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THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT RULES OF FIREARMS SAFETY

WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU TAKE THAT FIRST SHOOTING LESSON...

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You should always assume all guns are loaded and ready to fire, even The excitement of shooting can cause lapses in the observation of these
if you know otherwise; consistency in handling will develop good habits. rules, particularly for new shooters. Stand behind a buddy and watch for
And remember: conscientious firearms handling is just as much for put- muzzle direction and finger position before and after every shot; use a
ting people around you at ease as it is for your own personal safety. light touch on the shoulder to signal a violation.

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