SAFETY RULES FOR SHOOTING STEEL TARGETS:
- Use correct ammunition.
- Do not fire high powered rifles at targets closer than 100 yards.
- Do not fire small bore guns at targets closer than 40 yards.
- Minimum recommended distance with a handgun and standard lead ammunition is 15 yards.
- Do not fire air guns at targets.
- Always wear wrap-around eye protection and proper hearing protection.
- Discontinue use of target if it becomes disfigured, deformed, or damaged in any way.
- Never ever use armor-piercing, steel-core, or other hardened ammunition.
- Never use steel shot, pellets, BBs or other air gun projectiles.
- Never use ammunition that exceeds the target's scope of design.
- Always use high quality steel targets specifically designed for heavy duty use.
- Never use steel targets for purposes outside their scope of design.
- Never fire a gun when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- Minors shooting at targets must do so under proper and qualified adult supervision.
- To reduce the likelihood of a bullet ricochet, do not use jacketed ammunition.
CARDINAL RULES OF FIREARM SAFETY:
- Treat all firearms as though they are loaded.
- Point the muzzle in a safe direction at all times.
- Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until you are on target and have decided to fire.
- Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
- Keep target low to the ground and/or use a backstop to stop stray bullets.
- Don't rely in your gun's safety.
Buyer assumes all responsibility for the use and misuse of the targets purchased.