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Telescopic sight: Quiz


Question 1: Rapid fire target shooters use ________, which have no magnification; this gives them the best field of view while maintaining the single focal plane of a telescopic sight.
M16 rifleReticleReflex sightIron sight

Question 2: Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) (sometimes referred to as ballistic elevation) is a feature available on some ________ scopes.
RifleMagazine (firearms)FirearmService rifle

Question 3: The heaviest recoiling firearms, such as ________ Contender pistols in heavy recoiling calibers, will use three rings for maximum support of the scope.
Wildcat cartridgeShotgunSmith & WessonThompson Center Arms

Question 4: It is usually notated in a ________ value, such as how many meters (feet) in width will be seen at 100 m (or 100 yd), or in an angular value of how many degrees can be viewed.
Vector spaceNonlinear systemDerivativeLinear

Question 5: Alternately a ________ type mount can be used, which places a long eye relief scope forward of the action.
Steyr ScoutBolt actionScout rifleRemington 700

Question 6: With ________ ambient (day)light can be collected and directed to an illuminated daytime reticle.
Glass transitionTransparency and translucencyGlassOptical fiber

Question 7: Probably the best known rail interface system is the Picatinny rail or ________ 2324 rail or MIL-STD-1913 rail used by NATO forces and other official and civil users.
AmmunitionSTANAGBrusselsM16 rifle

Question 8: ________ — The field of view of a telescopic sight is determined by its optical design.
Field of viewEyeAngle of viewCrop factor

Question 9: Telescopic sights with relatively long eye relief are favourable to avoid ________ induced facial and eye injuries and use in instances where it is difficult to hold the eyepiece steady.

Question 10: In sights like the SUSAT or Elcan C79 Optical Sight ________-illuminated reticles are used for low-light condition aiming.
HydrogenNuclear fusionTritiumNeutron

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