Keep The Muzzle Pointed In A Safe Direction
This is the most basic safety rule. Don’t ever point a gun! At anything you do not intend to shoot that is. Though it is basic and simple, it isn’t always done. If this rule were followed at all times, there would be very few firearms accidents! Keep in mind the following safety precautions:
Make it a habit to know exactly where the muzzle of your gun is pointing at all times. Never point a gun. Be sure that you are in control of the direction in which the muzzle is pointing, even if you fall or stumble. This is your responsibility, and only you can control it.
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Started in 2009 by Tom and Sabra Smith with the idea of central Oklahoma needing a knowledgeable, professional, and courteous training environment for the Oklahoma Concealed Carry Class.
In April of 2012, Stillwater Armory had grown so much, it moved into their current location at Koby Plaza in Stillwater. The move allowed the products and services to grow and for the training to become current and advanced.
While we are a business, our focus is using our platform to help people and be the hands of God in the Stillwater area.
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Lead Instructor, D. Cass Smith is a US Army Pistol and Rifle Expert.
He entered active duty in 1989 as an M1 Abrams Tank Crewman. Training with both the M9 and the 1911A1 pistols as his primary weapons, he never failed to qualify expert with his pistol his entire enlistment serving in Europe during the Cold War to a Unit Training Specialist at Ft. Polk, LA.
Smith saw combat in 1990-1991 during the Gulf War in Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
After leaving active duty, Smith entered the US Army Reserve as a Drill Instructor. Later, he transferred to the Oklahoma Army National Guard where he served as a Unit Small Arms Marksmanship Coach.