To prevent damage to property
To prevent serious bodily harm
To prevent someone from stealing your automobile.
Safety or decocker
Transporting in the trunk of a car.
Leaving it in its original box.
Muzzle and Chamber end
Front and back end
A hole down the middle called the caliber
The rear sight
The front sight
Always keep your gun unloaded until you are ready to use it.
You are allowed to leave a loaded gun lying around as long as there are not children nearby.
Make certain you use the correct ammunition for your firearm.
Trigger Control and Breath Control
Aiming and Trigger Control
Grip and Aiming
Open the chamber
Point the gun in a safe direction
Cock the hammer
Keep your finger off the trigger.
Use the correct ammo for your firearm.
Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
Keep your gun unloaded until ready to use.
Keep your gun pointed in a safe direction.
Store guns and ammo separately.
In your own home.
At a party at your friend's house.
In a castle.
Slide locked to the rear and magazine unloaded.
Slide closed with no ammo in the magazine.
Sight alignment and sight picture.
Sight picture and the dominant eye.
Sight alignment and the dominant eye.
Put your hands up.
Show the officer your concealed handgun.
Immediately inform the officer you have a concealed carry handgun.
Frame, Barrel, Trigger
Frame, Action, Grip
Frame, Barrel, Action