Airguns are recommended for adult use only and anyone under the age of 18 using an airgun should be supervised by an adult. Misuse may cause serious injury or death.
- Treat the airgun as if it were loaded and keep the muzzle pointed in a safe position.
- Never point an airgun at anyone or anything you do not intend to shoot.
- Only load your gun prior to shooting.
- Wear safety glasses.
- Never climb, run or jump with a gun in your hand.
- Always look beyond your target to be sure you are aiming in a safe direction and avoid ricochet.
- Keep the muzzle clear at all times – don’t allow it to come in contact with the ground or anything that might obstruct the muzzle.
- Keep your gun unloaded when not in use and never brandish your airgun in public.
- Never modify the airgun and/or modify parts to the airgun without first consulting a gunsmith or other professional.
- If an airgun is dropped or struck, damage to the internal mechanisms may result in an unsafe condition and should be inspected by a qualified gunsmith.
- Store airguns and pellets separately beyond the reach of children and are locked and secured so children and untrained individuals will be denied access.