posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 03:37 PM
reply to post by Hoosierdaddy71
"Bucket of water", okay I understand that. A old friend from back in the day, his daughter drowned in a kiddy pool in florida with only 6inches of
water. The entire family was distraught over that. But his GF was also a heavy drug addict.
Question for you? Are you 100% sure that your kid(s) have no way to reach it, even with their gun safety training? Kid still do have a imagination,
and it is flawed without pure logic. Just asking. I remember I broke into my dad's safe that was "unbreakable" back in the day with nothing more
than... I just knew how a lock works.
He's a little story that shocked my dad and his friends:
I went to the local gun trade with my best friend and my dad's best friend. Both dad's bought guns and returned home. He had it locked into a case
with a certified Ruger lock. I told him that I could pick it and open it while we were sitting at the kitchen table. Both dad's laughed and ignored
me. I took a few paperclips and another item, couple of twist, pop! it was open.
Now I must have been 9-10 years old but have been shooting and hunting since I was six with a few years in gun safety. I grabbed the gun, discharged
the clip, pulled back the slide to make sure it the chamber was empty. The noise of that caught their attention. They were dumbfounded how I did
that. BTW, It was locked in a case, OUT OF REACH?!
After that my dad spent a few $1,000 on the best gun safe on the market.
Motto: just takes once.
edit on 18-1-2014 by AK907ICECOLD because: (no reason given)