It is each member’s responsibility for shooting safely. If you see something, say something. If you’re hunting, merely stating “safety on?” after someone shoots, is good common sense. Correcting a newcomer at any range will create safer surroundings for all. Be nice, we all were new to shooting sports at one time. Helping another shooter practice safe firearm procedures is win-win. This is OUR Club, therefore ALL member’s need to be aware of their surroundings, whether eating, shooting or walking to their vehicle. If you’re new to firearms, please ask for assistance, someone is always happy to help.
Remember, there is no “ego” in safety. A smart shooter is always learning. A “know it all” is usually the one to do something stupid, with a lame excuse that can never undo an unsafe act. We are all human and we will make mistakes, but if we watch out for each other, we can prevent mistakes from happening.
Safety never sleeps.