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    I've been thinking of getting a cwp and a gun; but I worry with my 2 small grandchildren around.

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    Better get one soon.
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    If you get a gun and keep it on your person all the time under your control you should not have a safety issue. I wouldn't leave it in a purse or sitting around unsecured though. If you don't want or can't keep it holstered in some manner on your person all the time, get a quick release gun safe.
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    i have three ganddaughters and have never had a problem. just practice good weapon safety and control and you should be fine. my kids grew up w/weapons in the house and i taught them proper use and handling of weapons and the weapons were NEVER left unsecured....ever.
    Hillbilly proud.... you have a problem with that?

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    Serpa Blackhawk holsters cover trigger and aren't too easy to remove gun. Take a look and see if it would work in your situation.

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    As the redcoats approached their farm a young eight year old boy stood at the ready on the front porch with a musket that was quite a bit taller than he was.

    That boy was the son of a future President and later a president himself. His name was John Quincy Adams.

    I guess John Adams was too ignorant to keep his firearms in a safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by accidentalfelon View Post
    I guess John Adams was too ignorant to keep his firearms in a safe.
    I bet he would have had enough sense not to bring a gun to Chicago though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    I bet he would have had enough sense not to bring a gun to Chicago though
    That comment speaks volumes.

    Just what we need, 2nd amendment Benedict Arnolds.

    Please, step back in line and speak only when I've declared a first amendment zone for you. Lol

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    Get a small gun safe if you can't be carrying it in a proper holster on your person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrissy1963 View Post
    I've been thinking of getting a cwp and a gun; but I worry with my 2 small grandchildren around.
    Keep it holstered on your person or in a safe, learn and follow the basic rules of gun safety, and you'll be fine.
    If you do get one, shoot it enough to be comfortable with it. You might find practicing is even a lot of fun!
    Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.

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