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Gun Policy News


9 February 2005

Seattle Times

Keeping guns unloaded and locked up can go a long way toward protecting children against accidental injury or suicide, Seattle researchers say. In a study of nearly 600 households, the scientists found about a 70 percent reduction in the risk of such injuries or suicide if guns were locked or kept unloaded. Locking up ammunition and storing it separately from the gun also lowered the risk by 61 percent and 55 percent, respectively. "Gun owners need to take only... (

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