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Offline Keith

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Gun Safes and Safety
« on: June 23, 2013, 09:14:08 AM »
Keeping guns in the home is a big responsibility. Gun safety is a top priority for most people. It is most important for families who have children in the home. It doesn’t matter how old the children are, guns should be safely stored when not in use. Most people pride themselves in teaching their children safe gun handling techniques. That is great, and it’s an important part of properly teaching young people about firearms. Unfortunately, even responsible children may have friends who get into trouble. A gun safe is a great way to make sure neighborhood kids aren’t making bad decisions. Keeping guns locked up teaches young children about the dangers of deadly weapons. Getting a fire resistant gun safe is a great way to show children how to be responsible with firearms. A gun safe also helps to demonstrate how dangerous firearms are. Kids will begin to understand the great responsibility required of gun owners. Fire resistant gun safes at are a great choice for any family. For most parents, it may be impossible to watch kids and teenagers 24 hours a day. A gun safe is a great way to protect children from irresponsible, dangerous friends. Neighborhood kids may try to find weapons in a friend’s home. If guns aren’t used regularly, it may take weeks or months until a person discovers that a weapon is missing. A good safe will keep a firearm from falling into inexperienced, curious hands too. Keeping guns locked up is important for keeping everybody safe

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Re: Gun Safes and Safety
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2013, 08:20:18 PM »
Great post Keith! We have multiple firearms and they are all readily accessible to us while also being safely locked in safe's..

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Re: Gun Safes and Safety
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2013, 08:53:16 PM »
we have the best kids safe possible... my wife will not let me have a gun!!!  she in inhibiting my rights... guess i will have to deal with just the ones in the Army.


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