NSSF MAKES NEW RANGE SAFETY AND ETIQUETTE VIDEO AVAILABLE TO INDUSTRY, PUBLIC
NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the trade association for the firearms industry, is pleased to announce the release of an all-new “Introduction to Range Safety and Etiquette” video. Designed to provide guidance for firearms use on shooting ranges both indoors and outdoors, the video is available to both industry members and the general public through the Vimeo streaming site and on nssf.org.
The new video replaces an older, dated version on the subject and is set against the backdrop of a brightly lit, modern and well-appointed shooting range. The female moderator articulates the basic rules of gun safety, especially as they apply to use on an indoor firearms range, before covering an array of range etiquette topics such as range officer commands, how to uncase your firearm on the range when you first arrive and what to do if a firearm is accidentally dropped on the range. There are also safety tips specific to handling either semi-automatic handguns or revolvers.
“More than ever, NSSF is focused on helping our industry better engage their customers. Paramount to that is ensuring all shooters have a pleasant and safe experience every time they head to the range for a practice session,” explained Zach Snow, NSSF Director, Shooting Range Services. “This is particularly important for those coming to firearms ownership and the shooting sports for the first time, and this video will go far to making that first time on the range safe and fun for everyone.”
NSSF encourages its range members to download this video now and make it available to their customers, either through a monitor streaming the video or as required viewing for newcomers. Gun clubs and firearms and hunter safety instructors are encouraged to use it in the same manner, and store-front FFLs are urged to include the video as part of their safety curriculums and first-time firearms purchaser education programs. For more information in NSSF’s many firearms safety and shooting programs, visit www.nssf.org.