Beretta firearms Being a gentleman down at the shooting range
Everyone knows shooting ranges provide a safe and enjoyable place to practice with your Beretta firearms – that’s why people use them. Shooting ranges also provide a safe backstop for bullets. They ensure that shooters shoot at safe targets and follow common sense safety rules. Most ranges are also located in convenient, local locations and spare shooters an exhausting search for safe shooting property. You can bring any gun, even your 9mm Beretta. However, shooting at your local range is a communal activity, just like church or a funeral. While shooting is generally a very safe hobby, loaded firearms demand concentration and respect, like a NASCAR driver gives to his car. Every range and every shooter at the range expects safety rules to be followed and conduct to fall within the bounds of generally accepted range etiquette. Here are some of the basic rules of range etiquette: 1. All gun safety rules will be followed. The muzzle of your firearm should always be pointed in a safe direction. Your fingers should be off the trigger until you are on the firing range and your weapon is pointed at your target. Nothing angers a shooter more than having someone carelessly point a gun at them for even a moment. Muzzles should always point down range. When you are packing up to leave and you’ve unloaded your weapon, the muzzle should be controlled and pointed in a safe direction.
OTHER RULES? NO HORSEPLAY. BERETTA FIREARMS BULLETS DON’T PLAY AND NEITHER SHOULD YOU.7. DON’T INTERFERE WITH OTHER SHOOTERS. DON’T TAP THEM ON THE SHOULDER AS THEY ARE ABOUT TO SHOOT. DON’T INTERRUPT ANYONE UNLESS YOU SEE THEY ARE IN SOME IMMEDIATE DANGER.