Your Guide to Gun Safety

Your Guide to Gun Safety

At PE Shows, LLC, we are committed to the safety of our guns and products for all of our local attendees throughout Northern Colorado. We care about the quality of our Colorado gun show, and all our vendors come together in one location to buy, sell, and trade. We have been putting on our shows for more than 10 years, and we have a guide to gun safety below. Explore and compare the safety features of our guns and products at our next show.


Keep Gun Pointed in a Safe Direction

One of the most important things you can do when handling a gun is to ensure you point it in a safe direction. This is critical and necessary so that an accident does not occur and somebody close by gets hurt.

Store Guns Unloaded

If you have guns in your home, it is essential that you store them in a safe place, unloaded, so that children or other members of your household can’t get to them. This will keep everyone safe and ensure there is no improper handling of the products.


Store Guns and Ammo Separately

Guns and ammo should be stored separately for a few reasons. First, it prevents unauthorized use of firearms from others who might have access. Additionally, it is important to comply with storage laws which state that guns and ammo must be separated to avoid a critical accident.

Practice Using the Weapon Safely

There are quite a few practices for using a weapon safely that you should be aware of. A few of them include wearing eye and ear protection when shooting, having your guns serviced regularly, and learning the different mechanics of the particular gun you use.

PE Shows, LLC is committed to safe practices with guns and gun accessories. You should always be aware of the weapon in front of you and know how to handle your gun to avoid dangerous situations and incidents. Learn about our CCW class here.