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March 24, 2013 by
How much do you know about Firearm Safety? Test your knowledge here.
1. The first rule of safety when handling firearms is to assume every firearm to be loaded.
2. What is behind your target is relatively unimportant when hunting as long as you are sure you can hit what you are aiming at.
3. Where should the muzzle of a firearm be pointed to be safe?
4. All Firearms should be unloaded when not in use.
5. When your safety is
6. Is the right ammunition for your firearm important?
7. If your gun fails to fire when the trigger is pulled, what should you do?
8. When handing your firearm off to someone else you should:
9. You should know the mechanical characteristics of the firearm you are using.
10. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
Red from Texas
Let's go shoot now!
I take exception to #4. I keep gasoline in my car when not in use. What good is a gun without ammunition? You should make sure it cannot fall into the hands of children but get real...an unloaded gun is a paperweight.
I agree Cowboybiker!
Agree Cowboybiker, I don't keep empty fire extinguishers in my home either!
I personally have taught my Daughter and Grand-daughter that a loaded firearm is results oriented,, a re-straining order is only a piece of paper!
I keep mine loaded too
Red from Texas
Just because I scored 100% doesn't mean that I don't have guns around loaded. I have them in places at home that the kids won't look, and in my truck I keep a gun or three loaded and ready for an altercation. Our office is in a rough neighborhood and I make calls all over DFW in areas that are quest...
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