So... not sure if this is a good thing to post here or not. If not, let's have Chris or Vicky trash this thread asap...
Give me some safety tips for having a benelli super black eagle at my bedside.
I have the action open, the safety is OFF. I have shells in the nightstand.
The gun is standing upright between the nightstand and the bed. It is EMPTY.
I need to make sure of the "buttons" for the action... I can pull the action open with the traditional lever.
I see I can make the gun safe, apparently, by pushing the safety near the trigger back up into the gun.
It APPEARS that the round button that's near your hand when you open the action EITHER closes the action or makes the gun unsafe?? This is my question.
I want to make sure that I can make it unsafe as quickly as possible if and when I would need it.
So if you could please decipher the various buttons. And anything else I need to know about gun safety in a house (no kids, just dogs). I think the action open, gun empty and safety off is adequately safe for HERE and would allow me to put it to quick use with minimal fuss if needed.
Let me know what you think and any advise you have.