Posted 18 December 2010 - 11:09 AM
Guns and kids are a tough combo. I've taken the train him and let him shoot to get rid of curiosity approach. It's been very effective! He doesn't have access to the guns- but that is more for worry his buddies who don't have gun training may influence him if we're not home.
As with all dangerous household tools, with proper training and preparation you can own guns quite safely.
Kids can maim and kill themselves with band saws and other power tools, too. But not a lot people keep them locked in safes.....
Yup, you got it!!!
And yes, I had my kids learning power tools, hand tools, etc esp as they were girls and I refused to let them not know how to..........
Had them out on jobs I was doing, esp new tract housing so they could see from the ground up, least have the skeleton in their minds......
Now, I shoulda taught them ladders as my middle one is still dealing with a broken arm from a accident a few years back.
I said it wrong, dealing with a newly found wasp nest while on a ladder.
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