Episode 338: Revising the 4 Firearm Safety Rules
Topic: Revising the 4 Firearm Safety Rules
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Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the recent change ConcealedCarry.com made to the 4 Firearm Safety Rules as taught in our classes. The intent is to bring the rules into line with modern-day curriculum and practices both on the square range…and on the streets. Do you agree or disagree with these tweaks to the rules? If not, why??
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The ConcealedCarry.com Firearm Safety Rules:
- Know the condition of your firearm and always treat it as a potentially dangerous tool.
- Always be attentive when handling a firearm and know where the muzzle is pointing.
- Keep your finger out of the trigger guard unless you are on target and prepared to fire.
- Identify your target, all surroundings, and be prepared for changes.
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I loved the discussion of concepts of safety rules. Just discussing you get a deeper appreciation of firearm safety. Thanks
Thank you, John! Glad you enjoyed the episode…and the rules!
Some of the traditional rules have irked me, and the revisions described here mostly addressed my objections. Nice work.
However, I’m surprised the revised rules have not been posted in the podcast description here.
Julian, thanks for mentioning it! I meant to add the rules to the show notes, but in my hurry to get the episode published, I overlooked it! Fixing now!!!