Gun Safety Classes

Gun Safety Classes

Gun safety is a collection of rules and recommendations that can be applied when possessing, storing, or handling firearms. The purpose of gun safety is to eliminate or minimize the risks of unintentional death, injury or damage caused by improper possession, storage, or handling of firearms.

Read more about Gun Safety Classes:  Rules and Mindset, For Firearms Not in Use, Secondary Dangers, Impairment, Children, Blank Ammunition, History and Teachers, See Also

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