GREAT post. You definitely should do the NRA Instructor training - I bet you'd be a great instructor. :-)I got a little chuckle at your comment after rule #3 - I do the same thing. People give me funny looks but hey - better safe than sorry...good muscle memory is a good thing!
Wonderful post! Thanks!
Canadian Firearm Safety calls this Acts and Prove:THE VITAL FOUR ACTS OF FIREARMS SAFETY * Assume every firearm is loaded. * Control the muzzle direction at all times. * Trigger finger must be kept off the trigger and out of the trigger guard. * See that the firearm is unloaded - PROVE it safe.PROVE * Point the firearm in the safest available direction. * Remove all cartridges. * Observe the chamber. * Verify the feeding path. * Examine the bore. Ted
Add to Rule #4: Be aware of what may come between you and your target.I know this from experience.
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