Lately there have been too many Negligent Discharges that result in Death or great bodily harm. My question to all of you on NWF is: 1- How many of you know the 4 universal laws of firearm safety well enough to recite them at any given time? 2- Do you follow them? 3- Do you correct others who you see violate these laws? I realize that there are at least 2 versions of this law out there, but regardless of which you follow, please respond back honestly with a "yes, yes, yes", a "yes, yes, no" or what ever fits your current status in regard of these 3 questions. If you are a NO on any of these, make a public statement here, dont be ashamed, but decide publicly that you are going to change any unsafe attitudes. Here are the 4 laws as I have learned them. 1- Treat every weapon as if it were loaded. 2- Never point the muzzle at anything your not willing to destroy. 3- Keep your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard until you are ready to fire. 4- Know your target and what lies beyond your target. I believe Negligent Discharges are 100% operator error, and if everyone would follow these laws, I believe these tragedies would come to an end.