Did you read my past post “Don’t be afraid, be educated“? If so, you know I feel EVERYONE should be educated in firearm handling whether or not they own one. Here is a great read I found via Kalkomey, educators in safety. What are your thoughts of firearm safety education? Have you taken some courses or read any books?
|New E-book Teaches the Basics of Handgun SafetyA new e-book, Today’s Handgun Safety Basics, will help the hundreds of thousands of new firearms owners learn about handgun safety and how to improve their shooting. This handgun safety e-book features easy-to-understand language and realistic illustrations and is available for download atAmazon, Barnes and Noble and the Apple Store.”With so many people buying a handgun for the first time, we felt it was important they have access to basic information about how to safely use and enjoy handguns,” said Kurt Kalkomey, president of Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc. “This book is ideal for new shooters whether they’ve bought a handgun for self protection or to use it for hunting, plinking or target shooting.”
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”Whether or not your state requires safety training, all handgun owners have a responsibility to learn about safe firearms handling,” Kalkomey said. “Handgun education can prevent accidents and save lives.”
Today’s Handgun Safety Basics is an excellent resource for handgun owners and those planning to purchase a handgun or take a class for a concealed-carry permit or license.
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