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  • robertc1024

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    Exactly. What idiots have guns and ammo unsecured around 10 year olds? Glad it seems the girl will be ok.
     

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    Exactly. What idiots have guns and ammo unsecured around 10 year olds? Glad it seems the girl will be ok.

    There are people who have argued with me in CHL classes and will argue on forums that they don't need to lock their guns up because their kids "know better" or have been around guns and have been drilled, questioned, tested, etc. Or they argue that the gun is stored "too high" or hidden too well for their kids to get them.

    It is tragic, irresponsible and criminal.
     

    robertc1024

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    There are people who have argued with me in CHL classes and will argue on forums that they don't need to lock their guns up because their kids "know better" or have been around guns and have been drilled, questioned, tested, etc. Or they argue that the gun is stored "too high" or hidden too well for their kids to get them.

    It is tragic, irresponsible and criminal.

    Wow, idjits are everywhere. As soon as my daughter was born, I got a safe. When she started having friends over for sleepovers, and when she went to them, my better half and I flat out asked the parents where she was staying if they had guns and are they secured. We volunteered the information.

    I'm glad it is criminal.
     

    mosin

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    There are people who have argued with me in CHL classes and will argue on forums that they don't need to lock their guns up because their kids "know better" or have been around guns and have been drilled, questioned, tested, etc. Or they argue that the gun is stored "too high" or hidden too well for their kids to get them.

    It is tragic, irresponsible and criminal.

    pretty sure I even recall that arugment being played out on here before.

    I'm paranoid as hell about what I'm going to do with the AR. Not a lot of options to keep it bedside and locked up like a pistol. Chamber empty, bolt closed, and safety on is how it is stored currently. That should be fine for a bit but is a long ways from being as safe as i'd like with young kids running around in the future.
     
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