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Personal Firearms Safety


Keep firearms out of reach
of children and persons
with special needs.
Persons with special
needs are those
individuals who need support to maintain
an adequate level of independence, or are
not self-sufficient
with the loss of adequate support from caregivers.
Persons with felony convictions are not allowed by law to be in possession of firearms.
Keep firearms unloaded when not in use.
Keep firearms and ammunition stored in separate lockable locations.
Properly store and secure firearms.
Locked storage cabinet, locker or weapon safe. Gun rack with locks. Portable carrying case with locks.
Safeguard firearms upon removal from home and/or during transport.
Always use a trigger lock when firearm is not being used.
Never leave a weapon unattended if not properly safeguarded.

























Basic Safety Rules



News & Information

Personal Firearms Safety Article                                    NRA Safety Information

Videos & Presentations

                                       Child Safety Video                                               Firearms Cleaning Video


Personal Firearm Safety                         Last Word Heard                       Gun Safety 

                                    Safety Rules                                                      Last Word Heard                                                       Gun Safety

These firearms safety posters are available for order. If you see a poster you like email us at with the name of the poster and the quantity you would like. (Keep in mind you are only allowed three of each poster you order) Also, include your command's mailing address in the email.


National Shooting Sports Foundation

International Hunter Education Association

National Rifle Association Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufactures Ins

 Contact Info: 757-444-3520 Ext: 7843 | POC:
Last Reviewed: March 20, 2014