NZ Firearms & Hunter Education – Safer Shooting
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Module 5 Rule 4 Quiz 22
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Question #1: In which of the following situations would you choose NOT TO FIRE until you had correctly identified your target? (One correct answer)
A. You have heard a stag roar in the bush and moving in you hear noise and spot a brown coloured shape slowly coming your way through the trees. It stops, and you can just see some colour through a gap in the trees. You have only a few seconds to decide whether to shoot or not.
B. You see lots of deer sign around and are expecting to spot a deer at any moment. You hear sounds of bush moving up to your left and glimpse a movement which you feel must be a deer.
C. You are in an area where there is lots of stag sign with fresh stag rubs. You see a bush moving and then a movement- the colour is dark brown.
D. There is lots of fresh stag sign around with scrapes and footprints. You then hear a stag call. It is really close and your heart starts beating fast and the hairs on the back of your head stand up. You glimpse a dark object just through the trees and are certain it is a deer because the roar was so convincing and it is so close.
E. All of the above.
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