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Shotgun safety whilst travelling

 

Never travel with a loaded shotgun: Before entering a vehicle check that your shotgun is unloaded. When anyone enters a vehicle with a shotgunwhich is not in a case or cover or you cannot see that it is unloaded, satisfy yourself that the gun is empty.

 

Always when travelling carry your shotgun in a case or a cover: This will help to protect your shotgun from damage. I find that the Leg O' Mutton type case is ideal for carrying a shotgun.It is very handy to carry, takes up little room, and will keep the gun clean and safe from damage.

 

Always lock unattended vehicles: As a general rule guns and cartridges should not be left in unattended vehicles for a short period, they should be locked away out of sight in the vehicle.

Guns and cartridges should not be left in unattended vehicles for long periods or over night.

 

Never discharge a shot from a vehicle.

 

Boats

 

Shotguns should not be carried loaded in boats: A boat is normally very unstable and it is hard to keep ones balance when travelling in, or getting into or out of a boat, and therefore , it is recommended that shotguns should not be carried loaded in such circumstances.

 

Alcohol and Guns

 

Alcohol and guns make a very bad mixture. Remember that if you have even a very moderate amount of alcohol in your body it will effect your judgement.

 

Do not drink alcohol before you shoot, or, during the course of a shooting day: If you do decide to call to the pub because of bad weather or similar, think seriously about shooting again that day, if you drink alcohol.