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Behold the Power: Safety Tips for Automatic Machine Guns

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Visiting an outdoor shooting range can be an incredible experience. Whether you are a beginner or have years of experience, you should always put your safety first. An automatic machine gun is a remarkably powerful weapon that should be handled with extreme care. Here are a few tips that will help you to avoid problems.

Always Assume the Gun Is Loaded

Even if your gun is not loaded, you should still treat it as such. Developing good habits will certainly help you to remain protected. Never, ever keep your finger on the trigger unless you are actually shooting at a target. The slightest amount of pressure could cause the gun to suddenly go off. After you have finished firing, be sure to immediately turn on the gun’s safety. This simple step will help prevent a serious accident from occurring.

Give Your Full Undivided Attention

When holding a high-powered automatic weapon, you must pay close attention at all times. Maintain a high level of concentration even when not in the act of shooting. Now is definitely not the time to be texting on your phone or checking the latest sports scores. Failing to fully focus on the task at hand dramatically increases your risk of having a mishap. While you are at the shooting range, constantly scan the surrounding area. In the event of an accidental misfire, remain calm and quickly access the situation.

Follow the Rules

Even if you tend to be somewhat of a rebel in life, failing to follow the rules at a gun range is an absolute no-no. The rules are designed to keep you and the other guests safe. Remember, there will always be a professional on hand to provide expert assistance. Not only will the staff teach you all of the key fundamentals, but they will also be keeping an eye out for questionable behavior. One of the requirements to shoot a machine gun in Las Vegas is to refrain from using drugs and alcohol. An intoxicated guest could put everyone’s safety in jeopardy.

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