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Read the Manual

A friendly reminder to read the manual for your firearm, optic or accessory before using it.

Safety you can See

When it comes to shooting firearms, the one thing you can't have too much of isn't guns or ammo, it's safety. Chamber-View empty-chamber indicators taking proper gunhandling to the next level.

Keep it on Safe

Being safe matters, even in realistic training or, for that matter, combat itself.

Shooter Self-Care: The Range Emergency Medical Plan

Something we don't often think about is how to respond to medical emergencies while on the shooting range. Paramedic Kelly Grayson offers some potentially life-saving tips and ideas on how to best handle a bad situation on the range.

Guns & Booze

When carrying a firearm for self-defense, you are always better off erring on the side of caution. When out on the town, pass on the libations if you are carrying.

Don't Leave It to Chance

Parental gun-safety lessons can be reinforced through outside sources.

Speak Up

Rather than silently curse poor gun-handling, take a moment to politely correct the person responsible. Safety never takes a holiday, and it's possible they just don't know better.

Thoughts on Rule Number 3

Keeping your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot sounds so simple, yet is often broken with bad results. A little extra care will go a long way to prevent unintentional hole-punching.

It's On You

If something doesn't seem right at a training course, no matter who's teaching, don't be afraid to ask questions, sit things out or even leave.

Chamber-View Safety Flags

Safety is our primary concern on the range, and Chamber-View's inserts keep actions open and clear when your firearm is not in use.

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