PACWAR Infantry Safety Test 1. Knives shall not be drawn on the field and will be tied or otherwise secured to their sheaths while on the field: A. True B. False 2. Ramrods or bayonets may be drawn on the field during a battle scenario: A. Only to load a weapon B. To pry off stuck caps C. For hand-to-hand use D. Under no circumstances at all 3. Swords may be drawn on the field only by officers in Infantry units A. True B. False 4. Hand-to-hand combat scenarios are allowed: A. If opposing combatants come within 5 yards of each other B. If rubber bayonets are used C. As long as combatants are at least 10 yards from spectators D. Only with the approval of the army commanders and all participants beforehand 5. Weapons SHALL be clean and in good repair prior to use: A. True B. False 6. All weapons will be field cleaned: A. As needed B. Before the next day's battles C. At the end of the season D. Never 7. For muskets, only FF or FFF grade Black Powder will be used (no black powder substitutes are allowed): A. True B. False 8. Long arms are reloaded on the battlefield with: A. Powder flasks B. Only prepared cartridges C. Any way is acceptable D. Straight from the can 9. For .58 Caliber weapons the maximum powder charge is: A. 70 grains B. 75 grains C. 80 grains D. 90 grains 10. For .69 caliber weapons the maximum powder charge is" A. 70 grains B. 75 grains C. 80 grains D. 90 grains 11. When loading, only black powder will be placed in the musket barrel. Paper or other materials never go into the barrel: A. True B. False 12. Soldiers may fire from the prone position only: A. When commanded to by their Officer B. As their whim may take them C. As the tactical situation dictates D. Never 13. The front safety zone for a loaded artilley piece is: A. 10 yards B. 20 yards C. 25 yards D. 30 yards E. 40 yards 14. The general safety zone separating the public and any live weapon is: A. 5 yards B. 10 yards C. 15 yards D. 20 yards 15. At no time shall any weapon be pointed at spectators closer than 20 yards A. True B. False 16. No weapon will be fired within 10 yards of a spectator. A. True B. False 17. The minimum side and rear safety zone around a loaded artillery piece is: A. 5 yards B. 20 feet C. 10 yards D. 15 yards 18. The minimum distance for long-arm weapon fire between foot combatants is: A. 5 yards B. 10 yards C. 15 yards D. 20 yards 19. When prone wounded are present within 10 yards, weapons fire: A. Must cease B. Must be at 20 degree elevation or more C. Must be unloaded but primed weapons D. May continue normally 20. The minimum distance for long-arm weapon fire towards mounted combatants or stock is: A. 5 yards B. 10 yards C. 15 yards D. 20 yards 21. In order to clear or fire a weapon outside the battlefield, the weapon must be aimed at the ground (cap only) or at maximum elevation (if loaded) and: A. You must be 10 yards from spectators/general camp B. B. You must yell "clearing" or "fire-in-the-hole" to alert those nearby C. You must have authorization and supervision from the unit leadership D. All of the above Time is Up!