Keep Guns Away From Children
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By having this drawer unlocked, your child can go into it and take out your gun you have in it.
Lets see what is in this drawer since it is unlocked.
Always remember to lock your guns in a safe place. If not, your child may be able to get to it.
I wonder what is in this drawer, but I can not get into it since it is locked.
Never leave a gun out in the open. Always have it locked up.
What is this? I have never seen it before. Lets see what it can do.
From December 2012 to December 2013, at least 100 children were killed in unintentional shootings, almost two each week, from guns being left in unlocked spaces and being loaded. (http://everytownresearch.org/reports/innocents_lost/)
By having the drawer locked, it can prevent your child from being curious and getting the gun you have locked up. More than two-thirds of these tragedies could be avoided if gun owners stored their guns responsibly and prevented children from accessing them. (http://everytownresearch.org/reports/innocents_lost/)
Even just leaving a gun out, your child can walk into your room and grab it. Children are curious when new objects arrive. NEVER leave a gun out in the open. Always have it locked up and not loaded.
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