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Safety #4

Always be aware of your backstop and what is beyond it. You are accountable for every bullet that comes out of your gun all the way until its final resting spot. This is a tremendous responsibility not to be taken lightly!

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Firearms Safety #3

Treat all guns as if they are loaded. Creating this habit is essential for firearms safety. There is no reason anyone should have an accident with a gun they "thought was unloaded. All guns are always loaded. It is that simple.

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Keep your finger off of the trigger until you are on target and ready to fire.

One of the most important firearms safety rules of all time. Leaving your finger on the trigger can result in an unintentional discharge due to a startle  effect, a postural imbalance, or a sympathetic response due to the exertion of maximum force. The bottom line is that it is imperative that you build the habit of keeping your trigger finger straight and above the trigger guard at all times when not in the act of shooting or preparing to shoot.

4 safety rules intro

There are four cardinal firearms safety rules that we live by at Top Firearms Instruction!
1. Assume all firearms are loaded.
2. Never let the muzzle cover anything that you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
4. Always be sure of your target and what is beyond.
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