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How to shoot a Ruger rifle The rifle that Im going to explain how to shoot is the Ruger M7 Bolt-action 243 Shooting can be fun and relaxing but first you need to become familiar with your firearm Once familiar you can learn safety and finally get to the fun part of actually how to shoot To become familiar with your rifle is straightforward and simple There is the stock which is usually made out of wood but fiberglass is now becoming more popular The stock is what your shoulder supports when aiming and firing Next is the barrel which is about eighteen inches in length The bolt is the metal cylinder with a metal grip coming out at about a 125-degree angle The trigger is under the bolt and you should always be careful that nothing knocks against it The most important part of the rifle is the safety Its a small switch on the top part of the stock Maker sure you can see the S on the safety to insure that the safety is on Safety is always a critical part of shooting Always wear eye and ear protection of some sort especially when at a shooting range Using eye and ear protection will insure that you dont damage your ears from the extremely loud noise of shooting and protect your eyes from ejecting shells and backblast Eye and ear protection can be rented or bought from any shooting range or sports store like Jumbo Sports or Wal-Mart Never point the rifle at anybody A firearm no matter what is always treated as if it were loaded Every year people are shot and killed because they thought the gun was p2 unloaded Check to see if the rifle is actually loaded Do this by pushing up the bolt lever dont be gentle and pull it back with just as much force Close the bolt and open it again
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