Accidental discharges simply do not happen…

Accidental discharges simply do not happen. However, negligent discharges happen everyday and for one reason only. Keep your finger off the trigger until you’re on target and intending to fire, otherwise, there’s absolutely no reason for your finger to be near the trigger. If you drop your gun off a two story building, it will not fire. If your gun falls out of your car window while you’re driving 70 mph, it will not fire. If you leave your gun in a super hot vehicle, it will not fire. However, if you negligently press the trigger, you’re gun is 100% guaranteed to fire. Once a bullet leaves the barrel, there’s no bringing it back, it’s gone and will eventually impact something. Keep your finger high off the trigger until you’re on target and intending to...

Off to a good start…

http://shar.es/1X0G4g Gov. Scott approved several pro-gun bills Friday that covered everything from clarifying use of force, to ending insurance discrimination against gun owners. Sent using ShareThis George Caro, Firearms Instructor http://license2carry.com...