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If you had small children in the home, you sure would keep guns under lock and key. It'd be irresponsible not to do so.

I grew up in a home with about 6 or 7 rifles, all kept in a gun cabinet. One of those decorative kinds, a display case more than anything else. Maybe only the 12 gauge was kept loaded. It was "locked" but I always knew where the key was, right on top. I was taught from the get go, DO NOT TOUCH. And I didn't.

A couple times my father and brother took me out in the woods while they shot tin cans. I didn't like the loud noise. So guns never did interest me, their was no mystery.

That's the responsible thing to do.

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