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1.

Ammunition is in position to be chambered, chamber is empty, action is closed, and safety is on. Which general condition code is this?

Condition Code 2 Condition Code 3 Condition Code 4 Condition Code 1

2.
A note is an operating procedure, practice, or condition that is essential to
EMPHASIZE

3.
Select the type of message that contains an operating procedure, practice, or condition that may result in damage to equipment if not carefully observed or followed.

Note Warning Caution

4.
Match the following Universal Weapons Safety Rules to rationale.

1. Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot. 2. Keep weapon on safe until you intend to fire. 3. Treat every weapon as if it were loaded. 4. Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fire. Rule 1 Rule 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4

Rule 3 Rule 4

1 1

2 2

3 3

4 4

2.
A note is an operating procedure, practice, or condition that is essential to
equipment

3.
Select the type of message that contains an operating procedure, practice, or condition that may result in damage to equipment if not carefully observed or followed.

Note Warning Caution

4.
Match the following Universal Weapons Safety Rules to rationale.

1. Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot. 2. Keep weapon on safe until you intend to fire. 3. Treat every weapon as if it were loaded. 4. Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fire. Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4

5.
A caution message is an operating procedure, practice, or condition that may result in damage to

Equipment

6.
What is the maximum effective range (in yards) of the M500 shotgun?

#00 Buck 150, Slug 100 #00 Buck 150, Slug 200 #00 Buck 50, Slug 100 #00 Buck 200, Slug 300

7.
The Mossberg 500A1 has a 5-round magazine capacity.

True False

8.
The life expectancy of the M500A1shotgun is 50,000 rounds.

True False

9. What is the magazine capacity of the Mossberg 500A1? 5+1

10.
What is the maximum effective range of the Mossberg 500A1 shotgun with a shot load?

50 ft 150 ft 300 ft 750 ft

1,950 ft

Major Component Groups


11.
The Barrel Group has a fixed bead front sight.

True False

12.
Drag and drop the name of each group onto its associated picture.

13.
Which major component of the Mossberg 500A1 contains the cartridge ejector, safety locks, and fore-end.

Barrel group Trigger group Receiver group Stock group

14.
The stock group serves as support for all major groups and assemblies of the weapon.

True False

15.
Which group contains the action lock lever component?

Trigger Group Barrel Group Receiver Group Stock Group

Cycle of Operation
16.
During the Locking Cycle the cartridge case is pushed forward by the bolt and is captured by the extractors.

True False

17.
During which cycle of operation is the cartridge case pushed forward by bolt and captured by extractors.

Extracting Locking Cocking Chambering

18 .
Drag and drop each cycle of operation name to its proper position in the diagram.

19.
In which cycle does the bolt slide cam move the cartridge interrupter into position blocking the second shell from being released?

Feeding

Ejecting Chambering

20.
During the Unlocking Cycle the back of the bolt lock retracts the firing pin and keeps it from moving forward until the bolt is back in the locked position.

True False

Disassembly
21 .
Drag and drop the name of each component onto its associated picture.

22.
Identify the component highlighted in the picture below.

Cartridge Stop Cartridge Interrupter Bolt Slide Elevator Bolt Assembly

23.
Identify the component highlighted in the picture below.

Bolt Assembly Cartridge Stop Bolt Slide Elevator

Cartridge Interrupter

24.
When performing fieldstripping of the M500 shotgun, which of the following components is removed first.

Stock Breech Bolt Group Barrel Fore-end Group Trigger Assembly

Assembly
25.
Although not all steps for reassembly are included below, number the steps that are shown in their order of completion.

4 6

Engage Action Slide Ease Trigger Housing Assembly into place

Insert Cartridge Interrupter


3

Install Fore-end Assembly


7

Slide Barrel into Receiver


1

Safety Button On
8

Tighten Magazine Cap


2

Insert Bolt

26.
The magazine cap is tightened using a pliers or wrench.

True False

27.

When reassembling the M500 shotgun, the Fore-end Assembly is installed over this component.

Action Slide Magazine Tube Bolt Slide Fore-end Assembly

Function Check
28.
How often should a safety/function check be performed?

Monthly After each firing After each reassembly Weekly

29.
What condition must be met prior to any shotgun function check?

Load magazine with dummy ammunition. Ensure the shotgun is pointed in a safe direction. Ensure shotgun is in condition 4, with the fore-end to the rear. Check that no ammunition is in position to be introduced.

30.
Which step below should be performed before starting a safety/function check?

Load magazine with dummy ammunition Clear the weapon Position safety to SAFE

Pull the trigger

Stoppages
31.
An audible pop occurs when there is a bore obstruction.

True False

32 .
A failure to extract occurs when an empty round case is stuck in the elevator.

True False

33.
If an audible pop / reduced recoil is experienced during firing in a training environment you must cease firing immediately.

True False

34 .
A double feed is most often caused when the shooter fails to pull the action completely to the rear or when a damaged shell latch exists.

True False

35 .

Never strike the stock of the shotgun on a hard surface such as the ground.

True False

Handling Commands
36.
During safe movement procedures, personnel receiving the weapon should grasp the shotgun by grabbing the small of the stock with the non-firing hand and grabbing the fore-end with the firing hand.

False True

37.
Which of the following actions represents Weapon Condition Code 4?

Not applicable for the service shotgun; pertains to weapons with external hammers only. Magazine tube filled, chamber empty, action closed, weapon on safe. Magazine tube filled, round in chamber, action closed, weapon on safe. Magazine tube empty, chamber empty, action closed, weapon on safe.

38.
Match the General Weapons Condition Code to appropriate Action.

1. Not applicable to the service shotgun. 2. Magazine tube empty, chamber empty, action closed, weapon on safe. 3. Magazine tube filled, round in chamber, action closed, weapon on safe. 4. Magazine tube filled, chamber empty, action closed, weapon on safe. Condition 1 Condition 2 Condition 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4

Condition 4

39.
Which procedures should always be followed prior to using a clearing barrel?

Inspect general condition of clearing barrel. Inspect behind/adjacent to clearing barrel. Clear unnecessary personnel away from clearing barrel. All of the above. None of the above.

40.
Which procedure causes a cartridge to be chambered?

Fire Show Clear Make Ready Cease Fire