MAX PAWN Gun safety instructor
shares tips on firearm safety during self-isolation
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A former police officer and gun safety instructor is reminding people to use best practices when it comes to storing firearms during the stay-at-home order.
Ray Berni says it’s important to keep guns and ammunition secured and safe, especially if you have kids at home.
Berni, who teaches gun safety with Max Pawn, says you can use a lock that runs through the chamber or barrel so the gun cannot be fired.
He also recommends storing firearms in safes that come with either biometric or numeric combination locks.