BarryinIN Posted January 2, 2013 Report Share Posted January 2, 2013 I know there are a lot of you out there who recently became first time gun owners, and perhaps just found us here. Welcome.I'd also like to ask a favor or two. Please try to find some training. I realize you've already made a big step and spent a chunk of money, but it's safer and cheaper to get the training. One expert used to say that buying a gun no more made one armed than buying a piano made one a musician. He was right. It also saves money by preventing one from spending a lot of money on ammo and range fees doing it wrong.Also, please store it responsibly. You've made the commitment; now commit. Don't buy it, bring it home, and put it in a drawer or on a closet shelf and go on with your life, locked or not. I understand buying a safe that is an ugly metal box that costs as much as the gun isn't easy, but at least break the gun down into two components (if possible with your gun) and store them separately. Truthfully, the safest way to store it is to carry it, but that only works well with handguns.But again- Welcome. Look around. Stay a while. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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