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US Patent No.:  D658,738 issued May 1, 2012

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Finger Guide

Finger Guide a proven method of Firearm Training and Safety.

Whether you are a new gun enthusiast, an old pro or a dedicated firearms instructor, the “Finger Guide” is a valuable addition to your safety training and developing sound safety habits!

Many shooters can have trouble remembering the cardinal rules of gun safety, “keep your finger off the trigger” & "point in a safe direction". Following these simple safety rules is crucial to keeping yourself and others safe!

Using our patented “Finger Guide” serves as a constant reminder to safe firearm handling. - It works consistently on pistols, rifles and shotguns!

The cushiony soft, easy to apply foam “Finger Guide” doesn't hurt your gun's finish and serves as a constant  reminder, to keep your finger off and away from the trigger.

Economically priced so you can apply “Finger Guide” to every gun, left or right side, even those kept in holsters.

“Finger Guide” is your visible reminder to consistent gun safety!

Proudly serving the Firearm Industry: Safety Instructors, Gun Owners, Military, Law Enforcement, Gun Organizations, Firearm Manufacturers,  and Sporting Goods Stores.

Never before has an invention changed the mindset and influenced an industry in such the way Finger Guide has with FIREARM SAFETY.

Trigger Finger Awareness Campaign

Free Firearm Safety Packets with Finger Guide’s

Firearm Safety Attachment.

Available at sponsors outlets.

Stick to your guns, aim for gun safety

3 Finger Guide Strips will equip up to 12 guns. A 11/16” strip is all is needed, just enough for the trigger finger tip to touch and feel.

3 Finger Guide Strips $6.00 plus S&H 12 Gun Pack

Finger Guide’s intent and goals

• to increase participation in safe and responsible firearm handling

• to further develop the quality and delivery of firearm education

• to enhance professional skills and standing of Firearm Instructors

• to improve the image of Firearms

• to strengthen the leadership of our safety attachment, Finger Guide