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Treat EVERY gun as if it's loaded.... AT ALL TIMES!

Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction!

NEVER point your firearm at anything that you don't intend to shoot!

Keep your finger off the trigger and out of the trigger guard until you're aiming at your target and ready to shoot!

Always keep the safety in the "SAFE" position, especially when the firearm is loaded and cocked, until you're ready to fire!

Always keep and carry your firearm with an empty chamber until you intend to shoot, so that your firearm cannot be fired unintentionally. 

Be sure of your target and backstop before you shoot.

Never shoot at hard, flat surfaces or water, bullets can ricochet.

ALWAYS wear hearing and eye protection when shooting.

Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead, a substance known to be associated with birth defects, reproductive harm, and other serious injury.

Be sure your barrel is clear of obstruction, before shooting.

Use ONLY high quality factory ammunition in good condition.

Do not alter or modify your firearm.

Do not try to change your firearms trigger pull, because alterations of trigger pull can affect sear engagement and might cause accidental discharge.

Store firearms and ammunition separately, and beyond children's reach.

Owners Manual & Operating Procedures

In Guns We Trust LLC                                            Owner's Manual & Operating ProceduresTable of Contents:[1] Unloading and Clearing Your Rifle.[2]  Loading and Firing Your Rifle.[3] Disassembly Instructions.[4] Basic Care and Maintenance.       I. Upper Maintenance.    [...]

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5R Rifling

Some of the buzz in Rifledom this year involves what is called 5R rifling. As the name implies, it features five lands and five grooves (traditional rifling has had as few as two grooves and as many as 16, with the more common numbers being 4 and 6).Barrett "Boots" Obermeyer developed 5R rifling. He is [...]

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Clearing the 223 WYLDE Confusion

Clearing the Caliber Confusion: .223 Wylde vs. 5.56 NATOPosted on September 16, 2016 by AWCThough they share identical case dimensions, the .223 Remington and 5.56 NATO are slightly different—and the .223 Wylde makes the most of both of these loads.Brad FitzpatrickThe 5.56×45 NATO broke cover in 1957 as a military cartridge, and since that time [...]

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Limited Lifetime Warranty

ALL custom built AR15 firearms by IN GUNS WE TRUST LLC are covered by a one year warranty against defect in parts and workmanship. This warranty shall apply to any rifle/pistol that is NOT MODIFIED in any way except for work done by IN GUNS WE TRUST LLC. All rifle/pistols that have any parts removed [...]

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