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Old 02-14-2012, 09:07 PM   #11
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. . . Another thing I wanted to ask is should I take a safety course? . . .
May I suggest you consider taking a course that goes over what’s justified, and what’s legal.
They’re not always the same thing and you should know what the ground rules are where you live.
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Yes, yes, yes, yes on the safety class. $50 is a small price for safety...but look around, you can probably find one for less. A Hunter Safety class is often less and goes over firearm safety quite well.

There is a huge number of ammo choices. The major brand names are usually a good way to go, especially during break in period on the new gun. Hold off on the cheapo plinking stuff until you have run a few hundred rounds through and you know the firearm better.

And buy a safe to secure your purchase.
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Yes, yes, yes, yes on the safety class. $50 is a small price for safety...but look around, you can probably find one for less. A Hunter Safety class is often less and goes over firearm safety quite well.

There is a huge number of ammo choices. The major brand names are usually a good way to go, especially during break in period on the new gun. Hold off on the cheapo plinking stuff until you have run a few hundred rounds through and you know the firearm better.

And buy a safe to secure your purchase.
Thank you. I think I'll go. You can never be to safe. Luckily I already own a safe so in good on that.
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