Are You a Safe Hunter? Take This Safety Quiz

Project ChildSafe, a program developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote firearm safety, notes hunting season is here and encourages hunters to keep safety at the forefront.

Tom's News Item on Project ChildSafe Quiz 11-15 indexIt notes hunting is a tradition that is often passed down from generation to generation. Another important tradition among hunters is practicing safety in the field and when transporting and storing firearms. This is something Project ChildSafe reminds hunters about with its Hunt S.A.F.E. campaign so that hunts are made safe, fun and memorable.

It is challenging hunters to take its online quiz to test their knowledge of safe and ethical behavior. It also urges participants to share the results with friends and family on Facebook or Twitter:

I took the @ProjectChildSafe quiz on hunting season! Test yourself to see if you know all the facts to be a safe hunter: #HuntSAFE


About Project ChildSafe

Project ChildSafe is a program developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation promoting firearms safety through the distribution of free firearm safety kits that include a gun lock and safety education messages. The Project ChildSafe Foundation supports the program’s continuing efforts to encourage safe firearms handling and secure storage. The Project ChildSafe Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity. All donations to the organization are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


Guide Outdoors Readers: Tell us how you did on the quiz. Do you do everything you can do to make sure your hunt is S.A.F.E.?

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