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Are Your Guns Truly Inaccessible to Your Kids?

Act 2: Parents discover their guns at home may not be hidden well or out of reach from their children.
01/31/2014

Transcript for Are Your Guns Truly Inaccessible to Your Kids?

Ask your doctor about Nexium. We're back reporting. All across America one in three neighbors on average has guns and a lot of parents trying to hide them. I keep it in a closet far, far back, where... See More
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