BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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Note: PC 12031(d)(5) allows a guard with a firearm permit and in uniform to carry a loaded firearm while in direct route to and from their residence and place of employment or to employer-required range training. A guard may not make any stops while in route. 

6. Suggested eye and ear protective equipment

If the range instructor does not provide ear and eye protection or if there is a 
rental charge, students should be informed prior to range instruction. 

I. Ear Protection 
a. Hearing loss due to firearms discharge is permanent and cumulative. 
b. Students should wear ear protection when shooting. 
c. Ear protection is designed to reduce the effect of ear damaging sound waves produced by gunshots. It will not eliminate all noise. 
d. Students must be able to clearly hear all range commands. 
e. Hearing impaired students must be provided with effective alternative method of communications. 

II. Eye Protection 
a. Firearm and ammunition systems work at very high pressures, creating hot, high velocity gases and fast moving particles. 
b. When there is a failure in the system, the gas and propelled particles of primer, case, powder or gun, can cause severe injury. 

c. Prevent eye injury by wearing eye protection when shooting. 
d. Wear only protective lenses or prescription glasses with SAFETY lenses. 

7. Inspection, Cleaning and Maintenance 
a. General Information 

When properly maintained, a firearm can be expected to function properly. The firearm should be inspected periodically to determine whether or not it is in good working condition. It should be inspected before and after shooting and should be cleaned after shooting. During cleaning, the firearm should be thoroughly inspected. 

b. Inspection 

1. Revolver 
a. Screws 


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