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    Going to Clinton tommorow, can't find the answer to listing the three primary safety rules:

    I don't bel;ieve they mean the firearm safety rules

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    #1. Know your target & beyond.

    #2. Dont use a Crossbow.

    #3. And have fun.

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    Hopefully you're not serious.
    Treat fellow hunters the way you would like to be treated.

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    -Always know your target and beyond
    -Always keep your weapon pointed in a safe direction
    -Treat every firearm as if it were loaded

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    Hopefully you're not serious.
    Why? I put that in my workbook. Is something wrong with that?

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    thanks banmenow, how stupid of me

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    Treat every firearm as if it were loaded.
    So in other words, when your carrying a Crossbow be very careful.

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    No problem.. I think they are the 3 primary.. I remember keeing your finger off the trigger until you're ready to shoot being a rule too.. just not sure of what order

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    Always know your target and beyond
    -Always keep your weapon pointed in a safe direction
    -Treat every firearm as if it were loaded
    I'd memorize that one, they will ask you

    Good Luck

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