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Always Practice Safe Handling of Firearms
- ALWAYS completely remove your finger from inside the trigger guard when you have finished shooting.
- THOROUGHLY read the safety and instruction manual supplied with your firearm before handling.
- ALWAYS treat every firearm as if it were loaded.
- ALWAYS ASUME that every firearm is loaded when picking it up.
- NEVER leave a loaded firearm unattended.
- ALWAYS store unloaded firearms and ammunition in separately secured locations, so that children and untrained adults cannot gain access to them.
- NEVER consume alcoholic beverages or mind altering drugs before or during the handling of firearms.
- ALWAYS make sure that the target and the area surrounding the target are safe before shooting.
- NEVER rely on the firearm’s safety mechanism.
- ALWAYS make sure the barrel of the firearm is clear of obstructions according to the safety and instruction manual.
- ALWAYS use the proper ammunition for your particular firearm.
- ALWAYS refer to the operation manual if your firearm fails to fire.
- NEVER alter or modify your firearm.
- NEVER shoot a firearm at hard surfaces or water.
- ALWAYS properly maintain your firearm.
- ALWAYS unload and verify the gun is safe before attempting to clean it
- ALWAYS wear appropriate ear and eye protection when shooting or observing.
- NEVER point a firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot regardless of whether the firearm is unloaded or on safety.