Revisited: 10 Tips for Firearm Safety in Your Home

The ebb and flow of firearm freedoms, rules, circumvention and policy changes has only intensified with the evolution of the tide in the 21st century; however, what remains good and true are some of the oldest traditions related to the care and respect of a firearm. On the theme of firearm safety in your home, rest easy in the solace that interpretive finesse is cognitive overkill. Adhere to these featured video highlights.


Sponsored by the NSSF and Project ChildSafe

Project ChildSafe, an initiative with the expressed goal of safety and the education of all gun owners, walks in hand with Women’s Outdoor News (The WON) to shed additional light on the foundational practices of the American firearm owner. Michelle Cerino, managing editor at The WON, gathers her team and garners a short list of Project ChildSafe’s 10 tips for firearm safety, including important rules on handling, operation, storage and above all, education. Featured are timeless tips such as orienting your gun in a safe direction, regardless of its status. Michelle additionally incorporates some understated guidance consisting of communication in and of itself.

NSSF Ten Tips for Firearm Safety

See the remainder of the highlights in Michelle’s video on Project ChildSafe’s 10 tips for firearm safety in your home. ~ IBR

10 Tips for Firearm Safety in Your Home

In 1998, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) launched Project ChildSafe, a nationwide initiative to provide firearm safety education and responsibility to all gun owners. Its website offers information, including tools and tips for firearm safety and storage.

“Women’s Outdoor News” and some members of Team WON bring you a video highlighting Project ChildSafe’s 10 tips for firearm safety in your home. 

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Be sure to familiarize yourself with the NSSF’s important program Project ChildSafe

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