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Jan
14

Firearm Safety Course

When learning a new skill, like shooting a firearm, it is imperative that you learn the basics before actually firing a weapon unassisted. The law also requires that you obtain a Firearm Certificate before you are allowed to own a firearm. The only way to obtain a Firearm Certificate is to pass the Firearm Safety […]

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Firearm Etiquette

              Most people have heard of “proper” dinner etiquette. Depending on the type of meal you’re eating there could be a specific utensil that needs to be used, for each course. there are also expected behaviors During certain meals. a similar concept can be applied to firearms as well. […]

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Nov
05

Long Term Storage of Ammunition

People store ammunition for all sorts of reasons. Some people buy their ammunition in bulk, so they don’t have to purchase the ammunition often. Others feel more protected by having an excess supply of ammunition. Whatever the reason long term storage of ammunition requires following some steps. Safety is #1 One of the main reasons […]

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Respect Firearms at All Times

              Respecting another person is about admiring them and/or certain qualities they have. For example, students should respect their teachers and teachers should respect their students. Bosses should respect their employees and vise versa. What people forget sometimes is that one needs the other. Teachers cannot teach without students. […]

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Aug
11

Firearm Hunting Safety

In our last article, we covered the topic of firearm range safety.  The article covered the proper etiquette/rules that a person should follow when at a firearm range. Another important firearm safety topic is hunting safety. This article will cover firearm hunting safety. Rules and Regulations Although the general rules of using a firearm are […]

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Jul
09

Firearm Range Safety

In life, there are certain rules or etiquettes that are expected in certain life situations. For example, there is food etiquette. We are expected, in most situations to eat with a knife and fork. Another example is driving etiquette. A person should use turn signals, allow other cars to merge when necessary and drive without […]

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Jun
26

What Does the Red Dot Mean?

All our lives we are taught that red means “STOP”. Red stop signs tell us to stop and look before entering the intersection. Traffic lights have red, yellow and green. Green means go. Yellow means caution, and slow down. Red means to stop. On a firearm, there is a red dot. What does the red […]

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Jun
22

Real versus Fake Firearms

Federal law does require “toy guns” to be marked in some way. Many toy gun manufacturers will designate a fake gun by painting the tips of the barrels, orange. The problem, it is very easy to paint over the orange. Painting over the orange makes the fake firearm look like a real firearm. So, how […]

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