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How to Safely Unload a Pistol | Episode #10

How to Safely Unload a Pistol | Episode #10

There’s a very good reason that we gotta get the magazine out of the gun first. You don’t get the magazine out, it’s going to do what it’s supposed to do…. Illinois Carry Trainer dot com Gun is loaded. How do you unload it? Something Sang, I, and other instructors see constantly is extremely unsafe gun handling. At a gun…

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Ask John Walsh – Seniors with Firearms

Ask John Walsh – Seniors with Firearms

(slow music)>>Narrator: A question from Charlie Christopherson of Alexandria, Minnesota. I am a senior with a license to carry a concealed weapon. My wife and I have a security system but we still think about safety often, especially at night. What advice would you give someone that does not want to use his firearm?>>Charlie, that’s a great question. First of…

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Firearms Safety PSA

Firearms Safety PSA

(“Banjo in the Hollow” plays throughout) Virginia—grounded in the traditions of our forefathers and handed down from generation to generation— just like our proud hunting heritage. For as much as some things have changed in our lifetime some things should always stay the same. Continue the tradition of safe firearms handling to ensure a lifetime lasts a long, long time.

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Buying Your First Handgun for Women by Women

Buying Your First Handgun for Women by Women

it’s Lindsay with Aegis tactical continuing our series for women and by women today we thought we would go over how to purchase your first handgun and just so that you know all of these guns have been safety checked and are not loaded so typically there are three reasons for purchasing a handgun one can be home protection one…

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Preventing Firearm-Related Injury and Death: A Targeted Intervention

Preventing Firearm-Related Injury and Death: A Targeted Intervention

[MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome to preventing firearm-related injury and death, a targeted intervention. My name’s Garen Wintemute. I’m an ER doc and I became involved in firearm-violence prevention because I believe there is a moral imperative to prevent firearm-related harm that’s every bit as compelling as the moral imperative to treat it. There is a practical reason too. Most people who…

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