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NSSF's (National Shooting Sports Foundation) Top Ten Safety Tip:
- Always keep the firearm's muzzle pointed in a safe direction. A
"safe direction" means that the gun is pointed so that even if an
accidental discharge occurred, it would not result in injury.
- Always keep your finger off the trigger until you actually
intend to shoot. When handling a gun, rest your finger outside the
trigger guard or along the side of the gun. Don't touch the trigger
until you are actually ready to fire.
- Firearms should be unloaded when not actually in use. Whenever
you pick up a gun, such as when removing it from or returning it to
storage, remember to point it in a safe direction and make sure it is
- Be sure you know how your firearm operates: read the manual on
your firearm, know how to safely open and close the action of the
firearm and know how to safely remove any ammunition from the firearm
and its magazine.
- Store your firearms in a locked cabinet, safe, gun vault or
storage case when not in use, ensuring they are in a location
inaccessible by children and cannot be handled by anyone without your
- Store your ammunition in a locked location separate from firearms.
- Use a gun locking device that renders the firearm inoperable
when not in use. A gun lock should be used as an additional safety
precaution and not as a substitute for secure storage.
- Make sure young people in your home are aware of and understand the safety guidelines concerning firearms. Have them sign the Project ChildSafe Pledge for young people--a reminder that if they find an unattended firearm in their home or a neighbor's to not touch it, and tell an adult.
- Always unload, clean and place your firearms in their secure
storage location immediately after returning from a hunting trip or a
day at the range.
- Educate everyone in your family about firearms safety. Visit the Project ChildSafe website for safety information and to find out where to get a free firearm safety kit in your area.
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