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Combat Archery Authorization Self-Test

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Question Results

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Question:

Once “HOLD” has been called, when can an archer nock an arrow or put a bolt in their crossbow?

Response:

a. Any time, as long as the ammunition is pointing at the ground.

b. As soon as “on your guard” or “make ready” (or equivalent) has been called.

c. Not until “lay on” has been called.

d. Doesn’t matter.

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Question:

11. What kind(s) of tips are legal on tubular ammunition in the middle Kingdom?

Response:

a. Any Rubber Stoppers of the right size.

b. Any rubber stoppers of the right size with a 1/4 inch or 3/8 inch hole.

c. Modified classic Balder Blunts.

d. Only b and c.

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Question:

What kind(s) of marshal(s) can run a Combat Archery authorization:

Response:

a. Any heavy weapons marshal.

b. Any combat archery marshal.

c. A heavy weapons or combat archery marshal who is authorized in combat archery.

d. All the above.

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Question:

When are armored combatants engaged with a combat archer?

Response:

a. At all times when they are on the field with a combat archer. 

b. Only when they are in range of the archer.

c. Only when they are facing the archer. 

d. Both b and c.

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Question:

If a Combat Archer has a pavise, when can he draw/cock or fire his bow/crossbow?

Response:

a. Only after the pavise has been set down.

b. Any time.

c. While he is carrying the pavise on a shoulder strap.

d. Never, because a combat archer cannot carry a pavise.

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Question:

What are the minimum and maximum allowed lengths for all Combat Archery crossbow bolts?

Response:

a. 12 inches minimum and 28 inches maximum.

b. No minimum and 26 inches maximum.

c. No minimum and 28 inches maximum.

d. 12 inches minimum and 26 inches maximum.

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Question:

What are the valid target areas for Combat Archery arrows and bolts? How hard do they need to hit?

Response:

a. All target areas; same amount of force as an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

b. All target areas; less force than an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

c. Same target areas as thrusting tips; same amount of force as an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

d. Same target areas as thrusting tips; less force than an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.