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ALWAYS completely remove your finger from inside the trigger guard when you have finished shooting.
THOROUGHLY read the safety and instruction manual supplied with your firearm before handling.
ALWAYS treat every firearm as if it were loaded.
IMMEDIATELY check to make sure that the firearm is not loaded before giving it to another person.
ALWAYS check to make sure a firearm is not loaded when picking it up.
NEVER chamber a round until ready to shoot.
NEVER leave a loaded firearm unattended.
ALWAYS store unloaded firearms and ammunition in separately secured locations, so that children and untrained adults cannot gain access to them.
NEVER consume alcoholic beverages or mind altering drugs before or during the handling of firearms.
ALWAYS make sure that the target and the area surrounding the target are safe before shooting.
NEVER rely on the firearm’s safety mechanism.
ALWAYS abide by safety rules regardless of whether the firearm is unloaded or on safety.
ALWAYS make sure the barrel of the firearm is clear of obstructions according to the safety and instruction manual.
ALWAYS use the proper ammunition for your particular firearm.
ALWAYS refer to the operation manual if your firearm fails to fire.
NEVER alter or modify your firearm.
NEVER shoot a firearm at hard surfaces or water.
NEVER transport a loaded firearm.
ONLY load a firearm at the destination where you intend to shoot.
ALWAYS properly maintain your firearm.
ONLY clean your firearm when you are absolutely sure the firearm is unloaded.
NEVER climb a tree, fence or obstacle with a loaded firearm.
ALWAYS wear appropriate ear and eye protection when shooting or observing.
NEVER point a firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot regardless of whether the firearm is unloaded or on safety.

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