Children and guns is a controversial topic. As responsible firearms owners, it’s imperative that we teach any children in our home about firearms safety. It’s also imperative that we store our guns securely. Rob Pincus is often asked three questions: when is it appropriate to teach kids about guns, when is it time to teach them how to shoot, and when should kids be instructed about the defensive nature of the firearms in the home? Here’s what Rob has to say about self-defense for children and teaching kids about guns.
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