A Guide to Recreational Firearms and Gun Safety

A guide to recreational firearms and gun safety, including handling of guns, cleaning guns and storing and securing your gun



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Instruction and practice, with safety a constant concern, will develop responsible and enthusiastic shooters.
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A secure gun is a safe gun.
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3. Run dry patches down the bore until they come out clean. Follow with a lightly oiled patch.
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1. Make sure the firearm isn't loaded. Do this even though you clearly remember unloading it!
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4. Clean exterior and working parts with brush and solvent,then wipe all metal with a lightly oiled cloth.
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2. Dip the cleaning rod's brush in solvent, and then run it through the barrel several times.
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