By Lorenza Balzaretti
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The bolt you are trying to close so gently will soon ram itself back and forth with lightning speed on your second shell. It is made for such work, so don't worry. Also, when pushing the release button, do it with your right thumb and with no fingers on the slot side. This insures against any nasty cuts or bruises from the closing bolt. 42 The procedures for loading and unloading pump guns are quite similar to those for automatics. When unloading either of them, be sure there are no shells left in the magazine.
This insures against any nasty cuts or bruises from the closing bolt. 42 The procedures for loading and unloading pump guns are quite similar to those for automatics. When unloading either of them, be sure there are no shells left in the magazine. Working the bolt or action slide is not enough. The gun should be turned so you can look in the magazine. For safety, the action of these guns should remain open when not actually hunting. Regardless of the kind of gun you use, the safety should always be on when loading or unloading, and the gun should never be pointed in anyone's direction.
33 CHAPTER 3 Safety Before we proceed from "dry" practice to actual shooting practice, using live ammunition, we must take a long, hard look at the subject of safety. No excuse can ever justify the careless handling of a gun. Ninety-nine per cent of all shooting accidents are caused by carelessness, thoughtlessness or downright laziness. And tardy regret, regardless of how deeply felt, is of no use to the victim who has lost life or limb. Exclamations such as "I was sure it was unloaded" - "I was sure he was behind me" - "I thought the safety was on" are as helpful as an umbrella after the rain.