10 Safety Guidelines for Gun Use While Hunting in West Virginia
By following these safety tips, you may avoid the chance of accidents and injury.
- Care for your gun as if it were loaded.
- Keep the gun pointed in a secure position.
- Be aware of your surroundings.
- Clear your barrel and view of any blockage.
- Unload the gun when you’re not using it.
- Don’t point your gun at something you aren’t going to shoot.
- Only load your firearm when you’re set in position to hunt.
- Don’t shoot at water or a flat, solid surface.
- Store your gun and ammunition away from each other.
- Don’t drink and hunt.
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