“Never point a gun at anyone or anything that you would not hit. Treat every gun as though it were loaded!” This simple rule would avoid every gun accident that we read about all too often. It was taught by our father to all of his children, irrespective of age. It should be the first rule taught by any gun course and by society in general. I shudder whenever I see this rule broken whether in a movie or real life.
Don S. Robertson
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