Gun Safety Tips

There is nothing more dangerous than someone with a gun who hasn’t been trained or educated. People believe that just because they have a right to a gun that they know how to use them. What you need to do is go to an indoor shooting range in Oklahoma City and be educated and trained by a professional. If you understand how a gun works, and what are the best practices, then the likelihood of accidents is greatly lessened.

Tip #1 – Never aim at something you are not willing to destroy. – Your target should be an inanimate object and it should have no eyes or mouth.

Tip #2 – Never point your gun at something you do not intend to shoot. Even if you don’t think the gun is loaded, treat it as though it were always loaded and capable of firing.

Tip #3 – Always keep your finger off the trigger until you intend to shoot.  Finger on the trigger = accident waiting to happen.  

Tip #4 – Know how to safely load, unload, and store your gun at home.  Additionally, know how to do these things while under stress.  Be comfortable and confident in these tasks.  If you are not, then do it until you are because your life may very well depend on it.

Tip #5 – Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.  You will be responsible for anything that happens as a result of firing your gun into something or someone else.

Tip #6 – Before you ever handle a gun, be sure that it is unloaded.  The first rule of gun safety is to treat every gun as if it were loaded and capable of firing.

Tip #7 – Always wear proper eye protection when shooting. This includes hearing protection too! Shooting guns produce very loud sounds which can damage your hearing.  Protect your hearing because it is important and irreplaceable.