Firearm Theft Prevention
You should also take steps to reduce the chances of your firearms being stolen.  We suggest the following:
  • Do not "advertise" that you own guns.
  • Instruct your children not to "brag" about your guns to their friends or acquaintances.
  • Do not display your guns in plain view.
  • Do no display stickers or signs on your house or vehicle which indicate you own guns.  The stickers only advertise to burglars that there are guns in the house.
  • Do not leave guns in your vehicle where they can be seen.
  • Keep a record of all your firearms (please email us to receive a free brochure along with a gun inventory sheet)
  • Practice all the basic burglary and theft prevention techniques, such as locking all of your doors and windows.
  • Use a high security gun safe or hidden storage area such as a false wall closet.
  • Check with your insurance company to make sure your guns are covered under your homeowners policy.
Firearm Safety Rules
Always treat a firearm as if it is loaded 

Always make sure the firearms is pointed in a safe direction 
Always keep your finger out of the trigger guard and off the trigger until you are ready to fire 
Always be aware that safety devices can (and sometimes do) fail.  Safety devices are not a substitute for safe handling and common sense. 

Always use ammunition designed for use in your firearms 
Always be sure of your target and what lies beyond your target 
Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting 
Always refrain from using alcohol or drugs before or while shooting 
Always store firearms unloaded in a locked container and separate from ammunition.  Be certain firearms are inaccessible to children and unauthorized adults. 
Remember:  Most firearms accidents are PREVENTABLE.  Protect yourself and your loved ones by taking firearm safety seriously.