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This is a discussion on 'The Two Most Important Rules of Firearm Safety' within the New Members forums, part of the Gun Forums category; I came across this today while searching for an image toward 'low ready'. This is EXCELLENT... Shooting Guide This PDF chart was designed to convey ...

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    'The Two Most Important Rules of Firearm Safety'

    I came across this today while searching for an image toward 'low ready'.
    This is EXCELLENT...



    Shooting Guide

    This PDF chart was designed to convey gun safety basics to new shooters in a concise, accessible, and arresting manner. Most gun safety posters look like they were designed with a photocopier in the 1970s. I like the tilt, and there's something comforting about the gun angled (relatively safely) down in a "low ready" position. Maybe it's just me.

    (image updated 6/7/2010)

    PDF Chart - http://davidseah.com/pub/downloads/S...G01-Safety.pdf
    Source - http://www.flickr.com/photos/da5zeay...7594129351808/
    - Janq

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    excellent.

    years ago, for Halloween, I had a fallschirmjäger camo jumpsuit and airsoft G3 for a costume. We were posing for pics and I had the the gun at low ready and a girl there got all pissy with me, claiming that I should point the gun up to be authentic (she was a cop). Umm, no.

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    Sweeping is the biggest issue I've encountered, mainly dealing with new shooters I tend to take out with me.

    A technique I've been using has been just loading up (for my pistol) just one bullet in the mag for 10 or so shots. This easily allows them to become accustomed to the feeling of an empty gun, dropping the mag, clearing the firearm, loading ammunition, taking the gun back into a state of fire. I slowly add in more and more rounds until i'm comfortable in their knowledge of the manual of arms. Sweeping is such a hard one to break though, just for the excitement reason that they forget.

    Good poster though, I will definitely be blowing that up.

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