The coronavirus pandemic has inspired grassroots efforts to promote safe gun storage.
Even in small-town Ohio, keeping students safe requires constant vigilance — and special attention to the risks posed by firearms.
A new survey finds that California gun owners are only half as likely to store their firearms loaded and unlocked as the average American gun owner.
A majority of gun owners support laws that would hold them liable if their weapons got into the wrong hands, but surveys show only a minority actually store their weapons locked and unloaded.
A Man Went on a Deadly Rampage With a Stolen Gun at an Oregon Mall. His Victims’ Families Are Now Pushing for a Safe-Storage Law.
A proposed ballot initiative in the Beaver State would require gun owners to lock up their weapons — and be liable if their unsecured firearms are stolen and used to harm others.
The finding comes as the NRA is endorsing state bills to make licensing and instruction optional for concealed carriers.
Children have a hard time keeping their hands off, even if they have received the NRA’s 'Eddie Eagle' training.
Lisa Monroe says Eddie Eagle was never intended to be a substitute for safe storage laws.
"When a child sustains this type of injury, the amount of damage is increased exponentially.”
Another 30 were shot but survived. In most cases, someone in their own family pulled the trigger.
Drivers who transport unsecured firearms introduce dangerous risks, especially when a curious child is in tow.
A new study concludes that intervention efforts that give participants equipment to properly store their firearms show the most promise.