Firearm safety rules apply at all times—not just
when you are hunting. Firearms that are brought into the home or camp
must be properly stored to reduce the risk of injury to children or others.
Follow the guidelines below to ensure the safe storage of firearms and
firearms and ammunition separately and under lock and key.
sure firearms are stored unloaded. PROVE
Have family members attend a hunter education class to learn firearm safety,
even if they don't hunt.
using trigger locks and other similar devices to make firearms safer during
storage. In some jurisdictions they are required by law.
Know and follow the firearm storage laws for your state or province. Firearm
owners are legally responsible for the proper and safe storage of their
firearms 24 hours per day.