Sunday, June 7, 2015

Every Day Is Gun Safety Day

Paul Carlson is making a real effort for gun safety. He will be publishing 30 days worth of gun safety videos. I know Paul and I have great respect for his training ability.

Unlike the Demanding Mommies who ran around on June 2nd in their Felon Orange Tees, Paul is serious about gun safety.

Paul Carlson - Safety Lesson No. 7

Paul Carlson of Safety Solutions Academy has created a series of videos on gun safety. The real gun safety not that stuff being peddled by gun controllers as gun safety.

Here is a lesson on how to safely unload a semiauto handgun.

In Yesterday's Gun Safety Video tip we talked about how to check to see if a handgun is unloaded. Of course checking is important, but what do you do if you discover that the gun is loaded?Today's Gun Safety Video tip from Safety Solutions Academy, LLC shows you how to safely unload a handgun.Make sure to watch the video and to check out for more gun safety video tips.
Posted by Safety Solutions Academy, LLC on Sunday, June 7, 2015

Thursday, June 4, 2015

The Do's And Don'ts of Household Gun Safety

I like this poster and I think it captures the Four Rules in a slightly different format. I also like seeing the housewife using an AK-47.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Too Good Not To Share

This came to me in a comment on my other blog, No Lawyers - Only Guns and Money. It was too good not to share everywhere I could.


What Real Gun Safety Looks Like

From the folks who really understand gun safety and are doing something about it - the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

The picture below speaks volumes.

And if you haven't liked that page yet, you should.

Real Gun Safety

Welcome to a blog devoted to real gun safety. By real gun safety, I mean the Four Rules of Gun Safety as developed by the late Col. Jeff Cooper. What I don't mean by gun safety is that perversion of the English language as used by gun prohibitionists groups post-Newtown.

The Four Rules

  1. All guns are always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle cover anything which 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.

You can see the original sign from Gunsite here.