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Which of the following methods is used to determine supply outlets if illicit drugs

1. Informants
2. Surveillance
3. Directs purchase
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Immediately after using an informant on an illicit drug purchase, which of the following actions should you take

1. Give the informant any money that is left over
2. Conduct a strip search of the informant
3. Tell the informant to be available for testimony
4. Keep the informant under surveillance
2. Conduct a strip search of the informant
You have used an informant for a drug buy and you want the evidence to be admissable. With whom should you consult about the adequacy of the surveillance

1. Prosecutor
2. Judge advocate
3. Defense counselor
4. Local authorities
2. Judge advocate
When a drug violator is being apprehended, the suspect should be read his rights as soon as possible

1. True
2. False
1. True
After apprehending a suspect of narcotics abuse, you must seize all drugs in his or her possession even if the drugs had been prescribed by medical authorities

1. True
2. False
1. True
When a suspect has a prescription for a drug in his or her possession, you do not need verification from a medical officer

1. True
2. False
2. False
When you are searching for drugs, the variety of hiding places for narcotics is limited only by the ingenuity of the violator

1. True
2. False
1. True
When referring to substances suspected of being drugs, you must refer to the evidence by its physical apperance

1. True
2. False
1. True
As an evidence custodian, you will be asked to dispose of drugs that are no longer needed for evidence. what is the proper way to destroy them.

1. Flush the drugs down a toilet and document
2. Turn the drugs over to customs and have them fly the drugs to open sea and dump them
3. Turn the drugs over to NCIS for disposition
4. Destroy narcotics by fire and have the act witnessed by a disinterested person
4. Destroy narcotics by fire and have the act witnessed bya disinterested person
From what source does the Navy get most of its small arms

1. The Army
2. The Marine Corps
3. The manufacturers
4. The Springfield Armory
1. The Army
Where are small arms maintenance requirements found

1. TMs
2. MRCs
3. Army FMs
4. Marine Corps FMs
2. MRCs
What is the Navys equivalent of the Army's M1911A1

1. Mk 1911 Mod 1
2. Mark 1911 Model 1
3. Model 1911 Modification 1
4. Model 1911 Alteration 1
1. Mk1911 Mod 1
What is the bore diameter of the 12- gauge shotgun

1. .120 in.
2. .125 in.
3. .410 in.
4. .729 in.
.729 in
What function in the small arms cycle of operation keeps the bolt closed after firing to prevent loss of gas pressure

1. Feeding
2. Locking
3. Ejection
4. Extraction
2. Locking
What two small arms components work together to remove a spent cartridge case from the chamber and expel it from the weapons

1. Extractor and ejector
2. Sear and case extractor
3. Case remover and ejector
4. Case remover and extractor
1. Extractor and ejector
What type of small arms weapons requires the trigger to be pulled each time a round is to be fired

1. Automatic
2. Gas-operated
3. Semiautomatic
4. Blowback-operated
3. Semiautomatic
What type of small arms operation allows a weapon to keep firing as long as the trigger is kept pulled

1. Automatic
2. Gas-operated
3. Recoil-operated
4. Blowback-operated
1. Automatic
What type of small arms weapon uses the force of the burning propellant to operate the bolt and feeder mechanisms

1. Automatic
2. Gas-operated
3. Semiautomatic
4. Blowback-operated
2. Gas-operated
In what type of small arms operation are the barrel and bolt locked together for a short time as they travel rearward after firing

1. Automatic
2. Gas-operated
3. Recoil-operated
4. Blowback-operated
3. Recoil-operated
In what type of small arms operation is the weight of the breechbolt an important factor

1. Automatic
2. Gas-operated
3. Recoil-operated
4. Blowback-operated
Blowback-operated
What term describes the greatest distance a weapon can be expected to fire accurately

1. Accurate range
2. Effective distance
3. Maximum accurate range
4. Maximum effective range
4. Maximum effective range
What term describes the number of rounds per minute that a weapon can fire in full automatic operation

1. Sustained rate of fire
2. Maximum rate of fire
3. Cyclic rate of fire
4. Times rate of fire
3. Cyclic rate of fire
What type of operation does the M-14 rifle use

1. Gas
2. Recoil
3. Radial
4. Blowback
1. Gas
Where is the safety located on the M-14 rifle

1. On the left rear side of the reciever
2. Forward of the triger guard
3. On the right rear side of the receiver
4. In the center of the rear hand grip
2. Forward of the trigger
What device activates the bolt lock of an M-14 rifle to hold the bolt in the rearward position after the last round is fired

1. The connector
2. The disconnector
3. The magazine latch
4. The magazine follower
4. The magazine follower
When is an M-14 rifle considered clear?

1. After the last round is fired, the bolt is open, and the safety is set
2. When the safety is set, the bolt is open, and there is no round is in the chamber
3. Whe the magazine, is removed, the bolt is open, and there is no round in the chamber
4. When the bolt is open, the magazine is out, the safety is set, and there is no round in the chamber
3. When the magazine is removed, the bolt is open, and there is no round in the chamber
What is the A1 upgrade to the M-16 rifle

1. Increased the bolt tolerances
2. Added the charging handle
3. Made the weapon capable of full automatic fire
4. Added the forward assist mechanism
4. Added the forward assist mechanism
Why is it preferable to load an M-16A1 rifle with the bolt open

1. It reduces the likelihood of first round stoppage
2. It is safer
3. It reduces th possibility of accidentally discharging the weapon
4. It allows the operator to inspect the chamber prior to loading
1. It reduces the likelihood of first round stoppages
What must be done to chamber a round in an M-16A1 rifle if the magazine is inserted with the bolt closed

1. The charging handle must be depressed
2. The charging handle must be pulled fully to the rear and then eased back to the forward position
3. The charging handle must be pulled fully to the rear and released
4. The charging handle must be pulled to the rear and locked in position until the first round is fired
3. The charging handle must be pulled fully to the rear and released
When should the operator of an M-16A1 rifle strike the forward assist

1. When inserting a magazine to ensure it is properly latched
2. When it is properly latched
3. When the bolt fails to go fully forward
4. To remove a stuck magazine
3. When the bolt fails to go fully forward
How many rounds of ammunition does the tubular magazine of the M870 shotgun hold when fully loaded

1. Five
2. Six
3. Three
4. Four
4. Four
Where is the safety located on the M870 shotgun

1. In the center of the rear hand grip
2. On top of the receiver
3. In the front of the trigger guard
4. In the rear of the trigger guard
4. In the rear of the trigger guard
In what direction must the safety be pushed to be placed in the SAFE position

1. Left to right
2. Right to left
3. Front to back
4. Back to front
1. Left to right
What must the operator do to pump the fore-end to the rear if the M870 shotgun is cocked

1. Set the safety
2. Release the safety
3. Press the action bar lock
4. Release the action bar lock
4. Release the action bar lock
What is the function of the action bar lock on an M870 shotgun

1. It disconnects the trigger and sear assembly while the bolt is open and aligns each round of ammunition for proper seating
3. It aligns each round of ammunition for proper seating and locks the action closed
3. It locks the action closed and disconnects the trigger and sear assembly while the bolt is open
4. It aligns each round of ammunition for proper seating and prevents double feeding
3. It locks the action closed and disconnects the trigger and sear assembly while the bolt is open
At what point in movement of the fore-end of an M870 shotgun is a round of amunition released from the tubular magazine to be fed into the chamber

1. At the beginning of forward movement
2. At the end of rearward movement
3. When the action bar lock is released after firing
4. As the spent shell casing is ejected
2. At the end of rearward movement
Which of the following actions must be taken to remove the barrel of an M870 shotgun

1. Unscrew the barrel retaining nut
2. Drive out the barrel retaining pins
3. Rotate the barrel lock 90 degrees
4. Remove the magazine cap
4. Remove the magazine cap
How is the breech bolt removed from an M870 shotgun

1. By driving out the breech bolt retaining pin
2. By removing the fore-end unit from the receiver
3. By removing the bolt retainer and then pulling the bolt through the ejection
4. By removing the trigger plate assembly and pulling the bolt through the bottom of the receiver
2. By removing the fore-end unit from the receiver
Where is the safety switch located on an M500 shotgun

1. On top of the receiver
2. To the rear of the trigger guard
3. To the front of the trigger guard
4. On the bottom of the receiver
1. On top of the receiver
What type of operation does the M-60 machine gun use

1. Gas
2. Blowback
3. Recoil
4. Semiautomatic
1. Gas
What is the maximum effective range of the M-60 machine gun

1. 1,100 yd
2. 1,200 yd
3. 1,000 m
4. 1,200 m
2. 1,200 yd
How many clicks of the windage knob on an M-60 machine gun would be necessary to correct for a 5-yard discrepancy when firing at a target 1,000 yards away

1. 5
2. 8
3. 10
4. 20
1. 5
The M-60 machine gun is designed to function semiautomatically as long as ammunition is fed into the gun and trigger is held to the rear

1. True
2. False
2. False
On the M-60 machine gun, what part drives the operating rod and bolt forward
1. Trigger
2. Feed tray
3. Sear notch
4. Operating rod spring
4. Operating rod spring
What action causes the bolt of an M-60 gun to lock into the barrel

1. The barrel is cammed to cause the bolt to turn one-quarter turn counterclockwise, lockin the lugs into slots in the barrel
2. The operating rod yoke rides against the bolt camming slot to turn the bolt one-quarter turn clockwise
3. Two locking levers are cammed out and over the two bolt lugs as it closes th breech
2. The operating rod yoke rides against the bolt camming slot to turn the bolt one-quarter turn clockwise
What causes the firing pin to strike the primer of a chambered round in an M-60 machine gun

1. The hammer striking the rear of the firing pin
2. The firing pin is a machined knob on the face of the bolt that strikes the primer as the bolt closes
3. The firing pin is carried forward into the primer by the operating rod yoke
4. The hammer strikes the rear of the bolt, which transmitd force to the firing pin and carries it into th primer
3. The firing pin is carried forward into the primer by the operating rod yoke
What action of the M-60 machine gun causes the firing pin spring to fully compress

1. The operatng rod yoke moving to the rear against the firing pin spool
2. The rearward movement of the link ejection port
3. The forward movement of the feed plate groove
4. The ejector rod spring moving forward against the firing pin
1. The operating rod yoke moving to the rear against th firing pin spool
Which of the following actions cocks the M79 grenade launcher
1. Retracting the bolt
2. Pulling the trigger guard
3. Opening the grenade launcher
4. Retracting the charging lever
3. Opening the grenade launcher
What is accomplished when barrel locking latch of the M79 grenade launcher is moved all the way to the right

1. The safety is engaged
2. The safety is disengaged
3. The barrel is locked in the firing position
4. The direct fire sight is visible for use
1. The safety is engaged
What is considered battle sight range for the M79 grenade launcher

1. 50-80 yd
2. 165-265 yd
3. 50-80 ft
4. 165-265 ft
4. 165-265 ft
Failure to accomplish what action causes most accidents involving weapons

1. Set the safety
2. Remove the magazine
3. Inspect the chamber
4. Dry fire the weapon
2. Remove the magazine
What must you assume about a weapon when the breech is closed and/or a magazine is installed

1. The weapon might be loaded
2. The weapon is loaded
3. The weapon has been cleared and is ready to be restowed
4. The weapon is safe
2. The weapon is loaded
A weapon should only be pointed at what type of targets

1. Those that you may have to shoot or frighten
2. Those you are ready to destroy
3. Those that pose a possible danger to you
2. Those you are ready to destroy
What should you do if you experience a misfire while firing an M-14 rifle

1. Immediately eject the round and keep firing
2. Recock the weapon and try to fire again
3. Strike the forward asist
4. Wait 10 seconds and eject the round
3. Strike the forward assist
When firing small arms, what might a light recoil indicate

1. A misfire
2. An obstructed bore
3. The bullet disintegrated
4. The last round has been fired
2. An obstructed bore
Normally, what source should be used to determine the preventive maintenance procedures on Navy small arms

1. TMs
2. FMs
3. MRCs
4. OPs
3. MRCs
What instruction governs the security of Navy small arms

1. OPNAVINST 8010.12
2. OPNAVINST 5530.13
3. NAVSEAINST 5530.122.
4. SECNAVINST 3055.13
2. OPNAVINST 5530.13
Because small arms are considered equipage, what procedure should be used when small arms are issued

1. The issue must be witnessed by a third person
2. The receiving person must sign for the weapon
3. Only E-4 and above may be issued weapons
4. A commissioned officer must approve the issue
2. The receiveing person must sign for the weapon
What should you verify before issuing a weapon to any individual

1. How long the person will have the weapon
2. If the weapon is to leave the ship
3. What the weapon will be used for
4. If the person has been authorized to draw a weapon
4. If the person has been authorized to draw a weapon
Which of the following is required of a person on duty in an arms storage room

1. Armed at all times
2. An expert on explosion
3. A petty officer or above
4. Within eyesight of the weapons
1. Armed at all times
There are a total of how many important elements of marksmanship

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
Marksmanship training is divided into a total of how many phases

1. One
2. Two
3. Threee
4. Four
2. Two
What is the purpose of preparatory marksmanship

1. To sight in a weapon
2. To control trigger pull
3. To establish safety procedures
4. To establish correct shooting habits
4. To establish correct shooting habits