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Understand the safety aspects of your firearm; 2. Carefully read all instructional material (for example: the owner’s manual from the manufacturer); 3. Enroll in a firearm training course; 4. Clean and repair your firearm regularly. If you clean or repair your firearm yourself, always make sure your firearm is unloaded and
always keep this manual with your firearm. include it with the firearm when it changes ownership. warning: firearms can be dangerous and can potentially cause serious injury, damage to property or death, if handled improperly. the following safety rules are an important reminder that firearm safety is your responsibility.
Safety Rules Related to Your Firearm. 1. Make sure your firearm is in good mechanical condition before firing it. Periodically have your firearm checked for signs of erosion, cracking, or wear by the factory, by a qualified armorer, or by a factory certified gunsmith. 2. Never try to fire a gun which may have a plugged or partially obstructed ...
Always keep the firearm unloaded until you are ready to use it. Always be aware that safety devices can (and sometimes do) fail. Always make sure the firearm is in safe operating condition before using it. Always use ammunition designed for use in your firearm. Always be sure of your target and what lies behind it.
(7) You must take proper safety measures at all times to safeguard your firearm from unauthorized persons-especially children.Your rifle or shotgun should be kept unloaded in a secure location in you home.