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    Where can I find a link for the 4 safety fire arm rules in the Korean language?

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    This might help.

    http://ko.gun-shots.net/firearm-gun-safety.shtml

    There's a little "pick a language" button on the top of the page. Found it via google. Disclaimer,I don't knowif that's actually a recipe for chicken or gun safety rules, as I don't speak/read korean.

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    That's not korean...

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    http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt

    All guns are loaded until they aren't.

    λͺ¨λ“* 총은 이지 μ•Šμ„ λ•ŒκΉŒμ§€ μ*μž¬λœλ‹€.

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    AWDstylez wrote:
    This is in Japanese. Most Koreans may not appreciate that. They may be able to read it, but it may insult them.

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    phone guy wrote:
    Where can I find a link for the 4 safety fire arm rules in the Korean language?

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    If you're sending it to Korea, they probably have it translated already, but most likely they aren't allowed to own personal firearms..

    If the korean is living in the U.S. then they need to learn english, there's more to reinforce their safe gun ownership and usage than the 10 basic rules of gun safety...10 that is not 4 !

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    Carnivore wrote:
    phone guy wrote:
    Where can I find a link for the 4 safety fire arm rules in the Korean language?

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    If you're sending it to Korea, they probably have it translated already, but most likely they aren't allowed to own personal firearms..

    If the korean is living in the U.S. then they need to learn english, there's more to reinforce their safe gun ownership and usage than the 10 basic rules of gun safety...10 that is not 4 !
    AMEN to that! However, since I don't know what circumstances the OP is referring to, I'm not going to let loose with my "learn the language" tirade.

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
    http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt

    All guns are loaded until they aren't.

    λͺ¨λ“* 총은 이지 μ•Šμ„ λ•ŒκΉŒμ§€ μ*μž¬λœλ‹€.
    Babelfish is a pretty bad way to translate. The easiest way to demonstrate this is to use it to translate something, then try to get it to translate back. Often times it won't work so well because of the differing grammar structures.

    This will require someone who knows both languages.
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    Thanks everyone. Next weekend I will be taking a couple (Korean speaking with a little English) with me to target practice. One is former Korean military and is familiar with the M 16 platform. His wife speaks good English but he doesn't. I am making sure everyone will be safe.

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