Northern News : March 21st 2012
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A hunter has been charged with careless use of a firearm causing death after he shot his hunting companion on a property near Wanaka last December. New Zealand Moun- tain Safety Council firearms and hunter training manager Mike Spray believes a head lamp worn by the victim may have been mistaken for the eye of a deer. This tragic death highlights the need for hunters to take extra care when shooting at night,'' he says. You must take the time to positively ident- ify your target beyond all doubt before pulling the trigger. There have been eight deer hunter deaths in the past 10 years. All of these incidents could have been avoided if hunters had followed the seven basic rules of firearms safety.'' In six of the eight deaths this past decade, the shooter and the vic- tim were in the same hunting party, starting out together but for some reason became separated. Mr Spray emphasises the need for hunters who lose visual contact with a hunting companion, to cease hunting immedi- ately until visual contact has been regained and confirmed. Wearing coloured clothing that contrasts with the environment can help hunters be seen by other hunters,'' he says. However, ultimately the responsibility of tar- get identification lies in the hands of the shooter.'' FIREARMS SAFETY CODE: SEVEN BASIC RULES 1 Treat every firearm as loaded: Check every firearm yourself. Pass or accept only an open or unloaded firearm 2 Always point firearms in a safe direction: Loaded or unloaded, always point the muzzle in a safe direction 3 Load a firearm only when ready to fire: Load the magazine only after you reach your shooting area. Load the chamber only when ready to shoot. Completely unload before leaving the shooting area 4Identify your target beyond all doubt: Movement, colour, sound and shape can all deceive you. Assume colour, shape, sound, and shape to be human until proved otherwise 5 Check your firing zone: Think what may happen if you miss your target? What might you hit between you and the target or beyond? Do not fire if you know others are in your firing zone 6 Store firearms and ammunition safely: When not in use, lock away the bolt, firearm and ammunition separately. Never leave firearms in a vehicle that is unattended 7 Avoid alcohol and drugs when handling firearms: Good judgment is the key to safe use of firearms.
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