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Stock (firearm): Quiz

  

Question 1: Traditionally, stocks are made from wood, generally a durable hardwood such as ________.
Juglans nigraAppleWalnutJuglans regia

Question 2: Stocks for ________ rifles must take into account the dimensions of the rifle's action, as well as ergonomic issues such as ejection.
FN FALBullpupSA80Assault rifle

Question 3: Stock measurement is especially important with ________, where the typical front-bead-only sight requires a consistent positioning of the shooter's eye over the center of the barrel for good accuracy.
ShotgunUnited StatesFirearmCombat shotgun

Question 4: The stock also transmits ________ into the shooter's body.
RecoilForceMomentumEnergy

Question 5: Since the comb must support the shooter's cheek at a height suitable for use with the sights, high sights such as ________ require higher combs.
Reflex sightIron sightReticleTelescopic sight

Question 6: Adding a shoulder stock on a firearm with a barrel shorter than 16 inches (40.6 cm) makes it a short barreled rifle under the US ________
National Firearms ActSecond Amendment to the United States ConstitutionFirearm Owners Protection ActFederal Assault Weapons Ban

Question 7: Stocks are also found on ________ though a crossbow stock is more properly referred to as a tiller.
English longbowCrossbowLongbowBow (weapon)

Question 8: ________ rifle with folding stock
SIG SG 550SIG SG 540M16 rifleM4 carbine

Question 9: Techniques for gunstock hand weapons are being revived by martial arts such as ________.
OkichitawShuai jiaoCombativesTai chi chuan

Question 10: The downsides are a lack of rigidity and thermal stability, which are side effects of the ________ materials used for injection molding.
PolymerPolystyreneThermoplasticPolyethylene terephthalate
















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