5 Steps for Better Gun Store Security

Firearms compliance and security expert Bill Napier is a consultant with the National Shooting Sports Foundation and takes us under the hood of Operation Secure Store.

5 Steps for Better Gun Store Security

Those long racks of guns on display are a tempting target for thieves. It goes without saying that you should lock them up during non-business hours. Gun thefts come with a long set of problems and hassles. (Photo by Bill Konway)

Most days — especially these days — you’re probably too busy to even take notice, but as the owner of an independent hunting/shooting sports retail store, you wear many hats. Quite possibly, you wear all the hats on the rack when it comes to managing your store. You are the general manager, the HR manager, the PR manager and the advertising manager. And oh, by the way, you’re also responsible for safety, security and risk management for your building, business, inventory...

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