Welcome to your Reloading - Quiz 1. Reloading is a Great and Safe hobby if: You follow all accepted standard practices and safety rules You must double check your load recipes with free internet data and free advice from Forums You always ensure that you mix powders that are the same brand and type You mark re-usable powder containers with the correct contents You always believe what your buddies tell you2. We all know that you should never swap powder types or brands for a given load recipe without first doing research using published load data. However it is absolutly Safe to: Swap from a regular primer to a magnum primer Swap brands of Brass Swap bullet/projectile type Swap your powder scale with any well known brand without calibrating All of the above None of the above3. Like any hobby, Reloading can get very expensive. However, for only few hundred dollars a hobbyist can start reloading his or hers favorite cartridge. True False4. Crimping the case necks of cartridges onto bullets is considered standard practice when:[Select all that apply] Loading cartridges for lever action rifles ONLY Loading cartridges for lever action rifles Loading cartridges for ALL pistols and revolvers Loading cartridges for heavy recoiling pistols and revolvers Loading cartridges for heavy recoiling rifles in any magazine fed type action or double rifles5. Reloaders require a properly set-up bench including several tools and accessories in order to reload accurately and consistently. Pick out items you think would be necessary to complete your bench. Any table will do Only a solid heavy table or bench will do Any ruler will work just fine A good measuring set of calipers A micrometer would be nice too Any kitchen grade weigh scale work just fine for novices Safe and bright lighting conditions A decent magnifying glass is handy to have A clean and uncluttered environment with no distractions is ideal You can't buy it, but if you could you would. Patience and Attention to detail6. Many factors affect internal cartridge pressures when fired. Select all factors that can adversely affect reloaded ammunition if not carefully monitored, selected or measured properly. Cartridge temperature Neck tension Bullet seating depth Powder type and selection Primer type Bullet weight Brass wall thickness (internal capacity variances) Powder charge7. While most reloaders consider a chronometer a necessary tool for load development, there are many other ways which help identify excess pressures and overused brass (fired too many times). Select the signs that may prove you are getting close to YOUR firearms' maximum load. [Select all that apply] Excess bulging near case head Flattened primers Case head-stamp showing ejector marks Cracked neck Primers backing out of primer pocket Craters around firing pin indents Difficult extraction of fired cartridge case Difficulty chambering a freshly reloaded cartridge8. Black powders, black powder substitutes, pistol powders, rifle powders and shotgun powders may have different applications, but you should know that: [Select all that are True] Black powder is much more explosive than modern black powder substitutes Many shotgun powders can be found in pistol and revolver load data Smokeless rifle powders have very similar burn rates Ball, Extruded and Flake are all Types of powders All brands and types of powders have exactly 7000 grains per pound9. H4350, IMR4350 and A4350 powders are: [Select all that apply] All designated 4350 powders made by different manufacturers and are interchangeable with a given load recipe All designated 4350 powders made by different manufacturers and are NOT interchangeable with a given load recipe Are interchangeable but only if you reduce your load by 1 grain to be safe Are interchangeable but only if you reduce your load by 2 grains to be safe Are somewhat similar in nature, but you should ALWAYS consult published load data before developing a new load with different brands of powders10. The Best way to learn the art of reloading is to: Always believe what your Great Uncle said and did, and only do it his way Not waste time reading about it, just have a buddy show you how easy it is Take a course, Always listen, Always research, Always double check, Trust with caution Take a course and always trust the instructorType exactly what you see above here; so we can ensure you are not an internet trolling spam robot.