Kinsey Rhea has partnered with Project ChildSafe to share resources to keep your family and home safe if you already are or have decided to carry a firearm.
Project ChildSafe is a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote firearms safety and education. We are committed to promoting genuine firearms safety through the distribution of safety education messages and free firearm safety kits to communities across the U.S.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) have released a new video series, "Many Paths to Gun Safety," to help new and potential gun owners understand their responsibilities if they decide to keep firearms in the house.
Hunting is a rich tradition, often passed down from family members to the next generation. The most important part of this experience is ensuring proper precautions and responsible use of firearms are used to help make every hunting trip safe, fun and memorable.
Firearm ownership is a right enjoyed by many Americans, and with that right comes the responsibility to safely handle and store firearms. The National Shooting Sports Foundation and Project ChildSafe remind new gun owners in particular of the many firearm safety materials they made available to help prevent accidents, theft and misuse.
As a gun owner, you can choose from multiple options for safely storing and protecting your firearms when they're not in use. Use this guide to determine which mechanism best suits your lifestyle, priorities and environment.
The time may come when it's your turn to introduce your children to the unique, exciting experience of hunting. Start by sharing stores about exploring the outdoors, outsmarting the game or even your first hunt; and please remember that safety should be a part of every conversation about hunting and firearm use.