Hunters Ed Study Guide

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service provides federal
aid to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to
support a variety of hunting-related projects,
including hunter education, through _______.
a. federal income tax
b. federal reserves
c. taxes on firearms, ammunition and archery
d. National Wildlife Federation

It is important to become certified in hunter
education in Texas to_______.
a. reduce hunting and shooting related injuries
and fatalities
b. develop safe and ethical behavior
c. comply with Texas law
d. all of the above

To learn about hunting and to become an ethical
hunter you must always have the right _______.
a. knowledge
b. attitude
c. skills
d. responsibility

The three basic parts of a modern firearm are
a. cartridge, stock and barrel
b. stock, trigger guard and action
c. action, stock and barrel
d. barrel, chamber and muzzle

The first step to becoming a responsible hunter is
a. knowing which clothes to wear
b. knowing your firearm and how to use it safely
c. knowing how to use a compass
d. knowing where to find a hunting lease

Use only ammunition that exactly matches the
caliber or gauge marked on the _______ of your
a. barrel
b. stock
c. trigger
d. safety

The first rule of firearm safety is _______.
a. always point the muzzle in a safe direction
b. practice as frequently as you can
c. keep your firearm clean
d. store your firearm with the correct ammunition

Firearms should be stored unloaded, lightly-oiled in a
locked location and separate from _______.
a. each other
b. bows
c. gun cleaning supplies
d. ammunition

The action of a firearm is made up of parts that
a. block the trigger or hammer to prevent accidental
b. load, fire, eject (unload) the cartridge or shotshell
c. hold ammunition before it’s loaded into the
d. serve as the handle of the firearm

A safety _______.
a. is a device that blocks the action to prevent
the firearm from firing
b. ensures that the firearm can never be
accidentally fired
c. is always located either inside or on the
trigger guard
d. can replace safe firearm handling

Knowing your firearm’s range is critical because it
allows you to _______.
a. determine whether or not you’re able to make a
clean (and ethical) kill
b. always make accurate shots without practicing
c. know the distances your firearm could cause injury
d. both a. and c.

Each year before going hunting, all hunters should
review this booklet, which is updated every year to
learn about any changes in hunting laws.
a. Field and Stream
b. Outdoor Life
c. Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual
d. American Hunter

Good marksmanship is _______.
a. being able to hit your target at least 50% of
the time
b. correctly scoring your target
c. being a good sport if you miss your target
d. hitting the spot where you are aiming on your
target again and again

Hitting the spot where you are aiming when hunting
is important for _______.
a. a high score
b. a clean and ethical kill
c. bragging rights
d. large animals only

An ethical hunter not only tries to bring home the
wild game he or she is seeking but also tries to
_______ the animal.
a. cause the least amount of pain and suffering to
b. cripple
c. wound
d. fire as soon as possible at

You should always plan your hunt and _______.
a. take more food than ammunition
b. wear a heavy coat regardless of the temperature
c. hunt your plan
d. keep it a secret

Understanding where the vital organs are located
inside the animal you are hunting will help you
a. know what the animal is thinking
b. guess the animal’s weight
c. aim at the right spot to shoot at for a quick,
clean and ethical kill
d. complete the proper tag

If a game animal requires it, a tag should be
completed and secured to the animal _______.
a. using barbed wire
b. somewhere on the head
c. immediately after the kill
d. just before driving on a public road

The reason for hunting laws and regulations is
a. for conservation of natural resources
b. providing equal opportunity for all hunters
c. to ensure public safety
d. all of the above

When using a firearm or a bow, a _______ shot is
the most effective shot angle on deer, antelope and
other large game animals.
a. broadside
b. quartering away
c. head on
d. quartering toward

When approaching a downed deer or other large
animal after your shot, you should _______.
a. approach from the front and make noise to startle
the animal
b. approach cautiously, stop a short distance away
and watch the chest cavity for any breathing
c. approach from the front if the animal’s eyes are
d. run up to the animal quickly from any direction

_______ does NOT cause meat to spoil.
a. Dirt
b. Cold
c. Heat
d. Moisture

Before climbing into or out of an elevated blind you
should always _______.
a. look to see if there is any game nearby
b. place the safety in the off position
c. completely unload your firearm
d. be sure you have your binoculars

A common cause of a hunting incident is _______.
a. hunter judgment mistake
b. safety rule violation
c. lack of control and practice
d. all of the above

The worst angle for a shot at the vital organs on a
deer is from _______.
a. the broadside
b. quartering toward
c. the rear end
d. quartering away

Which is NOT one of the three most important things
you need for survival?
a. food
b. water
c. candy
d. shelter

The most ethical way to transport a harvested deer
is _______.
a. strapped on top of the roof of your car
b. skinned in the back of a pick up
c. head tied on the front bumper
d. legally quartered, packed in an ice chest
with proper tag included

If there is another animal behind the one you are
hunting, the ethical thing to do is _______.
a. go ahead and take the shot and hope to hit both
b. wait for the animals to move apart so the one
you want is alone and gives you a clear, safe
and ethical shot
c. shoot in the air to scare the animals so they
move apart
d. shoot the front animal in the legs

When hunters are walking in a group, the most
important thing for each hunter to do is _______.
a. be ready to shoot at game
b. keep their muzzles pointed in a safe direction
and pointed away from each other
c. keep a short distance between each other
d. stay close together

The field carry that provides the best muzzle control
is _______.
a. cradle carry
b. sling carry
c. trail carry
d. two-handed carry

If crossing a fence while hunting alone, you should
a. cross the fence with the firearm held under
your arm
b. set the firearm down, cross, and then pull the
muzzle to you
c. lean the firearm against the fence and then cross
d. unload, place the firearm on the ground, muzzle
covered, pointed away from you on the other side
of the fence, and then cross

While safely loading or unloading a firearm, you
should always _______.
a. point the muzzle in a safe direction
b. open and close the action several times
c. keep a watch out for any game that may appear
d. dry fire the firearm before loading and after

What is the safe way to transport a firearm?
a. loaded and locked in the trunk
b. loaded and in a gun rack in the rear window of
your vehicle
c. unloaded, action open, in a case, ammunition
stored separately
d. loaded, cleaned, on the back seat

A hunter’s safe ‘zone of fire’ is _______.
a. the area in which a hunter can safely shoot
b. always marked on the ground
c. always in the same direction
d. only important when bird hunting

_______ should be worn at all times while climbing
into a tree stand and hunting from a tree stand.
a. Climbing boots
b. Thick outerwear
c. Camouflage clothing
d. An approved fall-arrest system
(5-point safety harness)

To raise or lower a firearm or bow into an elevated
stand, a hunter should use _______.
a. a haul line
b. gloves
c. a sling
d. an elevator

Carrying capacity is _______.
a. the largest number of game birds you can legally
take home
b. the largest number of animals that the habitat
can support
c. the largest number of rounds that can be legally
loaded in a firearm’s magazine
d. how many game animals can be legally harvested
on private property

The three questions you should ask yourself before
taking any shot at an animal are: “Is it safe? Is it
legal? Is it ethical?”
a. false
b. true

According to Aldo Leopold, the ‘father of wildlife
management,’ ethical behavior is _______.
a. shooting game only for food
b. shooting as much game as the law allows
c. doing the right thing when no one else is watching,
even when doing the wrong thing is legal
d. not killing any wildlife but preserving it for future

A responsible and ethical hunter would NOT _______.
a. waste meat and any usable parts of the game
b. make every effort for a quick, clean kill
c. leave the land better than he or she found it
d. follow all game laws and regulations

Responsible hunters _______.
a. use land without asking permission from the
b. treat both game and non-game animals with
c. draw attention to themselves by wearing
bloody hunting clothes in public places
d. are unsafe with their firearms

When tagging a white-tailed deer you must _______.
a. cut out the correct month and day markings on
the tag
b. use a pen to write the name of the property and
the county where you are hunting
c. complete the Harvest Log for White-tailed Deer
found on the back of the license
d. all of the above

A Texas Game Warden can inspect private property
for suspected violations of hunting and fishing laws
and regulations.
a. true
b. false

_______ would NOT be a part of a Hunting Plan that
you would leave with a family member or friend.
a. Where and with whom you plan to hunt
b. Specific directions of the route to your
hunting area
c. The number of animals you plan to harvest
d. When you expect to return home

The safest and most important clothing choice for
hunting is _______ clothing.
a. bright red
b. hunter green
c. camouflage
d. hunter orange, blaze orange, daylight
fluorescent orange

The international emergency signal for distress is
a. three ground fires evenly spread out
b. three shots from your firearm (muzzle pointed in
a safe direction)
c. three blasts of a whistle
d. any of the above

Hypothermia can be prevented by _______.
a. both b. and c.
b. staying dry
c. dressing properly
d. laying down in cold water

A treatment for heat exhaustion is _______.
a. deep breathing
b. aspirin
c. drinking water
d. exercise

Landowners have the right to _______.
a. ignore bag limits
b. grant or deny permission to anyone who asks to
hunt on their land
c. hunt game animals at any time of the year
d. hunt game animals during the night, after sunset

Habitat for wildlife must include _______.
a. food, water, cover, and space in suitable
b. brush and rocks, predators, water and space
c. space, vegetation, food, and resting and
breeding places
d. cover, predators, large area, arrangement
and food

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