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2. Do ONE of the following options:Option A—Rifle Shooting (Modern cartridge type)(a) Identify the three main parts of a rifle, and tell how they function.(b) Identify and demonstrate the three fundamental rules for safe gun handling.(c) Identify the two types of cartridges, their parts, and how they function.(d) Explain to your counselor what a misfire, hangfire, and squib fire are, andexplain the procedures to follow in response to each.(e) Identify and demonstrate the five fundamentals of shooting a rifle safely.(f) Explain to your counselor the fundamental rules for safe gun handling.Explain each rule for using and storing a gun. Identify and explain each rulefor safe shooting.(g) Explain the range commands and range procedures.(h) Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to safely shoot arifle from the benchrest position or supported prone position while using the fivefundamentals of rifle shooting.(i) Identify the basic safety rules for cleaning a rifle, and identify thematerials needed.(j) Demonstrate how to clean a rifle properly and safely.(k) Discuss what points you would consider in selecting a rifle.(l) Using a .22 caliber rimfire rifle and shooting from a benchrest orsupported prone position at 50 feet, fire five groups (three shots per group)that can be covered by a quarter. Using these targets, explain how to adjustsights to zero a rifle.(m)Adjust sights to center the group on the target* and fire five groups(five shots per group). According to the target used, each shot in the groupmust meet the following minimum score: (1) A-32 targets—9; (2) A-17 orTQ-1 targets—7; (3) A-36 targets—5.