Beginner Basics 14 Safe Storage of Firearms

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Posted on Monday, September 23rd, 2019 ~ Video Length: 5:53 HD 4729 Views ~ 225 Likes

Beginner Basics 14 Safe Storage of Firearms" ~ from ozziereviews

"Beginner Basics 14 Safe Storage of Firearms" ~ from ozziereviews
This video discusses the safe storage of firearms and safe requirements.


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There have been 20 comments on this video from Monday, September 23rd, 2019 to Saturday, January 18th, 2020. Comments have been closed on this video, "Beginner Basics 14 Safe Storage of Firearms".
Comment on: Saturday, January 18th, 2020 by 0GEFORCE
Hey Ozzie what is the correct way to store a break action shotgun with the action broken? Do you have to take them apart?
Comment on: Tuesday, December 24th, 2019 by ASSIE KID
How the f*CK do U have a AR-15 in Qld. my dad has tried to get one and that said U can never own one in Qld.
Comment on: Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 by MIZUKI SHIBA
Every time I go to apply for a license I read the laws and I just feel depressed and sick,
Comment on: Sunday, October 6th, 2019 by SEAN O'CONNOR
Thanks! Just got my ruger 223 rifle and a webley Scott shoot gun and found all your videos very helpful as I am starting off.
Comment on: Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 by JARRON
One of the bemusing little idiosyncrasies of Strain English appears to be the tendency to say obviously when about to say things that are not in fact obvious beforehand.
Comment on: Monday, September 30th, 2019 by BRENDAN MEADE
Whats the go with storing ammo in QLD? I heard from some gun stores it doesnt need to be in a lockable safe, just cant be stored with the firearm is this true?
Comment on: Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 by AUSTRALIAAIRSOFT
In Western Australia the bolt does not need to be removed while stored in the safe. so long as the action is not cocked
Comment on: Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 by YORK HUNT
If i owned a safe that weighed under 150kg but put ballast in it so it weighed over 150kg would I need to bolt it down?
Comment on: Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 by JAKE MILBURN
But of you pull the bolt out the pin will stay cocked. Isn't it bad for the firing pin to be stored away cocked
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by JAI B
With bolt actions it does say the bolt removed or action broken this means you can leave the bolt in but have the action broken and open because it says or ,not and
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by JIM GOURLAS
What ridiculous legislation to have to have the bolts removed, thats a sure way to weaken the bolt springs so when you travel hundreds on kms to your hunting grounds and take a shot game your bolt spring might have weakened enough to not be able to fire the rifle . This could potentially be a danger to the shooter if the firing pin doesnt impart enough impact to the primer to fire a cartridge if you pull the trigger when up close to say a big boar or a scrub bill or buffalo up north . Utter madness in my humble opinion.
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by I GOLFINOZ
That's a hassle having to take bolts out and open actions. I'd have a pile of 12 bolts somewhere. I guess it makes things safer... In Victoria you just need to store the ammo separately. We do however have random police inspections with no notice which I believe is not the norm.
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by SCOTT KESSLER
Hi Ozzie, I picked up a CMI SS7 from Northside Locksmiths after watching your earlier CMI safe review. Very happy with the build quality and overall presentation. Pro tip: If QPS do show up on your door step and want to inspect your weapon safe, you are lawfully allowed to delay that inspection if you were just about to go pick up the Missus. This will allow you to arrange another time and ensure your kit is properly stored before inspection. Keep up the quality work mate.
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by CHRIS
God bless America. Geezzzz......
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by CHRIS HACOPIAN
Geez... I live in Utah. I keep my Glock, with a trigger holster, loaded in my safe.
Comment on: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 by JAMES HILL
Excellent video, clears up a lot of myths around firearm storage.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019 by PETER WALLACE
did have to take my firearm in to a gunshop to have work done on it, carried it in a pelican type case chained and locked to the vehicle, covered and out of sight, with a chamber flag in and action broken, was told that I need to have the firearm temporarily inoperable, therefore disassembled to some degree, note it was not a bolt action, is this correct for carriage in a vehicle?
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019 by EVAN MIRIS
Hi Ozzie , If I had a 1 ton safe in a strong room with steel grids on the window and door but the safe was not bolted down , is that still illegal for H class ? I will be almost impossible to move even though it's not bolted down .
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019 by THEMFRELLY
Full mag one in the chamber safty on is the only way to store your firearms unfortunately America only lads.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019 by WINDSTON
Action broken or bolt pulled out. For bolt actions can that mean just opening the bolt back? Rather than needing to take each bolt out? You'd think it'd be OK considering it's fine for non bolt actions, and I read the legislation that way, I just wanted to check if you had any extra info on this. Cheers

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