• Any weapon, even when it is discharged, is potentially dangerous. Therefore, in order to avoid an accident, you must carefully follow the rules of safe handling of weapons.

    Handling Rules

    • The weapon should always be handled as if it was loaded. Even when you are absolutely sure of the opposite.
    • It is forbidden to direct the trunk to a person, animal, transport or to places where they may be located. The only exception is the case of self-defense.
    • It is possible to start shooting only after the construction of the weapon has been studied, the assembly, disassembly and the weapon handling rules have been worked out.
    • Before shooting, you should check the weapon for deformation and clogging, the same should be done after the shooting.
    • Before a shot, you must be sure about what you are shooting at. You can not shoot in the dark, at the sound, on the silhouette or in an uncertain direction.
    • Before you shoot at a target, you should make sure that there is no one in front of it and behind it, and that it is on a surface that can take a bullet or repel it in a safe direction.
    • Until the moment you aim, the finger should not be held on the trigger, but pressed against the frame.
    • When shooting, keep in mind that the bolt moves back when fired.
    • You can not send a cartridge in the chamber or score it with force.
    • In the event of a misfire, the shutter can be opened only after 5 seconds to avoid the effects of a protracted shot.
    • Do not swing the weapon and do not carry your hands in front of the muzzle. You can not correct or remove glasses and headphones with a weapon in their hands.
    • Weapons should always be directed in a safe direction - downward at an angle of 45-60 ° to the target. If the barrel is pointing straight down, the rebounded bullet can hit you.
    • If you drop a gun, don't try to catch it - you can shoot yourself. Let it fall and then lift it off the floor. Pistols do not shoot by themselves when falling.
    • If you give the weapon to the wrong hands, the rules for handling weapons require you to take out the magazine, distort the bolt, make a control descent of the hook, pointing the weapon in a safe direction. Only by performing these actions can the weapon be transferred to another person.
    • When moving, make sure that the barrel of the weapon was not aimed at people.
    • It is forbidden to shoot in a drunken state and when feeling unwell.
    • You can not shoot from an unstable situation.
    • In the case of using double-barreled weapons it is prohibited to shoot from two barrels at the same time.
    • It is strictly forbidden to use cartridges not intended for this model of weapon.
    • It is impossible to repair a weapon on its own or make changes to its design.

    Consider the rules for handling firearms during transportation and storage.

    • It is necessary to transport the weapon in a discharged state, with the barrel down, packed in a special case. During transportation, the cartridges may be in the same case with the weapon, but packaged in a separate package.
    • You can store weapons at home only in locked metal safes or wooden boxes lined with metal. The cartridges must be kept separate from the weapon, out of the reach of children, and located far from heating devices.
    • It is forbidden to store cartridges in the same room and with flammable or aggressive chemicals.

    Pay attention to the safety rules for handling gas weapons

    • Cartridges should be stored only in a sealed box, taped around the perimeter of the tape.
    • After opening the box, make sure that there is no white bloom or powder from leaked tear substances at the bottom of the box and the cartridges. Do not use cartridges that have expired.
    • If, after opening the box, an irritating effect (sneezing, tearing) is observed, the cartridges should be wiped with a cotton swab moistened with alcohol.
    • Do not touch the face and eyes with hands in contact with gas cartridges.
    • Do not carry cartridges in your pocket, to allow the fall of cartridges and exposure to high temperatures and moisture.
    • You can not shoot from a distance of less than a meter from the trunk to the object, since the solid particles from the exploding projectile can injure the attacker.
    • When firing, the weapon should be held in an outstretched hand and immediately after the shot, move a few meters away so that the aerosol cloud does not hurt yourself.
    • You can not shoot from a gas weapon in the headwind and in a closed room.
    • After shooting, the weapon should be discharged, cleaned with a cloth dipped in alcohol and placed in a plastic bag.

    No matter how experienced the shooter you are, do not forget about safety.


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