California Firearm Safety Certificate (FSC) Practice Test 2020 (Updated) on Firearms Laws (Chapter 5): There are a total of 24 questions with answers. It is the last chapter, hope it will help you to prepare your Firearm Safety Certificate (FSC) written exam test.
Firearms Laws (Chapter 5)
As the owner of a firearm, it is your responsibility to understand and comply with all federal, state, and local laws regarding firearms ownership. Many of the laws described below pertain to the possession, use, and storage of firearms in the home and merit careful review.
This section contains a general summary of the state laws that govern the use of firearms, particularly handguns, by persons other than law enforcement officers or members of the armed forces. It is not designed to provide individual guidance for specific situations, nor does it address federal or local laws. Persons having specific questions are encouraged to seek legal advice from an attorney or consult their local law enforcement agency, local prosecutor or law library.
|Test Name||California Gun Safety Test|
|Test Mode||Online Quiz|
|Test Administration||Department of Justice (DOJ) California|
|Certificate Name||Firearm Safety Certificate (FSC)|
|Test Type||Ture / False and Multiple Choice|
|Topics Covered||Chapter 5 Firearms Laws|
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DOJ FSC Test: Firearms Laws (Chapter 5) Practice Test Questions Answers
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To obtain an FSC, you must take the DOJ written test and receive a passing score of at least 75% (the information needed to pass the test is contained in this study guide)
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As the owner of a firearm, it is your responsibility to understand and comply with which of the following law(s) regarding firearms ownership?
2. Question1 points
In California, who is responsible to engage in retail sales of firearms?
3. Question1 points
DROS Stands for
4. Question1 points
There is a mandatory ______ day waiting period before the firearms dealer can deliver the firearm to the purchaser.
5. Question1 points
When DOJ conducts a firearms eligibility background check to ensure the purchaser is not prohibited from lawfully possessing firearms?
6. Question1 points
In general, Which of the following eligibility criteria is/are required for all firearms purchasers? (Select all that apply)
7. Question1 points
The law exemption, “immediate family” means (reading the transfer of firearms between immediate family members) Select all that apply.
8. Question1 points
All firearms (long guns and handguns) purchased in California must be accompanied with (select all that apply)
9. Question1 points
Pawn returns and intra-familial transfers are not subject to the firearms safety device (FSD) requirement.
10. Question1 points
Which of the following is exempted from the FSD requirement?
11. Question1 points
Which of the following action is NOT illegal?
12. Question1 points
is Private party transfers illegal?`
13. Question1 points
In general, no person shall make an application to purchase more than one handgun within any ______ period.
14. Question1 points
In which of the following mode of transfer the Firearm Safety Certificate is NOT required?
15. Question1 points
In which of the following mode of transfer “Roster of Handguns Certified for sale in California” is required?
16. Question1 points
Select all that apply “Safe Handling Demonstration Requirement”
17. Question1 points
It is illegal for a person convicted of any felony offense to possess a firearm.
18. Question1 points
To legally give a firearm to your best friend as a birthday gift, you must complete the transfer of the firearm through a licensed firearms dealer
19. Question1 points
It is illegal to lend a firearm to a minor without the permission of the minor’s parent or legal guardian.
20. Question1 points
Generally, a person may legally have a loaded firearm, if otherwise lawful, at his or her campsite.
21. Question1 points
It is illegal to buy, sell or possess a firearm knowing its identification marks have been erased or altered
22. Question1 points
Which of the following are examples of forcible and life-threatening crimes? (select all that apply)
23. Question1 points
Which of the following activity(s) illegal? (select all that apply)
24. Question1 points
Which law stated that
“It is unlawful to possess a loaded rifle or shotgun in any vehicle or conveyance or its attachments which is standing on or along or is being driven on or along any public highway or other way open to the public.”
FSC Practice Test (Main Page)
- DOJ FSC Test (Basic Knowledge) Quiz [Chapter 1]
- DOJ FSC Test: Firearms and Children [Chapter 2 ]
- California Gun Test Firearm Operation and Safe Handling (Chapter 3)
- DOJ FSC Test: Chapter 3 (Part 2)
- Firearm Safety Test on Firearm Ownership Chapter 4
- FSC Practice Test (Ch: 5 Firearms Laws)
- DOJ FSC Knowledge test “Parts of Gun”
Full set of FSC Practice Test with printable PDF
- FSC Practice Test 1 (30 Question Answers )