Gun ownership brings with it the responsibility of gun
safety. One-third of all families in America that have
children also have guns, and more than 40 percent of them
don't keep their guns locked up. Children younger than
eight can't tell the difference between a real gun and a toy,
and 3-year-olds are strong enough to pull the trigger on a
real gun. Children and teens commit more than half of all
unintentional shootings. Black Label Firearms takes pride
in encouraging responsible gun ownership.
Here are some things you can do to keep yourself and your
•Own a pistol vault or gun safe for long guns.
•Teach children that they shouldn't touch guns and that if
they see a gun, to leave it alone and tell an adult.
•If your children play at another home, talk to the parents
about gun safety.
•Treat every gun as if it were loaded. Never point a gun at
anything you do not want to shoot.
•Always store guns unloaded.
•Lock guns in a rack or safe, and hide the keys or
combination in a secure location.
•Store ammunition away from guns and keep it locked.
•Don't keep guns in your home if someone in your family
has a mental illness, severe depression, or potential for
REMEMBER THAT GUN OWNERSHIP IS NOT JUST A
RIGHT IT IS A RESPONSIBILITY. ALWAYS BE SAFE !!!
Gun safety is a collection of rules and
recommendations that can be applied when
possessing, storing, or handling firearms.
The purpose of gun safety is to eliminate or
minimize the risks of unintentional death,
injury or damage caused by improper
possession, storage, or handling of