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Basic Rules of Firearm Safety_steyr Arms, Incorporated U.S.A.

Basic Rules of Firearm Safety_steyr Arms, Incorporated U.S.A.

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Properly used, a well-made firearm can provide a lifetime of
enjoyment and safe recreational activity. It can also be a valuable
tool for hunting, pest control, or the protection of yourself
and your loved ones. However, responsibility and common
sense must go hand-in-hand with your possession and use
of firearms. As a law abiding gun owner and user, you must
assume responsibility for the safe handling, safe use, and safe
storage of your firearms.Reading this safety booklet is a good start. You must also read
and understand the Owner’s Manual provided with your STEYR
firearm. Unless you are already experienced with firearms and
have had hands-on instruction in their use, you should take a
class in firearms safety, storage and handling from a certified
instructor BEFORE you load, fire or use your new firearm.Safety cannot be produced by the mechanical safety devices
on your firearm, or by your firearm’s quality or cost. Firearms
safety depends on YOU!
Properly used, a well-made firearm can provide a lifetime of
enjoyment and safe recreational activity. It can also be a valuable
tool for hunting, pest control, or the protection of yourself
and your loved ones. However, responsibility and common
sense must go hand-in-hand with your possession and use
of firearms. As a law abiding gun owner and user, you must
assume responsibility for the safe handling, safe use, and safe
storage of your firearms.Reading this safety booklet is a good start. You must also read
and understand the Owner’s Manual provided with your STEYR
firearm. Unless you are already experienced with firearms and
have had hands-on instruction in their use, you should take a
class in firearms safety, storage and handling from a certified
instructor BEFORE you load, fire or use your new firearm.Safety cannot be produced by the mechanical safety devices
on your firearm, or by your firearm’s quality or cost. Firearms
safety depends on YOU!

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BASIC RULES OF
IMPORTANT - READ BEFORE USING YOUR STEYR FIREARM!
FIREARMSAFETY 
READY 
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STEYR
 
BASIC RULES OFFIREARM SAFETY 
Properly used, a well-made rearm can provide a lifetime of enjoyment and safe recreational activity. It can also be a valu-able tool for hunting, pest control, or the protection of yourself and your loved ones. However,
responsibility and commonsense
must go hand-in-hand with your possession and useof rearms. As a law abiding gun owner and user,
you
mustassume responsibility for the safe handling, safe use, and safestorage of your rearms.Reading this safety booklet is a good start. You must also readand understand the
Owner’s Manual
provided with your STEYRrearm. Unless you are already experienced with rearms andhave had hands-on instruction in their use,
you should take aclass in rearms safety, storage and handling from a certiedinstructor BEFORE you load, re or use your new rearm
. Con-tact your local shooting range, gun dealer, police department,or the National Rie Association at 703-267-1000 to nd outwhere such classes are offered in your area.Safety
cannot 
be produced by the mechanical safety deviceson your rearm, or by your rearm’s quality or cost.
Firearmssafety depends on YOU!
 
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1. Handle all rearms as if they were loaded,at all times.
Handling a gun carelessly for even an instant can result in se-rious injury or death. Once a careless shot is red you cannotcall it back, and the results of your carelessness may be tragicand permanent. By always handling rearms as if they wereloaded, at all times, you will never have to plead the lameexcuse, “But I didn’t know the gun was loaded!” Make safegun handling a habit from which you never deviate, even for an instant. Even after you check visually and physically to con-rm that a gun is unloaded (following the procedure for your particular gun explained in the Owner’s Manual), continuing tohandle the rearm as though it were loaded will ensure thatyou never cause injury to yourself or anyone else.

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