If you’ve somehow stumbled into this distant and lonely corner of the Internet gun universe, welcome! I’m Mr. Untactical (you can call me Mike), and I’m using this blog to help chronicle our journey from completely untactical neophyte gun owners to, well, we’re not really sure where the journey will lead just yet!
If you’ve read our other articles, you know we’re pretty darn new when it comes to experience with a firearm. Mrs. Untactical has her days when she believes I’m taking this whole “gun thing” just a little too seriously. My belief is if you’re going to purchase and use a gun of any kind, you need to know as much as you possibly can about that gun.
THE FOUR RULES:
- Treat every gun as if it is loaded (ALWAYS!)
- Never point a gun at anything you are not willing to destroy
- Keep your finger off the trigger until you have made the (conscious) decision to shoot
- Be sure of your target and be sure of what is beyond your target, too
For those entering the world of guns these are the four most important things you can learn. Learn them first and learn them well.
Rules? We don’t need no stinking rules…