Firearm Safety

PLEASE….unload any firearms that you are bringing to us to be sold, put on consignment or to have work done on… before entering the store. Magazines should be empty, out of pistols and the action locked open. Revolver cylinder must be open and empty. Do not un-holster a loaded firearm in the store.

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Gun Safety Rules
– Always point the muzzle in a safe direction.
– Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
– Always keep the firearm unloaded until ready to use.
– Know how the gun operates.
– Be sure your gun and ammunition are compatible.
– Carry only one gauge/caliber of ammunition when shooting.
– Be sure of your target – and what’s beyond.
– Wear eye and ear protection as appropriate.
– Don’t mix alcohol or drugs with shooting.
– Be aware that circumstances my require additional rules unique to a particular situation.
– Keep guns and ammunition properly stored and inaccessible to unauthorized users, especially children.

Teach children the NRA Eddie Eagle program:

If you see a firearm:
(1) Stop!
(2) Don’t touch.
(3) Leave the area.
(4) Tell an adult.

Visit the Eagle Eddie website by clicking here.

These rules of gun safety provided by the NRA


Hunter Safety Rules

– Treat every gun as if it were loaded at all times.
– Keep muzzles pointed in a safe direction at all times.
– Carry guns safely.
– Keep your safety on until ready to shoot.
– Unload guns when not in use.
– Take down guns or have actions open when not hunting or shooting.
– Guns should be carried in cases to and from the shooting area.
– Make sure your gun barrel is free from obstructions.
– Only carry ammunition of the proper size for the gun you are carrying.
– Be sure of your target before pulling the trigger.
– Know the identifying features of the game you are hunting.
– Never point a gun at anything you do not intend to shoot.
– Avoid all horseplay.
– Never climb a tree, or fence or jump a ditch with a loaded gun.
– Never pull a gun toward you by the muzzle.
– Never shoot at a hard flat surface or water.
– At target practice (or any time) be sure of your backstop.
– Store guns and ammunition separately.
– Keep guns and ammunition out of the reach of children.
– Avoid alcohol or drugs before or during shooting.

These rules of hunter safety provided by the Massachusetts Division of Law Enforcement Hunter Education Bureau

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76 Rear Winn St., Woburn, MA 01801
Phone: 781.932.3133
Fax: 781.932.3255
Email: fsguns@comcast.net
2018 © Four Seasons Firearms