorsed by several organizations and is available on his website at FloridaHandgunsTraining.com. Contact him at ColBFF@gmail.com.
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Ned Fishkin

The question about “open carry” asks the same question twice?

Luke McCoy

The question is worded correctly, but some do not understand the distinction among states. It is a matter of terminology. Some states use the word “firearms” and others use “handguns” in their laws.