2019 PACWR Safety Test
Welcome to the 2019 PACWR Safety Test. Please enter your basic information, and proceed to the questions. a minimum score of 85% is required to pass. Upon passing the test and paying dues, your safety card will be issued. Thank you!
Email address *
Enter your name. *
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What unit do you belong to? *
A general (side) safety zone separating the public and live weapons not pointed at the public is: *
1 point
When off the field in camps and public areas, horses are to be ridden at: *
1 point
No weapon shall be pointed at or in the direction of a member of the public who is closer than: *
1 point
Rowdiness, public drunkenness, or abusive language is only allowed: *
1 point
The required safety zone between fires and any form of canvas is: *
1 point
A fire extinguisher (or water bucket) is required to be near a fire at all times.
1 point
Smoking or open flames are prohibited: *
1 point
Spectators and members of the public can handle weapons: *
1 point
Loaded weapons, ammunition, powder or caps must be under active control at all times. *
1 point
In order to clear or fire a live weapon off the battlefield: *
1 point
A cease fire may be called when a situation is in violation of a safety rule, if it is not immediately resolved. The only participants allowed to call for a cease fire are: *
1 point
You can pick up another person's weapon or artillery implement: *
1 point
Knives will not be drawn on the field, and will be tied or otherwise secured in their sheathes. *
1 point
All weapons will be field cleaned: *
1 point
"Medic" shall only be called in the case of an actual medical emergency. *
1 point
Long-arms and pistols are reloaded on the battlefield with: *
1 point
Hand-to-hand combat scenarios are allowed: *
1 point
For muskets and carbines, only FF or FFF grade black powder will be used (absolutely no gunpowder substitutes are allowed). *
1 point
Ramrods and bayonets cannot be used on the battlefield at any time. *
1 point
The minimum battlefield side safety zone between a loaded artillery piece and any other non-crew person is: *
1 point
For .58 caliber weapons, the maximum powder charge is: *
1 point
For .69 caliber weapons, the maximum powder charge is: *
1 point
For shotguns, the maximum powder charge is *
1 point
For .36 caliber weapons, the maximum powder charge is: *
1 point
For .44 caliber weapons, the maximum powder charge is: *
1 point
The minimum safety distance for aimed fire at horses and other livestock is: *
1 point
For muzzle-loading firearms, only the powder will be placed in the barrel (no paper). *
1 point
Pistols can only be sealed with: *
1 point
Soldiers may only fire from the prone position by order of their commanding officer. *
1 point
Spare cylinders, when loaded, are only to be carried in a holster designed for that purpose. *
1 point
The front safety zone for a loaded artillery piece is: *
1 point
An artillery piece is fired only by use of an approved ignition method (friction primer, correct lint-stock, or lock). *
1 point
The minimum battlefield safety zone between a member of the public and an open pass-box or limber is: *
1 point
If an artillery piece fails to fire: *
1 point
The distance between the rear of an artillery piece and the service (pass) box shall be: *
1 point
Cannon implements must be 7 feet above the ground to signal the piece is loaded. *
1 point
If one of the safety zones of an artillery piece is entered, the crew will: *
1 point
Immediately prior to the command of "fire", the chief of piece will ensure that all safety zones are clear of people or hazards, and will then call: *
1 point
If the second firing attempt fails, after a minimum interval of three minutes the vent and bore are flooded completely with water. After another minimum interval of three minutes following flooding, worming clears the bore. *
1 point
Adopted rules may be specific to the artillery piece in use. *
1 point
After closing the breach of a breach-loading cannon, the piece is loaded and will not be left unattended or moved (with the exception of immediate safety requirements). *
1 point
When a misfire is called for an artillery piece, the implements will be crossed above the piece. *
1 point
Rules for mortars are the same as for muzzle-loading artillery pieces. On the gun line, mortars will be placed on a cart designed for the mortar. *
1 point
A surcingle is required with any saddle designed for their use. *
1 point
Horses on the picket line will be kept under guard. *
1 point
No fighting may take place within 20 yards/60 feet of an active picket line. *
1 point
Picket lines are established: *
1 point
Please record the date. *
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