S.a.f.t Resources

Four Rules of Firearms Safety

  • Treat all firearms as LOADED, Always
  • Never muzzle anything you are not willing to destroy.
  • Keep your finger off the trigger and on the frame, unless you are on target and on sights.
  • Be aware of your target and what is before it and what is beyond it.

Basics of iron sights

  • Alignment *Proper Sight Alignment is placing the center tip of the front sight post in the exact center of the rear aperture.

    *The front sight is equally aligned with the rear sight. With equal distance on both sides of the front sight and the top of the front sight is flush with the top of the rear sight.

Color Code of Awareness

Three A’s – Awareness, Avoidance, Assertiveness

Color Code of Awareness

  • White – Oblivious
  • Yellow – Relaxed and Alert
  • Orange – Responding to a Potential Threat
  • Red – Responding to a Confirmed Threat
  • Black – Taking Action

NE State Patrol CHP Appt/renewals/more

Go here for more info and to schedule an appointment to apply for your permit, renewals and more

Concealed Carry Permit Test

  • FBI – Q
  • Each evolution will be two shots from the Holster with concealment
  • 3 pairs (6 Rounds) from 21 feet– No Time Limit
  • 3 pairs (6 Rounds) from 15 feet– No Time Limit
  • 6 pairs (12 Rounds) from 9 feet– No Time Limit
  • 3 pairs (6 Rounds) from 3 feet– No Time Limit
  • All shots in side target outline

CCW Reciprocity Map -

Click here for the USCCA Concealed Carry Reciprocity map

Diligence is the mother of good fortune.”
― Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

Happy Thanksgiving

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Article – Weighing the Options: Concealed Handgun Permit vs. Constitutional Carry in Nebraska

Weighing the Options: Concealed Handgun Permit vs. Constitutional Carry in Nebraska Nebraska offers two options for individuals seeking to legally carry firearms: obtaining a concealed handgun permit (CHP) or exercising the right to constitutional carry. Both...

Free Personal Armor Youth Safety Primer

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Article – Low light, red sights, and Tom Givens’ Glock 35

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Personal Armor youth camp

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Review [Mantis Blackbeard X]

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Article – Understanding Pistol Actions

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Review -30 Super Carry

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