Lessons Learned from Years with Pistols

Firearms Safety Tips for Households with Kids Over thirty percent of homes in the US have guns. If you own a firearm and there are kids in your house, it is important to talk to them about the dangers involved, and what they must do when they find a gun. First, always keep the weapon out of sight and out of reach. The second rule is, keep the gun locked and unloaded, and store the ammunition in a separate place. Play and Guns Whether or not you allow your kids to play with toy guns is your personal choice, and it is also you decision how you must respond to their shooting action while playing. Keep in mind that while you may not allow your children to play toy guns, that does not mean they friends won’t. You need to explain to the kids that real guns can seriously injure or even kill people. There are three things you need to tell your children to do when they come across a gun – stop whatever they are doing, leave the area and call an adult. It is very important for the child to actually leave the area to avoid getting harmed by another child who probably does not know that he should’t touch he gun. A three-year-old child is already capable of pulling a trigger.
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Many kids grow up in homes with guns, especially when their parents are hunting aficionados. If you have a gun in your house, you should take the time to educate your kids about how to stay safe and act responsibly around it. And remember these family safety rules: 1. Empty the gun of ammunition. 2. Make sure the gun is locked and put it in a place your kids cannot reach (hiding is not enough). 3. Make sure the ammunition is locked and store it in a separate place. 4. Store the gun and ammunition keys away from your household keys, and keep them out of the kids’ reach. 5. Lock up your gun-cleaning products too because they are usually poisonous. 6. Do not leave the gun unattended even for a few minutes while cleaning it. If you intend to dispose of a gun you own or have found one in your home, contact your local police, not 911 or any emergency service. Laws differ from state to state, but often, cops will investigate if the firearm has criminal involvement, and then they will destroy it. Another disposal option is a program that takes unwanted guns to a particular place where they will be made unusable. Contact your local police to know if there is such a program in your community.


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