With many school districts delaying the start of in-person learning and exploring virtual learning options, more children than ever are at home and looking for things to do. Now is the time to assess and discuss gun safety in your home. Make sure that loaded weapons are kept out of the reach of children, and start an open dialogue about firearms.
For older children and less experienced spouses, be sure to fit in time at the range so that everyone can become familiar with the firearms that you keep in the house. Adults in the household should also have . . .
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