Whether it’s a concealed thigh holster or a safe in the basement, learning how to safely handle and store firearms properly is perhaps the most important thing when it comes to guns. When safety becomes second nature, it can significantly reduce the amount of stress and anxiety you may initially face when being around guns.
Always Treat a Gun Like It’s Loaded
This is the #1 rule in firearm safety, and for a good reason. If you always follow this rule, you will always be aware of where your gun is pointing at any time. For storage, this ultimately means that you should never store a gun in a safe or case while it is loaded. Keep this rule in mind on top of any other rules that you may come across to benefit yourself and others.
Always Carry a Gun Like It’s Loaded
When it comes to concealed carry, this ultimately means that you are storing a loaded firearm on your person throughout the day. The same can be said for storing a gun in your car or nightstand, which you will likely have loaded as well to be ready at a moment’s notice. You’ll want to make …