Because if you are against gun safety, you're probably dangerous when handling a gun. Many people that are not for gun safety never will and don't know as much as they probably should know about their gun/guns they own.
There is no set age limit. This is best decided by the Parent and child. If an educated parent feels it is the right time for the child to learn good safety gun handling then I encourage that they take the time to teach or have someone teach the child how to handle the BB gun. It's all about education and safety.The age that I think is right for a child to have a BB gun is 10, because they would have seen enough gun accidents so they will know (hopefully) what not to do and what to do.Depends on your parents and the police.
That decision is up to the parents. Is the child mature enough to use the gun with care. Do they know how to handle the gun safely. Do they know it's NOT a Toy. All these things should be considered.
You must be 11 to play and 18 to buy a gun. If you have had the proper introduction on paintball safety (mask, safety, gun operation) , they you should be fine.
Old enough to demonstrate responsibility and know rules of firearm safety.
I think you should be able to spell safety before you can fire a weapon
Anyone who has a firearm should take a gun handling and safety course. Guns don't shoot themselves.
Safe, until ready to fire.
Unloaded with safety on and in a gun case..."KAUAIBOY"
No, just as not everyone should have a car or a child
Firearms safety is important for any use of a gun, especially concealed carry. Training in gun safety will be included in CCW courses.
There is a few safety conditions for a coax machine gun. Some of the safety rules are clan gun after every use, put on safety and always aim to the ground.
What do you mean 500 feet used in gun safety?
Possible if the safety or the gun is damaged. Unlikely, but possible.
Not until he demonstrates the fundamentals of firearms safety, IMHO
It should be discharged, unloaded and with the safety on. If you are going to be in public, then I would carry it in a proper gun case out of sight or don't bring attention to it. Always remember Safety first.
They should not. If they do, it is because the person is an idiot/ spoiled child who should not HAVE a gun. Guns are for grownups- if you behave in that way, you are not a grownup.
Most gun ranges will not allow pregant women to shoot, but it isn't illegal, at least not in most states, but it is highly recommended that you don't. If the particular gun safety class doesn't involve any shooting, then you should be fine.
I have to disagree with the statement you made. Parents that have a gun in the house should have secure storage for it, and teach children to leave guns alone, and teach them gun safety.
Safety:For your safety and mine, we should never be in the lab unsupervised.Always wear a safety belt it may save your life.We were concerned for the children's' safety when we saw them talking to a stranger.The safety lock on the hunter's gun was jammed.
Rules for safe firearms handling and use are on gun safety tests.
It depends on the gun, but in general, you field strip it, put some gun cleaner on it, wipe the gun cleaner off, lube it, then reassemble the gun. You should consult the manual for the specific gun to verify any specific requirement and safety information.
Only if he can pass an NRA taught course on firearms safety.
You should really take an NRA safety course
It depends on what you mean. Gun safety class for what purpose? Illinois does not issue a gun carry permit so there is no safety class for that. If you mean for a different purpose, it depends on what the purpose it.