The Ultimate RooseveltBrowning Hunting Club Quiz
by Staff
Is there an old rifle or shotgun that your great-grandfather owned somewhere in the basement collecting dust? Have you been yearning to take it down and put it to use on your next hunt? For your own safety, and as a great way to connect with others who have the same idea, you may want to check out the RooseveltBrowning Hunting Club. Take our quiz to learn more about the club and see whether you should join its ranks.

What does the RooseveltBrowning Classic Firearms Hunting Club classify as a classic rifle?

  • patented before 1920
  • patented before 1910
  • patented before 1900

Are there any other requirements of the club for a classic gun to qualify?

  • The classic weapon must use breach-loaded rimmed metallic cartridges.
  • The classic weapon must use only center fire cartridges.
  • Both of the above answers are additional requirements of the club.

When were telescopic sights first used on rifles?

  • 1880
  • 1896
  • 1912

Why does the club carry the name Roosevelt?

  • in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt
  • in honor of President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • in honor of George Roosevelt the clubs founder

How did Roosevelt become interested in hunting and conservation?

  • Roosevelt started hunting after his wife died in 1884.
  • Roosevelt bought a ranch in the Badlands of Dakota in 1884 to try to improve his poor health.
  • Both of the above answers are correct facts about why Roosevelt became interested in hunting and conservation.

When did Roosevelt say, "There can be no greater issue than that of conservation in this country"?

  • 1910
  • 1912
  • 1914

What did Roosevelt do on behalf of conservation during his term as president?

  • He created and passed into law the Scenery Preservation Act of 1903.
  • He set aside huge quantities of Federal land for nature preserves and national parks.
  • He created and passed into law the Nature Preserve Act of 1902.

At what daily rate was land preserved during Roosevelt’s presidency?

  • 66,000 acres a day
  • 72,000 acres a day
  • 84,000 acres a day

What was the total amount of land that was set aside for parks and preserves by Theodore Roosevelt?

  • 230 million
  • 250 million
  • 283 million

Who was John M. Browning?

  • a famed biologist and conservation activist
  • an American gun designer
  • an American pianist

In what year did John M. Browning die?

  • 1912
  • 1918
  • 1926

What type of gun was it that earned Browning his first patent?

  • a lever action shotgun
  • a breech-loading, single-shot rifle
  • a Model 71 lever action rifle

In what year did Browning engineer his first automatic pistol?

  • 1911
  • 1915
  • 1919

What is the name of the term that applies to lawful and ethical hunting in a sportsmanlike manner?

  • Trap Free
  • No Ambush
  • Fair Chase

To what kind of game does fair chase apply?

  • free-ranging, native, and wild North American big game
  • all wildlife in North America including water foul and land fowl
  • both of the above

When was Theodore Roosevelt observed following the ideals of fair chase?

  • in a 1902, bear-hunting expedition
  • in a 1906, moose-hunting expedition
  • in a 1904, buffalo-hunting expedition

Who started the Boone and Crockett Club in 1887?

  • North Carolinian Richard Henderson a prominent judge
  • Daniel Boone’s youngest son Clint Boone
  • Theodore Roosevelt

What is the RooseveltBrowning Hunting Club's stated purpose?

  • to further conservation of precious big game hunting resources
  • to promote the principal of fair chase hunting around the globe
  • to keep records of trophy big game animals that have been take by members

Who developed the classic Boone and Crockett scoring method that is also used by the RooseveltBrowning Classic Firearms Hunting Club?

  • Clint Boone
  • Prentiss Gray
  • John James Audubon

What is the cost of a lifetime benefactor membership in the RooseveltBrowning Classic Firearms Hunting Club?

  • 750
  • 1000
  • 1500