Having a basic understanding of how these types of shotguns work is a worthy goal, especially for the new gun owner.
While safe gun handling is always incumbent on the operator, there are three simple ways to identify whether your holster is also up to the job.
The main safety rules apply to all firearm-related activities—with a few more for hunting.
When you introduce someone to shooting, safety is paramount—but so is enjoyment!
Teaching kids firearm safety is serious business; where do toy guns fall in?
If you normalize guns in your home, you take away the curiosity factor that kids have, which makes everyone safer.
Familiarize yourself with these common safety types so you’re prepared to properly handle a variety of firearms, including your own.
Teaching someone to shoot is a lot of fun, but it’s also a big responsibility. This is how to get a newbie started off right.
If you’ve seen any of this misguided advice, whatever you do, don’t follow it!
The Second Amendment community is generally welcoming, friendly and safe. Keep it that way by avoiding these 11 don’t-dos of gun ownership.