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Getting the Home Gun Ready

Getting the Home Gun Ready

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If you don’t know how to prepare, store, and plan for your firearm at the house you are only setting yourself up to be another statistic. By following the simple steps and checklist in this guide you will be setup to succeed.

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Bringing A Gun Home Might Be The Worst Thing You Have Ever Done

If you don’t know how to prepare, store, and plan for your firearm at the house you are only setting yourself up to be another statistic

By following the simple steps and checklist in this guide you will be setup to succeed.

Gun sales have increased by leaps and bounds over the last several years. Sadly, when new gun owners bring home the firearm WITHOUT taking the proper precautions they set themselves up to become another statistic of gun accidents and death. While guns can be the best tool to protect you and your family they can also bury you.

  • Last year 73,505 Americans were treated in hospital emergency rooms for non-fatal gunshot wounds
  • Firearms were the third-leading cause of injury-related deaths nationwide in 2010
  • In 2010, unintentional firearm injuries caused the deaths of 606 people
  • 1/3 of victims of unintentional shootings are under 25 years of age
  • A federal gov study of unintentional shootings found that 8% of such shooting deaths resulted from shots fired by children under the age of six
  • The U.S. General Accounting office has estimated that 31% of unintentional deaths caused by firearms might be prevented if proper storage in the home is implemented

This Intuitive Guide Will Set You Up For Success

  1. Overview of Gun Safes
  2. Trigger Locks and Cable Locks
  3. Ammunition Storage
  4. Gun Safe Locking Systems
  5. How to Mount the Safe
  6. Where in the Home to Locate Your Firearm
  7. Where to Shop for Gun Safes
  8. Quality Concerns
  9. Keys to Training for Firearm Retrieval
  10. And So Much More…

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