First-of-its-kind resource from NSSF encourages open conversations between parents and children about firearm safety NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) today released a new, first-of-its-kind educational resource, the “How to Talk to Your Kids about Firearm Safety” video. The video, starring champion shooter and mother Julie Golob, encourages parents to have “the …

 The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is joining forces with Project ChildSafe to help promote responsible firearm handling and storage. “Our shared history with the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation makes this partnership a natural fit, and SSSF’s many student athletes are outstanding ambassadors of safe firearms handling and storage for young people and adults,” said Steve …

There are those who talk about “gun safety,” often in a misappropriation of the term, and those who actually do real world gun safety programming. At the top of the latter list is the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Project ChildSafe. Although once funded by a federal grant, Project ChildSafe is now funded by the firearms industry and …

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http://youtu.be/qKHeXC7L85s Just reason #164 why you need a gun safe….   You’ve probably seen lots of videos about guns – but never one like this: A gun safety advocacy group is using sex toys to start a conversation around gun safety and responsibility. * An ad released Thursday titled “Playthings” shows two young boys running around, …

With media giving attention to yet another Michael Bloomberg-funded gun-control organization calling itself a gun “safety” group, the National Shooting Sports Foundation feels compelled to point out that credible, effective firearm safety efforts don’t involve divisive tactics, sanctimonious rhetoric and videos designed to frighten parents away from responsible firearm ownership. Everytown for Gun Safety, the …

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The Ten Commandments of Firearms Safety

The Ten Commandments of Firearms Safety should be etched in your memory forever. Let them govern your actions wherever and whenever you’re involved with firearms. In the woods. On the range. Or in your home. Please take time to review and understand these rules. 1ST COMMANDMENT OF FIREARM SAFETY Always keep the muzzle pointed in …

‌ The Hole Book was written and illustrated by Peter Newell in 1908. The delightful books teaches children the consequences of mishandling firearms. It is notable for being the first book to use a hole punched through the pages as a storytelling gimmick. The book is now in the public domain can be downloaded from …