We have discussed the possible negative consequences of an accident with a handgun extensively in this course. So far our primary focus has been on the steps we can take to eliminate the actions we take when we have physical control over our handgun.
At some time, however, we are all going to have to accept that we won’t always have physical control over our guns. Sometime we are going to need to sleep, or shower, or engage in some other activity where we won’t actually have our gun on our body.
In that situation we need to have a plan and have the tools to ensure that others who shouldn’t have access to our guns don’t have access to our guns.
This module is all about those times. You will learn about why storage and staging are important, what storage and staging have in common and the differences, and how you can properly store and stage your defensive handgun.