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Old 06-20-2012, 07:54 PM   #11
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Here's a simple lil thing..if you have a semi auto pistol,just replace the main spring with a stiffer one,leave the chamber empty,keep the gun high..that's what I did till I got a gun cabinet.

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Old 06-20-2012, 08:18 PM   #12
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I have a three year old that loves my AR. And I leave my AR right by the bed day and night with a loaded mag but an empty chamber.
I feel safe with her around it because she isnt strong enough to charge it.

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Old 06-21-2012, 01:39 AM   #13
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I have a three year old that loves my AR. And I leave my AR right by the bed day and night with a loaded mag but an empty chamber.
I feel safe with her around it because she isnt strong enough to charge it.
You can't be serious! That is the dumbest reason I have ever heard. One time to forget to check for clear and you will be in jail with a lifetime of guilt.
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I have a three year old that loves my AR. And I leave my AR right by the bed day and night with a loaded mag but an empty chamber.
I feel safe with her around it because she isnt strong enough to charge it.
i have to agree. that's just asking for trouble and IMO, very irresponsable. what happens if that child were to somehow get it charged and either they get hurt or killed, or someone else. you need to secure that firearm with a lock or in a safe before something really bad happens.
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Omg guys come on.. im not that dumb I was stirring the pot a lil

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i have to agree. that's just asking for trouble and IMO, very irresponsable. what happens if that child were to somehow get it charged and either they get hurt or killed, or someone else. you need to secure that firearm with a lock or in a safe before something really bad happens.
Or at least just take the mag out!
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You should put them in a safe but if you want a pistol close at hand try a gun vault.

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Omg guys come on.. im not that dumb I was stirring the pot a lil
sorry, didn't see any humor in such a statement.

many, many members here take firearm safety and how it relates to children very seriously. again, i fail to see where your statement was funny.
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You should put them in a safe but if you want a pistol close at hand try a gun vault.
Do u think under a stressful situation u could get one of those open fast enough?
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sorry, didn't see any humor in such a statement.

many, many members here take firearm safety and how it relates to children very seriously. again, i fail to see where your statement was funny.
hays yeah im messing I love my babies to much to loose them
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