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Pistol Marksmanship Quiz

A. Is loose and relaxed.
B. Consistent from shot to shot.
C. Support hand gripping firmer than shooting hand.
D. Both A & B.
E. Both B & C.
A. Practice will overcome bad technique.
B. Tedious marksmanship techniques don't apply to defensive shooting.
C. Developing a natural point of aim will increase accuracy.
D. Speed is better than accuracy.
A. Price.
B. Gun weight and size.
C. Shot capacity.
D. Intended use.
A. Support hand thumb over shooting hand behind the pistol.
B. Both thumbs facing forward.
C. Support hand under shooting hand in a tea cup and saucer fashion.
D. Thumbs overlapped.
A. Comfortable.
B. Balanced.
C. Naturally aligned with the target.
D. All of the above.
A. The front sight.
B. Target.
C. Rear sight.
D. All of the above.
A. True.
B. False.
A. The same in all ranges.
B. Substantially similar in most ranges.
C. Only new shooters need to worry about range rules.
D. None of the above.
A. Dry fire on a regular basis.
B. Practice only live fire if range access is not an issue.
C. Practice with large up close targets.
D. Watch lots of you tube videos.
A. Grip control.
B. Trigger Control.
C. Stance.